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					UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                  Accounting
COLLEGE:                College of Business
DEPARTMENT:             Accounting
DEGREE:                 Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:                Dr. James Krause, Associate Professor /Chair
                        401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                        jkrause@ut.edu
                        (813) 253-3333 x3602

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements (see Table of Contents). Also complete as many of the lower-level
College of Business core courses as possible.

LOWER-LEVEL BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                            State Course Equivalent
ACC 202        Financial Accounting (3)                                       ACG 2011 or 2021
ACC 203        Managerial Accounting (3)                                      ACG 2071
ECO 204        Principles of Microeconomics (3)                               ECO 2023 or 1023
ECO 205        Principles of Macroeconomics (3)                               ECO 2013 or 1013
ITM 210        Managerial Statistics I (3)                                    STA 2014 or STA 2023 or QMB 2100
ITM 220        Information Technology (3)                                     ISM 3011
*SPE 200       Oral Communication (4) OR                                      SPC 1016, 1040, or 1600
*SPE 208       Speech for Business and the Professions (4)                    SPC 1062
*Can be used to fulfill General Distribution Requirements in Humanities/Fine Arts.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida public community college are admitted with junior standing. A maximum of 64
credits may be transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work
attempted at previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE ACCOUNTING MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR AN ACCOUNTING MAJOR (64 hours)
Lower-Level Business Core, 22 hours; Upper-Level Business Core, 15 hours; Accounting Courses,
27 hours.

UPPER-LEVEL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                               State Course Equivalent
MKT 300 Principles of Marketing (3)                                               MAR 3023
FIN 310      Financial Management (3)                                             FIN 3403
MGT 330 Principles of Management (3)                                              MAN 3025
ITM 361      Operations Management (3)                                            ISM 3431, MAN 3504
MGT 431 Practical Strategic Assessment (3)

ACCOUNTING MAJOR REQUIREMENTS
ACC 304          Cost Accounting (3)                                               ACG 3341
ACC 310          Intermediate Accounting I (3)                                     ACG 3103
ACC 311          Intermediate Accounting II (3)                                    ACG 3113
ACC 351          Accounting Information Systems (3)                                ACG 3401
ACC 352          Federal Tax Accounting I (3)                                      TAX 4001
ACC 401          Auditing and Attestation I (3)                                    ACG 4632
ACC 412          Intermediate Accounting III (3)                                   ACG 4123
MGT 221          Law and Society (3)                                               BUL 2111, 2241, or 3320

Select one of the following:
ACC 502                Auditing and Attestation II (3)                             ACG 4642
ACC 505                Advanced Financial Accounting (3)                           ACG 5205
ACC 530                Not-for-Profit Accounting (3)                               ACG 5501
ACC 553                Federal Tax Accounting II (3)
IBS 402/ACC 460 International Accounting (3)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                  Business Economics
COLLEGE:                College of Business
DEPARTMENT:             Finance and Economics
DEGREE:                 Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:                Dr. Brian Kench, Assistant Professor/Chair
                        401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                        bkench@ut.edu
                        (813) 253-3333 x3867

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements (see Table of Contents) at the community college. Also complete as
many of the lower-level College of Business core courses as possible.

LOWER-LEVEL BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                            State Course Equivalent
ACC 202          Financial Accounting (3)                                     ACG 2011 or 2021
ACC 203          Managerial Accounting (3)                                    ACG 2071
ECO 204          Principles of Microeconomics (3)                             ECO 2023 or 1023
ECO 205          Principles of Macroeconomics (3)                             ECO 2013 or 1013
ITM 210          Managerial Statistics I (3)                                  STA 2014 or STA 2023 or QMB 2100
ITM 220          Information Technology (3)                                   ISM 3011
*SPE 200         Oral Communication (4) OR                                    SPC 1016, 1040, or 1600
*SPE 208         Speech for Business and the Professions (4)                  SPC 1062
*Can be used to fulfill General Distribution Requirements in Humanities/Fine Arts.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida public community college are admitted with junior standing. A maximum of 64
credits may be transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work
attempted at previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE ECONOMICS MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR AN ECONOMICS MAJOR (58 hours)
Lower-Level Business Core, 22 hrs; Upper-Level Business Core, 18 hours; Economics Courses, 18 hours

UPPER-LEVEL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                            State Course Equivalent
MKT 300         Principles of Marketing (3)                                    MAR 3023
FIN 310         Financial Management (3)                                       FIN 3403
MGT 330         Principles of Management (3)                                   MAN 3025
MGT 335         Societal Issues in Business (3)
ITM 361         Operations Management (3)                                      ISM 3431, MAN 3504
MGT 431         Practical Strategic Assessment (3)

ECONOMICS MAJOR REQUIRED COURSES

ECO 320          Managerial Economics (3)                                      ECO 3100
ECO 321          Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis (3)                       ECO 3203
ECO 461          Seminar in Economics (3)

Select three of the following:
ECO 300                Labor Economics (3)                                     ECP 3203
ECO 420                Public Finance (3)                                      ECO 4504
IBS 403/ECO 430 International Economics and Finance (3)                        ECO 3703
IBS 404/ECO 450 Economic Development (3)                                       ECS 3013
FIN 470                Financial Markets, Institutions and Money (3)           FIN 4303




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                 Management Information Systems
COLLEGE:               College of Business
DEPARTMENT:            Information and Technology Management
DEGREE:                Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:               Dr. Harold Webb, Associate Professor/Chair
                       401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                       hwebb@ut.edu
                       (813) 253-3333 x3967

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements at the community college. Also complete as many of the lower-level
College of Business core courses as possible.
LOWER-LEVEL BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                            State Course Equivalent
ACC 202          Financial Accounting (3)                                     ACG 2011 or 2021
ACC 203          Managerial Accounting (3)                                    ACG 2071
ECO 204          Principles of Microeconomics (3)                             ECO 2023 or 1023
ECO 205          Principles of Macroeconomics (3)                             ECO 2013 or 1013
ITM 210          Managerial Statistics I (3)                                  STA 2014 or STA 2023 or QMB 2100
ITM 220          Information Technology (3)                                   ISM 3011
*SPE 200         Oral Communication (4) OR                                    SPC 1016, 1040, or 1600
*SPE 208         Speech for Business and the Professions (4)                  SPC 1062
*Can be used to fulfill General Distribution Requirements in Humanities/Fine Arts.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida public community college are admitted with junior standing. A maximum of 64
credits may be transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work
attempted at previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM MAJOR (71 hours)
Lower-Level Business Core, 22 hours; Upper-Level Business Core, 18 hours; ITM Courses, 31hours.

UPPER-LEVEL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                                State Course Equivalent
MKT 300         Principles of Marketing (3)                                        MAR 3023
FIN 310         Financial Management (3)                                           FIN 3403
MGT 330         Principles of Management (3)                                       MAN 3025
MGT 335         Societal Issues in Business (3)
ITM 361         Operations Management (3)                                          ISM 3431, MAN 3504
MGT 431         Practical Strategic Assessment (3)

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

MAT 225          Calculus for Business (4)                                         MAC 2233
ITM 251          Visual Basic (3)                                                  COP 2121, 2171, 1820
ITM 261          Web Programming (3)
ITM 280          Data Communication Systems (3)                                    ISM 4220
ITM 318          Systems Analysis and Design I (3)                                 ISM 3113
ITM 360          Advanced Programming (3)
ITM 408          Database Design and Administration (3)                            ISM 4212
ITM 419          Systems Analysis and Design II (3)

Select two (six credit hours) of the following:
ITM 330           Operating Systems (3)                                            ISM 3232
ITM 335           Software Applications for Microcomputers (3)
ITM 410           Network Management (3)
ITM 415           Business Intelligence Solutions (3)                              ISM 4400
ITM 416           Electronic Commerce (3)                                          ISM 4480
ITM 420           Information Systems in the Global Environment (3)                ISM 4382
ITM 430           Strategic Information Systems (3)
ITM 499          Independent Study in Management Information Systems (1-3)
ITM 495          Special Topics in Information Technology Management (3)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                  Entrepreneurship
COLLEGE:                College of Business
DEPARTMENT:             Management
DEGREE:                 Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:                Dr. Dianne Welsh, Professor/Distinguished Chair of Entrepreneurship
                        401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                        dwelsh@ut.edu
                        (813) 253-3333 x1760

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements at the community college. Also complete as many of the lower-level
College of Business core courses as possible.

LOWER-LEVEL BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                            State Course Equivalent
ACC 202          Financial Accounting (3)                                     ACG 2011 or 2021
ACC 203          Managerial Accounting (3)                                    ACG 2071
ECO 204          Principles of Microeconomics (3)                             ECO 2023 or 1023
ECO 205          Principles of Macroeconomics (3)                             ECO 2013 or 1013
ITM 210          Managerial Statistics I (3)                                  STA 2014 or STA 2023 or QMB 2100
ITM 220          Information Technology (3)                                   ISM 3011
*SPE 200         Oral Communication (4) OR                                    SPC 1016, 1040, or 1600
*SPE 208         Speech for Business and the Professions (4)                  SPC 1062
*Can be used to fulfill General Distribution Requirements in Humanities/Fine Arts.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida public community college are admitted with junior standing. A maximum of 64
credits may be transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work
attempted at previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE ENTREPRENEURSHIP MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR AN ENTREPRENEURSHIP MAJOR (64 hours)
Lower-Level Business Core, 22 hrs; Upper-Level Business Core, 18 hrs; Entrepreneurship Courses, 24 hours.

UPPER-LEVEL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                              State Course Equivalent
MKT 300         Principles of Marketing (3)                                        MAR 3023
FIN 310         Financial Management (3)                                         FIN 3403
MGT 330         Principles of Management (3)                                     MAN 3025
MGT 335         Societal Issues in Business (3)
ITM 361         Operations Management (3)                                        ISM 3431, MAN 3504
MGT 431         Practical Strategic Assessment (3)

ENTREPRENEURSHIP MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

MGT 389         Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Feasibility Analysis (3)
FIN 340         Entrepreneurial Finance (3)
MKT 360         Marketing Research (3)                                           MAR 3613
MGT 487         Managing the Growing Firm and Business Planning (3)

Select four of the following:
MGT 490              Internship (3)
MGT/IBS 486          International Entrepreneurship (3)
MGT 475              Real Estate Venturing (3)
MGT 488              Seminar in Entrepreneurship (3)
MGT 221              Law and Society (3)                                         BUL 2111, 2241, or 3320
MKT 352              Product Management and Services Marketing (3)
MKT 371              Personal Selling and Sales Management (3)                   MAR 4403
MKT 372              Retail and Distribution Management (3)                      MAR 4231
ACC 351              Accounting Information Systems (3)                          ACG 3401
ACC 352              Federal Tax Accounting I (3)                                TAX 4001
ACC 553              Federal Tax Accounting II (3)
ECO 320              Managerial Economics (3)                                    ECO 3100
FIN 470              Financial Markets, Institutions, and Money (3)              FIN 4303
IBS 399              The Art and Science of Negotiation (3)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                 Finance
COLLEGE:               College of Business
DEPARTMENT:            Finance and Economics
DEGREE:                Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:               Dr. Cheri Etling, Associate Professor/Chair
                       401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                       cetling@ut.edu
                       (813) 253-3333 x3303

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements at the community college. Also complete as many of the lower-level
College of Business core courses as possible.

LOWER-LEVEL BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                             State Course Equivalent
ACC 202         Financial Accounting (3)                                        ACG 2011 or 2021
ACC 203         Managerial Accounting (3)                                       ACG 2071
ECO 204          Principles of Microeconomics (3)                             ECO 2023 or 1023
ECO 205          Principles of Macroeconomics (3)                             ECO 2013 or 1013
ITM 210          Managerial Statistics I (3)                                  STA 2014 or STA 2023 or QMB 2100
ITM 220          Information Technology (3)                                   ISM 3011
*SPE 200         Oral Communication (4) OR                                    SPC 1016, 1040, or 1600
*SPE 208         Speech for Business and the Professions (4)                  SPC 1062
*Can be used to fulfill General Distribution Requirements in Humanities/Fine Arts.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida public community college are admitted with junior standing. A maximum of 64
credits may be transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work
attempted at previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE FINANCE MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A FINANCE MAJOR (58 hours)
Lower-Level Business Core, 22 hours; Upper-Level Business Core, 18 hours; Finance Courses, 18 hours.

UPPER-LEVEL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                                State Course Equivalent
MKT 300         Principles of Marketing (3)                                        MAR 3023
FIN 310         Financial Management (3)                                           FIN 3403
MGT 330         Principles of Management (3)                                       MAN 3025
MGT 335         Societal Issues in Business (3)
ITM 361         Operations Management (3)                                          ISM 3431, MAN 3504
MGT 431         Practical Strategic Assessment (3)

FINANCE MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

FIN 410              Intermediate Financial Management (3)                         FIN 4414
FIN 440              Investments (3)                                               FIN 4504
FIN 470              Financial Markets, Institutions, and Money (3)                FIN 4303
FIN 491              Financial Policies and Strategies (3)                         FIN 4443
IBS 405/FIN 425      International Financial Management (3)                        FIN 3604

Select one of the following:
ECO 321                Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis (3)                     ECO 3203
ECO 420                Public Finance (3)                                          ECO 4504
IBS 403/ECO 430 International Economics and Finance (3)                            ECO 3703
ACC 310                Intermediate Accounting I (3)                               ACG 3103
ACC 351                Accounting Information Systems (3)                          ACG 3401
IBS 402/ACC 460 International Accounting (3)
FIN 415                Applied Investment Management (3)                           FIN 4514




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                  Financial Services Operations and Systems
COLLEGE:                College of Business
DEPARTMENT:             Information and Technology Management
DEGREE:                 Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:                Dr. Harold Webb, Associate Professor/Chair
                        401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                        hwebb@ut.edu
                        (813) 253-3333 x3967

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements at the community college. Also complete as many of the lower-level
College of Business core courses as possible.

LOWER-LEVEL BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                            State Course Equivalent
ACC 202          Financial Accounting (3)                                     ACG 2011 or 2021
ACC 203          Managerial Accounting (3)                                    ACG 2071
ECO 204          Principles of Microeconomics (3)                             ECO 2023 or 1023
ECO 205          Principles of Macroeconomics (3)                             ECO 2013 or 1013
ITM 210          Managerial Statistics I (3)                                  STA 2014 or STA 2023 or QMB 2100
ITM 220          Information Technology (3)                                   ISM 3011
*SPE 200         Oral Communication (4) OR                                    SPC 1016, 1040, or 1600
*SPE 208         Speech for Business and the Professions (4)                  SPC 1062
*Can be used to fulfill General Distribution Requirements in Humanities/Fine Arts.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida public community college are admitted with junior standing. A maximum of 64
credits may be transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work
attempted at previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE FINANCIAL SERVICES OPERATIONS AND SYSTEMS MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A FINANCIAL SERVICES OPERATIONS AND SYSTEMS MAJOR (77 hours)
Lower-Level Business Core, 22 hours; Upper-Level Business Core, 15 hours; Additional Business Courses, 40 hours.

UPPER-LEVEL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                                State Course Equivalent
MKT 300         Principles of Marketing (3)                                        MAR 3023
FIN 310         Financial Management (3)                                           FIN 3403
MGT 330         Principles of Management (3)                                       MAN 3025
MGT 335         Societal Issues in Business (3)
MGT 431         Practical Strategic Assessment (3)

FINANCIAL SERVICES OPERATIONS AND SYSTEMS MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

MAT 225          Calculus for Business (4)                                         MAC 2233
ITM 251          Visual Basic (3)                                                  COP 2121, 2171, 1820
ITM 261          Web Programming (3)
ITM 280          Data Communication Systems (3)                                    ISM 4220
ITM 318         System Analysis and Design I (3)                              ISM 3113
ITM 350         Business Continuity and Risk Management (3)
ITM 360         Advanced Programming (3)
ITM 366         Financial Operations Management (3)
ITM 408         Database Design and Administration (3)                        ISM 4212
ITM 419         Systems Analysis and Design II (3)
ITM 466         Data Mining and Informatics (3)
FIN 470         Financial Markets, Institutions and Money (3)                 FIN 4303

Select three credit hours from the following:
ACC 351           Accounting Information Systems (3)                          ACG 3401
ECO 430           International Economics and Finance (3)                     ECO 3703
FIN 425           International Financial Management (3)
FIN 440           Investments (3)                                             FIN 4504
ITM 410           Network Management (3)
ITM 420           Information Systems in the Global Environment (3)           ISM 4382
ITM 499           Independent Study in Management Information Systems (1-3)
ITM 495           Special Topics in Information Technology Management (3)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                International Business and Accounting
COLLEGE:              College of Business
DEPARTMENT:           International Business
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:              Dr. Hemant Rustogi, Professor/Program Coordinator
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      hrustogi@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3694

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Also complete as many of the lower-level College of Business core
courses as possible.

LOWER-LEVEL BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                            State Course Equivalent
ACC 202          Financial Accounting (3)                                     ACG 2011 or 2021
ACC 203          Managerial Accounting (3)                                    ACG 2071
ECO 204          Principles of Microeconomics (3)                             ECO 2023 or 1023
ECO 205          Principles of Macroeconomics (3)                             ECO 2013 or 1013
ITM 210          Managerial Statistics I (3)                                  STA 2014 or STA 2023 or QMB 2100
ITM 220          Information Technology (3)                                   ISM 3011
*SPE 200         Oral Communication (4) OR                                    SPC 1016, 1040, or 1600
*SPE 208         Speech for Business and the Professions (4)                  SPC 1062
*Can be used to fulfill General Distribution Requirements in Humanities/Fine Arts.

REQUIREMENTS FOR AN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTING MAJOR (81 hours)
Lower-Level Business Core, 22 hours; Upper-Level Business Core, 15 hours; International Business and
Accounting Courses, 44 hours.

UPPER-LEVEL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                           State Course Equivalent
MKT 300         Principles of Marketing (3)                                   MAR 3023
FIN 310         Financial Management (3)                                      FIN 3403
MGT 330         Principles of Management (3)                                  MAN 3025
ITM 361         Operations Management (3)                                     ISM 3431, MAN 3504
MGT 431         Practical Strategic Assessment (3)

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTING MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

ACC 304          Cost Accounting (3)                                          ACG 3341
ACC 310          Intermediate Accounting I (3)                                ACG 3103
ACC 311          Intermediate Accounting II (3)                               ACG 3113
ACC 351          Accounting Information Systems (3)                           ACG 3401
ACC 352          Federal Tax Accounting I (3)                                 TAX 4001
ACC 401          Auditing and Attestation I (3)                               ACG 4123
ACC 412          Intermediate Accounting III (3)                              ACG 4123
IBS 402          International Accounting (3)
MGT 221          Law and Society (3)                                          BUL 2111, 2241, or 3320
IBS 397          Global Organizational Behavior (3)
IBS 398          Survey of International Business (3)                         MAN 4600

Select one of the following:
IBS 399            The Art and Science of Negotiation (3)
IBS 403            International Economics and Finance (3)                    ECO 3703
IBS 404            Economic Development (3)                                   ECS 3013
IBS 405            International Financial Management (3)                     FIN 3604
IBS 406            International Marketing (3)                                MAR 4156
IBS 410            Contemporary Latin American Business Issues (3)
IBS 411            Contemporary European Business Issues (3)
IBS 486            International Entrepreneurship (3)
IBS 490            International Business Internship (3-6)
IBS 491            Special Projects in International Business (3)
IBS 492            Seminar in International Business (3)
IBS 495            Special Topics in International Business (3)

Select two of the following:
COM 401            Intercultural Communication (4)
CST 201            Cross-Cultural Studies (4)
ENG 202            World Literature II (4)                                    LIT 2120
ENG 229            Contemporary African and Third-World Literature (4)
ENG 312            Contemporary World Literature (4)                          LIT 3093
ENG 324            Post-Colonial Literature and Theory (4)
GEO 207            Economic Geography (4)                                     GEO 4502
GWA 201            World Affairs (4)                                          INR 2002
GWA 202            International Political Economy (4)                        INR 4035
GWA 207            The Urban World (4)
GWA 343            Third-World Political and Economic Development (4)
GWA 410            International Law (4)
HIS 214            Russia‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 217            China‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 221            Japan‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 300          The Middle East (4)
HIS 313          Latin America (4)                                                LAH 1093, 2020, or 3002
IST 205          Contemporary Europe (4)
IST 206          Contemporary Latin America (4)                                   LAH 3200
IST 470          Senior Research Seminar in International Business
REL 205          World Religions (4)                                              REL 2300
SPA 311          Commercial Spanish (4)
SPA 421          Hispanic Culture and Civilization I (4)
SPA 422          Hispanic Culture and Civilization II (4)

In addition to the courses listed above, students must meet the following requirements to complete a major in
international business:

    1.       Proof of competency in a foreign language as evidenced by: passing a competency exam or completion of
             the Intermediate II course in the language with a grade of ―C‖ or better.
    2.       Participation in and successful completion of an approved internship abroad or by taking an approved
             course abroad. A course taken overseas could be either in the general curriculum distribution, the major or
             the ―international component‖.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                 International Business and Economics
COLLEGE:               College of Business
DEPARTMENT:            International Business
DEGREE:                Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:               Dr. Hemant Rustogi, Professor/Program Coordinator
                       401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                       hrustogi@ut.edu
                       (813) 253-3333 x3694

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Also complete as many of the lower-level College of Business core
courses as possible.

LOWER-LEVEL BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                            State Course Equivalent
ACC 202          Financial Accounting (3)                                     ACG 2011 or 2021
ACC 203          Managerial Accounting (3)                                    ACG 2071
ECO 204          Principles of Microeconomics (3)                             ECO 2023 or 1023
ECO 205          Principles of Macroeconomics (3)                             ECO 2013 or 1013
ITM 210          Managerial Statistics I (3)                                  STA 2014 or STA 2023 or QMB 2100
ITM 220          Information Technology (3)                                   ISM 3011
*SPE 200         Oral Communication (4) OR                                    SPC 1016, 1040, or 1600
*SPE 208         Speech for Business and the Professions (4)                  SPC 1062
*Can be used to fulfill General Distribution Requirements in Humanities/Fine Arts.
REQUIREMENTS FOR AN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS MAJOR (75 hours)
Lower-Level Business Core, 22 hours; Upper-Level Business Core, 18 hours; International Business and Economics
Courses, 35 hours.

UPPER-LEVEL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                          State Course Equivalent
MKT 300         Principles of Marketing (3)                                  MAR 3023
FIN 310         Financial Management (3)                                     FIN 3403
MGT 330         Principles of Management (3)                                 MAN 3025
MGT 335         Societal Issues in Business (3)
ITM 361         Operations Management (3)                                    ISM 3431, MAN 3504
MGT 431         Practical Strategic Assessment (3)

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

ECO 320          Managerial Economics (3)                                    ECO 3100
ECO 321          Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis (3)                     ECO 3203
IBS 403          International Economics and Finance (3)                     ECO 3703
ECO 461          Seminar in Economics (3)
IBS 397          Global Organizational Behavior (3)
IBS 398          Survey of International Business (3)                        MAN 4600

Select two of the following:
ECO 300            Labor Economics (3)                                       ECP 3203
ECO 420            Public Finance (3)                                        ECO 4504
FIN 470            Financial Markets, Institutions, and Money (3)            FIN 4303
IBS 404            Economic Development (3)                                  ECS 3013

Select one of the following:
IBS 399            The Art and Science of Negotiation (3)
IBS 402            International Accounting (3)
IBS 404            Economic Development (3)                                  ECS 3013
IBS 405            International Financial Management (3)                    FIN 3604
IBS 406            International Marketing (3)                               MAR 4156
IBS 410            Contemporary Latin American Business Issues (3)
IBS 411            Contemporary European Business Issues (3)
IBS 486            International Entrepreneurship (3)
IBS 490            International Business Internship (3-6)
IBS 491            Special Projects in International Business (3)
IBS 492            Seminar in International Business (3)
IBS 495            Special Topics in International Business (3)

Select two of the following:
COM 401            Intercultural Communication (4)
CST 201            Cross-Cultural Studies (4)
ENG 202            World Literature II (4)                                   LIT 2120
ENG 229            Contemporary African and Third-World Literature (4)
ENG 312            Contemporary World Literature (4)                         LIT 3093
ENG 324            Post-Colonial Literature and Theory (4)
GEO 207            Economic Geography (4)                                    GEO 4502
GWA 201            World Affairs (4)                                         INR 2002
GWA 202            International Political Economy (4)                       INR 4035
GWA 207            The Urban World (4)
GWA 343            Third-World Political and Economic Development (4)
GWA 410            International Law (4)
HIS 214          Russia‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 217          China‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 221          Japan‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 300          The Middle East (4)
HIS 313          Latin America (4)                                                LAH 1093, 2020, or 3002
IST 205          Contemporary Europe (4)
IST 206          Contemporary Latin America (4)                                   LAH 3200
IST 470          Senior Research Seminar in International Business
REL 205          World Religions (4)                                              REL 2300
SPA 311          Commercial Spanish (4)
SPA 421          Hispanic Culture and Civilization I (4)
SPA 422          Hispanic Culture and Civilization II (4)

In addition to the courses listed above, students must meet the following requirements to complete a major in
international business:

    1.   Proof of competency in a foreign language as evidenced by: passing a competency exam or completion of the
         Intermediate II course in the language with a grade of ―C‖ or better.
    2.   Participation in and successful completion of an approved internship abroad or by taking an approved course
         abroad. A course taken overseas could be either in the general curriculum distribution, the major or the
         ―international component‖.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                 International Business and Entrepreneurship
COLLEGE:               College of Business
DEPARTMENT:            International Business
DEGREE:                Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:               Dr. Hemant Rustogi, Professor/Program Coordinator
                       401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                       hrustogi@ut.edu
                       (813) 253-3333 x3694

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Also complete as many of the lower-level College of Business core
courses as possible.

LOWER-LEVEL BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                              State Course Equivalent
ACC 202         Financial Accounting (3)                                        ACG 2011 or 2021
ACC 203         Managerial Accounting (3)                                       ACG 2071
ECO 204         Principles of Microeconomics (3)                                ECO 2023 or 1023
ECO 205         Principles of Macroeconomics (3)                                ECO 2013 or 1013
ITM 210         Managerial Statistics I (3)                                     STA 2014 or STA 2023 or QMB 2100
ITM 220         Information Technology (3)                                      ISM 3011
*SPE 200        Oral Communication (4) OR                                       SPC 1016, 1040, or 1600
*SPE 208         Speech for Business and the Professions (4)                  SPC 1062
*Can be used to fulfill General Distribution Requirements in Humanities/Fine Arts.

