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    K-State Undergraduate Catalog 2002-2004
    About the Catalog
    About the University
    Calendar
    Glossary and Abbreviations
    Admission
    Academic Advising
    Enrollment
    Tuition and Fees
    Degrees
    Grades
    All-University Regulations
    Student Financial Assistance
    Services for Students
    Auxiliary Services and Facilities
    International Programs
    Secondary Majors
    Agriculture
    Architecture, Planning, and Design
    Arts and Sciences
    Business Administration
    Education
    dAdvising
    dUniversity General Education
    dHonors Program
    dSupport Facilities and Programs
    dTeacher Education
    dElementary Education Program
    dSecondary Education Program
    dSecondary Education Teaching Fields
    dOptional Secondary Licensure Programs
    dOptional Secondary Licensure Program at the Middle Level
    dSecondary Education Programs Outside the College of Education
    dOther Program Choices
    dGeneral Courses
    dCounseling and Educational Psychology
    dEducational Administration and Leadership
    dElementary Education
    dFoundations and Adult Education
    dSecondary Education
    dSpecial Education
    Engineering
    Human Ecology
    Technology and Aviation
    Veterinary Medicine
    Graduate School
    Intercollegiate Athletics
    K-State Research and Extension
    Outreach
    University Faculty
     

    Secondary Education Teaching Fields

    Agricultural education
    For agricultural education requirements, see the section on secondary education programs outside the College of Education.

    Art education (EDART)
    Students preparing for K-12 certification must complete ART 425 Art for Elementary Schools and student teaching on both the elementary and secondary levels.

    ART 1002D Design3
    ART 190Drawing I3
    ART 195Survey of Art History I3
    ART 196Survey of Art History II3
    ART 2003D Design3
    ART 210Drawing II3
    ART 220Water Color I3
    ART 245Painting I3
    ART 265Ceramics I3
    ART 270Metalsmithing and Jewelry3
    ART 295Photography in Art3
    ART 376Studio Art Exploration3
    ART 545Twentieth Century Art History I3
    ART 690Techniques in Teaching Art2
    Three additional art studio hours that build on prior course experience in that area3
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    Business education (EDBUS)

     
    ACCTG 231Accounting for Business Operations3
    ACCTG 241Accounting for Investments and
    Finances3
    MANGT 390Business Law I3
    MANGT 420Management Concepts3
    MKTG 400Marketing3
    University General Education courseSPEECH 311Business and Professional Speaking3
     
    EDSEC 215Information Processing3
    EDSEC 315Administrative Data Applications3
    EDSEC 415Administrative Support Services
    and Technology1
    EDSEC 416Office Management3
    ECON 530Money and Banking3
    or
    FINAN 450Introduction to Finance3
     
    Select one of the following:
    FINAN 460Insurance3
    MANGT 366Management Information Systems4
    MANGT 440Entrepreneurship3
     
    Option A: Computer literacy 8
    CIS 300Algorithms and Data Structures3
    or
    EDETC 723Logo and Problem Solving3
    EDETC 718Learning Technologies3
    EDSEC 500Content Area Methods in the Secondary School: Computers2
     
    Option B: Vocational office education 7
    EDSEC 620Principles and Philosophy of
    Vocation Education3
    EDSEC 701Administration and Supervision of
    Vocational Education2
    EDSEC 713Occupational Analysis1
    EDSEC 739Coordination of Cooperative Vocational Education2
     
    Option C: Accounting6
    Supporting courses required
    ECON 110Principles of Macroeconomics3
    ECON 120Principles of Microeconomics3
    CIS 101, 102,
    103Introduction to Information Technology and Microcomputers3
    CIS 200Fundamentals of Computer Programming (or other programming language)4
     
    Select one of the following:
    FSHS 105Introduction to Personal and Family
    Finance3
    FSHS 400Family Economics3
    FSHS 405Advanced Personal and Family
    Finance3
    56-59
     
    English (EDENG)
    Three of the following four survey courses:
    ENGL 361British Survey I3
    ENGL 362British Survey II3
    ENGL 381American Survey I3
    ENGL 382American Survey II3
     
    Required:
    ENGLWorld literature course3
    ENGL 310Introduction to Literature Studies3
    ENGL 350Introduction to Shakespeare3
    ENGL 400Advanced Expository Writing for
    Prospective Teachers3
    ENGL 435Linguistics for Teachers3
    ENGL 545Literature for Adolescents3
    ENGL elective 320 or above3
    ENGLLiterature electives at 600 level
    and above6
    ENGLComposition elective3
    39
     
