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  • Chemistry
    Biology 4 MTH 211 Calculus 4 Degree Specific Requirements 7 8 hrs BIO 112 General Biology or higher 4 MTH 221 Calculus or MTH 301 Multivariable Calculus 3 4 Required Courses CHM 103 104 General Chemistry 8 CHM 301 302 Organic Chemistry 8 CHM 305 Analytical Chemistry 4 CHM 315 Biochemistry 4 CHM 341 342 Physical Chemistry 6 CHM 425 Inorganic Chemistry 4 CHM 412 Environmental Chemistry 331 Forensic Science 390 490 Selected Topics CHM 405 Advanced Chemistry Laboratory E Term only OR CHM 195 196 295 296 395 396 495 496 Independent Research 6 NSM 307 497 498 Seminar 6 PHY 203 204 Fundamentals of Physics 8 Total Hours in Major 54 II minor required B A Degree Liberal Arts Core Requirements 7 8 hrs BIO 111 or 112 General Biology 4 MTH 203 Concepts in Calculus or MTH 211 Calculus I 3 4 Degree Specific Requirements 8 hrs PHY 201 202 General Physics or PHY 203 204 Fundamentals of Physics 8 Required Courses CHM 103 104 General Chemistry 8 CHM 301 302 Organic Chemistry 8 CHM 305 Analytical Chemistry 4 CHM 315 Biochemistry 4 CHM 341 Physical Chemistry 3 CHM 425 Inorganic Chemistry 4 NSM 307 497 498 Seminar 6 CHM 412 Environmental Chemistry 331 Forensic Science 405 Advanced Chemistry Laboratory 342 Physical Chemistry 390 490 Selected Topics OR 195 196 295 296 395 396 495 496 Independent Research 2 4 Total Hours Required in Major 39 41 minor required Students who intend to pursue graduate education in chemistry are strongly encouraged to pursue the B S degree and to take MTH 208 Introductory Statistics MTH 301 Multivariable Calculus MTH 302 Introduction to Linear Algebra and MTH 303 Differential Equations in addition to the required MTH 211 Calculus I course Ferrum College offers teaching licensure in Chemistry BS

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  • English
    Introduction to Literary Studies 3 Degree Specific Requirements Foreign Language through intermediate level Required Common Courses 18 hours ENG 205 or 345 and 206 or 346 American Literature 6 Any three courses from ENG 201 202 203 204 361 or 362 World and British Literature 9 ENG 398 Junior Seminar 1 ENG 498 Senior Seminar 2 Total Hours 18 I Literature Emphasis Required Courses ENG 401 Literary Criticism 3 18 hours chosen from any other 300 400 level English courses of which 6 hours should be pre 19th century literature 6 hours 19th century and later literature and 6 hours from any other 300 400 level English courses or foreign language literature 18 Total Hours Required in Major 39 minor required II Creative and Professional Writing Emphasis Required Courses 6 hours ENG 218 Introduction to Creative Writing 3 ENG 461 Professional Writing 3 9 hours from the following COM 433 Media Scriptwriting 3 ENG 131 432 Journalism Practicum 1 ENG 141 442 Creative Arts Practicum 1 ENG 310 Media Issues 3 ENG 311 News Writing and Editing 3 ENG 312 Feature Writing and Production 3 ENG 319 Advanced Prose Writing 3 ENG 320 Advanced Poetry Writing 3 ENG 336 Linguistics 3 ENG 338 Rhetoric 3 ENG 433 Small Group Communication 3 6 hours from Any 300 400 level ENG course or other approved discipline 6 Total Hours Required in Major 39 minor required III Film and Popular Culture Emphasis Required Courses ENG 221 Introduction to Film 3 ENG 222 Introduction to Popular Culture 3 9 hours from the following COM 101 Introduction to Mass Communication 3 COM 271 Online Media 3 COM 369 Mass Media and Behavior 3 ENG 213 E Term Literature and Film of the American Frontier 3 ENG 214 Harry Potter and the Hero Myth 3 ENG 428 Contemporary Literature and Film 3 ENG 301 Literature for Children 3 ENG 350 Appalachian Literature 3 HON 211 Art Literature and Film of the Expressionist Period 3 HON 213 Media and Violence 3 HON 216 The Sixties 3 HUM 302 African American Studies 3 PSC 308 Media and Politics 3 PSC 491 Topics in Political Science International Relations Theory Film 3 REL 216 Religion in Film 3 SCI 145 Bad Science in Movies 2 SOC 204 Sociology of Sport 3 SOC 206 Introduction to American Folk Studies 3 6 hours from Any 300 400 level ENG course or other approved discipline 6 Total Hours Required in Major 39 minor required IV Teacher Certification Emphasis Ferrum College offers teaching licensure in English grades 6 12 through the selection of a minor in Teacher Education with specialization in Secondary Education This licensure requires passing state mandated testing prior to enrollment in EDU 402 The Profession of Teaching Student Teaching Field Experience and EDU 403 The Profession of Teaching Student Teaching Synthesis Students pursuing licensure must complete all components of the Teacher Education Minor See Teacher Education minor English majors interested in certification to teach English at the secondary level must minor