REQUIREMENTS FOR AN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP MAJOR (81 hours)
Lower-Level Business Core, 22 hours; Upper-Level Business Core, 18 hours; International Business and
Entrepreneurship Courses, 41 hours.

UPPER-LEVEL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                             State Course Equivalent
MKT 300         Principles of Marketing (3)                                     MAR 3023
FIN 310         Financial Management (3)                                        FIN 3403
MGT 330         Principles of Management (3)                                    MAN 3025
MGT 335         Societal Issues in Business (3)
ITM 361         Operations Management (3)                                       ISM 3431, MAN 3504
MGT 431         Practical Strategic Assessment (3)

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

MGT 389         Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Feasibility Analysis (3)
FIN 340         Entrepreneurial Finance (3)
MKT 360         Marketing Research (3)                                          MAR 3613
MGT 487         Managing the Growing Firm and Business Planning (3)
IBS 486         International Entrepreneurship (3)
IBS 397         Global Organizational Behavior (3)
IBS 398         Survey of International Business (3)                            MAN 4600


Select three of the following:
MGT 490              Internship (3)
MGT 475              Real Estate Venturing (3)
MGT 488              Seminar in Entrepreneurship (3)
MGT 221              Law and Society (3)                                        BUL 2111, 2241, or 3320
MKT 352              Product Management and Services Marketing (3)
MKT 371              Personal Selling and Sales Management (3)                  MAR 4403
MKT 372              Retail and Distribution Management (3)                     MAR 4231
ACC 351              Accounting Information Systems (3)                         ACG 3401
ACC 352              Federal Tax Accounting I (3)                               TAX 4001
ACC 553              Federal Tax Accounting II (3)
ECO 320              Managerial Economics (3)                                   ECO 3100
FIN 470              Financial Markets, Institutions, and Money (3)             FIN 4303
IBS 399              The Art and Science of Negotiation (3)

Select one of the following:
IBS 402            International Accounting (3)
IBS 403            International Economics and Finance (3)                      ECO 3703
IBS 404            Economic Development (3)                                     ECS 3013
IBS 405            International Financial Management (3)                       FIN 3604
IBS 406            International Marketing (3)                                  MAR 4156
IBS 410            Contemporary Latin American Business Issues (3)
IBS 411            Contemporary European Business Issues (3)
IBS 490            International Business Internship (3-6)
IBS 491            Special Projects in International Business (3)
IBS 492            Seminar in International Business (3)
IBS 495            Special Topics in International Business (3)
Select two of the following:
COM 401            Intercultural Communication (4)
CST 201            Cross-Cultural Studies (4)
ENG 202            World Literature II (4)                                        LIT 2120
ENG 229            Contemporary African and Third-World Literature (4)
ENG 312            Contemporary World Literature (4)                              LIT 3093
ENG 324            Post-Colonial Literature and Theory (4)
GEO 207            Economic Geography (4)                                         GEO 4502
GWA 201            World Affairs (4)                                              INR 2002
GWA 202            International Political Economy (4)                            INR 4035
GWA 207            The Urban World (4)
GWA 343            Third-World Political and Economic Development (4)
GWA 410            International Law (4)
HIS 214            Russia‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 217            China‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 221            Japan‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 300            The Middle East (4)
HIS 313            Latin America (4)                                              LAH 1093, 2020, or 3002
IST 205            Contemporary Europe (4)
IST 206            Contemporary Latin America (4)                                 LAH 3200
IST 470            Senior Research Seminar in International Business
REL 205            World Religions (4)                                            REL 2300
SPA 311            Commercial Spanish (4)
SPA 421            Hispanic Culture and Civilization I (4)
SPA 422            Hispanic Culture and Civilization II (4)

In addition to the courses listed above, students must meet the following requirements to complete a major in
international business:

    1.   Proof of competency in a foreign language as evidenced by: passing a competency exam or completion of the
         Intermediate II course in the language with a grade of ―C‖ or better.
    2.   Participation in and successful completion of an approved internship abroad or by taking an approved course
         abroad. A course taken overseas could be either in the general curriculum distribution, the major or the
         ―international component‖.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                 International Business and Finance
COLLEGE:               College of Business
DEPARTMENT:            International Business
DEGREE:                Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:               Dr. Hemant Rustogi, Professor/Program Coordinator
                       401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                       hrustogi@ut.edu
                       (813) 253-3333 x3694

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Also complete as many of the lower-level College of Business core
courses as possible.

LOWER-LEVEL BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                            State Course Equivalent
ACC 202          Financial Accounting (3)                                     ACG 2011 or 2021
ACC 203          Managerial Accounting (3)                                    ACG 2071
ECO 204          Principles of Microeconomics (3)                             ECO 2023 or 1023
ECO 205          Principles of Macroeconomics (3)                             ECO 2013 or 1013
ITM 210          Managerial Statistics I (3)                                  STA 2014 or STA 2023 or QMB 2100
ITM 220          Information Technology (3)                                   ISM 3011
*SPE 200         Oral Communication (4) OR                                    SPC 1016, 1040, or 1600
*SPE 208         Speech for Business and the Professions (4)                  SPC 1062
*Can be used to fulfill General Distribution Requirements in Humanities/Fine Arts.

REQUIREMENTS FOR AN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND FINANCE MAJOR (75 hours)
Lower-Level Business Core, 22 hours; Upper-Level Business Core, 18 hours; International Business and Finance
Courses, 35 hours.

UPPER-LEVEL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                           State Course Equivalent
MKT 300         Principles of Marketing (3)                                   MAR 3023
FIN 310         Financial Management (3)                                      FIN 3403
MGT 330         Principles of Management (3)                                  MAN 3025
MGT 335         Societal Issues in Business (3)
ITM 361         Operations Management (3)                                     ISM 3431, MAN 3504
MGT 431         Practical Strategic Assessment (3)

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND FINANCE MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

FIN 410          Intermediate Financial Management (3)                        FIN 4414
FIN 440          Investments (3)                                              FIN 4504
FIN 470          Financial Markets, Institutions, and Money (3)               FIN 4303
FIN 491          Financial Policies and Strategies (3)                        FIN 4443
IBS 405          International Financial Management (3)                       FIN 3604
IBS 397          Global Organizational Behavior (3)
IBS 398          Survey of International Business (3)                         MAN 4600

Select one of the following:
ECO 321            Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis (3)                    ECO 3203
ECO 420            Public Finance (3)                                         ECO 4504
IBS 402            International Accounting (3)
IBS 403            International Economics and Finance (3)                    ECO 3703
ACC 310            Intermediate Accounting I (3)                              ACG 3103
ACC 351            Accounting Information Systems (3)                         ACG 3401
FIN 415            Applied Investment Management (3)                          FIN 4514

Select one of the following:
IBS 399            The Art and Science of Negotiation (3)
IBS 402            International Accounting (3)
IBS 403            International Economics and Finance (3)                    ECO 3703
IBS 406            International Marketing (3)                                MAR 4156
IBS 410            Contemporary Latin American Business Issues (3)
IBS 411           Contemporary European Business Issues (3)
IBS 486           International Entrepreneurship (3)
IBS 490           International Business Internship (3-6)
IBS 491           Special Projects in International Business (3)
IBS 492           Seminar in International Business (3)
IBS 495           Special Topics in International Business (3)

Select two of the following:
COM 401            Intercultural Communication (4)
CST 201            Cross-Cultural Studies (4)
ENG 202            World Literature II (4)                                        LIT 2120
ENG 229            Contemporary African and Third-World Literature (4)
ENG 312            Contemporary World Literature (4)                              LIT 3093
ENG 324            Post-Colonial Literature and Theory (4)
GEO 207            Economic Geography (4)                                         GEO 4502
GWA 201            World Affairs (4)                                              INR 2002
GWA 202            International Political Economy (4)                            INR 4035
GWA 207            The Urban World (4)
GWA 343            Third-World Political and Economic Development (4)
GWA 410            International Law (4)
HIS 214            Russia‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 217            China‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 221            Japan‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 300            The Middle East (4)
HIS 313            Latin America (4)                                              LAH 1093, 2020, or 3002
IST 205            Contemporary Europe (4)
IST 206            Contemporary Latin America (4)                                 LAH 3200
IST 470            Senior Research Seminar in International Business
REL 205            World Religions (4)                                            REL 2300
SPA 311            Commercial Spanish (4)
SPA 421            Hispanic Culture and Civilization I (4)
SPA 422            Hispanic Culture and Civilization II (4)

In addition to the courses listed above, students must meet the following requirements to complete a major in
international business:

    1     Proof of competency in a foreign language as evidenced by: passing a competency exam or completion of the
          Intermediate II course in the language with a grade of ―C‖ or better.
    2     Participation in and successful completion of an approved internship abroad or by taking an approved course
          abroad. A course taken overseas could be either in the general curriculum distribution, the major or the
          ―international component‖.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                  International Business and Management
COLLEGE:                College of Business
DEPARTMENT:             International Business
DEGREE:                 Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:                Dr. Hemant Rustogi, Professor/Program Coordinator
                       401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                       hrustogi@ut.edu
                       (813) 253-3333 x3694

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Also complete as many of the lower-level College of Business core
courses as possible.

LOWER-LEVEL BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                            State Course Equivalent
ACC 202          Financial Accounting (3)                                     ACG 2011 or 2021
ACC 203          Managerial Accounting (3)                                    ACG 2071
ECO 204          Principles of Microeconomics (3)                             ECO 2023 or 1023
ECO 205          Principles of Macroeconomics (3)                             ECO 2013 or 1013
ITM 210          Managerial Statistics I (3)                                  STA 2014 or STA 2023 or QMB 2100
ITM 220          Information Technology (3)                                   ISM 3011
*SPE 200         Oral Communication (4) OR                                    SPC 1016, 1040, or 1600
*SPE 208         Speech for Business and the Professions (4)                  SPC 1062
*Can be used to fulfill General Distribution Requirements in Humanities/Fine Arts.

REQUIREMENTS FOR AN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT MAJOR (69 hours)
Lower-Level Business Core, 22 hours; Upper-Level Business Core, 18 hours; International Business and Management
Courses, 29 hours.

UPPER-LEVEL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                           State Course Equivalent
MKT 300         Principles of Marketing (3)                                   MAR 3023
FIN 310         Financial Management (3)                                      FIN 3403
MGT 330         Principles of Management (3)                                  MAN 3025
MGT 335         Societal Issues in Business (3)
ITM 361         Operations Management (3)                                     ISM 3431, MAN 3504
MGT 431         Practical Strategic Assessment (3)

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

MGT 340          Human Resource Management (3)                                MAN 3301
IBS 397          Global Organizational Behavior (3)
IBS 398          Survey of International Business (3)                         MAN 4600
IBS 399          The Art and Science of Negotiation (3)

Select one of the following:
ECO 300            Labor Economics (3)                                        ECP 3203
ECO 320            Managerial Economics (3)                                   ECO 3100
ECO 321            Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis (3)                    ECO 3203

Select one of the following:
IBS 402            International Accounting (3)
IBS 403            International Economics and Finance (3)                    ECO 3703
IBS 406            International Marketing (3)                                MAR 4156
IBS 410            Contemporary Latin American Business Issues (3)
IBS 411            Contemporary European Business Issues (3)
IBS 486           International Entrepreneurship (3)
IBS 490           International Business Internship (3-6)
IBS 491           Special Projects in International Business (3)
IBS 492           Seminar in International Business (3)
IBS 495           Special Topics in International Business (3)

Select two of the following:
COM 401            Intercultural Communication (4)
CST 201            Cross-Cultural Studies (4)
ENG 202            World Literature II (4)                                        LIT 2120
ENG 229            Contemporary African and Third-World Literature (4)
ENG 312            Contemporary World Literature (4)                              LIT 3093
ENG 324            Post-Colonial Literature and Theory (4)
GEO 207            Economic Geography (4)                                         GEO 4502
GWA 201            World Affairs (4)                                              INR 2002
GWA 202            International Political Economy (4)                            INR 4035
GWA 207            The Urban World (4)
GWA 343            Third-World Political and Economic Development (4)
GWA 410            International Law (4)
HIS 214            Russia‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 217            China‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 221            Japan‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 300            The Middle East (4)
HIS 313            Latin America (4)                                              LAH 1093, 2020, or 3002
IST 205            Contemporary Europe (4)
IST 206            Contemporary Latin America (4)                                 LAH 3200
IST 470            Senior Research Seminar in International Business
REL 205            World Religions (4)                                            REL 2300
SPA 311            Commercial Spanish (4)
SPA 421            Hispanic Culture and Civilization I (4)
SPA 422            Hispanic Culture and Civilization II (4)

Business Electives: 3 semester hours
Any management course not already taken (except MGT 490 and MGT 495) or select from the following:

ACC 304           Cost Accounting (3)                                             ACG 3341
ACC 351           Accounting Information Systems (3)                              ACG 3401
ACC 352           Federal Tax Accounting I (3)                                    TAX 4001
ECO 300           Labor Economics (3)                                             ECP 3203
ECO 320           Managerial Economics (3)                                        ECO 3100
ECO 321           Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis (3)                         ECO 3203
FIN 470           Financial Markets, Institutions, and Money (3)                  FIN 4303
FIN 410           Intermediate Financial Management (3)                           FIN 4414
FIN 440           Investments (3)                                                 FIN 4504
MKT 352           Product Management and Services Marketing (3)
MKT 360           Marketing Research and Opportunity Analysis (3)                 MAR 3613
MKT 371           Personal Selling and Sales Management (3)                       MAR 4403
MKT 372           Retail and Distribution Management (3)                          MAR 4231

In addition to the courses listed above, students must meet the following requirements to complete a major in
international business:

    1.    Proof of competency in a foreign language as evidenced by: passing a competency exam or completion of the
          Intermediate II course in the language with a grade of ―C‖ or better.
    2.   Participation in and successful completion of an approved internship abroad or by taking an approved course
         abroad. A course taken overseas could be either in the general curriculum distribution, the major or the
         ―international component‖.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                 International Business and Management Information Systems
COLLEGE:               College of Business
DEPARTMENT:            International Business
DEGREE:                Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:               Dr. Hemant Rustogi, Professor/Program Coordinator
                       401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                       hrustogi@ut.edu
                       (813) 253-3333 x3694

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Also complete as many of the lower-level College of Business core
courses as possible.

LOWER-LEVEL BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                            State Course Equivalent
ACC 202          Financial Accounting (3)                                     ACG 2011 or 2021
ACC 203          Managerial Accounting (3)                                    ACG 2071
ECO 204          Principles of Microeconomics (3)                             ECO 2023 or 1023
ECO 205          Principles of Macroeconomics (3)                             ECO 2013 or 1013
ITM 210          Managerial Statistics I (3)                                  STA 2014 or STA 2023 or QMB 2100
ITM 220          Information Technology (3)                                   ISM 3011
*SPE 200         Oral Communication (4) OR                                    SPC 1016, 1040, or 1600
*SPE 208         Speech for Business and the Professions (4)                  SPC 1062
*Can be used to fulfill General Distribution Requirements in Humanities/Fine Arts.

REQUIREMENTS FOR AN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT INFORMATION
SYSTEMS MAJOR (88 hours)
Lower-Level Business Core, 22 hours; Upper-Level Business Core, 18 hours; International Business and Management
Information Systems Courses, 48 hours.

UPPER-LEVEL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                              State Course Equivalent
MKT 300         Principles of Marketing (3)                                      MAR 3023
FIN 310         Financial Management (3)                                         FIN 3403
MGT 330         Principles of Management (3)                                     MAN 3025
MGT 335         Societal Issues in Business (3)
ITM 361         Operations Management (3)                                        ISM 3431, MAN 3504
MGT 431         Practical Strategic Assessment (3)
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

MAT 225        Calculus for Business (4)                                    MAC 2233
ITM 251        Visual Basic (3)                                             COP 1820, 2121, 2171
ITM 261        Web Programming (3)
ITM 280        Data Communication Systems (3)                               ISM 4220
ITM 318        Systems Analysis and Design I (3)                            ISM 3113
ITM 360        Advanced Programming (3)
ITM 408        Database Design and Administration (3)                       ISM 4212
ITM 419        Systems Analysis and Design II (3)
ITM 420        Information Systems in the Global Environment (3)            ISM 4382
IBS 397        Global Organizational Behavior (3)
IBS 398        Survey of International Business (3)                         MAN 4600

Select one (three credit hours) of the following:
ITM 330         Operating Systems (3)                                       ISM 3232
ITM 335         Software Applications for Microcomputers (3)
ITM 410         Network Management (3)
ITM 415         Business Intelligence Solutions (3)                         ISM 4400
ITM 416         Electronic Commerce (3)                                     ISM 4480
ITM 430         Strategic Information Systems (3)
ITM 499         Independent Study in Management Information Systems (1-3)
ITM 495         Special Topics in Information Technology Management (3)

Select one of the following:
IBS 399         The Art and Science of Negotiation (3)
IBS 402         International Accounting (3)
IBS 403         International Economics and Finance (3)                     ECO 3703
IBS 405         International Financial Management (3)                      FIN 3604
IBS 406         International Marketing (3)                                 MAR 4156
IBS 410         Contemporary Latin American Business Issues (3)
IBS 411         Contemporary European Business Issues (3)
IBS 486         International Entrepreneurship (3)
IBS 490         International Business Internship (3-6)
IBS 491         Special Projects in International Business (3)
IBS 492         Seminar in International Business (3)
IBS 495         Special Topics in International Business (3)

Select two of the following:
COM 401            Intercultural Communication (4)
CST 201            Cross-Cultural Studies (4)
ENG 202            World Literature II (4)                                  LIT 2120
ENG 229            Contemporary African and Third-World Literature (4)
ENG 312            Contemporary World Literature (4)                        LIT 3093
ENG 324            Post-Colonial Literature and Theory (4)
GEO 207            Economic Geography (4)                                   GEO 4502
GWA 201            World Affairs (4)                                        INR 2002
GWA 202            International Political Economy (4)                      INR 4035
GWA 207            The Urban World (4)
GWA 343            Third-World Political and Economic Development (4)
GWA 410            International Law (4)
HIS 214            Russia‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 217            China‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 221            Japan‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 300            The Middle East (4)
HIS 313            Latin America (4)                                        LAH 1093, 2020, or 3002
IST 205          Contemporary Europe (4)
IST 206          Contemporary Latin America (4)                                   LAH 3200
IST 470          Senior Research Seminar in International Business
REL 205          World Religions (4)                                              REL 2300
SPA 311          Commercial Spanish (4)
SPA 421          Hispanic Culture and Civilization I (4)
SPA 422          Hispanic Culture and Civilization II (4)

In addition to the courses listed above, students must meet the following requirements to complete a major in
international business:

    1.   Proof of competency in a foreign language as evidenced by: passing a competency exam or completion of the
         Intermediate II course in the language with a grade of ―C‖ or better.
    2.   Participation in and successful completion of an approved internship abroad or by taking an approved course
         abroad. A course taken overseas could be either in the general curriculum distribution, the major or the
         ―international component‖.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                 International Business and Marketing
COLLEGE:               College of Business
DEPARTMENT:            International Business
DEGREE:                Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:               Dr. Hemant Rustogi, Professor/Program Coordinator
                       401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                       hrustogi@ut.edu
                       (813) 253-3333 x3694

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Also complete as many of the lower-level College of Business core
courses as possible.

LOWER-LEVEL BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                            State Course Equivalent
ACC 202          Financial Accounting (3)                                     ACG 2011 or 2021
ACC 203          Managerial Accounting (3)                                    ACG 2071
ECO 204          Principles of Microeconomics (3)                             ECO 2023 or 1023
ECO 205          Principles of Macroeconomics (3)                             ECO 2013 or 1013
ITM 210          Managerial Statistics I (3)                                  STA 2014 or STA 2023 or QMB 2100
ITM 220          Information Technology (3)                                   ISM 3011
*SPE 200         Oral Communication (4) OR                                    SPC 1016, 1040, or 1600
*SPE 208         Speech for Business and the Professions (4)                  SPC 1062
*Can be used to fulfill General Distribution Requirements in Humanities/Fine Arts.

REQUIREMENTS FOR AN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND MARKETING MAJOR (75 hours)
Lower-Level Business Core, 22 hours; Upper-Level Business Core, 18 hours; International Business and Marketing
Courses, 35 hours.

UPPER-LEVEL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                                State Course Equivalent
MKT 300         Principles of Marketing (3)                                        MAR 3023
FIN 310         Financial Management (3)                                           FIN 3403
MGT 330         Principles of Management (3)                                       MAN 3025
MGT 335         Societal Issues in Business (3)
ITM 361         Operations Management (3)                                          ISM 3431, MAN 3504
MGT 431         Practical Strategic Assessment (3)

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND MARKETING MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

MKT 360           Marketing Research and Opportunity Analysis (3)                  MAR 3613
IBS 406           International Marketing (3)                                      MAR 4156
MKT 450           Marketing Strategy (3)
IBS 397           Global Organizational Behavior (3)
IBS 398           Survey of International Business (3)                             MAN 4600

Select three of the following:
MKT 352            Product Management and Services Marketing (3)
MKT 354            Buyer Behavior (3)                                              MAR 4503
MKT 371            Personal Selling and Sales Management (3)                       MAR 4403
MKT 372            Retail and Distribution Management (3)                          MAR 4231
MKT 411            Promotional Strategy (3)                                        MAR 4333
MGT 389            Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Feasibility Analysis (3)

Select one of the following:
IBS 399            The Art and Science of Negotiation (3)
IBS 402            International Accounting (3)
IBS 403            International Economics and Finance (3)                         ECO 3703
IBS 405            International Financial Management (3)                          FIN 3604
IBS 410            Contemporary Latin American Business Issues (3)
IBS 411            Contemporary European Business Issues (3)
IBS 486            International Entrepreneurship (3)
IBS 490            International Business Internship (3-6)
IBS 491            Special Projects in International Business (3)
IBS 492            Seminar in International Business (3)
IBS 495            Special Topics in International Business (3)

Select two of the following:
COM 401            Intercultural Communication (4)
CST 201            Cross-Cultural Studies (4)
ENG 202            World Literature II (4)                                         LIT 2120
ENG 229            Contemporary African and Third-World Literature (4)
ENG 312            Contemporary World Literature (4)                               LIT 3093
ENG 324            Post-Colonial Literature and Theory (4)
GEO 207            Economic Geography (4)                                          GEO 4502
GWA 201            World Affairs (4)                                               INR 2002
GWA 202            International Political Economy (4)                             INR 4035
GWA 207            The Urban World (4)
GWA 343            Third-World Political and Economic Development (4)
GWA 410            International Law (4)
HIS 214            Russia‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 217          China‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 221          Japan‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 300          The Middle East (4)
HIS 313          Latin America (4)                                                LAH 1093, 2020, or 3002
IST 205          Contemporary Europe (4)
IST 206          Contemporary Latin America (4)                                   LAH 3200
IST 470          Senior Research Seminar in International Business
REL 205          World Religions (4)                                              REL 2300
SPA 311          Commercial Spanish (4)
SPA 421          Hispanic Culture and Civilization I (4)
SPA 422          Hispanic Culture and Civilization II (4)

In addition to the courses listed above, students must meet the following requirements to complete a major in
international business:

    1.   Proof of competency in a foreign language as evidenced by: passing a competency exam or completion of the
         Intermediate II course in the language with a grade of ―C‖ or better.
    2.   Participation in and successful completion of an approved internship abroad or by taking an approved course
         abroad. A course taken overseas could be either in the general curriculum distribution, the major or the
         ―international component‖.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                 Management
COLLEGE:               College of Business
DEPARTMENT:            Management
DEGREE:                Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:               Dr. Mary Anne Watson, Associate Professor/Associate Dean – College of Business/Chair
                       401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                       mawatson@ut.edu
                       (813) 253-3333 x6289

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements at the community college. Also complete as many of the lower-level
College of Business core courses as possible.

LOWER-LEVEL BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                              State Course Equivalent
ACC 202         Financial Accounting (3)                                        ACG 2011 or 2021
ACC 203         Managerial Accounting (3)                                       ACG 2071
ECO 204         Principles of Microeconomics (3)                                ECO 2023 or 1023
ECO 205         Principles of Macroeconomics (3)                                ECO 2013 or 1013
ITM 210         Managerial Statistics I (3)                                     STA 2014 or STA 2023 or QMB 2100
ITM 220         Information Technology (3)                                      ISM 3011
*SPE 200        Oral Communication (4) OR                                       SPC 1016, 1040 or 1600
*SPE 208        Speech for Business and the Professions (4)                     SPC 1062
*Can be used to fulfill General Distribution Requirements in Humanities/Fine Arts.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida public community college are admitted with junior standing. A maximum of 64
credits may be transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work
attempted at previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE MANAGEMENT MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A MANAGEMENT MAJOR (58 hours)
Lower-Level Business Core, 22 hrs; Upper-Level Business Core, 18 hrs; Management Courses, 18 hours.

UPPER-LEVEL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                                State Course Equivalent
MKT 300         Principles of Marketing (3)                                        MAR 3023
FIN 310         Financial Management (3)                                           FIN 3403
MGT 330         Principles of Management (3)                                       MAN 3025
MGT 335         Societal Issues in Business (3)
ITM 361         Operations Management (3)                                          ISM 3431, MAN 3504
MGT 431         Practical Strategic Assessment (3)

MANAGEMENT MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

MGT 340              Human Resource Management (3)                                 MAN 3301
IBS 397/MGT 345      Global Organizational Behavior (3)
IBS 398/MGT 350      Survey of International Business (3)                          MAN 4600

Select one of the following:
ECO 300         Labor Economics (3)                                                ECP 3203
ECO 320         Managerial Economics (3)                                           ECO 3100
ECO 321         Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis (3)                            ECO 3203

Business Electives: 6 semester hours
Any management course not already taken (except MGT 490 and MGT 495) or select from the following:
ACC 304        Cost Accounting (3)                                        ACG 3341
ACC 351        Accounting Information Systems (3)                         ACG 3401
ACC 352        Federal Tax Accounting I (3)                               TAX 4001
ECO 300        Labor Economics (3)                                        ECP 3203
ECO 320        Managerial Economics (3)                                   ECO 3100
ECO 321        Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis (3)                    ECO 3203
FIN 470        Financial Markets, Institutions, and Money (3)             FIN 4303
FIN 410        Intermediate Financial Management (3)                      FIN 4414
FIN 440        Investments (3)                                            FIN 4504
MKT 352        Product Management and Services Marketing (3)
MKT 360        Marketing Research and Information Systems (3)             MAR 3613
MKT 371        Personal Selling and Sales Management (3)                  MAR 4403
MKT 372        Retail and Distribution Management (3)                     MAR 4231
UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                  Marketing
COLLEGE:                College of Business
DEPARTMENT:             Marketing
DEGREE:                 Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:                Dr. Hemant Rustogi, Professor/Chair
                        401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                        hrustogi@ut.edu
                        (813) 253-3333 x3694

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements at the community college. Also complete as many of the lower-level
College of Business core courses as possible.