    English/journalism (EDENJ)
    Two of the following:
    ENGL 361British Survey I3
    ENGL 362British Survey II3
    ENGL 381American Survey I3
    ENGL 382American Survey II3
    Required:
    ENGLWorld literature course3
    ENGL 310Introduction to Literary Studies3
    ENGL 350Introduction to Shakespeare3
    ENGL 435Linguistics for Teachers3
    ENGL 545Literature for Adolescents3
    ENGL elective 320 or above3
    Literature elective above 600 level3
    MC 235Mass Communication in Society3
    MC 400News and Feature Writing3
    MC 430Photography I3
    MC 440Editing and Design3
    MC 565Law of Mass Communications3
    MC 605Supervision of School Publications3
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    Family and consumer sciences education
    For family and consumer sciences education requirements, see the section on secondary education programs outside the College of Education.

    Journalism (EDJOR)

    MC 235Mass Communication in Society3
    MC 400News and Feature Writing3
    MC 430Photography I3
    MC 440Editing and Design3
    MC 565Law of Mass Communications3
    MC 605Supervision of School Publications3
     
    Electives (Recommended courses) (12 hours):
    MC 320Principles of Advertising3
    MC 360Publications Practice1-4
    MC 410Writing for the Electronic Media3
    MC 470Audio I3
    or
    MC 480Video I3
    MC 500Advanced News and Feature Writing3
    MC 510Yearbook Editing and Management2
    MC 540Advanced Editing and Design3
    MC 555Advertising Techniques3
    MC 710History of Journalism3
    MC 720Ethics in Mass Communications3
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    Mathematics (EDMTH)
    MATH 220Analytic Geometry and Calculus I4
    MATH 221Analytic Geometry and Calculus II4
    MATH 222Analytic Geometry and Calculus III4
    MATH 240Elementary Differential Equations4
    MATH 312Finite Application of Mathematics3
    MATH 511Introduction to Algebraic Systems3
    MATH 570History of Math3
    MATH 572Foundations of Geometry3
     
    Approved mathematics courses numbered 400-799 (6 hours) (Recommended courses): MATH 510Discrete Math3
    MATH 520Foundations of Analysis3
    MATH 551Applied Matrix Theory3
    MATH 591Topics of Secondary School Teaching3
     
    Supporting courses required:
    STAT 320Elements of Statistics3
    or
    STAT 510Introductory Probability and
    Statistics I3
    CIS 200Fundamentals of Computer Programming4
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    It is recommended that a course in physics be included as part of general education.
     
    Modern languages (EDMLA)
    Modern language majors must demonstrate proficiency in speaking and understanding the foreign language during the semester preceding methods (EDSEC 500) by scoring at least an ``advanced'' on the Department of Modern Languages oral proficiency interview. The interview is conducted by members of the modern language department faculty by arrangement with each individual. Students should contact the modern language education advisor for additional information.
     
    French
    Required:
    FREN 211French III5
    FREN 213French IV4
    FREN 214French Conversation IVA2
    FREN 511Masterpieces of French Literature I3
    FREN 512Masterpieces of French Literature II3
    FREN 513French Composition and Grammar3
    FREN 514French Civilization3
    FREN 719Advanced Spoken and Written French3
    FRENFrench electives at 500 and above6
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    German
    Required:
    GRMN 221German III5
    GRMN 223German IV4
    GRMN 224German Conversation IVA2
    GRMN 521Introduction to German Literature I3
    GRMN 522Introduction to German Literature II3
    GRMN 530German Civilization3
    GRMN 731Advanced Spoken and Written German3
    GRMNGerman electives at 500 and above9
    32
     
    Spanish
    Required:
    SPAN 261Spanish III5
    SPAN 263Spanish IV4
    SPAN 264Elementary Spanish Conversation IVA2
    SPAN 563Introduction to the Literature of
    Spanish America3
    SPAN 564Spanish Composition and Grammar3
    SPAN 565Spanish Civilization3
    or
    SPAN 566Hispanic-American Civilization3
    SPAN 567Introduction to the Literature of Spain3
    SPAN 571Advanced Spanish Conversation3
    SPANSpanish electives at 500 and above6
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    Licensure to teach elementary school foreign language is an optional extension of secondary school licensure. The following must be added to the requirements for secondary modern foreign language certification if elementary foreign language licensure is desired:
     