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  • Mathematical Science
    Statistics 3 MTH 221 Calculus II 4 MTH 301 Multivariable Calculus 3 MTH 302 Linear Algebra 3 MTH 303 Differential Equations 3 MTH 306 Intermediate Statistics 3 MTH 311 Discrete Mathematical Structures 3 MTH 390 490 Selected Topics or MTH 312 Discrete Mathematical Structures II 1 3 MTH 410 Introduction to Numerical Methods 3 MTH 420 Foundations of Geometry 3 MTH 497 Foundations of Mathematics 2 MTH 498 Senior Seminar OR EDU 402 The Profession of Teaching Student Teaching Field Experience and EDU 403 The Profession of Teaching Student Teaching Synthesis 3 12 Total Hours Required in Major minor required 34 45 Secondary Education Endorsement Option Ferrum College offers teaching licensure in Mathematics grades 6 12 through the selection of a minor in Teacher Education with specialization in Secondary Education This licensure requires passing state mandated testing prior to enrollment in EDU 402 The Profession of Teaching Student Teaching Field Experience and EDU 403 The Profession of Teaching Student Teaching Synthesis Students pursuing licensure must complete all components of the Teacher Education Minor In addition the Teacher Education Program supports an Add On Endorsement for teaching mathematics up to Algebra I Algebra I add on endorsement Teacher Education Licensure Students who are seeking an add on endorsement in Mathematics Algebra I must complete the courses listed below Add on endorsements must be combined with an initial licensure program in another content area Courses required for an add on endorsement Math 111 and 112 6 Math 208 3 Math 211 4 Math 302 3 Math 311 3 Math 420 3 CSC 320 or 225 3 4 Total Hours Required 25 26 Students who come to Ferrum with a strong background in Algebra and Trigonometry may choose to take Math 211 and Math 221 without taking Math 111 and Math 112 Students

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  • Social Studies
    course any Study Abroad course which grants academic credit or HIS 498 Senior Seminar 499 Senior Thesis For licensure in Social Studies students must complete EDU 402 The Profession of Teaching Student Teaching Field Experience and EDU 403 The Profession of Teaching Student Teaching Synthesis Required Liberal Arts Core Courses HIS 201 202 American History 6 PSC 101 American Government 3 REL 151 World Religions 3 Degree Specific Requirements SCI 121 Population Food and Environment 2 COM 201 Public Speaking 3 Required Courses 27 hours HIS 101 Western Civilization 3 ECO 201 Macroeconomics 3 PSC 202 State and Local Government 3 HIS 205 European History 1500 1789 3 HIS 206 European History 1789 1945 3 PSC 302 Political Geography 3 PSC 304 Modern Ideologies 3 HIS 316 Virginia History 3 HIS 398 Historiography 3 Non Western history Choose 3 hours from the following HIS 371 China 3 HIS 373 India 3 HIS 374 Southeast Asia 3 HIS 375 Subsaharan Africa 3 HIS 378 North Africa 3 HIS 380 Latin America 3 HIS 382 U S Latin American Relations 3 Major Electives Choose 9 hours from the following Any 300 400 level HIS or PSC courses Total Hours Required in Major 39 minor required Ferrum College offers teaching licensure in Social Studies grades 6 12 through the selection of a minor in Teacher Education with specialization in Secondary Education This licensure requires passing state mandated testing prior to enrollment in EDU 402 The Profession of Teaching Student Teaching Field Experience and EDU 403 The Profession of Teaching Student Teaching Synthesis Students pursuing licensure must complete all components of the Teacher Education Minor See Teacher Education minor There is no licensure in History Information For Future Students Accepted Students Current Students President s Welcome Alumni Friends and Donors Faculty and Staff Visitors