LOWER-LEVEL BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                            State Course Equivalent
ACC 202          Financial Accounting (3)                                     ACG 2011 or 2021
ACC 203          Managerial Accounting (3)                                    ACG 2071
ECO 204          Principles of Microeconomics (3)                             ECO 2023 or 1023
ECO 205          Principles of Macroeconomics (3)                             ECO 2013 or 1013
ITM 210          Managerial Statistics I (3)                                  STA 2014 or STA 2023 or QMB 2100
ITM 220          Information Technology (3)                                   ISM 3011
*SPE 200         Oral Communication (4) OR                                    SPC 1016, 1040, or 1600
*SPE 208         Speech for Business and the Professions (4)                  SPC 1062
*Can be used to fulfill General Distribution Requirements in Humanities/Fine Arts.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida public community college are admitted with junior standing. A maximum of 64
credits may be transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work
attempted at previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE MAJOR/PROGRAM OF STUDY
None beyond general admission requirements.

EQUIREMENTS FOR A MARKETING MAJOR (58 hours)
Lower-Level Business Core, 22 hrs; Upper-Level Business Core, 18 hrs; Marketing Courses, 18 hrs.

UPPER-LEVEL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS CORE

University of Tampa Course                                                                State Course Equivalent
MKT 300         Principles of Marketing (3)                                        MAR 3023
FIN 310         Financial Management (3)                                           FIN 3403
MGT 330         Principles of Management (3)                                       MAN 3025
MGT 335         Societal Issues in Business (3)
ITM 361         Operations Management (3)                                          ISM 3431, MAN 3504
MGT 431         Practical Strategic Assessment (3)

MARKETING MAJOR REQUIREMENTS
MKT 360         Marketing Research and Opportunity Analysis (3)                    MAR 3613
MKT 450         Marketing Strategy (3)

Select four of the following:
MKT 352                         Product Management and Services Marketing (3)
MKT 354                         Buyer Behavior (3)                                            MAR 4503
MKT 371                         Personal Selling and Sales Management (3)                     MAR 4403
MKT 372                         Retail and Distribution Management (3)                        MAR 4231
IBS 406/MKT 410                 International Marketing (3)                                   MAR 4156
MKT 411                         Promotional Strategy (3)                                      MAR 4333
MGT 389                         Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Business Planning (3)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                 Art
COLLEGE:               College of Arts and Letters
DEPARTMENT:            Art
DEGREE:                Bachelor of Fine Arts
CONTACT:               Mr. Lewis Harris, Associate Professor/Chair
                       401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                       lharris@ut.edu
                       (813) 253-3333 x3354

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements (described on page 5). Lower division art courses can also be completed
when there is an equivalent course (see information in the Requirements for an Art Major below). Each course can
apply to either, but not both, the requirements for general distribution or the requirements for the major.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE ART MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE MAJOR/PROGRAM OF STUDY
None beyond general admission requirements.
REQUIREMENTS FOR AN ART MAJOR (72 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                                               State Equivalent Course
ART 153      Beginning Drawing (4)                                                 ART 1300
ART 154      Figure Drawing (4)
ART 200      Introduction to Ceramics (4)                                          ART 2110
ART 201      Beginning Painting (4)                                                ART 1510
ART 202      Beginning Sculpture (4)                                               ART 2701
ART 203      Beginning Printmaking (4)                                             ART 1400
ART 204      Beginning Design (4)                                                  ART 1201, 2201
ART 210      Beginning Computer Graphics (4)                                       ART 1222, GRA 1800, 2101
ART 304      Advanced Drawing (4)                                                  ART 3310
ART 498      Senior Seminar (1)

Select three of the following courses in Art History:
ART 268       History: Survey I (4)                                                ARH 2050
ART 269       History: Survey II (4)                                               ARH 2051
ART 270       Primitive Culture (4)
ART 271       Pre-Columbian (4)
ART 272       Near East (4)                                                        ARH 4115
ART 273       Greco-Roman (4)                                                      ARH 4170
ART 274       Medieval (4)                                                         ARH 4200
ART 275       Renaissance (4)                                                      ARH 4301
ART 276       Baroque and Rococo (4)                                               ARH 4350
ART 277       Modern Art (4)                                                       ARH 4450
ART 278       Far East (4)                                                         ARH 4530
ART 279       Neo-Classical to Modern (4)

Select three additional courses for concentration: art history (ART 268 and ART 269 are required above), drawing,
painting, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, or photography

Select eleven (11) additional credit hours of ART electives.

Upon entry into the junior year, art students must submit a portfolio that includes pieces from each studio course taken
at the University of Tampa as well as from any college or university from which the University of Tampa has accepted
credits. The portfolio will be reviewed by no fewer than two faculty members. Unacceptable portfolios must be
resubmitted no later than the end of the following semester.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                   Art
COLLEGE:                 College of Arts and Letters
DEPARTMENT:              Art
DEGREE:                  Bachelor of Fine Arts
CONCENTRATION:           Arts Administration and Management
CONTACT:                 Mr. Lewis Harris, Associate Professor/Chair
                         401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                         lharris@ut.edu
                         (813) 253-3333 x3354
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements (described on page 5). Lower division art courses can also be completed
when there is an equivalent course (see information in the Requirements for an Art Major below). Each course can
applied to either, but not both, the requirements for general distribution or the requirements for the major.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative
grade point average for all course work attempted at previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE ART MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR AN ART MAJOR WITH A CONCENTRATION IN ARTS ADMINISTRATION AND
MANAGEMENT (87 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                  State Course Equivalent
ART 153      Beginning Drawing (4) OR                ART 1300
ART 154      Figure Drawing (4)
ART 200      Introduction to Ceramics (4) OR         ART 2100
ART 202      Beginning Sculpture (4)                 ART 2701
ART 204      Beginning Design (4)                    ART 1201, 2201
ART 206      Introduction to Graphic Design (4)      GRA 1800, 2101
ART 208      Beginning Photography (4)               PGY 1401
ARM 200 Intro To Arts Management (2)
ARM 480 Seminar in Arts Management ( 2)
ARM 498 Internship (8)
ACC 202      Financial Accounting (3)                ACG 2021
ACC 203      Managerial Accounting (3)               ACG 2071
ECO 204      Principles of Microeconomics (3)        ECO 2023
ECO 205      Principles of Macroeconomics (3)        ECO 2013
ITM 200      Introduction to Computers(1)            CGS 1000
ITM 210      Managerial Statistics I (3)             STA 2014 OR STA 2023
FIN 310      Financial Management (3)                FIN 3403
MAT 160 College Algebra (4)                          MAC 1106
MGT 330 Principles of Management (3)                 MAN 3025
MGT 335 Societal Issues in Business (3)
ITM 361      Operations Management (3)               ISM 3431, MAN 3504
MKT 300 Marketing Management (3)                     MAR 3023

Electives: In consultation with advisor, select 12 credits of Art electives and 8 credits of Art History electives.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                   Art
COLLEGE:                 College of Arts and Letters
DEPARTMENT:              Art
DEGREE:                  Bachelor of Fine Arts
CONCENTRATION:           Art Therapy (Pre-Professional)
CONTACT:                 Mr. Lewis Harris, Associate Professor/Chair
                         401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                         lharris@ut.edu
                         (813) 253-3333 x3354

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements (described on page 5). Lower division art courses can also be completed
when there is an equivalent course (see information in the Requirements for an Art Major below). Each course can
applied to either, but not both, of the requirements for general distribution or the requirements for the major.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE ART MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR AN ART MAJOR WITH A CONCENTRATION IN ART THERAPY (72 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                      State Course Equivalent
ART 153      Beginning Drawing (4)                        ART 1300
ART 154      Figure Drawing (4)
ART 200      Introduction to Ceramics (4)                 ART 2110
ART 201      Beginning Painting (4)                       ART 1510
ART 202      Beginning Sculpture (4)                      ART 2701
ART 203      Printmaking (4)                              ART 1400
ART 204      Beginning Design (4)                         ART 1201, 2201
ART 268      History: Survey I (4)                        ARH 2050
ART 269      History: Survey II (4)                       ARH 2051
ART 330      Children‘s Art (4)
ART 331      Adolescent Art (4)
ART 411      Internship in Applied Arts (Art Therapy) (4)
ART          Electives (300 level or above) (4)

Pyschology Courses:
PSY 200     General Psychology (4)                                                 PSY 2012
PSY 210     Development I: Child Psychology (4)                                    DEP 2000, 2004, 2102
PSY 211     Statistics and Experimental Methods I (4)                              PSY 3204
PSY 230     Theories of Personality (4)                                            PPE 3003, 3004
PSY 303     Abnormal Psychology (4)                                                CLP 3143




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Digital Arts
COLLEGE:              College of Arts and Letters
DEPARTMENT:           Art
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Fine Arts
CONTACT:              Mr. Lewis Harris, Associate Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      lharris@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3354

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements (described on page 5). Lower division art courses can also be completed
when there is an equivalent course (see information in the Requirements for an Art Major below). Each course can
applied to either, but not both, of the requirements for general distribution or the requirements for the major.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE DIGITAL ARTS MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A DIGITAL ARTS MAJOR (72 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                                               State Equivalent Course
ART 153      Beginning Drawing (4)                                                 ART 1300
ART 201      Beginning Painting (4)                                                ART 1510
ART 202      Beginning Sculpture (4)                                               ART 2701
ART 204      Beginning Design (4)                                                  ART 1201, 2201
ART 210      Beginning Digital Arts (4)                                            ART 1222, GRA 1800 or 2101
ART 211      Art and Technology (4)
ART 217      Beginning 3D Animation (4)
ART 310      Advanced Digital Arts (4)
ART 311      On-Line Production (4) OR
ART 317      Advanced 3D Animation (4)
ART 410      Special Problems in Digital Art (11) OR
ART 417      Special Problems in 3D Animation (11)
ART 498      Senior Seminar (1)

Select three of the following courses in Art History:
ART 268       History: Survey I (4)                                                ARH 2050
ART 269       History: Survey II (4)                                               ARH 2051
ART 270       Primitive Culture (4)
ART 271       Pre-Columbian (4)
ART 272       Near East (4)                                                        ARH 4115
ART 273       Greco-Roman (4)                                                      ARH 4170
ART 274       Medieval (4)                                                         ARH 4200
ART 275       Renaissance (4)                                                      ARH 4301
ART 276       Baroque and Rococo (4)                                               ARH 4350
ART 277       Modern Art (4)                                                       ARH 4450
ART 278       Far East (4)                                                         ARH 4530
ART 279      Neo-Classical to Modern (4)

*Area of concentration can include Three-Dimensional Animation, Web Production, and Interactive Animation.
Select three courses for electives (up to eight credit hours may be replaced with computer science courses beyond ITM
200).




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Graphic Design
COLLEGE:              College of Arts and Letters
DEPARTMENT:           Art
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Fine Arts
CONTACT:              Mr. Lewis Harris, Associate Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      lharris@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3354

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements (described on page 5). Lower division art courses can also be completed
when there is an equivalent course (see information in the Requirements for an Art Major below). Each course can
applied to either, but not both, of the requirements for general distribution or the requirements for the major.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE GRAPHIC DESIGN MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A GRAPHIC DESIGN MAJOR (72 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                                               State Equivalent Course
ART 153      Beginning Drawing (4) OR                                              ART 1300
ART 154      Figure Drawing (4)
ART 201      Beginning Painting (4)                                                ART 1510
ART 200      Introduction to Ceramics (4) OR                                       ART 2110
ART 202      Beginning Sculpture (4)                                               ART 2701
ART 203      Printmaking (4)                                                       ART 1400
ART 204      Beginning Design (4)                                                  ART 1201, 2201
ART 206      Introduction to Graphic Design (4)                                    ART 2702
ART 208      Photography (4)                                                       PGY 1401
ART 210      Beginning Digital Arts (4)                                            ART 1222, GRA 1800 or 2101
ART 215      Graphic Design II (4)
ART 304      Advanced Drawing (4)                                                  ART 3310
ART 498      Senior Seminar (1)
Select three of the following courses in Art History:
ART 268       History: Survey I (4)                                                ARH 2050
ART 269       History: Survey II (4)                                               ARH 2051
ART 270       History: Primitive Culture (4)
ART 271       History: Pre-Columbian (4)
ART 272       History: Ancient Cultures of the Near East (4)                       ARH 4115
ART 273       History: Greco-Roman (4)                                             ARH 4170
ART 274       History: Medieval (4)                                                ARH 4220
ART 275       History: Renaissance (4)                                             ARH 4301
ART 276       History: Baroque and Rococo (4)                                      ARH 4350
ART 277       History: Foundations of Modern Art (4)                               ARH 4450
ART 278       History: Culture of Far East (4)                                     ARH 4530
ART 279       History: Neo-Classical to Modern Origins (4)

Select two courses (seven credit hours) in area concentration: drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, or
photography
Select three ART elective courses (up to eight credit hours may be replaced with writing or marketing courses)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                   Biology
COLLEGE:                 College of Natural and Health Sciences
DEPARTMENT:              Biology
DEGREE:                  Bachelor of Science
CONCENTRATION:           General Biology
CONTACT:                 Dr. Mason Meers, Associate Professor/Chair
                         401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                         mmeers@ut.edu
                         (813) 253-3333, x3655

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements . Also complete as many of the lower-level chemistry, biology, physics
and math required courses as possible. See chart below for equivalency information.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE BIOLOGY MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A BIOLOGY (BS) MAJOR WITH A GENERAL BIOLOGY CONCENTRATION
(65 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                 State Course Equivalent
BIO 203        Biological Diversity (4)                                             BSC 1011 w/lab
BIO 204        Biological Unity (4)                                                 BSC 1010 w/lab
CHE 152        General Chemistry I (3)                                              CHM 2045
CHE 153        General Chemistry Lab I (1)                                          CHM 2045L
CHE 154        General Chemistry II (3)                                             CHM 2046
CHE 155        General Chemistry Lab II (1)                                         CHM 2046L
MAT 170*       Precalculus (4)                                                      MAC 1140
MAT 260        Calculus I (4)                                                       MAC 2311
BIO 228        Biology of Plants (4)                                                BOT 3373 w/lab
BIO 300        Genetics (4) OR                                                      PCB 3063 w/lab
BIO 320        Molecular Genetics (4)                                               PCB 1511 w/lab
BIO 410**      Senior Seminar (1)
CHE 232        Organic Chemistry I (3)                                              CHM 2210
CHE 233        Organic Chemistry Lab I (1)                                          CHM 2210L
CHE 234        Organic Chemistry II (3)                                             CHM 2211
CHE 235        Organic Chemistry Lab II (1)                                         CHM 2211L
PHY 200        Physics I (4)                                                        PHY 2053 w/lab
PHY 201        General Physics II (4)                                               PHY 2054 w/lab

* May be waived if student is placed directly into MAT 260 – Calculus I.
**BIO 440 or BIO 450 may be substituted if an oral presentation is made.

Cellular and Physiology Requirement (select one of the following):
BIO 227      Ecosystems and Ecophysiology (4)
BIO 307      Microbiology (4)                                                       MCB 3030 w/lab
BIO 310      Developmental Biology (4)                                              PCB 5256 w/lab
BIO 330      General Physiology (4)                                                 PCB 3712 w/lab
BIO 350      Cell Biology (4)                                                       PCB 3023 w/lab
BIO 360      Immunology (4)                                                         PCB 4235 w/lab
BIO 370      Molecular Biology (4)
BIO 390      Essentials of Electron Microscopy (4)

In addition to the above core requirements, students select, in consultation with their advisor, 4 courses (16 credit hours)
above BIO 204 or MAR 150 (not including BIO 440, 450, 495, or 499).




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                   Biology
COLLEGE:                 College of Natural and Health Sciences
DEPARTMENT:              Biology
DEGREE:                  Bachelor of Science
CONCENTRATION:           Business
CONTACT:                 Dr. Mason Meers, Associate Professor/Chair
                         401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                         mmeers@ut.edu
                         (813) 253-3333, x3655

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited
PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Complete General Distribution Requirements. Also complete as many of
the lower-level chemistry, biology, physics and math required courses as possible. See chart below for equivalency
information.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE BIOLOGY MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A BIOLOGY (BS) MAJOR WITH A CONCENTRATION IN BUSINESS (92 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                 State Course Equivalent
BIO 203        Biological Diversity (4)              BSC 1011 w/lab
BIO 204        Biological Unity (4)                  BSC 1010 w/lab
CHE 152        General Chemistry I (3)               CHM 2045
CHE 153        General Chemistry Lab I (1)           CHM 2045L
CHE 154        General Chemistry II (3)              CHM 2046
CHE 155        General Chemistry Lab II (1)          CHM 2046L
MAT 170* Precalculus (4)                             MAC 1140
PHY 200        Physics I (4)                         PHY 2053 w/lab
PHY 201        General Physics II (4)                PHY 2054 w/lab
MAT 260        Calculus I (4)                        MAC 2311
BIO 228        Biology of Plants (4)                 BOT 3373 w/lab
BIO 300        Genetics (4) OR                       PCB 3063 w/lab
BIO 320        Molecular Genetics (4)                PCB 1511 w/lab
BIO 410** Senior Seminar (1)
CHE 232        Organic Chemistry I (3)               CHM 2210
CHE 233        Organic Chemistry Lab I (1)           CHM 2210L
CHE 234        Organic Chemistry II (3)              CHM 2211
CHE 235        Organic Chemistry Lab II (1)          CHM 2211L

* May be waived if student is placed directly into MAT 260 – Calculus I.
**BIO 440 or BIO 450 may be substituted if an oral presentation is made.

Cellular and Physiology Requirement (select one of the following):
BIO 227      Ecosystems and Ecophysiology (4)
BIO 307      Microbiology (4)                                                      MCB 3030 w/lab
BIO 310      Developmental Biology (4)                                             PCB 5256 w/lab
BIO 330      General Physiology (4)                                                PCB 3712 w/lab
BIO 350      Cell Biology (4)                                                      PCB 3023 w/lab
BIO 360      Immunology (4)                                                        PCB 4235 w/lab
BIO 370      Molecular Biology (4)
BIO 390      Essentials of Electron Microscopy (4)

In addition, four Biology electives above 204 excluding BIO 440, 450, 495, and 499.

Business Courses:
University of Tampa Course                                                               State Course Equivalency
ACC 202      Financial Accounting (3)                                              ACG 2021
ACC 203      Managerial Accounting (3)                                             ACG 2071
ECO 204      Principle of Microeconomics (3)                                       ECO 2023
ECO 205      Principle of Macroeconomics (3)                                       ECO 2013
FIN 310      Financial Management (3)                                              FIN 3403
ITM 210      Managerial Statistics I (3)                                           STA 2023
MGT 330      Principles of Management (3)                                          MAN 3025
MGT 335      Societal Issues in Business (3)
MKT 300      Principles of Marketing (3)                                           MAR 3023




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                   Biology
COLLEGE:                 College of Natural and Health Sciences
DEPARTMENT:              Biology
DEGREE:                  Bachelor of Science
CONCENTRATION:           Pre-Professional
CONTACT:                 Dr. Mason Meers, Associate Professor/Chair
                         401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                         mmeers@ut.edu
                         (813) 253-3333, x3655

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Also complete as many of the lower-level chemistry, biology, physics
and math required courses as possible. See chart below for equivalency information.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE BIOLOGY MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A BIOLOGY (BS) MAJOR WITH A PRE-PROFESSIONAL CONCENTRATION
(65 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                  State Course Equivalent
BIO 203        Biological Diversity (4)               BSC 1011 w/lab
BIO 204        Biological Unity (4)                   BSC 1010 w/lab
CHE 152        General Chemistry I (3)                CHM 2045
CHE 153        General Chemistry Lab I (1)            CHM 2045L
CHE 154        General Chemistry II (3)               CHM 2046
CHE 155        General Chemistry Lab II (1)           CHM 2046L
MAT 170* Precalculus (4)                              MAC 1140
MAT 260        Calculus I (4)                         MAC 2311
BIO 228        Biology of Plants (4)                  BOT 3373 w/lab
BIO 300        Genetics (4) OR                        PCB 3036
BIO 320        Molecular Genetics (4)                 PCB 1511 w/lab
BIO 410**     Senior Seminar (1)
CHE 232       Organic Chemistry I (3)                                      CHM 2210
CHE 233       Organic Chemistry Lab I (1)                                  CHM 2210L
CHE 234       Organic Chemistry II (3)                                     CHM 2211
CHE 235       Organic Chemistry Lab II (1)                                 CHM 2211L
PHY 200       Physics I (4)                                                PHY 2053 w/lab
PHY 201       General Physics II (4)                                       PHY 2054 w/lab

* May be waived if student is placed directly into MAT 260 – Calculus I.
**BIO 440 or BIO 450 may be substituted if an oral presentation is made.

Cellular and Physiology Requirement (select one of the following):
BIO 227      Ecosystems and Ecophysiology (4)
BIO 307      Microbiology (4)                                              MCB 3030 w/lab
BIO 310      Developmental Biology (4)                                     PCB 5256 w/lab
BIO 330      General Physiology (4)                                        PCB 3712 w/lab
BIO 350      Cell Biology (4)                                              PCB 3023 w/lab
BIO 360      Immunology (4)                                                PCB 4235 w/lab
BIO 370      Molecular Biology (4)
BIO 390      Essentials of Electron Microscopy (4)

Select four additional courses from the following:
BIO 220       Behavioral Biology (4)
BIO 250       Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (4)
BIO 307       Microbiology (4)                                             MCB 3030 w/lab
BIO 310       Developmental Biology (4)                                    PCB 5256 w/lab
BIO 317       Parasitology (4)                                             ZOO 4233 w/lab
BIO 330       General Physiology (4)                                       PCB 3712 w/lab
BIO 350       Cell Biology (4)                                             PCB 3023 w/lab
BIO 360       Immunology (4)                                               PCB 4235 w/lab
BIO 370       Molecular Biology (4)
BIO 390       Essentials of Electron Microscopy (4)
BIO 400       Evolution (4)
CHE 320       Biochemistry (4)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                  Biology
COLLEGE:                College of Natural and Health Sciences
DEPARTMENT:             Biology
DEGREE:                 Bachelor of Science
CONCENTRATION:          Molecular Biology
CONTACT:                Dr. Mason Meers, Associate Professor/Chair
                        401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                        mmeers@ut.edu
                        (813) 253-3333, x3655

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited
PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Also complete as many of the lower-level chemistry, biology, physics
and math required courses as possible. See chart below for equivalency information.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE BIOLOGY MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A BIOLOGY (BS) MAJOR WITH A CONCENTRATION IN MOLECULAR
BIOLOGY (65 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                 State Course Equivalent
BIO 203        Biological Diversity (4)              BSC 1011 w/lab
BIO 204        Biological Unity (4)                  BSC 1010 w/lab
CHE 152        General Chemistry I (3)               CHM 2045
CHE 153        General Chemistry Lab I (1)           CHM 2045L
CHE 154        General Chemistry II (3)              CHM 2046
CHE 155        General Chemistry Lab II (1)          CHM 2046L
MAT 170* Precalculus (4)                             MAC 1140
MAT 260        Calculus I (4)                        MAC 2311
BIO 228        Biology of Plants (4)                 BOT 3373 w/lab
BIO 300        Genetics (4) OR                       PCB 3063 w/lab
BIO 320        Molecular Genetics (4)                PCB 1511 w/lab
BIO 410** Senior Seminar (1)
CHE 232        Organic Chemistry I (3)               CHM 2210
CHE 233        Organic Chemistry Lab I (1)           CHM 2210L
CHE 234        Organic Chemistry II (3)              CHM 2211
CHE 235        Organic Chemistry Lab II (1)          CHM 2211L
PHY 200        Physics I (4)                         PHY 2053 w/lab
PHY 201        General Physics II (4)                PHY 2054 w/lab

* May be waived if student is placed directly into MAT 260 – Calculus I.
**BIO 440 or BIO 450 may be substituted if an oral presentation is made.

Cellular and Physiology Requirement (select one of the following):
BIO 227      Ecosystems and Ecophysiology (4)
BIO 307      Microbiology (4)                                                      MCB 3030 w/lab
BIO 310      Developmental Biology (4)                                             PCB 5256 w/lab
BIO 330      General Physiology (4)                                                PCB 3712 w/lab
BIO 350      Cell Biology (4)                                                      PCB 3023 w/lab
BIO 360      Immunology (4)                                                        PCB 4235 w/lab
BIO 370      Molecular Biology (4)
BIO 390      Essentials of Electron Microscopy (4)

Select four additional courses from the following:
BIO 307       Microbiology (4)                                                     MCB 3030 w/lab
BIO 310       Developmental Biology (4)                                            PCB 5256 w/lab
BIO 330       General Physiology (4)                                               PCB 3712 w/lab
BIO 350       Cell Biology (4)                                                     PCB 3023 w/lab
BIO 360       Immunology (4)                                                       PCB 4235 w/lab
BIO 370      Molecular Biology (4)
BIO 390      Essentials of Electron Microscopy (4)
CHE 320      Biochemistry (4)
CHE 420      Advanced Biochemistry (4)
Elective     Any course above BIO 204* or MAR 300 (4)

*BIO 300, 320, 395, 440, 450 and 499 cannot be used as electives to satisfy this requirement.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                   Biology
COLLEGE:                 College of Natural and Health and Sciences
DEPARTMENT:              Biology
DEGREE:                  Bachelor of Arts
CONCENTRATION:           General Biology
CONTACT:                 Dr. Mason Meers, Associate Professor/Chair
                         401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                         mmeers@ut.edu
                         (813) 253-3333, x3655

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements . Also complete as many of the lower-level chemistry, biology, physics
and math required courses as possible. See chart below for equivalency information.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE BIOLOGY MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A BIOLOGY (BA) MAJOR WITH A GENERAL BIOLOGY CONCENTRATION
(65 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                  State Course Equivalent
BIO 203         Biological Diversity (4)              BSC 1011 w/lab
BIO 204         Biological Unity (4)                  BSC 1010 w/lab
CHE 152         General Chemistry I (3)               CHM 2045
CHE 153         General Chemistry Lab I (1)           CHM 2045L
CHE 154         General Chemistry II (3)              CHM 2046
CHE 155         General Chemistry Lab II (1)          CHM 2046L
MAT 170*        Precalculus (4)                       MAC 1140
MAT 260         Calculus I (4)                        MAC 2311
BIO 228         Biology of Plants (4)                 BOT 3373 w/lab
BIO 300         Genetics (4) OR                       PCB 3063 w/lab
BIO 320         Molecular Genetics (4)                PCB 1511 w/lab
BIO 410**       Senior Seminar (1)
CHE 232/233     Organic Chemistry I (3)/Organic Chemistry Lab I (1) OR         CHM 2210/CHM 2210L
PHY 200         Physics I (4)                                                  PHY 2053 w/lab

* May be waived if student is placed directly into MAT 260 – Calculus I.
**BIO 440 or BIO 450 may be substituted if an oral presentation is made.