    EDEL 502Foreign Language Elementary School Practicum1-3
    EDEL 585Teaching Participation in the Elementary School2
    EDEL 720Foreign Language Methods for Elementary Schools (offered spring only)3
     
    Natural sciences
    Biological science (EDBSC)
    BIOL 198Principles of Biology4
    BIOL 201Organismic Biology5
    BIOL 455General Microbiology4
    BIOL 303Ecology of Environmental Problems3
    or
    BIOL 529Fundamentals of Ecology3
    ASI 500Genetics3
    or
    BIOL 450Modern Genetics3
     
    BIOL 541Cell Biology3
     
    Approved elecives at the 300 level or higher from the Department of Biology or related life sciences (e.g., entomology, horticulture, plant pathology, etc.)6-7
     
    Chemistry courses required:
    CHM 210Chemistry I4
    CHM 230Chemistry II4
    CHM 350General Organic Chemistry3
    CHM 351General Organic Chemistry Lab2
     
    Other required courses:
    GEOL 103Geology Laboratory1
    GEOL 512Earth Science3
    PHYS 115Descriptive Physics5
    PHYS 191Descriptive Astronomy3
    MATH 100College Algebra3
    MATH 150Plane Trigonometry3
    MATH 312Finite Applications of Math3
    STAT 320Elements of Statistics3
    EDSEC 614Lab Techniques in Teaching Science3
    69-71
     
    Chemistry (EDCHM)
    CHM 210Chemistry I4
    CHM 230Chemistry II4
    CHM 350General Organic Chemistry3
    CHM 351General Organic Chemistry Laboratory2
    CHM 371Chemical Analysis4
    CHM 500General Physical Chemistry3
    CHMChemistry electives5
     
    Supporting courses required:
    BIOL 198Principles of Biology4
    GEOL 100Earth in Action3
    GEOL 103Geology Lab1
    MATH 220Analytic Geometry and Calculus I4
    MATH 221Analytic Geometry and Calculus II4
    MATH 222Analytic Geometry and Calculus III4
    or
    MATH 312Finite Applications of Math3
    PHYS 113General Physics I4
    PHYS 114General Physics II4
    PHYS 191Descriptive Astronomy4
    STAT 320Elementary Statistics3
    EDSEC 614Laboratory Techniques in Teaching
    Science3
    61-62
     
    It is highly recommended that additional courses be selected to fulfill requirements for an additional teaching area in biology or physics. The course selection should be made in consultation with the science education advisor.
     
    Earth science (EDESC)
    GEOL 100Earth in Action3
    GEOL 102Earth Through Time3
    GEOL 103Geology Laboratory1
    GEOL 105Oceanography3
    GEOL 301Historical Geology Lab1
    GEOL 502Mineralogy3
    GEOL 520Geomorphology2
     
    Supporting courses required:
    BIOL 198Principles of Biology4
    BIOL 201Organismic Biology5
    CHM 210Chemistry I4
    CHM 230Chemistry II4
    GEOG 220Environmental Geography I4
    GEOG 221Environmental Geography II4
    MATH 100College Algebra3
    MATH 150Plane Trigonometry3
    MATH 312Finite Applications3
    PHYS 113General Physics I4
    PHYS 114General Physics II4
    PHYS 191Descriptive Astronomy3
    STAT 320Elementary Statistics3
    EDSEC 614Laboratory Techniques in Teaching
    Science3
    67
     
    It is highly recommended that additional courses be selected to fulfill requirements for an additional teaching area in biology, physics, or chemistry. The course selection should be made in consultation with the science education advisor.
     