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  • Art
    Art in the Twentieth Century 3 Advanced Study 9 hours ART 398 Artist Practices 3 ART 497 Senior Studio 3 ART 498 Senior Exhibition 3 A Studio Arts Emphasis 15 hours Students choosing the Studio Arts emphasis may not receive credit for an additional ART emphasis area without the approval of the Program Coordinator Introduction to Media Choose 6 hours from the following ART 204 Intermediate Drawing ART 206 Introduction to Ceramics 3 ART 215 Photoshop 3 ART 217 Introduction to Photography 3 ART 228 Introduction to Sculpture 3 ART 230 The Painting Studio 3 Studio Practice Choose 6 hours from the following ART 304 Advanced Drawing 3 ART 306 Intermediate Ceramics 3 ART 317 Intermediate Photography 3 ART 328 Intermediate Sculpture 3 ART 330 Intermediate Painting 3 Advanced Study Choose 3 hours from the following ART 406 Advanced Ceramics 3 ART 411 Figure and Anatomy 3 ART 417 Advanced Photography 3 ART 428 Advanced Sculpture 3 ART 430 Advanced Painting 3 ART 450 Directed Study in Advanced Studio Problems 3 ART 499 Internship 3 Total Hours Required in Major 39 B Graphic Design Emphasis 15 hours Required Liberal Arts Core for Graphic Design emphasis only ECO 202 Microeconomics 3 Degree Specific Requirements for Graphic Design emphasis only BUS 304 Advertising 3 COM 101 Introduction to Mass Communication OR ENG 310 Media Issues 3 Introduction to Media ART 222 Basic Computer Graphics 3 ART 215 Photoshop 3 ART 232 Web Design X 3 Studio Practice ART 322 Graphic Design Print Media 3 ART 332 Graphic Design Typography Logo Systems 3 Total Hours in Major 39 Art Education Endorsement The student minoring in education must complete the Studio Arts emphasis area and include the following in their program ART 206 Introduction to Ceramics ART 324 Art for Educators ART 450 Directed

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  • Theatre Arts - Track I Ð Acting and Directing
    to the Present WI 3 THA 320 Advanced Acting and Performance Theory 3 THA 336 Creative Dramatics in School Church and Community 4 THA 446 Play Production II Advanced Directing 3 THA 498 Senior Seminar 3 Theatre Electives Choose 5 hours from the following THA 100 Theatre Appreciation 3 THA 203 Video Production Workshop 3 THA 233 Introduction to Musical Theatre 3 THA 282 288 Performance Practicum up to 2 for credit 1 each THA 305 405 Applied Summer Theatre II III 3 each THA 346 Readers Theatre SI 3 THA 412 413 414 Special Theatre Topics 1 3 THA 499 Internship 3 6 Total Hours Required in Major 39 minor required Teacher Licensure For B A Degree with Teacher Education minor for all level licensure required Ferrum College offers teaching licensure in Theatre Arts grades PK 12 through the selection of a minor in Teacher Education with specialization in All Level Education This licensure requires passing state mandated testing prior to enrollment in EDU 402 The Profession of Teaching Student Teaching Field Experience and EDU 403 The Profession of Teaching Student Teaching Synthesis Students pursuing licensure must complete all components of the Teacher Education Minor Required Liberal Arts Core and Degree Specific Courses 18 hours ENG 201 202 203 or 204 6 DAN any two classes 2 PSY 201 General Psychology 3 PSY 211 Child Adolescent Development and 3 PSY 291 Practicum and Child Development Lab 1 MUS 426 Music for Children 3 No Minor Required B F A The B F A is frequently but not exclusively chosen by those students wishing to pursue M F A Degrees and professional performing careers It stresses heavy course and performance work in the area of emphasis Students pursuing this degree normally declare no later than five semesters before graduation If graduation is sooner they must gain the endorsement of the program coordinator There are two emphasis areas Acting Directing and Musical Theatre Required Common Theatre Courses for both Emphasis Areas THA 111 Fundamentals of Acting I 3 THA 205 Applied Summer Theatre I 3 THA 300 Auditions and Makeup 3 THA 301 World Theatre I through the 18 th Century WI 3 THA 302 World Theatre II through the Present WI 3 THA 320 Advanced Acting 4 THA 498 Senior Seminar 3 THA 499 Internship 3 Acting Directing Emphasis Acting Directing Electives Choose 14 hours from the following THA 112 Fundamentals of Acting II 3 THA 202 Stagecraft 3 THA 203 Video Workshop 3 THA 246 Play Production I Beginning Directing 3 THA 305 405 Applied Summer Theatre II III 3 each THA 336 Creative Dramatics in School Church and Community 3 THA 346 Readers Theatre 3 THA 412 413 414 Special Topics 1 3 THA 446 Play Production II Advanced Directing 3 THA 481 Academic Theatre Practicum 1 Communication Media Electives Choose 9 hours from the following COM 101 Introduction to Mass Communication 3 COM 141 241 Radio Performance Practicum Seminar 3 COM 271 Online Media 3 COM 304