Cellular and Physiology Requirement (select one of the following):
BIO 227      Ecosystems and Ecophysiology (4)
BIO 307      Microbiology (4)                                                  MCB 3030 w/lab
BIO 310      Developmental Biology (4)                                         PCB 5256 w/lab
BIO 330      General Physiology (4)                                            PCB 3712 w/lab
BIO 350      Cell Biology (4)                                                  PCB 3023 w/lab
BIO 360      Immunology (4)                                                    PCB 4235 w/lab
BIO 370      Molecular Biology (4)
BIO 390      Essentials of Electron Microscopy (4)

Complete a minimum of six additional biology courses (24 hours) (not including BIO 440, 450, 495 or 499) that
includes at least one from each of the broad areas of Ecosystem/Landscape Biology, Organismal Biology, and
Cellular/Molecular Biology, to be determined in consultation with advisors.

Ecosystem/Environmental Biology (select a minimum of one course):
BIO 212    Ecology (4)                                                         PCB 3043 w/lab
MAR 222 Marine Ecology (4)
BIO 227    Ecosystems and Ecophysiology (4)
BIO 242    Introduction to Environmental Science and Policy (4)                BSC 4057 w/lab
BIO 346    Conservation Biology (4)

Organismal/Evolutionary Biology (select a minimum of one course):
BIO 220     Behavioral Biology (4)
BIO 224     Invertebrate Biology (4)                                           ZOO 3205 w/lab
BIO 225     Vertebrate Biology (4)                                             ZOO 2303 w/lab
BIO 250     Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (4)
BIO 307     Microbiology (4)                                                   MCB 3030 w/lab
BIO 317     Parasitology (4)                                                   ZOO 4233 w/lab
BIO 340     Ichthyology (4)                                                    ZOO 5456 w/lab
BIO 400     Evolution (4)
MAR 226 Marine Zoology (4)
MAR 327 Marine Biology (4)                                                     BOT 5185 w/lab

Cellular/Molecular Biology (select a minimum of one course):
BIO 300     General Genetics (4)                                               PCB 3063 w/lab
BIO 310     Developmental Biology (4)                                          PCB 5256 w/lab
BIO 320     Molecular Genetics (4)                                             PCB 1511 w/lab
BIO 330     General Physiology (4)                                             PCB 3712 w/lab
BIO 350     Cell Biology (4)                                                   PCB 3023 w/lab
BIO 360     Immunology (4)                                                     PCB 4235 w/lab
BIO 370     Molecular Biology (4)
UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                   Biology
COLLEGE:                 College of Natural and Health Sciences
DEPARTMENT:              Biology
DEGREE:                  Bachelor of Arts
CONCENTRATION:           Organismal and Evolutionary Biology
CONTACT:                 Dr. Mason Meers, Associate Professor/Chair
                         401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                         mmeers@ut.edu
                         (813) 253-3333, x3655

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements . Also complete as many of the lower-level chemistry, biology, physics
and math required courses as possible. See chart below for equivalency information.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE BIOLOGY MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A BIOLOGY (BA) MAJOR WITH AN ORGANISMAL AND EVOLUTIONARY
BIOLOGY CONCENTRATION (77 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                 State Course Equivalent
BIO 203        Biological Diversity (4)              BSC 1011 w/lab
BIO 204        Biological Unity (4)                  BSC 1010 w/lab
CHE 152        General Chemistry I (3)               CHM 2045
CHE 153        General Chemistry Lab I (1)           CHM 2045L
CHE 154        General Chemistry II (3)              CHM 2046
CHE 155        General Chemistry Lab II (1)          CHM 2046L
MAT 170* Precalculus (4)                             MAC 1140
MAT 260        Calculus I (4)                        MAC 2311
BIO 228        Biology of Plants (4)                 BOT 3373 w/lab
BIO 300        Genetics (4) OR                       PCB 3063 w/lab
BIO 320        Molecular Genetics (4)                PCB 1511w/lab
BIO 410** Senior Seminar (1)
CHE 232        Organic Chemistry I (3)               CHM 2210
CHE 233        Organic Chemistry Lab I (1)           CHM 2210L
CHE 234        Organic Chemistry II (3)              CHM 2211
CHE 235        Organic Chemistry Lab II (1)          CHM 2211L
PHY 200        Physics I (4)                         PHY 2053 w/lab
PHY 201        Physics II (4)                        PHY 2054 w/lab
BIO 400        Evolution (4)

* May be waived if student is placed directly into MAT 260 – Calculus I.
**BIO 440 or BIO 450 may be substituted if an oral presentation is made.

Cellular and Physiology Requirement (select one of the following):
BIO 227      Ecosystems and Ecophysiology (4)
BIO 307      Microbiology (4)                                                      MCB 3030 w/lab
BIO 310      Developmental Biology (4)                                             PCB 5256 w/lab
BIO 330      General Physiology (4)                                                PCB 3712 w/lab
BIO 350      Cell Biology (4)                                                      PCB 3023 w/lab
BIO 360      Immunology (4)                                                        PCB 4235 w/lab
BIO 370      Molecular Biology (4)
BIO 390      Essentials of Electron Microscopy (4)

Select five additional courses from the following:
BIO 212       Ecology (4) OR                                                       PCB 3043 w/lab
MAR 222 Marine Ecology (4)
BIO 220       Behavioral Biology (4)
BIO 224       Invertebrate Zoology (4)                                             ZOO 3205 w/lab
BIO 225       Vertebrate Zoology (4)                                               ZOO 2303 w/lab
MAR 226 Marine Zoology (4)
BIO 227       Ecosystems and Ecophysiology (4)
BIO 250       Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (4)
BIO 317       Parasitology (4)                                                     ZOO 4233 w/lab
MAR 327 Marine Botany (4)                                                          BOT 5185 w/lab
BIO 307       Microbiology (4)                                                     MCB 3030 w/lab
BIO 310       Developmental Biology (4)                                            PCB 5256 w/lab
BIO 330       General Physiology (4)                                               PCB 3712 w/lab
BIO 340       Ichthyology (4)                                                      ZOO 5456 w/lab




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Environmental Science
COLLEGE:              College of Natural and Health Sciences
DEPARTMENT:           Biology
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:              Dr. Mason Meers, Associate Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      mmeers@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333, x3655

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements . Also complete as many of the lower-level chemistry, biology, physics
and math required courses as possible. See chart below for equivalency information.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR AN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE MAJOR (69 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                                State Course Equivalent
BIO 203        Biological Diversity (4)                             BSC 1011 w/lab
BIO 204        Biological Unity (4)                                 BSC 1010 w/lab
CHE 152        General Chemistry I (3)                              CHM 2045
CHE 153        General Chemistry Lab I (1)                          CHM 2045L
CHE 154        General Chemistry II (3)                             CHM 2046
CHE 155        General Chemistry Lab II (1)                         CHM 2046L
MAT 170* Precalculus (4)                                            MAC 1140
BIO 212        Ecology (4)                                          PCB 3043 w/lab
BIO 228        Biology of Plants (4)                                BOT 3373 w/lab
BIO 242        Introduction to Environmental Science and Policy (4) BSC 4057 w/lab
BIO 346        Conservation Biology (4)
BIO 410** Senior Seminar (1)
CHE 180        Environmental Chemistry (4)
CHE 310        Analytical Chemistry (4)                             CHM 3120 w/lab
MAT 260        Calculus I (4)                                       MAC 2311
MAT 201        Statistics (4)                                       STA 2022
WRI 281        Technical Writing (4)                                ENC 2210

* May be waived if student is placed directly into MAT 260 – Calculus I.
**BIO 440 or BIO 450 may be substituted if an oral presentation is made.

Select at least two of the following:
BIO 220        Behavioral Biology (4)
BIO 224        Invertebrate Biology (4)                                    ZOO 3205 w/lab
BIO 225        Vertebrate Biology (4)                                      ZOO 2303 w/lab
BIO 340        Ichthyology (4)                                             ZOO 5456 w/lab
BIO 307        Microbiology (4)                                            MCB 3030 w/lab
BIO 317        Parasitology (4)                                            ZOO 4233 w/lab
MAR 150 Physical Geology (4)                                               GLY 1010 w/lab
MAR 226 Marine Zoology (4)
MAR 301 Physical Oceanography (4)
MAR 327 Marine Botany (4)                                                  BOT 5185 w/lab

 Select at least two of the following:
COM 224 Mass Media and Society (4)                                         MMC 2000
GEO 202        Physical Geography (4) OR                                   GEO 2200
GEO 205        Principles of Resource Utilization (4)
PHL 208        Business Ethics (4)                                         PHI 2631
PHL 210        Environmental Ethics (4)                                    PHI 3640




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                 Marine Science - Biology (Double major)
COLLEGE:               College of Natural and Health Sciences
DEPARTMENT:           Biology
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:              Dr. Mason Meers, Associate Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      mmeers@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333, x3655

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Also complete as many of the lower-level chemistry, biology, physics
and math requirements as possible. See chart below for equivalency information.


GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE MARINE SCIENCE-BIOLOGY MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A MARINE SCIENCE-BIOLOGY MAJOR (77 hours)
University of Tampa Courses                                    State Equivalent Course
BIO 203            Biological Diversity (4)              BSC 1011 w/lab
BIO 204            Biological Unity (4)                  BSC 1010 w/lab
CHE 152            General Chemistry I (3)               CHM 2045
CHE 153            General Chemistry Lab I (1)           CHM 2045L
CHE 154            General Chemistry II (3)              CHM 2046
CHE 155            General Chemistry Lab II (1)          CHM 2046L
MAT 170*           Precalculus (4)                       MAC 1140
BIO 212            Ecology (4) OR                        PCB 3043 w/lab
MAR 222            Marine Ecology (4)
BIO 410**          Senior Seminar (1)
MAR 327            Marine Botany (4)                     BOT 5185 w/lab
Biology electives (courses above BIO 204 or MAR 150) (8)

* May be waived if student is placed directly into MAT 260 – Calculus I.
**BIO 440 or BIO 450 may be substituted if an oral presentation is made.

Genetics Requirement (Choose one):
BIO 300           General Genetics (4)                                             PCB 3063 w/lab
BIO 320           Molecular Genetics (4)                                           PCB 1511 w/lab

Cellular/Physiological Requirement (Choose one):
BIO 227             Ecosystems and Ecophysiology (4)
BIO 307             Microbiology (4)                                               MCB 3030 w/lab
BIO 310             Developmental Biology (4)                                      PCB 5256 w/lab
BIO 330             General Physiology (4)                                         PCB 3712 w/lab
BIO 350             Cell Biology (4)                                               PCB 3023 w/lab
BIO 360             Immunology (4)                                                 PCB 4235 w/lab
BIO 370             Molecular Biology (4)
BIO 390             Electron Microscopy (4)
CHE 320             Biochemistry (4)
Organismal Requirement (Choose one from each pair)
BIO 224           Invertebrate Zoology (4) OR                                      ZOO 3205 w/lab
MAR 226           Marine Zoology (4)

BIO 225             Vertebrate Zoology (4) OR                                      ZOO 2303 w/lab
BIO 250             Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (4)

Physical/Chemical Requirement (Choose two)
MAR 150            Physical Geology (4)                                            GLY 1010 w/lab
MAR 301            Physical Oceanography (4)
CHE 180            Environmental Chemistry (4)

Collateral and/or prerequisite courses required:
CHE 232-235          Organic Chemistry I, II (8)                                   CHM 2210, 2210L, 2211, 2211L
PHY 200-201          General Physics I, II (8)                                     PHY 2053 w/lab, PHY 2054 w/lab
MAT 260              Calculus I (4)                                                MAC 2311




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Marine Science - Chemistry (Double major)
COLLEGE:              College of Natural and Health Sciences
DEPARTMENT:           Biology
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:              Dr. Mason Meers, Associate Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      mmeers@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333, x3655

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Also complete as many of the lower-level chemistry, biology, physics
and math requirements as possible. See chart below for equivalency information.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE MARINE SCIENCE-CHEMISTRY MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A MARINE SCIENCE-CHEMISTRY MAJOR (82 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                 State Course Equivalent
BIO 203        Biological Diversity (4)             BSC 1011 w/lab
BIO 204        Biological Unity (4)                 BSC 1010 w/lab
CHE 152        General Chemistry I (3)              CHM 2045
CHE 153       General Chemistry Lab I (1)                                     CHM 2045L
CHE 154       General Chemistry II (3)                                        CHM 2046
CHE 155       General Chemistry Lab II (1)                                    CHM 2046L
MAT 170*      Precalculus (4)                                                 MAC 1140
BIO 212       Ecology (4) OR                                                  PCB 3043 w/lab
MAR 222       Marine Ecology (4)
MAR 150       Physical Geology (4)                                            GLY 1010 w/lab
MAR 226       Marine Zoology (4)
MAR 327       Marine Botany (4)                                               BOT 5185 w/lab
MAR 301       Physical Oceanography (4)
CHE 180       Environmental Chemistry (4)                                     CHM 3120 w/lab
CHE 232       Organic Chemistry I (3)                                         CHM 2210
CHE 233       Organic Chemistry Lab I (1)                                     CHM 2210L
CHE 234       Organic Chemistry II (3)                                        CHM 2211
CHE 235       Organic Chemistry Lab II (1)                                    CHM 2211L
CHE 310       Analytical Chemistry (4)                                        CHM 3120 w/lab
CHE 352       Physical Chemistry I (3)                                        CHM 4410
CHE 353       Physical Chemistry I-Lab (1)                                    CHM 4410L
CHE 354       Physical Chemistry II (3)                                       CHM 4411
CHE 355       Physical Chemistry II-Lab (1)                                   CHM 4411L
CHE 425       Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (4)                                CHM 4611 w/lab
PHY 200       General Physics I (4)                                           PHY 2053 w/lab
PHY 201       General Physics II (4)                                          PHY 2054 w/lab
MAT 260       Calculus I (4)                                                  MAC 2311
MAT 261       Calculus II (4)                                                 MAC 2312

* May be waived if student is placed directly into MAT 260 – Calculus I.

Select one of the following:
CHE 451       Introduction to Research (2)
CHE 452       Chemical or Biochemical Literature Survey (2)
CHE 453       Chemical Internship (2)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Chemistry
COLLEGE:              College of Natural and Health Sciences
DEPARTMENT:           Chemistry
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:              Dr. Stephen Burroughs, Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      sburroughs@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333, x3362

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Also complete as many of the lower-level chemistry, biology, physics
and math requirements as possible. See chart below for equivalency information.
GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE CHEMISTRY (BS) MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A CHEMISTRY (BS) MAJOR (68 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                                              State Course Equivalent
CHE 152          General Chemistry I (3)                                           CHM 2045
CHE 153          General Chemistry Lab I (1)                                       CHM 2045L
CHE 154          General Chemistry II (3)                                          CHM 2046
CHE 155          General Chemistry Lab II (1)                                      CHM 2046L
CHE 232          Organic Chemistry I (3)                                           CHM 2210
CHE 233          Organic Chemistry Lab I (1)                                       CHM 2210L
CHE 234          Organic Chemistry II (3)                                          CHM 2211
CHE 235          Organic Chemistry Lab II (1)                                      CHM 2211L
CHE 245          Intermediate Inorganic Chemistry (4)
CHE 310          Analytical Chemistry (4)                                          CHM 3120 w/lab
CHE 320          Biochemistry (3)
CHE 352          Physical Chemistry I (3)                                          CHM 4410
CHE 353          Physical Chemistry I-Lab (1)                                      CHM 4410L
CHE 354          Physical Chemistry II (3)                                         CHM 4411
CHE 355          Physical Chemistry II-Lab (1)                                     CHM 4411L
CHE 425          Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (3)                                  CHM 4611 w/lab
CHE 430          Advanced Instrumental Chemistry (4)
BIO 204          Biological Unity (4)                                              BSC 1010 w/lab
PHY 205          General Physics I (Calculus-based) (4)                            PHY 2053 w/lab
PHY 206          General Physics II (Calculus-based) (4)                           PHY 2054 w/lab
MAT 260          Calculus I (4)                                                    MAC 2311
MAT 261          Calculus II (4)                                                   MAC 2312

Select one of the following:
CHE 410            Senior Seminar (2)
CHE 451            Introduction to Research (2-4)
CHE 453            Chemistry Internship (2)

Select one of the following:
CHE 426            Advanced Organic Chemistry (4)
CHE 445            Advanced Spectroscopy (4)
CHE 499            Special Topics in Chemistry (4)

The following course is strongly recommended:
MAT 262          Calculus III (4)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Forensic Science
COLLEGE:              College of Natural and Health Sciences
DEPARTMENT:           Chemistry
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:              Dr. Stephen Burroughs, Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      sburroughs@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333, x3362

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Also complete as many of the lower-level chemistry, biology, physics
and math requirements as possible. See chart below for equivalency information.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE FORENSIC SCIENCE MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A FORENSIC SCIENCE MAJOR (94 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                                              State Course Equivalent
CHE 152       General Chemistry I (3)                                              CHM 2045
CHE 153       General Chemistry Lab I (1)                                          CHM 2045L
CHE 154       General Chemistry II (3)                                             CHM 2046
CHE 155       General Chemistry Lab II (1)                                         CHM 2046L
CHE 232       Organic Chemistry I (3)                                              CHM 2210
CHE 233       Organic Chemistry Lab I (1)                                          CHM 2210L
CHE 234       Organic Chemistry II (3)                                             CHM 2211
CHE 235       Organic Chemistry Lab II (1)                                         CHM 2211L
CHE 310       Analytical Chemistry (4)                                             CHM 3120 w/lab
CHE 320       Biochemistry (3)
CHE 305       Applied Physical Chemistry (3)                                       CHM 3400
CHE 440       Quality Assurance (3)
CHE 460       Introduction to Forensic Research (2)
CHE 480       Forensic Toxicology (3)
BIO 204       Biological Unity (4)                                                 BSC 1010 w/lab
BIO 320       Molecular Genetics (4)                                               PCB 1511 w/lab
PHY 200       General Physics I (4)                                                PHY 2053 w/lab
PHY 201       General Physics II (4)                                               PHY 2054 w/lab
MAT 260       Calculus I (4)                                                       MAC 2311
MAT 261       Calculus II (4)                                                      MAC 2312
MAT 201       Introduction to Statistics (4)                                       STA 2022
WRI 281       Technical Writing (4)                                                ENC 2210
CRM 101       Introduction to Criminology (4)                                      CCJ 2010
CRM 102       Introduction to Criminal Justice (4)                                 CCJ 2020
CRM 200       Introduction to Law Enforcement (4)                                  CCJ 2400
CRM 206       Criminal Investigation (4)                                           CJT 2110
CRM 307       Introduction to Forensic Science (4)
CRM 311       Criminal and Court Procedure (4)
CRM 317       Expert Witness Testimony (4)
UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Biochemistry
COLLEGE:              College of Natural and Health Sciences
DEPARTMENT:           Chemistry
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:              Dr. Stephen Burroughs, Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      sburroughs@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333, x3362

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements . Also complete as many of the lower-level chemistry, biology, physics
and math required courses as possible. See chart below for equivalency information.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE BIOCHEMISTRY MAJOR: None beyond general admission
requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A BIOCHEMISTRY MAJOR (73 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                                              State Course Equivalent
CHE 152      General Chemistry I (3)                                               CHM 2045
CHE 153      General Chemistry Lab I (1)                                           CHM 2045L
CHE 154      General Chemistry II (3)                                              CHM 2046
CHE 155      General Chemistry Lab II (1)                                          CHM 2046L
CHE 232      Organic Chemistry I (3)                                               CHM 2210
CHE 233      Organic Chemistry Lab I (1)                                           CHM 2210L
CHE 234      Organic Chemistry II (3)                                              CHM 2211
CHE 235      Organic Chemistry Lab II (1)                                          CHM 2211L
CHE 245      Inorganic Chemistry (4)
CHE 310      Analytical Chemistry (4)                                              CHM 3120 w/lab
CHE 320      Basic Biochemistry (3)
CHE 352      Physical Chemistry I (3)                                              CHM 4410
CHE 353      Physical Chemistry I-Lab (1)                                          CHM 4410L
CHE 354      Physical Chemistry II (3)                                             CHM 4411
CHE 355      Physical Chemistry II-Lab (1)                                         CHM 4411L
CHE 420      Advanced Biochemistry (4)
CHE 430      Advanced Instrumental Chemistry (4)
CHE 480      Techniques in Tissue Culture (4)
BIO 204      Biological Unity (4)                                                  BSC 1010 w/lab
PHY 205      General Physics I (Calculus-based) (4)
PHY 206      General Physics II (Calculus-based) (4)
MAT 260      Calculus I (4)                                                        MAC 2311
MAT 261      Calculus II (4)                                                       MAC 2312

Select one of the following courses:
CHE 410       Senior Seminar (2)
CHE 451       Introduction to Research (2)
CHE 453       Chemistry Internship (2)

Select one of the following courses:
BIO 300       Genetics (4)                                                         PCB 3063 w/lab
BIO 330       General Physiology (4)                                               PCB 3712 w/lab
BIO 320       Molecular Genetics (4)                                               PCB 1511 w/lab

*MAT 262, BIO 360 and BIO 350 are strongly recommended for the biochemistry major. The BIO 203 prerequisitie is
waived for biochemistry majors.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Chemistry
COLLEGE:              College of Natural and Health Sciences
DEPARTMENT:           Chemistry
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Arts
CONTACT:              Dr. Stephen Burroughs, Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      sburroughs@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333, x3362

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Also complete as many of the lower-level chemistry, biology, physics
and math requirements as possible. See chart below for equivalency information.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE CHEMISTRY MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A CHEMISTRY (BA) MAJOR (50 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                                              State Course Equivalent
CHE 152            General Chemistry I (3)                                         CHM 2045
CHE 153            General Chemistry Lab I (1)                                     CHM 2045L
CHE 154            General Chemistry II (3)                                        CHM 2046
CHE 155             General Chemistry Lab II (1)                                   CHM 2046L
CHE 232             Organic Chemistry I (3)                                        CHM 2210
CHE 233             Organic Chemistry Lab I (1)                                    CHM 2210L
CHE 234             Organic Chemistry II (3)                                       CHM 2211
CHE 235             Organic Chemistry Lab II (1)                                   CHM 2211L
CHE 245             Inorganic Chemistry (4)
CHE 310             Analytical Chemistry (4)                                       CHM 3120 w/lab
CHE 320             Biochemistry (3)
CHE 352             Physical Chemistry I (3)                                       CHM 4410
CHE 353             Physical Chemistry I-Lab (1)                                   CHM 4410L
CHE 354             Physical Chemistry II (3)                                      CHM 4411
PHY 200             General Physics I (4)                                          PHY 2053 w/lab
PHY 201             General Physics II (4)                                         PHY 2054 w/lab
MAT 260             Calculus I (4)                                                 MAC 2311
MAT 261             Calculus II (4)                                                MAC 2312




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Communication
COLLEGE:              College of Arts and Letters
DEPARTMENT:           Communication
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Art
CONTACT:              Dr. Gregg Bachman, Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      gbachman@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3646

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements and MMC 2000.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE COMMUNICATION MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A COMMUNICATION MAJOR (51 hours)

A. Theory and Methods

Culture and Society (8 hours minimum)

COM 224      Communication and Society (4)                                         MMC 2000
Select a minimum of four additional credits from the following (four credits must be at the 300 level or above):
COM 282 Survey of Advertising and Public Relations (4)
COM 323 Frontiers in Telecommunications (4)
COM 326 Political Campaigns and Electoral Politics (4)
COM 334 Information and the New World Order (4)
COM 336 Critical Studies in Public Communication (4)
COM 380 Culture, Society, and Computing Technology (4)
COM 401 Intercultural Communication (4)
COM 425 Information Technology and Human Values (4)
COM 426 Public Opinion, the Media, and Power (4)
COM 443 Communication and Cultural Studies (4)
COM 444 Wordimagebookscreen (4)

Visual Aesthetics (8 hours minimum)

COM 232      Visual Literacy (4)

Select one of the following:
COM 211 Art & Technology (4)
COM 249 Transformation from Fiction to Screen (4)
COM 260 American Cinema (4)
COM 261 World Cinema (4)
COM 277 Modern Art (4)                                                            ARH 4450
COM 300 The Documentary Tradition (4)
COM 308 Film Aesthetics (4)
COM 335 Survey of Independent Video and Film (4)
COM 360 Film Directors (4)
COM 370 Women, Film and Popular Culture (4)
COM 445 The Image and Reality (4)
COM 465 Seminar in American Cinema (4)

B. Practicum Areas

Writing (8 hours minimum)

COM 225      Writing for Electronic Communication (4)                             MMC 2100

Select one of the following:
COM 240 Writing Drama (4)
COM 247 Writing for Radio and Alternative Performance (4)
COM 271 Journalism I (4)                                                          JOU 2100
COM 285 Information Design (4)
COM 325 Writing for Broadcast News (4)
COM 337 Corporate Uses of Media (4)
COM 340 Screenwriting I (4)
COM 346 Writing for Interactive Media (4)
COM 348 Writing the Situation Comedy (4)
COM 371 Journalism II (4)                                                         JOU 3101
COM 382 Writing for Advertising and Public Relations (4)
COM 440 Screenwriting II (4)

The Moving Image (8 hours minimum)

COM 241      Intro to Sound, Image and Motion (4)
Select one of the following:
COM 204 Beginning Design (4)                                                    ART 1201, 2201
COM 206 Intro to Graphic Design (4)                                             GRA 1111, 1800 or 2101
COM 208 Beginning Photography (4)                                               PGY 1401
COM 210 Beginning Digital Arts (4)                                              ART 1222, GRA 1800 or 2101
COM 215 Graphic Design II (4)
COM 217 Beginning 3-D Animation (4)
COM 238 Animation I (4)
COM 243 Production I (4)
COM 245 Production II (4)
COM 263 Web Design (4)
COM 280 Digital Imaging (4)
COM 303 Studio Television I (4)
COM 307 Advanced Photography (4)
COM 310 Advanced Digital Arts (4)
COM 311 Online Production (4)
COM 317 Advanced 3-D Animation (4)
COM 333 Studio Television II (4)
COM 338 Animation II (4)
COM 343 Advanced Post-Production Techniques (4)
COM 345 Production III (4)
COM 363 CD/DVD Design and Production (4)
COM 442 Producing for Motion Picture and Digital Media (4)
COM 460 Advanced Motion Picture and Digital Media Production (4)