    Physical science (EDPSC)
    PHYS 113General Physics I4
    PHYS 114General Physics II4
    PHYS 191Descriptive Astronomy3
    PHYS 452Contemporary Physics4
    CHM 210Chemistry I4
    CHM 230Chemistry II4
    CHM 350General Organic Chemistry3
    CHM 351General Organic Chemistry
    Laboratory2
    CHM 371Chemical Analysis4
    GEOL 100Earth in Action3
    GEOL 102Earth Through Time3
    GEOL 103Geology Laboratory1
    GEOL 105Oceanography3
    GEOL 301Historical Geology Lab1
    GEOL 502Mineralogy3
    or
    GEOL 520Geomorphology2
    GEOG 220Environmental Geography I4
     
    Supporting courses required:
    BIOL 198Principles of Biology4
    MATH 220Analytic Geometry and Calculus I4
    MATH 221Analytic Geometry and Calculus II4
    MATH 222Analytic Geometry and Calculus III4
    or
    MATH 312Finite Applications of Math3
    STAT 320Elementary Statistics3
    EDSEC 614Laboratory Techniques in Teaching
    Science3
    70-72
     
    Physics (EDPHY)
    PHYS 122Computation and Experimentation
    in Physics3
    PHYS 191Descriptive Astronomy3
    PHYS 223Physics I: Mechanics and
    Thermodynamics5
    PHYS 224Physics II: Electromagnetism and Sound5
    PHYS 325Physics III: Relativity and Quantum Physics4
    PHYS 506Physics Laboratory3
    PHYS 522Mechanics I4
    PHYS 532Electricity and Magnetism I3
     
    Supporting courses required:
    BIOL 198Principles of Biology4
    CHM 210Chemistry I4
    CHM 230Chemistry II4
    GEOL 103Geology Laboratory1
    GEOL 100Earth in Action3
    or
    GEOL 512Earth Science3
    MATH 220Analytic Geometry and Calculus I4
    MATH 221Analytic Geometry and Calculus II4
    MATH 222Analytic Geometry and Calculus III4
    MATH 240Series and Differential Equations4
    EDSEC 614Laboratory Techniques in Teaching
    Science3
    65
     
    It is highly recommended that additional courses be selected to fulfill requirements for an additional teaching area in chemistry or mathematics. The course selection should be made in consultation with the science education advisor.
     
    Social sciences
    Economics (EDEC)
    Courses required:
    ANTH 204Introduction to Cultural Anthropology3
    ECON 110Principles of Macroeconomics3
    GEOG 100World Regional Geography3
    GEOG 200Human Geography3
    POLSC 110Introduction to Political Science3
    POLSC 321Kansas Politics and Government3
    POLSC 325U.S. Politics3
    SOCIO 211Introduction to Sociology3
    HIST 101World Civilization: Rise of Europe3
    HIST 102World Civilization: Modern Era3
    HIST 251U.S. History to 18773
    HIST 252U.S. History Since 18773
     
    Supporting courses:
    ECON 120Principles of Microeconomics3
    ECON 510Intermediate Macroeconomics I3
    ECON 520Intermediate Macroeconomics II3
    ECON 530Money and Banking3
    ECON 536Comparative Economics3
     
    Three hours of 500 level or above from economics: ECON3
     
    Three hours of 300 level or above from history: HIST3
    57
     
    Geography (EDGEO)
    Courses required:
    ANTH 200Introduction to Cultural Anthropology3
    or
    ANTH 204General Education Introduction to Cultural Anthropology3
    ECON 110Principles of Macroeconomics3
    GEOG 100World Regional Geography3
    GEOG 200Human Geography3
    POLSC 110Introduction to Political Science3
    POLSC 321Kansas Politics and Government3
    POLSC 325U.S. Politics3
    SOCIO 211Introduction to Sociology3
    HIST 101World Civilization: Rise of Europe3
    HIST 102World Civilization: Modern Era3
    HIST 251U.S. History to 18773
    HIST 252U.S. History Since 18773
     
    Supporting courses:
    GEOG 220Environmental Geography I4
    GEOG 440Geography of Natural Resources3
    GEOG 450Geography of Economic Behavior3
    GEOG 500Geography of the United States3
     
    Three hours of 500 level or above from geography: GEOG3
     
    Three hours of 300 level or above from history: HIST3
     
    Three hours of 300 level or above from economics, history, political science, or sociology: ECON/HIST/POLSC/SOCIO3
    57
     
    History (EDHST)
    Courses required:
    ANTH 200Introduction to Cultural Anthropology3
    or
    ANTH 204General Education Introduction to Cultural Anthropology3
    ECON 110Principles of Macroeconomics3
    GEOG 100World Regional Geography3
    GEOG 200Human Geography3
    POLSC 110Introduction to Political Science3
    POLSC 321Kansas Politics and Government3
    POLSC 325U.S. Politics3
    SOCIO 211Introduction to Sociology3
    HIST 101World Civilization: Rise of Europe3
    HIST 102World Civilization: Modern Era3
    HIST 251U.S. History to 18773
    HIST 252U.S. History Since 18773
     