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  • Health and Human Performance
    program This emphasis provides the scientific background and academic experience which will prepare students to be effective educators See Teacher Education Minor The Experiential Component requirement of the major for this emphasis can be met by successfully completing EDU 402 The Profession of Teaching Student Teaching Field Experience and EDU 403 The Profession of Teaching Student Teaching Synthesis Degree Specific Requirements 8 hours BIO 255 Anatomy and Physiology 4 PSY 211 Human Growth and Development Child and Adolescent 3 PSY 291 Practicum and Child Development Lab 1 Required Courses 14 hours DAN 105 or 106 or 110 or 111 1 HHP 145 Rhythmics and Recreational Games 1 HHP 320 Health and Physical Education for Children Pre K 6 3 HHP 321 The Physical Education Experience for Adolescents 3 HHP 361 Exercise Assessment and Prescription 3 HHP 401 Methods for Teaching Health Education 3 Total Hours Required in Major 39 II Exercise and Sport Studies Emphasis This option offers rigorous academic training to meet an increasing demand for well educated professionals capable of delivering a broad range of exercise based preventive technical education and rehabilitative services The specialists in this area develop individual exercise programs for a diverse population ranging from healthy individuals to individuals with known cardiovascular disease Degree Specific Requirements 4 hours BIO 255 Anatomy and Physiology 4 Required Courses 22 hours BUS 230 Computer Applications 3 HHP 206 Introduction to Athletic Injuries 3 HHP 332 Strength and Conditioning 3 HHP 361 Exercise Assessment and Prescription 3 HHP 400 Advanced Exercise Assessment 3 HHP 450 Capstone Design and Application of HHP Programs 3 HHP 499 Internship 4 Suggested electives include HHP 305 REC 350 SCI 137 Total Hours Required in Major 47 III Exercise Science Emphasis This emphasis is designed to serve as a pre professional course of study for athletic training sports medicine physical therapy cardiac rehabilitation or physiology of exercise This option would be for individuals interested in specializing in preventing diagnosing and treating injuries related to participating in sports and or exercise specifically the rotation or deformation of joints or muscles caused by engaging in such physical activities An exercise physiology and science professional performs a variety of tasks and procedures to assists athletes of all ages amateur or professional in any sport Degree Specific Requirements 7 hours BIO 255 Anatomy and Physiology 4 MTH 111 Pre Calculus I 3 Required Courses 32 hours CHM 101 Fundamentals of Inorganic Chemistry OR CHM 103 General Chemistry 4 CHM 105 Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry OR CHM 301 Organic Chemistry 4 HHP 206 Introduction to Athletic Injuries OR HHP 332 Strength and Conditioning 3 HHP 361 Exercise Assessment and Prescription 3 HHP 400 Advanced Exercise Assessment 3 HHP 450 Capstone Design and application of HHP Programs 3 HHP 499 Internship 4 PHY 201 General Physics 4 PHY 202 General Physics 4 Suggested electives include BIO 303 CHM 315 Total Hours Required in Major 57 IV Health Promotion Emphasis This option provides an area of interest for those concerned

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  • Spanish
    3 SPA 302 Advanced Speaking and Comprehension Speaking Intensive 3 SPA 498 Senior Thesis to be done in the senior year 3 Major Electives Any 21 hours from the following SPA 201 Intermediate Spanish I 3 SPA 202 Intermediate Spanish II 3 SPA 320 Introduction to Literature in Spanish 3 SPA 325 Spanish Culture 3 SPA 326 Latin American Culture 3 SPA 351 352 Conversation Circle I II 1 credit each SPA 403 Spanish Literature 3 SPA 404 Latin American Literature Spanish 3 SPA 411 Professional Spanish 3 SPA 451 Directed Study 3 SPA 452 Directed Study 3 SPA 499 Internship 3 Liberal Arts Electives Any 6 hours from the following ECO 430 Development Economics 3 ENG 201 World Literature I 3 ENG 202 World Literature II 3 ENG 210 World Folktales and Literature 3 ENG 401 Literary Criticism 3 HIS 380 Latin America 3 HIS 382 U S Latin American Relations 3 PSC 302 Political Geography 3 PSC 306 Politics and Human Rights 3 PSC 435 Political Economy of Development 3 REL 111 Literature of the Bible 3 REL 113 Literature of the New Testament 3 REL 151 World Religions 3 Total Hours Required in Major 36 minor required Spanish Education Endorsement Ferrum College offers teaching licensure in Spanish grades PK 12 through the selection of a minor in Teacher Education with specialization in All Level Education This licensure requires passing state mandated testing prior to enrollment in EDU 402 The Profession of Teaching Student Teaching Field Experience and EDU 403 The Profession of Teaching Student Teaching Synthesis Students pursuing licensure must complete all components of the Teacher Education Minor See Teacher Education minor PSY 211 PSY 291 required EDU 310 EDU 312 and ENG 336 must be taken as part of the major to fulfill the understanding of

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