C. Other Courses

COM 250      Practicum in Broadcast Management (1-4)
COM 354      Internship in Communication (1-4)
COM 399      Independent Study in Communication (1-4)
COM 482      Advertising and Public Relations (4)
COM 499      Senior Project (4)

Electives
In consultation with a Communication department advisor, students may take two courses outside of the
Communication Department, which closely coincide with the student‘s scholarly and/or career interests.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Film and Media Arts
COLLEGE:              College of Arts and Letters
DEPARTMENT:           Communication
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Art
CONTACT:              Dr. Gregg Bachman, Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      gbachman@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3646

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited
PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements and MMC 2000.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE FILM AND MEDIA ARTS MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A FILM AND MEDIA ARTS MAJOR (60 hours)

Core Courses (12 hours):
COM 225 Writing for Electronic Communication (4)                                   MMC 2100
COM 232 Visual Literacy (4)
COM 241 Intro to Sound, Image and Motion (4)

Critical Studies (16 hours)
Students MUST take one of the following:
COM 260 American Cinema (4)
COM 261 World Cinema (4)

Students MUST take three other 300-level and one 400-level course from the following:
COM 300 The Documentary Tradition (4)
COM 308 Film Aesthetics (4)
COM 335 Survey of Independent Video and Film (4)
COM 360 Film Directors (4)
COM 370 Women, Film and Popular Culture (4)
COM 445 The Image and Reality (4)
COM 465 Seminar in American Cinema (4)

Production (16 Hours)
COM 243 Production I (4)
COM 245 Production II (4)
COM 345 Production III (4)
COM 442 Producing for Motion Picture and Digital Media (4)

Electives (16 Hours)
Students must select FOUR more electives with the approval of their advisor. Possible courses MAY include the
following:
COM 240 Writing Drama (4)
COM 263 Web Design (4)
COM 303 Studio Television I (4)
COM 333 Studio Television II (4)
COM 340 Screenwriting I (4)
COM 343 Advanced Post Production Techniques (4)
COM 348 Writing the Situation Comedy (4)
COM 363 CD/DVD Design and Production (4)
COM 440 Screenwriting II (4)
COM 460 Advanced Motion Picture and Digital Production (4)
COM 499 Senior Project (4)
MUS 108 Introduction to Recording and Electronic Music (4)
MUS 109      Recording and Synthesis Techniques(4)                                 MUM 1623
MUS 330      Audio in Media (4)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Advertising and Public Relations
COLLEGE:              College of Arts and Letters
DEPARTMENT:           Communication
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Art
CONTACT:              Dr. Gregg Bachman, Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      gbachman@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3646

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements and MMC 2000.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE ADVERTISING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR AN ADVERTISING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS MAJOR (60 hours)

Advertising and Public Relations Courses (8 hours):
University of Tampa Course                                                                 State Course Equivalent
COM 282 Survey of Advertising and Public Relations (4)
COM 482 Advertising and Public Relations (4)


Culture and Society Courses (8 hours):

COM 224      Communication and Society (4)                                         MMC 2000
COM 336      Critical Studies in Public Communication (4)

Visual Aesthetics Courses (4 hours):

COM 232      Visual Literacy (4)

Writing Courses (12 hours):

COM 225      Writing for Electronic Communication (4)                              MMC 2100
COM 271      Journalism I (4)                                                      JOU 2100
COM 382     Writing for Advertising and Public Relations (4)

Sound, Image and Motion Courses (8 hours):

COM 241     Intro to Sound, Image and Motion (4)

Select one of the following:
COM 206 Intro to Graphic Design (4)                            GRA 1111, 1800 or 2101
COM 210 Beginning Digital Design (4)                           ART 1222, GRA 1800 or 2101

Advertising and Public Relations Electives (20 hours)

Marketing Electives:
MKT 300 Principles of Marketing (3)                            MAR 3023
MKT 354 Buyer Behavior (3)                                     MAR 4503
MKT 371 Personal Selling and Sales Management (3)              MAR 4403
MKT 410 International Marketing (3)
MKT 411 Promotional Strategy (3)                               MAR 4333
MKT 450 Marketing Strategy (3)

Communication Electives:
COM 323 Frontiers in Telecommunications (4)
COM 334 Information and the New World Order (4)
COM 337 Corporate Uses of Media (4)
COM 380 Culture, Society, and Computing Technology (4)
COM 401 Intercultural Communication (4)
COM 425 Information Technology and Human Values (4)
COM 426 Public Opinion, the Media and Power (4)
COM 443 Communication and Cultural Studies (4)

Design Electives:
ART 153     Beginning Drawing (4)
COM 204 Beginning Design (4)                                   ART 1201, 2201
COM 206 Intro to Graphic Design (4)                            GRA 1111, 1800 or 2101
ART 208     Beginning Photography (4)                          PGY 1401
COM 210 Beginning Digital Arts (4)                             ART 1222, GRA 1800 or 2101
COM 215 Graphic Arts (4)
COM 217 3D Computer Animation (4)
COM 277 Modern Art (4)
ART 308     Advanced Photography (4)
COM 310 Advanced Digital Arts (4)
ART 410     SP: Graphic Design (4)
COM 263 Web Design (4)
COM 280 Digital Imaging for Interactive Media (4)
COM 363 CD/DVD Design and Production (4)

Government and World Affairs Electives:
GWA 100 Intro to Government and World Affairs (4)              POS 1001
GWA 200 American Government (4)                                POS 2041
GWA 201 World Affairs (4)                                      INR 2002
GWA 202 International Political Economy (4)                    INR 4035
GWA 204 Intro to the Law and Legal System (4)
GWA 210 Urban Politics and Policy (4)
GWA 220 The Congress and the Presidency (4)
GWA 270 Research Methods for Gov‘t and World Affairs (4)
GWA 302     Modern Legal and Political Thought (4)
GWA 304     Public Policy Analysis (4)
GWA 426     Public Opinion, the Media, and Power (4)

Media Writing Electives:
COM 325 Writing for Broadcast News (4)
COM 346 Writing for Interactive Media (4)
COM 371 Journalism II (4)                                    JOU 3101
ENG 204    Advanced Composition (4)                          ENC 2301
WRI 200    Introduction to Creative Writing (4)              CRW 1000
WRI 234    Topics in Communications/Writing (4)
WRI 274    Creative Non-Fiction (4)
WRI 280    Business Writing (4)
WRI 281    Technical Writing (4)                             ENC 2210
WRI 285    Information Design (4)

Moving Image Electives:
COM 243 Production I (4)
COM 245 Production II (4)
COM 303 Studio Television I (4)
COM 333 Studio Television II (4)
COM 345 Production III (4)
COM 442 Producing for Motion Picture and Digital Media (4)

Internships/Independent Study Electives:
COM 354 Internship in Communication (1-4)
COM 399 Independent Study in Communication (1-4)
COM 499 Senior Project (1-4)

Other Suggested Electives:
SPE 200    Oral Communications (4)
SPE 208    Speech for the Business Professional (4)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:               Electronic Media Art and Technology
COLLEGE:             College of Arts and Letters
DEPARTMENT:          Communication
DEGREE:              Bachelor of Art
CONTACT:             Dr. Gregg Bachman, Professor/Chair
                     401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                     gbachman@ut.edu
                     (813) 253-3333 x3646

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements and MMC 2000.
GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE ELECTRONIC MEDIA ART AND TECHNOLOGY MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR AN ELECTRONIC MEDIA ART AND TECHNOLOGY MAJOR (60 hours)

Interdisciplinary Core:
ART 210           Beginning Digital Arts (4)                                        ART 1222, GRA 1800 or 2101
ART 310           Advanced Digital Arts (4)
COM 232           Visual Literacy (4)
COM 263*          Web Design (4)
COM 280           Digital Imaging for Interactive Media (4)
COM/WRI 346       Writing for Interactive Media (4)
COM 380           Culture, Society and Technology (4)
MUS 108           Intro to Recording and Electronic Music (3)
ITM 251           Visual Basic (3)                                                  COP 2121, 2171, 1820
ITM 261           Web Programming (3)
ART 499           Senior Project** (4)
OR
COM 499            Senior Project** (4)
OR
ITM 499            Senior Project** (4)
OR
MUS 499            Senior Project** (4)

*Can take COM 263 or COM 363 to satisfy core. If both are taken, one will count toward a COM elective.
**The senior project is discipline-specific, so only one of the 499s is taken, depending on the student‘s area of interest
and expertise, and requires a faculty advisor for the project.

Interdisciplinary Electives:
- Minimum of 18 additional credits from the following list of classes
- See specific areas for details on concentrations and minors
- No concentration must be fulfilled; any grouping of courses can be taken as per student interests and needs.

Art*
ART 153        Beginning Drawing (4)                                              ART1300
ART 202        Beginning Sculpture (4)                                            ART 2702
ART 204        Beginning Design (4)                                               ART 1201, 2201
ART 208        Beginning Photography (4)                                          PGY 1401
ART 217        3D Computer Animation (4)
ART 311        Online Production (4)
*Students may take no more than eight additional hours of art history to complete a concentration in art.

Communication*
COM 225      Writing for Electronic Communication (4)                               MMC 2100
COM 241      Introduction to Sound, Image and Motion (4)
COM 243      Production I (4)
COM 323      Frontiers of Telecommunication (4)
COM 343      Production II (4)
COM 363      CD / DVD Design and Production (4)
COM 382       Writing for Advertising and Public Relations (4)
COM 425       Information Technology and Human Values (4)
COM 442       Advanced Producing for Motion Picture and Digital Media (4)
*Complete 20 credits for a concentration in communication.

Music*
MUS 109       Recording and Synthesis Techniques (3)                                  MUM 1623
MUS 110       Piano I – Keyboarding (1)                                               MVK 1111
MUS 111       Piano II – Keyboarding (1)                                              MVK 1121
MUS 112       Musicianship I (1)                                                      MUT 1241
MUS 122       Music Theory I (3)                                                      MUT 1111
MUS 113       Musicianship II (1)                                                     MUT 1242
MUS 123       Music Theory II (3)                                                     MUT 1112
MUS 270       Music Composition (1-2) (total of 4 over two semesters preferred)
MUS 330       Audio in Media (3)
*Complete 18 credits for concentration in music.

Management Information Systems*
ITM 220          Information Technology (3)                                        ISM 3011
ITM 280          Data Communication Systems (3)                                    ISM 4220
ITM 318          Systems Analysis and Design I (3)                                 ISM 3113
ITM 335          Software Applications for Microcomputers (3)
Student may take any 300 level ITM class (3 credit hours) of specific student interest.
*Fulfills requirements for minor in Management Information Systems (MIS) upon completion of all 18 credits taken

Writing*
WRI 225        Writing for Electronic Communication (4)
WRI 285        Information Design (4)
WRI 382        Writing for Advertising and Public Relations (4)
*No concentration available in writing.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Criminology
COLLEGE:              College of Social Sciences, Math and Education
DEPARTMENT:           Criminology
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:              Dr. Philip Quinn, Associate Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      pquinn@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3329

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. If available, students may also complete Introduction to Criminology
(CCJ 1010), Introduction to Criminal Justice (CCJ 1020) and/or Juvenile Delinquency (CCJ 1500). NOTE: Law and
research courses taken at a community colleges are not equivalent in level to UT courses and, therefore, will not
transfer.
GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE MAJOR/PROGRAM OF STUDY
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A CRIMINOLOGY MAJOR (38 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                                                 State Equivalent Course
CRM 100 Introduction to Research and Writing in Criminology (1)
CRM 101 Introduction to Criminology (4)                                            CCJ 1010
CRM 102 Introduction to Criminal Justice (4)                                       CCJ 1020
CRM 405 Research Methods in Criminology (4)                                        CCJ 3701
CRM 499 Criminology Capstone Experience (1)

Criminology electives (24 minimum; 12 must be from 300-400 level courses. Transfer students must take 16 hours in
residence within the major. One course from categories A-C listed below and three additional elective courses.)

A. Behavioral Theory
CRM 210 Ethics in Justice (4)
CRM 212 Juvenile Delinquency (4)                                                   CCJ 1500
CRM 300 Victimology (4)
CRM 310 Abnormal Behavior and Criminality (4)
CRM 403 Drugs, Deviance and Crime (4)
CRM 406 Violence in America (4)
CRM 427 Death Penalty (4)

B. Organizational
CRM 200 Introduction to Law Enforcement (4)                                        CCJ 2400
CRM 203 Community Policing (4)
CRM 205 Community-Based Corrections (4)
CRM 206 Criminal Investigation (4)                                                 CJT 2110
CRM 307 Introduction to Forensic Science (4)
CRM 313 Introduction to Corrections (4)
CRM 321 Comparative Criminology (4)
CRM 400 Crime and Punishment: Current Controversies (4)

C. Law
CRM 311             Criminal and Court Procedure (4)
CRM 312             Criminal Law (4)
CRM 317             Expert Witness Testimony (4)
CRM 323             Correctional Law (4)
CRM/GWA 402         The Supreme Court (4)
CRM/GWA 404         Gender, Sexuality and the Law (4)
CRM/GWA 407         Constitutional Law, Race Relations and Civil Rights (4)
CRM/GWA 408         First Amendment and the Supreme Court (4)

D. Individual Study Courses
Those students who are planning to attend graduate or law school and meet the requirements outlined in the course
description portion of this catalog are encouraged to take one of the following courses:
CRM 401 Internship (4-16)
CRM 450      Independent Study (2-4)
CRM 451      Senior Thesis (4)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Economics
COLLEGE:              College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
DEPARTMENT:           Economics
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Arts
CONTACT:              Dr. Brian Kench, Assistant Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      bkench@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3867

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Students may also complete lower level economics and accounting
requirement. Equivalency information is listed in the Requirements for an Economics Major section below.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE ECONOMICS (BA) MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR AN ECONOMICS (BA) MAJOR (33 hours)

ECONOMICS MAJOR COURSES
University of Tampa Course                                                               State Course Equivalent
ECO 204      Principles of Microeconomics (3)                                      ECO 2023
ECO 205      Principles of Macroeconomics (3)                                      ECO 2013
ECO 320      Managerial Economics (3)                                              ECO 3100
ECO 321      Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis (3)                               ECO 3203
ECO 461      Seminar in Economics (3)
ACC 202      Financial Accounting (3)                                              ACG 2021
ITM 210      Managerial Statistics (3) OR                                          STA 2023
MAT 201 Introduction to Statistics (4)                                             STA 2022

Economics electives: select four Economics courses (12 credit hours) of any level.
UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Elementary Education
COLLEGE:              College of Social Sciences, Math and Education
DEPARTMENT:           Education
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Science
CONTACTS:             Dr. Hunter O'Hara, Associate Professor/Co-Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      hohara@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x6229
                      Dr. Theoni Soublis-Smyth, Assistant Professor/Co-Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      tsoublis@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3423

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements (see Table of Contents), and Foundations of American Education (State
course equivalent=EDF 1005). Elementary Education majors should take a music course (MUT 1001, MVK 1811,
MVK 111 or MUT 1121). This course is a prerequisite for EDU 231 and will count towards the Humanities/Fine Arts
general distribution requirement.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM
Students planning to enter teacher education programs must apply after they have completed at least 30 credit hours.
Transfer students seeking to apply should do so immediately upon acceptance to the University. The Application for
Admission to Teacher Education must be completed and returned to UT‘s Department of Education in November for
spring admission consideration and in April for fall admission consideration. To enroll in 300-400 level education
courses, students must be accepted into the teacher education program, unless they are transfer students with permission
granted by the department chair. Based upon an intensive review, the Teacher Education Review Committee may
recommend or deny admission to the program.

Each semester the Department of Education monitors the GPAs of students who have been admitted to teacher
education. Continued professional standing is granted with maintenance of the following:

         1.   Minimum 2.5 GPA in the major(s)
         2. Minimum 2.5 GPA overall
REQUIREMENTS FOR AN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION MAJOR (77 hours)
Major courses:
EDU 200 Foundations of American Education (3)                                                    EDF 1005
EDU 201 Learning Theories and Individual Differences in Education (3)                            EDP 2002, 2200
EDU 203 Technology in Education (2)                                                              EME 2040
EDU 205     Creativity and the Learning Environment (3)
EDU 301     Teaching Practicum I: TESOL (2)
EDU 304     TESOL I: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages I (3)
EDU 314     Emerging Literacy: Birth to Eight Years (3)
EDU 315     Teaching Literature and Language Arts in the Elementary School (3)
EDU 316     Developmental Reading (3)
EDU 326     Educational Assessment (3)
EDU 327     Teaching Art in the Elementary School (2)
EDU 328     Teaching Music in the Elementary School (2)
EDU 329     Teaching Physical Education and Health in the Elementary School (2)
EDU 330     Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary School (3)
EDU 331     Teaching Science in the Elementary School (3)
EDU 332     Teaching Social Studies in the Elementary School (3)
EDU 333     Teaching in the Inclusive Classroom (3)
EDU 404     TESOL II: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages II (3)
EDU 417     Diagnosis and Remediation of Reading Problems in the Elementary School (3)
EDU 426     Teaching Intermediate Elementary Mathematics (3)
EDU 441     Classroom Management (3)
EDU 442     Learner Diversity and Cross-Cultural Understanding (3)
EDU 443     Teaching Practicum II: Elementary (4)
EDU 444     Teaching Practicum III: Seminar Final Internship (2)
EDU 445     Teaching Practicum III: Elementary Final Internship (10)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Secondary Education – Biology
COLLEGE:              College of Social Sciences, Math and Education
DEPARTMENT:           Education
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Science
CONTACTS:             Dr. Hunter O'Hara, Associate Professor/Co-Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      hohara@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x6229
                      Dr. Theoni Soublis-Smyth, Assistant Professor/Co-Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      tsoublis@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3423

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements (see Table of Contents), and Foundations of American Education (State
course equivalent=EDF 1005).

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM
Students planning to enter teacher education programs must apply after they have completed at least 30 credit hours.
Transfer students seeking to apply should do so immediately upon acceptance to the University. The Application for
Admission to Teacher Education must be completed and returned to UT‘s Department of Education in November for
spring admission consideration and in April for fall admission consideration. To enroll in 300-400 level education
courses, students must be accepted into the teacher education program, unless they are transfer students with permission
granted by the department chair. Based upon an intensive review, the Teacher Education Review Committee may
recommend or deny admission to the program.

Each semester the Department of Education monitors the GPAs of students who have been admitted to teacher
education. Continued professional standing is granted with maintenance of the following:

        1.   Minimum 2.5 GPA in the major(s)
        2. Minimum 2.5 GPA overall
REQUIREMENTS FOR A SECONDARY EDUCATION-BIOLOGY MAJOR (86 hours)
EDU 200 Foundations of American Education (3)                         EDF 1005
EDU 201 Learning Theories and Individual Differences in Education (3) EDP 2002, 2200
EDU 203 Technology in Education (2)                                   EME 2040
EDU 304 TESOL I: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (3)
EDU 306 Teaching Reading in the Secondary Content Areas (3)
EDU 310 Teaching Science in the Secondary Schools (4)
EDU 326 Educational Assessment (3)
EDU 333 Teaching in the Inclusive Classroom (3)
EDU 401 Teaching Practicum II: Secondary (4)
EDU 407 Teaching Practicum III: Secondary Final Internship (10)
EDU 441 Classroom Management (3)
EDU 442 Learner Diversity and Cross-Cultural Understanding (3)
EDU 444 Teaching Practicum III Seminar: Final Internship (2)

University of Tampa Course                                                              State Course Equivalent
BIO 203        Biological Diversity (4)                                           BSC 1011 w/lab
BIO 204        Biological Unity (4)                                               BSC 1010 w/lab
BIO 228        Biology of Plants (4) OR                                           BOT 3373 w/lab
MAR 327* Marine Biology (4)                                                       BOT 5185 w/lab
BIO 300        Genetics (4) OR                                                    PCB 3063 w/lab
BIO 320        Molecular Genetics (4)                                             PCB 1511 w/lab
BIO 330        General Physiology (4)                                             PCB 3712 w/lab
CHE 152        General Chemistry I (3)                                            CHM 2045
CHE 153        General Chemistry Lab I (1)                                        CHM 2045L
CHE 154        General Chemistry II (3)                                           CHM 2046
CHE 155        General Chemistry Lab II (1)                                       CHM 2046L

Choose one ecology course from the following:
BIO 212     Ecology (4)                                                           PCB 3043 w/lab
BIO 242     Introduction to Environmental Science Policy (4)                      BSC 4057 w/lab
MAR 222 Marine Ecology (4)
BIO 346     Conservation Biology (4)
MAR 301 Physical Oceanography (4)
BIO 400     Evolution (4)

Choose one organismal course from the following:
BIO 220        Behavioral Biology (4)
BIO 224        Invertebrate Zoology (4)                                            ZOO 3205 w/lab
BIO 225        Vertebrate Zoology (4)                                              ZOO 2303 w/lab
BIO 250        Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (4)
BIO 317        Parasitology (4)                                                    ZOO 4233 w/lab
MAR 226        Marine Zoology (4)
BIO 340        Ichthyology (4)                                                     ZOO 5456 w/lab
MAR 327*       Marine Botany (4)                                                   BOT 5185 w/lab

*Note: MAR 327 requires selection of MAR 222 from the ecology elective area. MAR 327 cannot serve as an
organismal elective if taken in substitution for BIO 228.

Choose one molecular/cellular course from the following:
BIO 307     Microbiology (4)                                                       MCB 3030 w/lab
BIO 310     Developmental Biology (4)                                              PCB 5256 w/lab
BIO 350     Cell Biology (4)                                                       PCB 3023 w/lab
BIO 360     Immunology (4)                                                         PCB 4235 w/lab




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Secondary Education – English
COLLEGE:              College of Social Sciences, Math and Education
DEPARTMENT:           Education
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Science
CONTACTS:             Dr. Hunter O'Hara, Associate Professor/Co-Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      hohara@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x6229
                      Dr. Theoni Soublis-Smyth, Assistant Professor/Co-Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      tsoublis@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3423

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements (see Table of Contents), and Foundations of American Education (State
course equivalent=EDF 1005).

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM
Students planning to enter teacher education programs must apply after they have completed at least 30 credit hours.
Transfer students seeking to apply should do so immediately upon acceptance to the University. The Application for
Admission to Teacher Education must be completed and returned to UT‘s Department of Education in November for
spring admission consideration and in April for fall admission consideration. To enroll in 300-400 level education
courses, students must be accepted into the teacher education program, unless they are transfer students with permission
granted by the department chair. Based upon an intensive review, the Teacher Education Review Committee may
recommend or deny admission to the program.

Each semester the Department of Education monitors the GPAs of students who have been admitted to teacher
education. Continued professional standing is granted with maintenance of the following:

         1.   Minimum 2.5 GPA in the major(s)
         2.   Minimum 2.5 GPA overall

REQUIREMENTS FOR A SECONDARY EDUCATION-ENGLISH MAJOR (83 hours)
EDU 200 Foundations of American Education (3)                            EDF 1005
EDU 201 Learning Theories and Individual Differences in Education (3)    EDP 2002, 2200
EDU 203 Technology in Education (2)                                      EME 2040
EDU 300 Teaching Language Arts in the Secondary Schools (4)
EDU 301 Teaching Practicum I: TESOL (2)
EDU 304 TESOL I: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (3)
EDU 306 Teaching Reading in Secondary Content Areas (3)
EDU 326 Educational Assessment (3)
EDU 333 Teaching in the Inclusive Classroom (3)
EDU 401 Teaching Practicum II: Secondary (4)
EDU 404 TESOL II: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages II (3)
EDU 407 Teaching Practicum III: Secondary Final Internship (10)
EDU 441 Classroom Management (3)
EDU 442 Learner Diversity and Cross-Cultural Understanding (3)
EDU 444 Teaching Practicum III Seminar: Final Internship (2)

University of Tampa Course                                                               State Course Equivalent
ENG 201      World Literature (4)                                                 LIT 2110

Choose one of the following courses:
ENG 204     Advanced Composition (4)                                              ENC 2301
WRI 274     Creative Non-Fiction (4)
WRI 200     Intro to Creative Writing (4)                                         CRW 1000

Choose one of the following courses:
ENG 205     Advanced English Grammar (4)
ENG 210     Basic Linguistics (4)

Choose three of the following courses:
ENG 206      British Literature I (4)                                             ENL 2013
ENG 207      British Literature II (4)                                            ENL 2023
ENG 208      American Literature I (4)                                            AML 2010
ENG 209      American Literature II (4)                                           AML 2022

Choose two 300+ level English literature courses.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Secondary Education – Mathematics
COLLEGE:              College of Social Sciences, Math and Education
DEPARTMENT:           Education
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Science
CONTACTS:             Dr. Hunter O'Hara, Associate Professor/Co-Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      hohara@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x6229
                      Dr. Theoni Soublis-Smyth, Assistant Professor/Co-Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      tsoublis@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3423

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements (see Table of Contents), and Foundations of American Education (State
course equivalent=EDF 1005).

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM
Students planning to enter teacher education programs must apply after they have completed at least 30 credit hours.
Transfer students seeking to apply should do so immediately upon acceptance to the University. The Application for
Admission to Teacher Education must be completed and returned to UT‘s Department of Education in November for
spring admission consideration and in April for fall admission consideration. To enroll in 300-400 level education
courses, students must be accepted into the teacher education program, unless they are transfer students with permission
granted by the department chair. Based upon an intensive review, the Teacher Education Review Committee may
recommend or deny admission to the program.