    Supporting course:
    HIST 586Advanced Seminar3
     
    Nine hours of 500 level or above from history distributed in 3 of the following areas:
    HISTAncient medieval and early modern Europe
    HISTModern Europe including Britain
    HISTThe Third World (Asia, Africa, Latin America)
    HISTThe United States
    HISTHistory of science, technology, and military history
     
    Three hours of 300 level or above from economics, geography, political science, or sociology
    ECON/GEOG/POLSC/SOCIO3
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    Political science (EDPLS)
    Courses required:
    ANTH 200Introduction to Cultural Anthropology3
    or
    ANTH 204General Education Introduction to Cultural Anthropology3
    ECON 110Principles of Macroeconomics3
    GEOG 100World Regional Geography3
    GEOG 200Human Geography3
    POLSC 110Introduction to Political Science3
    POLSC 321Kansas Politics and Government3
    POLSC 325U.S. Politics3
    SOCIO 211Introduction to Sociology3
    HIST 101World Civilization: Rise of Europe3
    HIST 102World Civilization: Modern Era3
    HIST 251U.S. History to 18773
    HIST 252U.S. History Since 18773
     
    Supporting courses:
    POLSC 301Introduction to Political Thought3
    POLSC 333World Politics3
    POLSC 344Introduction to Comparative Politics3
    POLSC 400Inquiry into Politics and Analysis3
     
    Three hours of 300 level or above from history: HIST3
     
    Three hours of 300 level or above from economics, history, geography, or sociology: ECON/HIST/GEOG/SOCIO3
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    Sociology (EDSOC)
    Courses required:
    ANTH 200Introduction to Cultural Anthropology3
    or
    ANTH 204General Education Introduction to Cultural Anthropology3
    ECON 110Principles of Macroeconomics3
    GEOG 100World Regional Geography3
    GEOG 200Human Geography3
    POLSC 110Introduction to Political Science3
    POLSC 321Kansas Politics and Government3
    POLSC 325U.S. Politics3
    SOCIO 211Introduction to Sociology3
    HIST 101World Civilization: Rise of Europe3
    HIST 102World Civilization: Modern Era3
    HIST 251U.S. History to 18773
    HIST 252U.S. History Since 18773
     
    Supporting courses:
    SOCIO 440Social Organization3
    SOCIO 511Comparative Social Theory3
    SOCIO 520Methods of Social Research3
    SOCIO 535Population Dynamics3
    SOCIO 450Social Interaction3
    or
    SOCIO 640Sociology of Family3
     
    Three hours of 500 level or above from sociology: SOCIO3
     
    Three hours of 300 level or above from history: HIST3
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    Speech (EDSPH)
    All speech education majors are required to complete
    36 hours of speech and theatre courses in addition to SPCH 105 or 106, Public Speaking IA or I.
     
    The following courses are required:
    SPCH 325Argumentation and Debate3
    SPCH 321Public Speaking II3
    SPCH 330Rhetoric in Western Thought3
    SPCH 426Coaching and Directing Speech
    Activities3
    SPCH500 level or above in general speech3
    SPCH 322Interpersonal Communication3
    or
    SPCH 326Small Group Discussion3
    THTRE 261Fundamentals of Acting3
    THTRE 263Oral Interpretation of Literature3
    THTRE 270Introduction to Theatre3
    THTRE 368Fundamentals of Technical Production3
    THTRE 370Dramatic Structure3
    THTRE500 level or above in theatre3
    THTRE 565Principles of Directing3
    MC 235Mass Communications in Society3
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    Topics within Education:
    dAdvising dSecondary Education Teaching Fields dEducational Administration and Leadership
    dUniversity General Education dOptional Secondary Licensure Programs dElementary Education
    dHonors Program dOptional Secondary Licensure Program at the Middle Level dFoundations and Adult Education
    dSupport Facilities and Programs dSecondary Education Programs Outside the College of Education dSecondary Education
    dTeacher Education dOther Program Choices dSpecial Education
    dElementary Education Program dGeneral Courses   
    dSecondary Education Program dCounseling and Educational Psychology   
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