Each semester the Department of Education monitors the GPAs of students who have been admitted to teacher
education. Continued professional standing is granted with maintenance of the following:

         1.   Minimum 2.5 GPA in the major(s)
         2. Minimum 2.5 GPA overall
REQUIREMENTS FOR A SECONDARY EDUCATION-MATHEMATICS MAJOR (83 hours)
EDU 200 Foundations of American Education (3)                         EDF 1005
EDU 201 Learning Theories and Individual Differences in Education (3) EDP 2002, 2200
EDU 203 Technology in Education (2)                                   EME 2040
EDU 304 TESOL I: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (3)
EDU 306 Teaching Reading in Secondary Content Areas (3)
EDU 311 Teaching Mathematics in the Secondary Schools (4)
EDU 326 Educational Assessment (3)
EDU 333 Teaching in the Inclusive Classroom (3)
EDU 401 Teaching Practicum II: Secondary (4)
EDU 407 Teaching Practicum III: Secondary Final Internship (10)
EDU 441 Classroom Management (3)
EDU 442 Learner Diversity and Cross-Cultural Understanding (3)
EDU 444 Teaching Practicum III Seminar: Final Internship (2)

University of Tampa                                                                        State Course Equivalent
MAT 260      Calculus I (4)                                                        MAC 2311
MAT 261      Calculus II (4)                                                       MAC 2312
MAT 262      Calculus III (4)                                                      MAC 2313
MAT 299      Introduction to Higher Mathematics (4)
MAT 310      Probability and Mathematical Statistics (4)
MAT 490      Senior Seminar (1)

Choose one of the following courses:
MAT 308 Linear Algebra (4)                                                         MAS 3105
MAT 420 Modern Abstract Algebra (4)

Choose three of the following courses:
MAT 300 Differential Equations (4)                                                 MAP 4302
MAT 301 Discrete Mathematics (4)                                                   COT 3100
MAT 401 Real Analysis (4)
MAT 410 Complex Analysis (4)
MAT 499 Selected Topics (4)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Secondary Education – Social Sciences
COLLEGE:              College of Social Sciences, Math and Education
DEPARTMENT:           Education
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Science
CONTACTS:             Dr. Hunter O'Hara, Associate Professor/Co-Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      hohara@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x6229
                      Dr. Theoni Soublis-Smyth, Assistant Professor/Co-Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      tsoublis@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3423

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements (see Table of Contents), and Foundations of American Education (State
course equivalent=EDF 1005).

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM
Students planning to enter teacher education programs must apply after they have completed at least 30 credit hours.
Transfer students seeking to apply should do so immediately upon acceptance to the University. The Application for
Admission to Teacher Education must be completed and returned to UT‘s Department of Education in November for
spring admission consideration and in April for fall admission consideration. To enroll in 300-400 level education
courses, students must be accepted into the teacher education program, unless they are transfer students with permission
granted by the department chair. Based upon an intensive review, the Teacher Education Review Committee may
recommend or deny admission to the program.

Each semester the Department of Education monitors the GPAs of students who have been admitted to teacher
education. Continued professional standing is granted with maintenance of the following:

        1.   Minimum 2.5 GPA in the major(s)
        2. Minimum 2.5 GPA overall
REQUIREMENTS FOR A SECONDARY EDUCATION-SOCIAL SCIENCES MAJOR (85 hours)
EDU 200 Foundations of American Education (3)                         EDF 1005
EDU 201 Learning Theories and Individual Differences in Education (3) EDP 2002, 2200
EDU 203 Technology in Education (2)                                   EME 2040
EDU 304 TESOL I: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (3)
EDU 306 Teaching Reading in Secondary Content Areas (3)
EDU 308 Teaching Social Studies in the Secondary Schools (4)
EDU 326 Educational Assessment (3)
EDU 333 Teaching in the Inclusive Classroom (3)
EDU 401 Teaching Practicum II: Secondary (4)
EDU 407 Teaching Practicum III: Secondary Final Internship (10)
EDU 441 Classroom Management (3)
EDU 442 Learner Diversity and Cross-Cultural Understanding (3)
EDU 444 Teaching Practicum III Seminar: Final Internship (2)

University of Tampa Course                                                              State Course Equivalent
PSY 200      General Psychology (4)                                               PSY 2012
HIS 102      World History to 1500 (4) OR                                         WOH 2012
HIS 103      World History from 1500 to Present (4)                               WOH 2022
HIS 202      The United States to 1877 (4) OR                                     AMH 1010
HIS 203      The United States Since 1877 (4)                                     AMH 1020
ECO 204      Principles of Microeconomics (3) OR                                  ECO 2023
ECO 205      Principles of Macroeconomics (3)                                     ECO 2013

Choose one of the following government courses:
GWA 200 American Government (4)                                                   POS 1041
GWA 202 International Political Economy (4)                                       INR 4035
GWA 210 Urban Politics and Policy (4)
GWA 220 Congress and the Presidency (4)
GWA 402 Constitutional Law and the Supreme Court (4)

Choose one of the following world history courses:
HIS 214     Russia‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 222     Fascism and Nazi Germany (4)
HIS 224     Russia and the West (4)
HIS 230     The Balkans: the Powder Keg of Europe (4)
HIS 260     The Holocaust (4)
HIS 300     The Middle East (4)
HIS 305     The Ancient World (4)
HIS 309     England and her Celtic Neighbors (4)
HIS 310     England‘s Emergence as a World Power since 1780 (4)
HIS 413     The Era of World War I (4)
HIS 414     The Era of World War II (4)
Choose one of the following American history courses:
HIS 205     Indians/Native Americans of North America (4)
HIS 206     Slavery and Racism in the Early Americas (4)
HIS 215     Women in American History (4)
HIS 216     Economic History of the United States (4)
HIS 225     The Age of the Civil War (4)
HIS 296     America and Vietnam (4)
HIS 321     Revolutionary America (4)

Choose one of the following history courses:
HIS 110     World Civilization: Africa and the West (4)
HIS 217     China‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 221     Japan‘s Modern Centuries (4)
HIS 300*    The Middle East (4)
HIS 307     Modern Far East (4)
HIS 313     Latin America (4)                                                      LAH 1093, 2020, or 3002
* May take HIS 300 if not used for world history elective.

Choose one of the following geography courses:
GEO 102     World Geographical Problems (4)                                        GEA 2000
GEO 202     Physical Geography (4)                                                 GEO 2200
GEO 205     Principles of Resource Utilization (4)
GEO 207     Economic Geography (4)                                                 GEO 4502

History elective: choose one 300+ History course that is not in conflict with any above choices.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                English
COLLEGE:              College of Arts and Letters
DEPARTMENT:           English and Writing
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Arts
CONTACT:              Dr. Andy Solomon, Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      asolomon@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3358

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Students may also complete lower division literature requirements.
Equivalency information is listed in the Requirements for an English Major section below.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE ENGLISH MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR AN ENGLISH MAJOR (44 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                                               State Course Equivalent
ENG 201 World Literature (4)                                                      LIT 2110

Select three of the following courses:
ENG 206 British Literature I (4)                                                  ENL 2013
ENG 207 British Literature II (4)                                                 ENL 2023
ENG 208 American Literature I (4)                                                 AML 2010
ENG 209 American Literature II (4)                                                AML 2022

One major authors course or specific period or genre course from:
ENG 300        The Romantic Writers (4)
ENG 301        The Victorian Writers (4)
ENG 303        Modern Poetry (4)
ENG 309-311 Advanced Drama (4)
ENG 318-322 Fiction (4)
ENG 324        Post-Colonial Literature & Theory (4)
ENG 325        The Eighteenth Century (4)
ENG 334        The Medieval Vision (4)
ENG 335        English Renaissance Literature (4)
ENG 340-344 Major Poets (4)
ENG 360-365 Major Authors (4)

English Electives: 24 semester hours

At least 20 semester hours of credit must be completed in English courses numbered 300 or above. One appropriate
writing class (WRI 200, 210, 240, 247, 250, 255, 260, 351, 361, 362, 427, 450 or 460) may be used to count toward the
English major. One 100-level literature course (ENG 117, 121, 125, 126, 140 or 170) also may be used to count toward
the major or minor. ENG 100, 101, 102, 110 and 111 may not be used toward an English major.

The department recommends that all students include in their program at least one non-western, multi-ethnic, or
women‘s literature course.

Graduating English majors must submit a portfolio of their best writing, including work from each year and an
introductory reflective essay, for evaluation by department faculty.

Students who are pursuing education degrees must consult the education section of this catalog for a complete listing of
course requirements, as well as the sequence in which to take these courses.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Writing
COLLEGE:              College of Arts and Letters
DEPARTMENT:           English and Writing
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Arts
CONTACT:              Dr. Andy Solomon, Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      asolomon@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3358

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE WRITING MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.


REQUIREMENTS FOR A WRITING MAJOR (48 hours)
Forty-eight semester hours of credit consisting of 32 semester hours in writing courses and 16 semester hours in
literature courses (8 hours at the 200-level and 8 hours at the 300-level or above). Courses are selected in consultation
with the writing advisor. Literature courses used to fulfill the writing major or minor may also count toward an English
major or minor. Writing courses cross-listed (or equivalent) with communication courses may count toward the writing
major or minor and the communication major or minor. ENG 101 and 102 may not count toward the writing major or
minor.

Writing majors emphasizing creative writing should build individual programs from the courses listed below, and are
encouraged to include at least one course from the professional writing group:
WRI 200        Introduction to Creative Writing (4)                            CRW 1000
WRI 210        Writing as a Means of Self-Discovery (4)
WRI 240        Writing Drama (4)
WRI 247        Dramatic Writing for Radio—Alternative Performance (4)
WRI 250        Poetry Writing I (4)
WRI 255        Poetic Forms (4)
WRI 260        Fiction Writing I (4)
WRI 274        Creative Nonfiction (4)
WRI 351        Poetry Writing II (4)
WRI 361        Fiction Writing II (4)
WRI 362        Seminar in Creative Writing (4)
WRI 427        Practicum in Teaching Creative Writing to Children (4)
WRI 450        Seminar in Poetry Writing (4)
WRI 460        Seminar in Fiction Writing (4)

Writing majors emphasizing professional writing should build individual programs from the courses listed below, and
are encouraged to include at least one course from the creative writing group:
WRI 225         Writing for Electronic Communication (4)
WRI 234         Research Methods in Journalism (4)
WRI 271         Journalism I (4)                                               JOU 2100
WRI 371         Journalism II (4)
WRI 280         Business Writing (4)                                           ENC 3250
WRI 281         Technical Writing (4)                                          ENC 2210
WRI 285         Information Design (4)
WRI 325         Writing for Broadcast News (4)
WRI 340         Screenwriting (4)
WRI 346         Writing for Interactive Media (4)
WRI 382          Writing for Advertising and Public Relations (4)
WRI 485-489      Directed Professional Writing (1-4)
WRI 495          Writing Internship (4)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                   Exercise Science and Sport Studies
COLLEGE:                 College of Natural and Health Sciences
DEPARTMENT:              Exercise Science and Sport Studies
DEGREE:                  Bachelor of Science
CONCENTRATION:           Adult Fitness
CONTACT:                 Dr. J.C. Andersen, Assistant Professor/Chair
                         401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                         jcandersen@ut.edu
                         (813) 253-3333, x3127

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. If possible complete lower division required courses. Equivalency
information is included in the section below.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE EXERCISE SCIENCE AND SPORT STUDIES MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR AN EXERCISE SCIENCE AND SPORT STUDIES MAJOR WITH AN ADULT
FITNESS CONCENTRATION (52 hours)
University of Tampa                                                          State Course Equivalent
ESC 105      Bio-Kinetics and Conditioning (2)                         PEM 1102
ESC 110      Introduction to Exercise Science and Sport Studies (2)    HLP 2000
ESC 150      First Aid (2)                                             HSC 2400
ESC 151      Swimming (1)                                              PEN 1121
ESC 270      The Prevention and Care of Sports Injuries (3)            PET 2622
ESC 280      Corporate Fitness (3)
ESC 312      Dance/Rhythmics (3)
ESC 330      Motor Development and Skill Aquisition (3)
ESC 340      Applied Kinesiology (3)
ESC 380      Exercise Testing and Prescription (3)
ESC 400      Adaptive Physical Education (3)
ESC 411      Recreation Leadership and Administration (2)
ESC 412      Organization and Administration of Physical Education (3)
ESC 450      Physical Education Tests and Measurements (3)
ESC 460      Physiology of Exercise (3)
HSC 100      Health Science (2)                                                    HSC 2100
HSC 203      Nutrition (3)                                                         HUN 2201
HSC 230      Human Anatomy and Physiology (3) OR                                   BSC 1085
HSC 220      Functional Anatomy and Physiology (3)
ESC 372      Exercise Leadership (2)


Professional Activity Courses. Select 3 hours from the following:
ESC 200      Methods of Teaching Tennis (1)
ESC 240      Lifetime Sports (2)
ESC 252      Gymnastics (3)
ESC 320      Coaching and Teaching of Football and Wrestling (2)
ESC 321      Coaching and Teaching of Baseball, Basketball and Softball (2)
ESC 322      Coaching and Teaching of Volleyball and Track and Field (2)
ESC 323      Coaching and Teaching of Soccer and Field Hockey (2)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                   Exercise Science and Sport Studies
COLLEGE:                 College of Natural and Health Sciences
DEPARTMENT:              Exercise Science and Sport Studies
DEGREE:                  Bachelor of Science
CONCENTRATION:           Allied Health (Pre-Professional)
CONTACT:                 Dr. J.C. Andersen, Assistant Professor/Chair
                         401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                         jcandersen@ut.edu
                         (813) 253-3333, x3127

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. If possible complete lower division required courses. Equivalency
information is included in the section below.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE EXERCISE SCIENCE AND SPORT STUDIES MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR AN EXERCISE SCIENCE AND SPORT STUDIES MAJOR WITH A
CONCENTRATION IN ALLIED HEALTH (PRE-PROFESSIONAL) (64 hours)
University of Tampa                                              State Course Equivalent
HSC 100             Health Science (2)                     HSC 2100
HSC 120             Intro to Allied Health Professions (2)
HSC 130              Medical Terminology (1)                                       HSC 1531
HSC 150              Emergency Response (3)
HSC 203              Nutrition (3)                                                 HUN 2201
HSC 230              Human Anatomy and Physiology I (3)                            BSC 1085
HSC 234              Human Anatomy and Physiology I – Lab (1)                      BSC 1085L
HSC 231              Human Anatomy and Physiology II (3)                           BSC 1086
HSC 235              Human Anatomy and Physiology II – Lab (1)                     BSC 1086L
ESC 270              The Prevention and Care of Sports Injuries (3)                PET 2622
ESC 330              Motor Development and Skill Acquisition (3)
ESC 340              Applied Kinesiology (3)
ESC 380              Exercise Testing and Prescription (3)
ESC 400              Adaptive Physical Education (3)
ESC 460              Physiology of Exercise (3)
BIO 203              Biological Diversity (4)
BIO 204              Biological Unity (4)
CHE 152              General Chemistry I (3)
CHE 153              General Chemistry I – Lab (1)
PSY 200              General Psychology (4)                                        PSY 2012
PSY 211/HSC 350      Statistics and Experimental Methods I/Biostatistics (4/3)     PSY 3204/
PSY 250              Health Psychology (4)
PSY 220              Fundamentals of Biopsychology and Learning (4)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                   Exercise Science and Sport Studies
COLLEGE:                 College of Natural and Health Sciences
DEPARTMENT:              Exercise Science and Sport Studies
DEGREE:                  Bachelor of Science
CONCENTRATION:           Athletic Training
CONTACT:                 Dr. J.C. Andersen, Assistant Professor/Chair
                         401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                         jcandersen@ut.edu
                         (813) 253-3333, x3127

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. If possible complete lower division required courses. Equivalency
information is included in the section below.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE EXERCISE SCIENCE AND SPORT STUDIES MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.
REQUIREMENTS FOR AN EXERCISE SCIENCE AND SPORT STUDIES MAJOR WITH A
CONCENTRATION IN ATHLETIC TRAINING (63 hours)
University of Tampa                                                              State Course Equivalent
HSC 100          Health Science (2)                                        HSC 2100
HSC 203          Nutrition (3)                                             HUN 2201
HSC 120          Introduction to Allied Health (2) OR
ESC 110          Introduction to Exercise Science and Sport Studies (2) OR HLP 2000
HSC 236          Introduction to Public Health (3)
HSC 130          Medical Terminology (1)                                   HSC 1531
HSC 150          Emergency Response (3)
HSC 230          Human Anatomy and Physiology I (3)                        BSC 1085
HSC 231          Human Anatomy and Physiology II (3)                       BSC 1086
HSC 234          Human Anatomy and Physiology I – Lab (1)                  BSC 1085L
HSC 235          Human Anatomy and Physiology II – Lab (1)                 BSC 1086L
HSC 371          Fundamentals of Pharmacology (3)
ESC 105          Biokinetics and Conditioning (2)                          PEM 1102
ESC 270          The Prevention and Care of Injuries (3)                   PET 2622
ESC 330          Motor Development and Skill Acquisition (3)
ESC 340          Applied Kinesiology (3)
ESC 460          Physiology of Exercise (3)
ATT 175          Practicum in Athletic Training I (1-2)
ATT 274          Assessment of Musculoskeletal Injury (3)
ATT 275          Practicum in Athletic Training II (1-2)
ATT 276          Practicum in Athletic Training III (1-2)
ATT 370          Medical and Surgical Aspects of Athletic Training (3)
ATT 373          Therapeutic Modalities (3)
ATT 374          Therapeutic Exercise (3)
ATT 375          Practicum in Athletic Training IV (1-2)
ATT 376          Practicum in Athletic Training V (1-2)
ATT 475          Supervised Clinical Education in Athletic Training (2)
ATT 476          Supervised Clinical Education in Athletic Training II (2)
ATT 495          Professional Topics in Athletic Training (3)
ESC 380          Exercise Testing and Prescription (3) OR
SPM 397          Legal Issues and Risk Management in Sport (3)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Exercise Science and Sport Studies
COLLEGE:              College of Natural and Health Sciences
DEPARTMENT:           Exercise Science and Sport Studies
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Science
CONCENTRATION:        Physical Education (K-12)
CONTACT:              Dr. J.C. Andersen, Assistant Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      jcandersen@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333, x3127

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. If possible complete lower division required courses. Equivalency
information is included in the section below.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM
Students planning to enter teacher education programs must apply after they have completed at least 30 credit hours.
Transfer students seeking to apply should do so immediately upon acceptance to the University. The Application for
Admission to Teacher Education must be completed and returned to UT‘s Department of Education in November for
spring admission consideration and in April for fall admission consideration. To enroll in 300-400 level education
courses, students must be accepted into the teacher education program, unless they are transfer students with permission
granted by the department chair. Based upon an intensive review, the Teacher Education Review Committee may
recommend or deny admission to the program.

Each semester the Department of Education monitors the GPAs of students who have been admitted to teacher
education. Continued professional standing is granted with maintenance of the following:

         1.   Minimum 2.5 GPA in the major(s)
         2. Minimum 2.5 GPA overall
REQUIREMENTS FOR A EXERCISE SCIENCE AND SPORT STUDIES MAJOR WITH A
CONCENTRATION IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION (K-12) (83 hours)
Physical Education Core requirements:
University of Tampa Course                                        State Course Equivalent
ESC 105 Bio-Kinetics and Conditioning (2)                          PEM 1102
ESC 110 Introduction to Exercise Science and Sport Studies (2)     HLP 2000
ESC 150 First Aid (2)                                              HSC 2400
ESC 151 Swimming (1)                                               PEN 1121
ESC 200 Methods of Teaching Tennis (1)
ESC 240 Lifetime Sports (2)
ESC 312 Dance/Rhythmics (3)
ESC 270 The Prevention and Care of Sports Injuries (3)             PET 2622
ESC 330 Motor Development and Skill Acquisition (3)
ESC 340 Applied Kinesiology (3)
ESC 372 Principles of Exercise Leadership (2)
ESC 400 Adaptive Physical Education (3)
ESC 412 Organization and Administration of Physical Education (3)
ESC 450 Physical Education Tests and Measurement (3)
ESC 460 Physiology of Exercise (3)
HSC 100 Health Science (2)                                         HSC 2100
HSC 230 Human Anatomy and Physiology (3) OR                        BSC 1085
HSC 220 Functional Anatomy (3)

Select two courses from the following:
ESC 320 Coaching and Teaching of Football and Wrestling (2)
ESC 321 Coaching and Teaching of Baseball, Basketball and Softball (2)
ESC 322 Coaching and Teaching of Volleyball and Track and Field (2)
ESC 323 Coaching and Teaching of Soccer and Field Hockey (2)

Education Courses:
EDU 200     Foundations of American Education (3)                                  EDF 1005
EDU 201     Learning Theories & Individual Differences in Education (3)            EDP 2002, 2200
EDU 304     TESOL I (3)
EDU 306     Teaching Reading in Secondary Content Areas (3)
EDU 329     Teaching PE and Health in Elementary School (2)
EDU 377     Elementary Curriculum/Practicum (2)
EDU 425     Teaching Middle and Secondary School Physical Education (4)
EDU 442     Learning Diversity and Cross-Cultural Understanding (3)
EDU 441     Classroom Management (3)
EDU 444     Teaching Practicum III Seminar Final Internship(2)
EDU 406     Teaching Practicum III: Elem. & Secondary Final Internship (10)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Sport Management
COLLEGE:              College of Natural and Health Sciences
DEPARTMENT:           Exercise Science and Sport Studies
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:              Dr. J.C. Andersen, Assistant Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      jcandersen@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333, x3127

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. If possible complete lower division required courses. Equivalency
information is included in the section below.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE SPORT MANAGEMENT MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A SPORT MANAGEMENT MAJOR (59 hours)
ACC 202   Financial Accounting Information (3)
ACC 203   Managerial Accounting (3)
ECO 204   Principles of Microeconomics (3)
ECO 205   Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
SPM 290   Introduction to Sport Management (3)
SPM 385   Media Relations/Communication in Sport (3)
SPM 390   Financial Issues in Sport (3)
SPM 393   Stadium and Arena Management (3)
SPM 395   Sport Marketing/Fund Raising (3)
SPM 397   Legal Issues and Risk Management in Sport (3)
SPM 412           Administration of Sport and Physical Education (3)
SPM 425           Professional Selling in Sport (3)
SPM 475           History of Modern Olympic Games (4)
SPM 491           Seminar in Sport Management (3)
SPM 493           Venue and Event Management (4)
SPM 495           Internship in Sport Management (12)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                   Government and World Affairs
COLLEGE:                 College of Social Sciences, Math and Education
DEPARTMENT:              Government, History and Sociology
DEGREE:                  Bachelor of Arts
CONCENTRATION:           General – Government and World Affairs
CONTACT:                 Dr. Robert Kerstein, Professor/Chair
                         401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                         bkerstein@ut.edu
                         (813) 253-3333 x3408

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Students may also complete lower level political science requirements.
Equivalency information is included in the chart below.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE GOVERNMENT AND WORLD AFFAIRS MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A GOVERNMENT AND WORLD AFFAIRS MAJOR WITH A GENERAL
CONCENTRATION (40 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                     State Course Equivalent
GWA 100 Introduction to Government and World Affairs (4) POS 1001
GWA 200 American Government (4)                          POS 1041
GWA 201 World Affairs (4)                                INR 2002
GWA 270 Research Methods (4)

General: Government & World Affairs
In addition to GWA 100, 200, 201 and 270, students must select 24 additional GWA credit hours. At least 16 credit
hours must be taken at the 300 level or above. GWA 440 does not fulfill credit hours toward the GWA major.
UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                   Government and World Affairs
COLLEGE:                 College of Social Sciences, Math and Education
DEPARTMENT:              Government, History and Sociology
DEGREE:                  Bachelor of Arts
CONCENTRATION:           American Government
CONTACT:                 Dr. Robert Kerstein, Professor/Chair
                         401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                         bkerstein@ut.edu
                         (813) 253-3333 x3408

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Students may also complete lower level political science requirements.
Equivalency information is included in the chart below.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE GOVERNMENT AND WORLD AFFAIRS MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A GOVERNMENT AND WORLD AFFAIRS MAJOR WITH AN AMERICAN
GOVERNMENT CONCENTRATION (40 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                     State Course Equivalent
GWA 100 Introduction to Government and World Affairs (4) POS 1001
GWA 200 American Government (4)                          POS 1041
GWA 201 World Affairs (4)                                INR 2002
GWA 270 Research Methods (4)

American Government
Students select 24 credit hours from the following. At least 16 credit hours must be taken at the 300 level or above.
GWA 204 Introduction to Law and the Legal System (4)
GWA 207 The Urban World (4)
GWA 210 Urban Politics and Policy (4)
GWA 220 Congress and the Presidency (4)
GWA 302 Modern Legal and Political Thought (4)
GWA 303 The Politics and History of Tampa (4)
GWA 304 Public Policy Analysis (4)
GWA 426 Public Opinion, the Media and Power (4)
UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008

MAJOR:                   Government and World Affairs
COLLEGE:                 College of Social Sciences, Math and Education
DEPARTMENT:              Government, History and Sociology
DEGREE:                  Bachelor of Arts
CONCENTRATION:           Law and Government
CONTACT:                 Dr. Robert Kerstein, Professor/Chair
                         401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                         bkerstein@ut.edu
                         (813) 253-3333 x3408

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Students may also complete lower level political science requirements.
Equivalency information is included in the chart below.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE GOVERNMENT AND WORLD AFFAIRS MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A GOVERNMENT AND WORLD AFFAIRS MAJOR WITH A CONCENTRATION
IN LAW AND GOVERNMENT (40 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                     State Course Equivalent
GWA 100 Introduction to Government and World Affairs (4) POS 1001
GWA 200 American Government (4)                          POS 1041
GWA 201 World Affairs (4)                                INR 2002
GWA 270 Research Methods (4)

Law and Government
Students select 24 credit hours from the following. At least 16 credit hours must be taken at the 300 level or above.
GWA 204 Introduction to Law and the Legal System (4) (required)
GWA 302 Modern Legal and Political Thought (4)
GWA 402 Constitutional Law and the Supreme Court (4)
GWA 408 The First Amendment and the Supreme Court (4)
GWA 409 Comparative Legal Systems: Western Europe (4)
GWA 410 International Law (4)
GWA 450 Independent Study (4)
UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                   Government and World Affairs
COLLEGE:                 College of Social Sciences, Math and Education
DEPARTMENT:              Government, History and Sociology
DEGREE:                  Bachelor of Arts
CONCENTRATION:           World Affairs
CONTACT:                 Dr. Robert Kerstein, Professor/Chair
                         401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                         bkerstein@ut.edu
                         (813) 253-3333 x3408

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Students may also complete lower level political science requirements.
Equivalency information is included in the chart below.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE GOVERNMENT AND WORLD AFFAIRS MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A GOVERNMENT AND WORLD AFFAIRS MAJOR WITH A CONCENTRATION
IN WORLD AFFAIRS (40 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                     State Course Equivalent
GWA 100 Introduction to Government and World Affairs (4) POS 1001
GWA 200 American Government (4)                          POS 1041
GWA 201 World Affairs (4)                                INR 2002
GWA 270 Research Methods (4)

World Affairs
Students select 24 credit hours from the following. At least 16 credit hours must be taken at the 300 level or above.
GWA 202 International Political Economy (4) (required)                             INR 4035
GWA 205 Contemporary Europe (4)
GWA 206 Contemporary Latin America (4)
GWA 207 The Urban World (4)
GWA 296 America and Vietnam (4)
GWA 305 Nuclear Proliferation and Nonproliferation (4)
GWA 314 U.S. National Security Policy (4)
GWA 340 The Political Economy of Western Europe
GWA 342 Latin American Political Economy
GWA 343 Third World Political & Economic Development (4)
GWA 344 The Political Economy of Africa (4)
GWA 365 Politics of East Asia (4)
COM 401 Intercultural Communication (4) OR
COM 334 Information and the New World Order (4)
ECO 450      Economic Development (4)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                History
COLLEGE:              College of Social Sciences, Math and Education
DEPARTMENT:           Government, History, and Sociology
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Arts
CONTACT:              Dr. Robert Kerstein, Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      bkerstein@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3408

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Students may also complete lower level history requirements.
Information on course equivalency is included in the Requirements for a History Major section below.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE HISTORY MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A HISTORY MAJOR (36 hours)
Select four of the following courses in American History:
University of Tampa Course                                                                 State Course Equivalent
HIS 202 The United States to 1877 (4)                                                     AMH 1010
HIS 203 The United States since 1877 (4)                                                  AMH 1020
HIS 205 Native Americans (4)
HIS 206 Slavery and Racism in the Early Americas: A Comparative Perspective (4)
HIS 210 American Military History (4)
HIS 212 Witchcraft and Magic in the Early Modern Atlantic World (4)
HIS 213 Immigration and Ethnicity in American History (4)
HIS 215 Women in American History (4)
HIS 216 Economic History of the United States (4)
HIS 225 The Age of the Civil War (4)
HIS 296 America and Vietnam (4)
HIS 321 Revolutionary America
HIS 325 Narcotic Drugs and Modern Society (4)
HIS 406 United States Foreign Policy (4)

Select four of the following courses in Non-American History:
HIS 102 World History to 1500 (4)                                                        WOH 2012
HIS 103    World History from 1500 to the Present (4)                                   WOH 2022
HIS 110    World Civilization: Africa and the West (4)
HIS 214    Russia‘s Modern Century (4)
HIS 217    China‘s Modern Century (4)
HIS 221    Japan‘s Modern Century (4)
HIS 222    Fascism and Nazi Germany (4)
HIS 224    Russia and the West (4)
HIS 230    The Balkans: The Powder Keg of Europe (4)
HIS 260    The Holocaust (4)
HIS 300    The Middle East (4)
HIS 301    Irish History (4)
HIS 305    The Ancient World (4)
HIS 306    The Middle Ages (4)
HIS 307    Modern Far East (4)
HIS 308    Renaissance and Reformation (4)
HIS 309    England and her Celtic Neighbors to 1780 (4)
HIS 310    England‘s Emergence as a World Power since 1780 (4)
HIS 312    Modern Europe (4)
HIS 313    Latin America (4)                                                            LAH 1093, 2020, or 3002
HIS 350    The Newly Independent States of the Former USSR (4)
HIS 413    The Era of World War I (4)
HIS 414    The Era of World War II (4)

History electives: 4 semester hours

At least 16 semester hours must be in history courses numbered 300 or above.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Sociology
COLLEGE:              College of Social Sciences, Math and Education
DEPARTMENT:           Government, History, and Sociology
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Arts
CONTACT:              Dr. Robert Kerstein, Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      bkerstein@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3408

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Students may also complete lower level sociology requirements.
Equivalency information is listed below.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE SOCIOLOGY MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A SOCIOLOGY MAJOR (36 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                                              State Course Equivalency
SOC 100      Introduction to Sociology (4)                                        SYG 2000
SOC 355      Social Statistics (4)
SOC 375      Research Methods in the Social Sciences (4)
SOC 410      Social Thought and Sociological Theory (4)

Select one of the following courses:
SOC 320       Sociology of Gender (4)                                             SYD 4800
SOC 306       Racial and Ethnic Relations (4)
SOC 313       Social Stratification (4)

*SOC Electives: must complete 16 credit hours of SOC electives. At least 8 credit hours of electives must be taken at
the 300 level or above.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A SOCIOLOGY MAJOR WITH AN APPLIED CONCENTRATION (44 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                       State Course Equivalency
SOC 100        Introduction to Sociology (4)               SYG 2000
SOC 310        Introduction to Applied Sociology (4)
SOC 410        Social Thought and Sociological Theory (4)
SOC 305        Internship (4)
SOC 355        Social Statistics (4)
SOC 375        Research Methods in the Social Sciences (4)

Select one of the following courses:
SOC 320         Sociology of Gender (4)                                           SYD 4800
SOC 306         Racial and Ethnic Relations (4)
SOC 313         Social Stratification (4)

*SOC Electives: must complete 16 hours of sociology electives. At least 8 credit hours of electives must be taken at the
300 level or above.

Students may choose an emphasis in Family/Gerontology. Satisfactory completion of three courses listed below will
constitute an emphasis.

   A. Family/Gerontology
SOC 202     Marriage and Family (4) OR                                            SYG 2430
SOC 407     The Family in Global Perspective (4)
SOC 211     Sociology of Health and Illness (4)
SOC 301     Dying, Death, and Bereavement (4)
SOC 302     Gerontology: Aging and Society (4)
SOC 304     Public Policy Analysis (4)
SOC 404     Women and Aging (4)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                International and Cultural Studies
COLLEGE:              College of Social Sciences, Math and Education
DEPARTMENT:           Government, History and Sociology
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Arts
CONTACT:              Dr. Robert Kerstein, Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      bkerstein@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3408

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Students may also complete lower level political science requirements.
Equivalency information is included in the chart below.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE INTERNATIONAL AND CULTURAL STUDIES MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A INTERNATIONAL AND CULTURAL STUDIES MAJOR (43 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                               State Course Equivalent
HIS 103      World History 1500 to Present (4)                    WOH 1022
GWA 201 World Affairs (4)                                         INR 1002
COM 401 Intercultural Communication (4)
REL 205      World Religions (4)                                  REL 1300
ENG 312      Contemporary World Literature (4)                    LIT 3093
IST 470      Senior Research Seminar in International Studies (3)

Electives:
Students must take a minimum of 20 hours from the following list:
ART 269          Art History II (4) OR one of the following: ART 270 - 276         ARH 2051
BIO 112          Environmental Science (3)                                         EVR 1001
COM 261          World Cinema (4)
COM 334          Information and the New World Order (4)
CST 201          Cross-Cultural Studies (3-4)
ENG 202          World Literature II (4)                                           LIT 2120
ENG 234          Multiethnic Literature and Film (4)
ENG 324          Post-Colonial Literature and Theory (4)
GEO 205          Principles of Resource Utilization (4)
GWA 202          International Political Economy (4)                               INR 4035
GWA 205          Contemporary Europe (4)
GWA 206          Contemporary Latin America (4)
GWA 207          The Urban World (4)
GWA 280          Peace Studies (4)
GWA 296          America and Vietnam OR HIS 296 (4)
GWA 343          Third World Political and Economic Development (4) OR
SOC 226          Third World Development and Underdevelopment (4)
GWA 365          Politics of East Asia (4)
GWA 410          International Law (4)
HIS 206           Slavery and Racism in Early America (4)
HIS 222           Fascism and Nazi Germany (4)
HIS 230           The Balkans (4)
HIS 260           The Holocaust (4)
HIS 300           The Middle East (4)
HIS 305           The Ancient World (4)
HIS 306           The Middle Ages (4)
HIS 308           Renaissance and Reformation (4)
HIS 312           Modern Europe (4)
HIS 313           Latin America (4)                                                LAH 1093, 2020, or 3002
IBS 398           Survey of International Business (3)                             MAN 4600
IBS 403           International Economics and Finance (3)                          ECO 3703
IST 270           Introduction to International Studies Research Methods (2)
IST 290-299       Special Studies (2-4)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Social Sciences
COLLEGE:              College of Social Sciences, Math and Education
DEPARTMENT:           Government, History and Sociology
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Arts
CONTACT:              Dr. Robert Kerstein, Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      bkerstein@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3408

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Students may also complete lower level requirements. Equivalency
information is listed below.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE SOCIAL SCIENCE MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A SOCIAL SCIENCE MAJOR (47 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                                                  State Course Equivalent
HIS 102         World History to 1500 (4)                                           WOH 2012
HIS 103         World History From 1500 to Present (4)                              WOH 2022
HIS 202         The United States to 1877 (4)                                       AMH 1010
HIS 203         The United States Since 1877 (4)                                    AMH 1020
History electives: 4 semester hours, 300 level or higher, outside the field of American history.
GWA 100       Introduction to Government and World Affairs (4)                      POS 1001
GWA 200       American Government (4)                                               POS 1041
GEO 205       Principles of Resource Utilization (4)
Geography elective: 4 semester hours

ECO 205         Principles of Macroeconomics (3)                                    ECO 2013
SOC 100         Introduction to Sociology (4)                                       SYG 2000
PSY 200         General Psychology (4)                                              PSY 2012




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                   Liberal Studies
COLLEGE:                 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
DEPARTMENT:              Liberal Arts and Sciences
DEGREE:                  Bachelor of Liberal Studies
CONCENTRATION:           Humanities
CONTACT:                 Ms. Jane Lawler, Director of Adult Enrollment Services – School of Continuing Studies
                         401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                         jlawler@ut.edu
                         (813) 253-3333 x3642

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE BACHELOR OF LIBERAL STUDIES-HUMANITIES
The Bachelor of Liberal Studies (BLS) degree is designed to permit mature students to choose, in lieu of a traditional
major, an interdisciplinary concentration in humanities, social sciences or interdisciplinary studies. The BLS program
provides nontraditional students with curricular flexibility and the opportunity to earn credit for experiential learning.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A BACHELOR OF LIBERAL STUDIES MAJOR WITH A HUMANITIES
CONCENTRATION:

GENERAL CURRICULUM DISTRIBUTION (46-47 hours)
ACADEMIC SKILLS:
University of Tampa Course                                                                 State Course Equivalent
ENG 101 Composition and Rhetoric I (4)                                              ENC 1101
ENG 102 Composition and Rhetoric II (4)                                             ENC 1102
PHL 201 Logic (4) OR                                                                PHI 1100
PHL 212 Critical Thinking (4)                                                       PHI 1103
SPE 200     Oral Communication (4) OR                                               SPC 1600
SPE 208     Speech for Business and the Professions (4)                             SPC 1062
LIBERAL STUDIES:
Humanities/ Fine Arts (4 semester hours)
Natural Sciences (3 semester hours)
Social Sciences (4 semester hours)
Electives: 8 semester hours from the following areas: Humanities/ Fine Arts, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences

HUMANITIES CONCENTRATION (42 hours)
Choose at least two courses from three of the four areas (16 semester hours must be 300/400 level).
1. English
2. Modern Languages
3. Philosophy/Religion
4. Communication/Writing

Select 18 semester hours from any of the following academic subject areas: art, communication, dance, English, foreign
language, linguistics, music, philosophy, speech, theatre, writing.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                   Liberal Studies
COLLEGE:                 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
DEPARTMENT:              Liberal Arts and Sciences
DEGREE:                  Bachelor of Liberal Studies
CONCENTRATION:           Interdisciplinary
CONTACT:                 Ms. Jane Lawler, Director of Adult Enrollment Services – School of Continuing Studies
                         401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                         jlawler@ut.edu
                         (813) 253-3333 x3642

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE BACHELOR OF LIBERAL STUDIES-INTERDISCIPLINARY
CONCENTRATION
The Bachelor of Liberal Studies (BLS) degree is designed to permit mature students to choose, in lieu of a traditional
major, an interdisciplinary concentration in humanities, social sciences or interdisciplinary studies. The BLS program
provides nontraditional students with curricular flexibility and the opportunity to earn credit for experiential learning.
REQUIREMENTS FOR A BACHELOR OF LIBERAL STUDIES MAJOR WITH AN INTERDISCIPLINARY
CONCENTRATION:

GENERAL CURRICULUM DISTRIBUTION (46-47 hours)
ACADEMIC SKILLS:
University of Tampa Course                                                               State Course Equivalent
ENG 101      Composition and Rhetoric I (4)                            ENC 1101
ENG 102      Composition and Rhetoric II (4)                           ENC 1102
PHL 201      Logic (4) OR                                              PHI 1100
PHL 212      Critical Thinking (4)                                     PHI 1103
SPE 200      Oral Communication (4) OR                                 SPC 1600
SPE 208      Speech for Business and the Professions (4)               SPC 1062

LIBERAL STUDIES:
Humanities/ Fine Arts (4 semester hours)
Natural Sciences (3 semester hours)
Social Science (4 semester hours)
Electives: 8 semester hours from the following areas: Humanities/Fine Arts, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences

INTERDISCIPLINARY CONCENTRATION (48-51 hours)

Select a combination of any two areas below.

1. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION:

LOWER-LEVEL BUSINESS CORE
University of Tamp Course                                                              State Course Equivalent
ACC 202      Financial Accounting (3)                                        ACG 2021
ACC 203      Managerial Accounting (3)                                       ACG 2071
ECO 204      Principles of Microeconomics (3)                                ECO 2023
ECO 205      Principles of Macroeconomics (3)                                ECO 2013
ITM 210      Managerial Statistics I (3)                                     STA 2014 OR STA 2023 OR QMB 2100
ITM 220      Information Technology (3)                                      ISM 3011
FIN 310      Financial Management (3)                                        FIN 3403
MGT 330 Principles of Management (3)                                         MAN 3025
MKT 300 Principles of Marketing (3)                                          MAR 3023

Select one of the following:
MGT 335 Societal Issues in Business (3)
IBS 397       Global Organizational Behavior (3)
ITM 361       Operations Management (3)                                           ISM 3431, MAN 3504
IBS 398       Survey of International Business (3)                                MAN 4600

2. FINE ARTS

ART               Any studio course (4)
MUS 102           Music for Life (3) OR
MUS 191           World Music (3)
THR/SPE/DAN       Any one course (4)

Select an additional 13 credit hours from any of the following academic subject areas:
art, music, speech, theatre, or dance

3. HUMANITIES
Choose at least one course from three of the following four areas:
1. English
2. Modern Languages
3. Philosophy/Religion
4. Communication/Writing

Select 12 semester hours from any of the following areas (8 hours must be 300/400 level):
art, dance, English, foreign language, linguistics, music, philosophy, speech, theatre, and writing

4. SOCIAL SCIENCES
Choose at least one course from three of the following four areas:
1. History
2. Psychology
3. Criminology/Sociology
4. Government and World Affairs/Urban Studies

Select 12 semester hours from any of the following areas (8 hours must be 300/400 level):
economics, geography, history, government and world affairs, psychology, sociology, urban studies, criminology,
women‘s studies.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                   Liberal Studies
COLLEGE:                 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
DEPARTMENT:              Liberal Arts and Sciences
DEGREE:                  Bachelor of Liberal Studies
CONCENTRATION:           Social Sciences
CONTACT:                 Ms. Jane Lawler, Director of Adult Enrollment Services – School of Continuing Studies
                         401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                         jlawler@ut.edu
                         (813) 253-3333 x3642

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE BACHELOR OF LIBERAL STUDIES-SOCIAL SCIENCES
CONCENTRATION
The Bachelor of Liberal Studies (BLS) degree is designed to permit mature students to choose, in lieu of a traditional
major, an interdisciplinary concentration in humanities, social sciences or interdisciplinary studies. The BLS program
provides nontraditional students with curricular flexibility and the opportunity to earn credit for experiential learning.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A BACHELOR OF LIBERAL STUDIES MAJOR WITH A CONCENTRATION IN
SOCIAL SCIENCES:

GENERAL CURRICULUM DISTRIBUTION (46-47 hours)

ACADEMIC SKILLS:
University of Tampa Course                                                                 State Course Equivalent
ENG 101      Composition and Rhetoric I (4)                                         ENC 1101
ENG 102      Composition and Rhetoric II (4)                                        ENC 1102
PHL 201      Logic (4) OR                                                           PHI 1100
PHL 212      Critical Thinking (4)                                                  PHI 1103
SPE 200      Oral Communication (4) OR                                              SPC 1600
SPE 208      Speech for Business and the Professions (4)                            SPC 1062

LIBERAL STUDIES:
Humanities/ Fine Arts (4 semester hours)
Natural Sciences (3 semester hours)
Social Sciences (4 semester hours)
Electives: 8 semester hours from the following areas: Humanities/ Fine Arts, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences

SOCIAL SCIENCES CONCENTRATION (42 hours)
Choose at least two courses from three of the four areas (16 semester hours must be 300/400 level).
1. History
2. Psychology
3. Criminology/Sociology
4. Government and World Affairs/Urban Studies

Select 18 semester hours from any of the following academic subject areas:
economics, geography, history, government and world affairs, psychology, sociology, urban studies, criminology,
women‘s studies.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                 Spanish
COLLEGE:               College of Arts and Letters
DEPARTMENT:            Languages and Linguistics
DEGREE:                Bachelor of Arts
CONTACT:               Dr. Lola Hidalgo-Calle, Associate Professor/Chair
                       401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                       lhidalgocalle@ut.edu
                       (813) 253-3333 x3811

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited
PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements and, if possible, Intermediate Spanish language courses. Equivalency
information is listed below

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE SPANISH MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A SPANISH MAJOR (40 semester hours)
University of Tampa Course
SPA 306 Phonics and Phonology (4)
SPA 307 The Structure of Modern Spanish (4)
SPA 421 Hispanic Culture and Civilization I (Spain) (4)
SPA 422 Hispanic Culture and Civilization II (LA) (4)
SPA 431 General Spanish Literature I (4)
SPA 432 General Spanish Literature II (4)
SPA 435 Latin American Literature (4)
LIN 210     Basic Linguistics (4)
8 hours of Spanish electives (300-level or above)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Mathematics
COLLEGE:              College of Social Sciences, Math and Education
DEPARTMENT:           Mathematics
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:              Dr. Emilio Toro, Associate Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      etoro@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3377

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements and, if possible, calculus requirements (equivalent course information is
listed below).

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE MATHEMATICS MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A MATHEMATICS MAJOR (44 hours)
University of Tampa                                                               State Course Equivalent
ITM 251      Visual Basic (3)                                                      COP 2121, 2171, 1820
MAT 260 Calculus I (4)                                                             MAC 2311
MAT 261 Calculus II (4)                                                            MAC 2312
MAT 262 Calculus III (4)                                                           MAC 2313
MAT 299 Introduction to Higher Mathematics (4)
MAT 490 Senior Seminar (1)

Select six courses from the following:
MAT 300 Differential Equations (4)                                                 MAP 4302
MAT 301 Discrete Mathematics (4)                                                   COT 3100
MAT 308 Linear Algebra (4)                                                         MAS 3105
MAT 310 Probability and Mathematical Statistics (4)
MAT 401 Real Analysis (4)
MAT 410 Complex Analysis (4)
MAT 420 Modern Abstract Algebra (4)
MAT 499 Selected Topics (1-4)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Mathematical Programming
COLLEGE:              College of Social Sciences, Math and Education
DEPARTMENT:           Mathematics
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:              Dr. Emilio Toro, Associate Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      etoro@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3377

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING MAJOR (41 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                                               State Course Equivalent
ITM 251      Visual Basic (3)                                                      COP 2121, 2171, 1820
ITM 261      Web Programming (3)
MAT 260 Calculus I (4)                                                             MAC 2311
MAT 261 Calculus II (4)                                                            MAC 2312
MAT 262 Calculus III (4)                                                           MAC 2313
MAT 299 Introduction to Higher Mathematics (4)
MAT 300 Differential Equations (4)                                                 MAP 4302
MAT 301 Discrete Mathematics (4)                                                   COT 3100
MAT 308 Linear Algebra (4)                                                         MAS 3105
MAT 490 Senior Seminar (1)

Select two other ITM (Management Information Systems) courses above ITM 250.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Music
COLLEGE:              College of Arts and Letters
DEPARTMENT:           Music
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Arts
CONTACT:              Dr. Jeffrey Traster, Associate Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      jtraster@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333, x3527

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE MAJOR/PROGRAM OF STUDY
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A MUSIC MAJOR (44 hours)

All full-time music majors must register for MUS 269 Recital/ Concert Attendance each semester of residence
All full-time music majors must also participate in an assigned ensemble each semester.

THEORY AND MUSICIANSHIP:
MUS 108 Introduction to Recording and Electronic Music (3)
MUS 112 Musicianship I (1)                                                         MUT 1241
MUS 113 Musicianship II (1)                                                        MUT 1242
MUS 122      Music Theory I (3)                                MUT 1111
MUS 123      Music Theory II (3)                               MUT 1112
MUS 212      Musicianship III (1)                              MUT 1246
MUS 213      Musicianship IV (1)                               MUT 1247
MUS 222      Music Theory III (3)                              MUT 1116
MUS 223      Music Theory IV (3)                               MUT 1117

HISTORY:
MUS 191 World Music (3)
MUS 319 Music History: Greek through Classic (3)
MUS 320 Music History: Romantic through 20th Century (3)

PERFORMANCE:

Select six semester hours from the following Studio Lessons:
MUS 247 Organ (2)
MUS 249 Harpsicord (1,2)
MUS 250 Piano (1,2)                                            MVK 1311, 1321
MUS 251 Voice (1,2)                                            MVV 1211, 1221, 1311, 1321
MUS 252 Flute (1,2)                                            MVW 1211, 1311, 1321
MUS 253 Oboe (1,2)                                             MVW 1212, 1312, 1322
MUS 254 Clarinet (1,2)                                         MVW 1213, 1313, 1323
MUS 255 Bassoon (1,2)                                          MVW 1214, 1314, 1324
MUS 256 Saxophone (1,2)                                        MVW 1215, 1315, 1325
MUS 257 Trumpet (1,2)                                          MVB 1311
MUS 258 French Horn (1,2)                                      MVB 1312
MUS 259 Trombone (1,2)                                         MVB 1313
MUS 260 Baritone (1,2)                                         MVB 1314
MUS 261 Tuba (1,2)                                             MVB 1315, 1325
MUS 262 Percussion (1,2)                                       MVP 1311, 1321
MUS 263 Violin (1,2)                                           MVS 1211, 1311, 1321
MUS 264 Viola (1,2)                                            MVS 1212, 1312, 1322
MUS 265 Cello (1,2)                                            MVS 1213, 1313, 1323
MUS 266 String Bass (1,2)                                      MVS 1214, 1314, 1324
MUS 267 Classical Guitar (1,2)                                 MVS 1216, 1316, 1326

Attend one recital/concert in each semester of attendance:
MUS 269 Recital/Concert (0)

Select eight semester hours from the following:
MUS 289 Orchestra (0-1)
MUS 290 Spartan Band (0-1)
MUS 291 Wind Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 292 Jazz Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 293 Collegiate Chorale (0-1)
MUS 294 Opus (0-1)
MUS 295 UT Women‘s Glee Club (0-1)
MUS 296 Tampa Oratorio Society (0-1)
MUS 309 Performance Class (0-1)
MUS 310 String Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 311 Classical Guitar Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 312 Woodwind Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 313 Brass Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 314 Percussion Ensemble (0-1)
Select two hours of any music elective (any music course)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                 Music Education
COLLEGE:               College of Arts and Letters
DEPARTMENT:            Music
DEGREE:                Bachelor of Music
CONTACT:               Dr. Jeffrey Traster, Associate Professor/Chair
                       401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                       jtraster@ut.edu
                       (813) 253-3333, x3527

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM
Students planning to enter teacher education programs must apply after they have completed at least 30 credit hours.
Transfer students seeking to apply should do so immediately upon acceptance to the University. The Application for
Admission to Teacher Education must be completed and returned to UT‘s Department of Education in November for
spring admission consideration and in April for fall admission consideration. To enroll in 300-400 level education
courses, students must be accepted into the teacher education program, unless they are transfer students with permission
granted by the department chair. Based upon an intensive review, the Teacher Education Review Committee may
recommend or deny admission to the program.

Each semester the Department of Education monitors the GPAs of students who have been admitted to teacher
education. Continued professional standing is granted with maintenance of the following:

         1.   Minimum 2.5 GPA in the major(s)
         2. Minimum 2.5 GPA overall
REQUIREMENTS FOR A MUSIC EDUCATION MAJOR (101 hours)

MUS 346       Junior Recital (1)

THEORY AND MUSICIANSHIP:
MUS 112 Musicianship I (1)                                                         MUT 1241
MUS 113 Musicianship II (1)                                                        MUT 1242
MUS 122 Music Theory I (3)                                                         MUT 1111
MUS 123 Music Theory II (3)                                                        MUT 1112
MUS 212      Musicianship III (1 )                                              MUT 1246
MUS 213      Musicianship IV (1)                                                MUT 1247
MUS 222      Music Theory III (3)                                               MUT 1116
MUS 223      Music Theory IV (3)                                                MUT 1117
MUS 315      Choral Conducting (3) OR
MUS 316      Instrumental Conducting (3)
MUS 324      Form and Analysis (3)
MUS 325      Orchestration (3)

HISTORY:
MUS 191 World Music (3)
MUS 319 Music History: Greek through Classic (3)
MUS 320 Music History: Romantic through 20th Century (3)

PERFORMANCE:
MUS 225 Voice Techniques (1)
MUS 226 String Techniques (1)
MUS 227 Woodwind Techniques (1)
MUS 228 Brass Techniques (1)
MUS 229 Percussion Techniques (1)

Select twelve semester hours on Major Instrument or Voice from the following:
MUS 247 Organ (2)
MUS 249 Harpsicord (1,2)
MUS 250 Piano (1,2)                                                             MVK 1311, 1321
MUS 251 Voice (1,2)                                                             MVV 1211, 1221, 1311, 1321
MUS 252 Flute (1,2)                                                             MVW 1211, 1311, 1321
MUS 253 Oboe (1,2)                                                              MVW 1212, 1312, 1322
MUS 254 Clarinet (1,2)                                                          MVW 1213, 1313, 1323
MUS 255 Bassoon (1,2)                                                           MVW 1214, 1314, 1324
MUS 256 Saxophone (1,2)                                                         MVW 1215, 1315, 1325
MUS 257 Trumpet (1,2)                                                           MVB 1311
MUS 258 French Horn (1,2)                                                       MVB 1312
MUS 259 Trombone (1,2)                                                          MVB 1313
MUS 260 Baritone (1,2)                                                          MVB 1314
MUS 261 Tuba (1,2)                                                              MVB 1315, 1325
MUS 262 Percussion (1,2)                                                        MVP 1311, 1321
MUS 263 Violin (1,2)                                                            MVS 1211, 1311, 1321
MUS 264 Viola (1,2)                                                             MVS 1212, 1312, 1322
MUS 265 Cello (1,2)                                                             MVS 1213, 1313, 1323
MUS 266 String Bass (1,2)                                                       MVS 1214, 1314, 1324
MUS 267 Classical Guitar (1,2)                                                  MVS 1216, 1316, 1326

Must attend one recital/concert each semester in attendance:
MUS 269 Recital/ Concert Attendance

Select eight semester hours from the following ensembles (one each semester):
MUS 289 Orchestra (0-1)
MUS 290 Spartan Band (0-1)
MUS 291 Wind Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 292 Jazz Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 293 Collegiate Chorale (0-1)
MUS 294 Opus (0-1)
MUS 295 UT Women‘s Glee Club (0-1)
MUS 296 Tampa Oratorio Society (0-1)
MUS 309      Performance Class (0-1)
MUS 310      String Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 311      Classical Guitar Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 312      Woodwind Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 313      Brass Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 314      Percussion Ensemble (0-1)

EDUCATION COURSES:

EDU 200      Foundations of American Education (3)                                        EDF 1005
EDU 201      Learning Theories and Individual Differences (3)                             EDP 2002, 2200
EDU 304      TESOL I: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages I (3)
EDU 306      Teaching Reading in the Secondary Content Areas (3)
EDU 326      Educational Assessment (3)
EDU 328      Teaching Music in the Elementary School (2)
EDU 333      Teaching in the Inclusive Classroom (3)
EDU 406      Teaching Practicum III: Elementary and Secondary Final Internship (10)
EDU 424      Middle School and Secondary Music Education (3)
EDU 441      Classroom Management (3)
EDU 442      Learner Diversity & Cross-Cultural Understanding(3)
EDU 444      Student Teaching Seminar (2)

*Course required for teacher certification.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                 Music Performance
COLLEGE:               College of Arts and Letters
DEPARTMENT:            Music
DEGREE:                Bachelor of Music
CONTACT:               Dr. Jeffrey Traster, Associate Professor/Chair
                       401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                       jtraster@ut.edu
                       (813) 253-3333, x3527

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE MAJOR/PROGRAM OF STUDY
None beyond general admission requirements.
REQUIREMENTS FOR A MUSIC PERFORMANCE MAJOR (79 hours)

All full-time music majors must register for MUS 269 Recital/ Concert Attendance each semester of residence
All full-time music majors must also participate in an assigned ensemble each semester.

THEORY AND MUSICIANSHIP:
MUS 112 Musicianship I (1)                                                     MUT 1241
MUS 113 Musicianship II (1)                                                    MUT 1242
MUS 122 Music Theory I (3)                                                     MUT 1111
MUS 123 Music Theory II (3)                                                    MUT 1112
MUS 212 Musicianship III (1)                                                   MUT 1246
MUS 213 Musicianship IV (1)                                                    MUT 1247
MUS 222 Music Theory III (3)                                                   MUT 1116
MUS 223 Music Theory IV (3)                                                    MUT 1117
MUS 315 Choral Conducting (3) OR
MUS 316 Instrumental Conducting (3)
MUS 324 Form and Analysis (3)

HISTORY:
MUS 191 World Music (3)
MUS 319 Music History: Greek through Classic (3)
MUS 320 Music History: Romantic through 20th Century (3)

PERFORMANCE:

Select three of the following Techniques courses:
MUS 225 Voice Techniques (1)
MUS 226 String Techniques (1)
MUS 227 Woodwind Techniques (1)
MUS 228 Brass Techniques (1)
MUS 229 Percussion Techniques (1)

Select 16 semester hours on Major Instrument or Voice AND 4 semester hours on Minor Instrument or Voice from the
following:
MUS 247       Organ (2)
MUS 249       Harpsicord (1,2)
MUS 250                                                                      MVK 1311, 1321
MUS 251       Voice (1,2)                                                    MVV 1211, 1221, 1311, 1321
MUS 252       Flute (1,2)                                                    MVW 1211, 1311, 1321
MUS 253       Oboe (1,2)                                                     MVW 1212, 1312, 1322
MUS 254       Clarinet (1,2)                                                 MVW 1213, 1313, 1323
MUS 255       Bassoon (1,2)                                                  MVW 1214, 1314, 1324
MUS 256       Saxophone (1,2)                                                MVW 1215, 1315, 1325
MUS 257       Trumpet (1,2)                                                  MVB 1311
MUS 258       French Horn (1,2)                                              MVB 1312
MUS 259       Trombone (1,2)                                                 MVB 1313
MUS 260       Baritone (1,2)                                                 MVB 1314
MUS 261       Tuba (1,2)                                                     MVB 1315, 1325
MUS 262       Percussion (1,2)                                               MVP 1311, 1321
MUS 263       Violin (1,2)                                                   MVS 1211, 1311, 1321
MUS 264       Viola (1,2)                                                    MVS 1212, 1312, 1322
MUS 265       Cello (1,2)                                                    MVS 1213, 1313, 1323
MUS 266       String Bass (1,2)                                              MVS 1214, 1314, 1324
MUS 267       Classical Guitar (1,2)                                         MVS 1216, 1316, 1326
MUS 268*      Electric Bass (1)
*MUS 268 can only be used toward Applied Music on Minor Instrument requirement.

Must attend one recital/concert each semester in attendance:
MUS 269 Recital/Concert (0)

Select eight semester hours from the following ensembles (one each semester):
MUS 289 Orchestra (0-1)
MUS 290 Spartan Band (0-1)
MUS 291 Wind Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 292 Jazz Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 293 Collegiate Chorale (0-1)
MUS 294 Opus (0-1)
MUS 295 UT Women‘s Glee Club (0-1)
MUS 296 Tampa Oratorio Society (0-1)
MUS 309 Performance Class (0-1)
MUS 310 String Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 311 Classical Guitar Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 312 Woodwind Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 313 Brass Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 314 Percussion Ensemble (0-1)

Must complete the following courses:
MUS 224 Pedagogy (2)
MUS 346 Junior Recital (1)
MUS 446 Senior Recital (1)

Select nine credit hours of any music elective (any music course)




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Nursing – RN to BSN
COLLEGE:              College of Natural and Health Sciences
DEPARTMENT:           Nursing
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Science in Nursing
CONTACT:              Dr. Maria Warda, Professor/Director/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      mwarda@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3179

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Completion of an associate RN degree program.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 88 credits may be
transferred from two-year community colleges if both AA and AS degrees are earned. The maximum is 64 credits
otherwise. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at previous institution(s) should be a 2.0
or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION TO THE BSN PROGRAM
Registered nurses interested in the BSN program must meet the following requirements:

         1.   The applicant must be currently licensed by the state of Florida as a registered nurse. (Evidence for
              eligibility for licensure may be accepted in lieu of a current state of Florida license to enroll in the first
              semester.) The student must be fully licensed to continue after the initial term.
         2.   The applicant must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 overall in transfer coursework.
              If the GPA is below 2.0, conditional admission may be granted to take up to 12 semester hours at the
              University. Progress is evaluated upon completion of these credit hours. Full acceptance to the nursing
              major will be granted upon achievement of a grade of ―C‖ or better in each of the courses comprising the
              12 hours.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A NURSING MAJOR (65 hours)

LOWER DIVISION NURSING CREDIT
Satisfied by R.N. licensure that is a pre-requisite for the BSN program.

(Evidence of eligibility for a license may be accepted in lieu of a current State of Florida license.)

RN students are granted 24 credits for their lower division nursing courses, which are earned through diploma programs
or associate degree programs.

UPPER DIVISION NURSING CREDIT

NUR 301       Concepts of Professional Nursing (3)
NUR 318       Health Assessment (4)
NUR 322       Contemporary Issues in Health Care (3)
NUR 411       Nursing Leadership and Measurement II (3)
NUR 420       Principles of Community Health (3)
NUR 432       Introduction to Nursing Research (3)
NUR 438       Principles of Family Health (3)
NUR 440       Community Family Practicum (4)
NUR 446       Senior Practicum (4)
NUR           Nursing Elective (3)

SUPPORT COURSES:

MAT 201       Introduction to Statistics (4)                                          STA 2022
BIO 183       Microbiology for Health Sciences (4)                                    MCB 2010
HSC 230       Human Anatomy and Physiology (3)                                        BSC 1085
HSC 231       Human Anatomy and Physiology II (3)                                     BSC 1086
HSC 234       Human Anatomy and Physiology – Lab (1)                                  BSC 1085L
HSC 235       Human Anatomy and Physiology II – Lab (1)                               BSC 1086L
PSY 200       General Psychology (4)                                                  PSY 2012
SOC 100       Introduction to Sociology (4)                                           SYG 2000

One chemical OR one physical science course

One of the following courses:
PHL 200      Introduction to Philosophy (4)                                           PHI 1010
PHL 201      Logic (4)                                                                PHI 1100
PHL 212      Critical Thinking (4)                                                    PHI 1103
UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Nursing - 4 year Program
COLLEGE:              College of Natural and Health Sciences
DEPARTMENT:           Nursing
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Science in Nursing
CONTACT:              Dr. Maria Warda, Professor/Director/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      mwarda@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3179

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION TO THE NURSING PROGRAM:
   Completion of prerequisites (49 credits) with a minimum 3.25 cumulative GPA.
   A grade of ―C‖ or better in all prerequisites. Prerequisite courses include all courses listed in the course
     sequence prior to sophomore semester II. Global Issues and Gateways courses apply to University of Tampa
     freshmen, and are replaced with other coursework for transfer students
   Meeting core performance standards, including:
          o Critical thinking ability sufficient for clinical judgment and cognitive skills to acquire, assimilate,
             integrate and apply information.
          o Ability to communicate in English effectively/therapeutically with others from a variety of social,
             emotional, cultural and intellectual backgrounds.
          o Sufficient mobility to move from room to room, maneuver in small places, and move freely and
             quickly to respond to emergencies and to perform physically taxing, repetitive tasks.
   Complete application to the Nursing Program.
   A personal statement (one page) discussing reasons for electing the nursing major.
   One letter of recommendation from an academic or work source.

Once admitted to the Nursing Program, the student must successfully complete five semesters of nursing courses;
initially, the student must master a basic mathematical package. Students who do not master the package during the
first semester will not be allowed to continue in the Nursing Program.

All students must earn a ―C‖ or higher in all courses in order to progress in the BSN program. Students also must
successfully complete ongoing content mastery testing and will be assessed fees for this testing.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A NURSING MAJOR (100 hours)
NUR 201       Foundations of Nursing (4)
NUR 210       Pathophysiology (3)
NUR 213       Professional Skills in Nursing (0)
NUR 213L      Professional Skills in Nursing Practice – Lab (4)
NUR 218       Health Assessment (Lifespan) (4)
NUR 312       Nursing Care of Adults (1.5)
NUR 312L      Nursing Care of Adults – Lab (1.5)
NUR 313       Nursing Care of Older Adults (1.5)
NUR 313L      Nursing Care of Older Adults – Lab (1.5)
NUR 314       Nursing Care of the Developing Family (1.5)
NUR 314L      Nursing Care of the Developing Family – Lab (1.5)
NUR 315       Nursing Care of Children (1.5)
NUR 315L      Nursing Care of Children – Lab (1.5)
NUR 322       Contemporary Issues in Health Care (3)
NUR 345       Pharmacology (3)
NUR 347       Clinical Nutrition (2)
NUR 410       Mental Health Nursing Across the Lifespan (1.5)
NUR 410L      Mental Health Nursing Across the Lifespan – Lab (1.5)
NUR 412       Nursing Care in the Acute Care Setting (3)
NUR 412L      Nursing Care in the Acute Care Setting – Lab (3)
NUR 415       Leadership and Management (3)
NUR 422       Principles of Community Health (3)
NUR 422L      Principles of Community Health – Lab (2)
NUR 432       Introduction to Nursing Research (3)
NUR 452       Clinical Preceptorship (5)
NUR 454       Senior Seminar (2)
NUR           Nursing Elective (3)

SUPPORT COURSES:

MAT 201      Introduction to Statistics (4)                           STA 2022
BIO 183      Microbiology for Health Sciences (3)                     MCB 2010
HSC 230      Human Anatomy and Physiology (3)                         BSC 1085
HSC 231      Human Anatomy and Physiology II (3)                      BSC 1086
HSC 234      Human Anatomy and Physiology – Lab (1)                   BSC 1085L
HSC 235      Human Anatomy and Physiology II – Lab (1)                BSC 1086L
PSY 200      General Psychology (4)                                   PSY 2012
PSY 210      Child Psychology (4)                                     DEP 2000, 2004, 2102
SOC 100      Introduction to Sociology (4)                            SYG 1000

One chemical OR one physical science course

One of the following courses:
PHL 200      Introduction to Philosophy (4)                           PHI 1010
PHL 201      Logic (4)                                                PHI 1100
PHL 212      Critical Thinking (4)                                    PHI 1103




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Philosophy
COLLEGE:               College of Arts and Letters
DEPARTMENT:            Philosophy and Religion
DEGREE:                Bachelor of Arts
CONTACT:               Dr. Kevin Sweeney, Associate Professor/Chair
                       401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                       ksweeney@ut.edu
                       (813) 253-3333, x3328

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Students may also complete lower level psychology requirements.
Equivalency information is listed below.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE PHILOSOPHY MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A PHILOSOPHY MAJOR (36 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                                                 State Course Equivalent
PHL 201 Logic (4)                                                                   PHI 2101
PHL 450 Independent Study (4)
PHL 499 Senior Thesis (4)

Two of the following three courses:
PHL 215 Ancient Philosophy: Plato and Aristotle (4)
PHL 225 Modern Philosophy: Descartes to Kant (4)
PHL 203 Contemporary Philosophy (4)                                                 PHI 2630

In addition, 16 elective credits of philosophy courses must be taken, at least 8 credit hours of which must be at the 300-
level or above.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                 Psychology
COLLEGE:               College of Social Sciences, Math and Education
DEPARTMENT:            Psychology
DEGREE:                Bachelor of Science
CONTACT:               Dr. Kimberly Cummings, Associate Professor/Chair
                       401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                       kcummings@ut.edu
                       (813) 253-3333, x3651

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited
PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Students may also complete lower level psychology requirements.
Equivalency information is listed below.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE PSYCHOLOGY (BS) MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A PSYCHOLOGY (BS) MAJOR (67 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                                               State Course Equivalent
PSY 200           General Psychology (4)                                           PSY 2012
PSY 204           The Great Psychologist (2)
PSY 211           Statistics and Experimental Methods I (4)                        PSY 3204
PSY 220           Biopsychology and Learning (4)
PSY 312           Statistics and Experimental Methods II (4)
PSY 499           Senior Capstone (1)
BIO 203           Biological Diversity (4)                                         BSC 1011 w/lab
BIO 204           Biological Unity (4)                                             BSC 1010 w/lab
CHE 152/153L      General Chemistry I (3)/General Chemistry I – Lab (1)            CHM 2045 w/lab
CHE 154/155L      General Chemistry II (3)/General Chemistry II – Lab (1)          CHM 1046 w/lab or CHM 2046 w/lab

General Emphasis Requirements: After completing the requirements for the BA or the BS listed under each
emphasis, select an additional two courses from among the different emphases.

Specialized Emphasis Requirements: After completing the requirements for the BA or the BS listed under each
emphasis, select your desired emphasis and take additional courses to bring the total number of courses in the emphasis
to at least three.

Cognitive – select one of the following:
PSY 227         Applied Cognitive Psychology (4)
PSY 318         Sensation and Perception (4)
PSY 424         Cognitive Psychology (4)
PSY 425         Thinking (4)
PSY 430- 449 Selected Topics (a seminar course involving a special topic in
                cognitive psychology) (4)

Social Behavior:
PSY 203       Social Psychology (4)                                                SOP 2002

Clinical:
PSY 303        Abnormal Psychology (4)                                             CLP 3143

Biopsychology – select one of the following:
PSY 311        Evolutional Psychology (4)
PSY 316        Psychopharmacology (4)
PSY 420        Behavioral Neuroscience (4)
PSY 430-449 Selected Topics (a seminar course involving a special topic in
               biopsychology) (4)
Select one of the following:
MAT 170         Precalculus (4)                                                 MAC 1140
MAT 260         Calculus I (4)                                                  MAC 2311

Select one additional course from the following*:
BIO 212         Ecology (4)                                                     PCB 3043 w/lab
BIO 225         Vertebrate Zoology (4)                                          ZOO 3205 w/lab
BIO 250         Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (4)
BIO 300         General Genetics (4)                                            PCB 3063
BIO 310         Developmental Biology (4)                                       PCB 5256 w/lab
BIO 320         Molecular Genetics (4)
BIO 330         General Physiology (4)                                          PCB 3712 w/lab
BIO 350         Cell Biology (4)                                                PCB 3023 w/lab
BIO 450         Biological Research (4)                                         PCB 4235 w/lab

*May take BIO 220 if PSY 311 has not been taken.

Field Work, Independent Study, and Senior Thesis
PSY 405       Clinical Field Work (4)
PSY 406       Industrial Field Work (4)
PSY 407       Experimental Field Work (4)
PSY 450       Independent Study (1-4)
PSY 451       Senior Thesis (4)

Three 200-level courses, including PSY 211, must be successfully completed before enrolling in any 300-level (or
higher) psychology course.
In addition, 16 credits in psychology courses numbered above 300, including one 400-level psychology class, must be
taken.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Psychology
COLLEGE:              College of Social Sciences, Math and Education
DEPARTMENT:           Psychology
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Arts
CONTACT:              Dr. Kimberly Cummings, Associate Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      kcummings@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333, x3651

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements. Students may also complete lower level psychology requirements.
Equivalency information is listed below.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE PSYCHOLOGY (BA) MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A PSYCHOLOGY (BA) MAJOR (47 hours)
University of Tampa Course                                                               State Course Equivalent
PSY 200        General Psychology (4)                                              PSY 2012
PSY 204        The Great Psychologist (2)
PSY 211        Statistics and Experimental Methods I (4)                           PSY 3204
PSY 220        Biopsychology and Learning (4)
PSY 312        Statistics and Experimental Methods II (4)
PSY 499        Senior Capstone (1)
MAT 160        College Algebra (4)

General Emphasis Requirements: After completing the requirements for the BA or the BS listed under each
emphasis, select an additional two courses from among the different emphases.

Specialized Emphasis Requirements: After completing the requirements for the BA or the BS listed under each
emphasis, select your desired emphasis and take additional courses to bring the total number of courses in the emphasis
to at least three.

Cognitive – select one of the following:
PSY 227         Applied Cognitive Psychology (4)
PSY 318         Sensation and Perception (4)
PSY 424         Cognitive Psychology (4)
PSY 425         Thinking (4)
PSY 430- 449 Selected Topics (a seminar course involving a special topic in
                cognitive psychology)

Social Behavior – select one of the following:
PSY 203         Social Psychology (4)                                              SOP 2002
PSY 230         Theories of Personality (4)                                        PPE 3003, 3004
PSY 250         Health Psychology (4)
PSY 319         The Science of Interpersonal Interactions (4)
PSY 402         Social Psychology and the Law (4)
PSY 404         Human Sexual Behavior: Seminar (4)
PSY 430-449 Selected Topics (a seminar course involving a special topic in
                social psychology)

Clinical – select one or none (if none, must select one from the organizational emphasis):
PSY 201           Psychological Assessment (4)
PSY 210           Development I : Child Development (4)                           DEP 2000, 2004, 2102
PSY 303           Abnormal Psychology (4)                                         CLP 3143
PSY 317           Development II: Adulthood and Aging (4)
PSY 430-449 Selected Topics (a seminar course involving a special topic in
                  clinical psychology)

Organizational – select one or none (if none, must select one from the clinical emphasis):
PSY 202        Industrial Psychology (4)                                          INP 1301, 4004
PSY 305        Applied Psychology (4)
PSY 430-449      Selected Topics

Biopsychology – select one of the following:
PSY 311        Evolutional Psychology (4)
PSY 316        Psychopharmacology (4)
PSY 420        Behavioral Neuroscience (4)
PSY 430-449 Selected Topics (a seminar course involving a special topic in
               biopsychology)

Three 200-level courses, including PSY 211, must be successfully completed before enrolling in any 300-level (or
higher) psychology course.
In addition, 16 credits in psychology courses numbered above 300, including one 400-level psychology class, must be
taken.




UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Performing Arts (Musical Theatre)
COLLEGE:              College of Arts and Letters
DEPARTMENT:           Speech, Theatre, and Dance
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Arts
CONTACT:              Ms. Susan Taylor Lennon, Associate Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      staylor.lennon@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3745

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE PERFORMING ARTS (MUSICAL THEATRE) MAJOR

Students majoring in this Bachelor of Arts degree program receive balanced training and experience in the three
performance areas associated with musical theatre: music, drama, and dance. They develop performance skills and
repertoire, and participate in staged productions, concert cabarets, as well as excerpts and scenes. Highlights of the
program are: 1) a week-long residency workshop with an established music theatre artist each semester, 2) an internship
opportunity with a local theme park or cruise ship.

Audition required for admission to the program (contact the program director for an appointment and specific details).

REQUIREMENTS FOR A PERFORMING ARTS (MUSICAL THEATRE) MAJOR (50 hours)
Full-time performing arts majors must register for MUS 269 Recital/ Concert Attendance each semester of residence
THEORY AND MUSICIANSHIP:
MUS 117 Musicianship I (1)                                                       MUT 1241
MUS 118 Musicianship II (1)                                                      MUT 1242
MUS 127 Music Theory I (3)                                                       MUT 1111
MUS 128 Music Theory II (3)                                                      MUT 1112
MUS 212 Musicianship III (1 )                                                    MUT 1246
MUS 213 Musicianship IV (1)                                                      MUT 1247
MUS 110 Piano Class II (1)                                                       MVK 1121

PERFORMANCE:
MUS 251 Voice (1-2) (6 hours total required)                                           MVV 1211, 1221, 1311, 1321
MUS 242 Special Project in Music: Career Development & Audition Seminar (1)
MUS 243 Special Project in Music: Performance Internship (1)
MUS 346 Junior/Senior Recital (0-1) (recommended but not required)
MUS 269 Recital/Concert Attendance (0) (must receive ‗satisfactory‘ every term)
MUS 446 Senior Recital/Showcase (1)

Select four semester hours from the following courses:
MUS 241 Special Projects: Musical Production Participation (1)
THR 241       Special Projects: Musical Production (0-1)
THR 242       Special Projects: Cabaret/Studio Theatre (0-1)
THR 245       Special Project: Technical Theater (1)
*Performing arts majors are required to audition for ALL university musical theater productions.

Select eight semester hours from the following ensembles (one each semester):
MUS 289 Orchestra (0-1)
MUS 290 Spartan Band (0-1)
MUS 291 Wind Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 292 Jazz Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 293 Collegiate Chorale (0-1)
MUS 294 Opus (0-1)
MUS 295 UT Women‘s Glee Club (0-1)
MUS 296 Tampa Oratorio Society (0-1)
MUS 309 Performance Class (0-1)
MUS 310 String Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 311 Classical Guitar Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 312 Woodwind Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 313 Brass Ensemble (0-1)
MUS 314 Percussion Ensemble (0-1)

THEATRE:
THR 201  Acting I for Majors (3)                                                 TPP 2110
THR 202  Acting II for Majors (3)                                                TPP 2170
THR 308  Development of Musical Theatre (3)
THR 320  Play Analysis (3)

DANCE:
DAN 110          Dance Partnering (2)
DAN 149          Beginning Ballet (2)                                              DAA 1200
DAN 141/241      Beginning or Intermediate Jazz Dance (2)                          DAA 2500
DAN 144          Beginning Tap Dance (2)
DAN 246          Special Project in Dance: Modern Jazz in Musical Revues (2)
UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 2007-2008
MAJOR:                Theatre
COLLEGE:              College of Arts and Letters
DEPARTMENT:           Speech, Theatre, and Dance
DEGREE:               Bachelor of Arts
CONTACT:              Ms. Susan Taylor Lennon, Associate Professor/Chair
                      401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
                      staylor.lennon@ut.edu
                      (813) 253-3333 x3745

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADMITTED: Unlimited

PROGRAM OF STUDY AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Complete General Distribution Requirements.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Courses graded C or above will be accepted for transfer if the courses are equivalent to courses offered at the University
of Tampa. Evaluations of previous college work are conducted on a course-by-course basis. However, students with an
Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are admitted as juniors. A maximum of 64 credits may be
transferred from a two-year community college. The cumulative grade point average for all course work attempted at
previous institution(s) should be a 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE THEATRE MAJOR
None beyond general admission requirements.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A THEATRE MAJOR (45 hours)

Voice Component:
University of Tampa Course                                                                 State Course Equivalency
SPE 100        Voice and Diction (4)
SPE 205        Oral Interpretation of Literature (4)

Theatre Studies Component:
THR 253        Survey of World Theatre I (3)                                     THE 1000
THR 254        Survey of World Theatre II (3)
THR 245        Special Project: Technical Theatre Production (1)
THR 246        Special Project: Stage Management and Design (1)
THR 320        Play Analysis (3)
THR 420*       Survey of Dramatic Literature (3)
*Students may substitute appropriate ENG dramatic literature courses. Courses such as ENG 282-289 and 309-311 are
acceptable. Students should consult the department chair regarding course substitutions.

Actor Training Component:
THR 101          Theatre Improvisation and Creativity (3)
THR 200          Voice and Body for the Actor (3)
DAN 142          Beginning Modern Dance (2) OR                                     DAA 2100
DAN 149          Beginning Ballet (2)                                              DAA 1200
THR 201          Acting I for Majors (3)                                           TPP 2110
THR 202          Acting II for Majors (3)                                          TPP 2170
THR 301          Acting III for Majors (3)
THR 302             Career Development for the Actor (3)
THR 240-242**       Production Participation (0-3)

Select one of the three following courses:
THR 425             Directing (3)                                                     TPP 4310
THR 320             Play Analysis (3)
THR 401             Acting Shakespeare (3)
THR 402             Advanced Acting Styles (3)

**Theatre majors are required to audition for ALL university theatre productions. Without prior consultation of the
department chair or the director of the production, your participation in the audition process constitutes your agreement
to accept any role offered. If cast in a part, the student must accept the role or risk losing his or her scholarship. Students
who do not adhere to this policy will not be allowed to audition for any productions or participate in departmental
events for the remainder of that academic year.

Suggested Elective Courses: Students pursuing the THR major are encouraged to consider the following courses for
the Baccalaureate Core or as general electives toward the completion of their degree requirements:
ENG 175        Ethical Questions and Modern Drama (4)
ENG 200        Introduction to Shakespeare (4)                                    ENL 3330
ENG 201        World Literature I (4)                                             LIT 2110
ENG 201        World Literature II (4)                                            LIT 2120
ENG 237        Comedy and Absurdity (4)
ENG 307        Shakespeare‘s Romances and Tragedies (4)
ENG 308        Shakespeare‘s Comedies and Histories (4)
ENG 240        Writing Drama (4)
ENG 247        Dramatic Writing for Radio and Alternative Performance (4)

				
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