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Undergraduate Studies

Major Prequisites

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Programs of Study for each of the majors can be found on the Osprey Map website. 

Course descriptions and the prerequisites for each course can be found in the Undergraduate Catalog.

  • Anthropology
    ANT 2000 - Introduction to Anthropology 
    ANT 2423 - Kinship & Family
  • Art History
    ARH 2050 - Art History Survey I
    ARH 2051 - Art History Survey II
    ART 1201C -Two-dimensional Design
    ART 1300C - Drawing I
    Must complete through the intermediate level in a foreign language
  • Behavioral Neuroscience
    PSY 2012 - Introduction to Psychology
    BSC 1010C - General Biology I
    BSC 1011C - General Biology II
    CHM 2045/L - General Chemistry I w/ Lab
    CHM 2046/L - General Chemistry II w/ Lab
    CHM 2210/L - Organic Chemistry I w/ Lab
    STA 2014 - Elem Statistics for Health/Social Sciences
    MAC 2311 - Calculus I
  • Biology (Coastal Environmental Science, Coastal & Marine Biology, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Molecular/Cell Biology & Biotechnology)
    BSC 2991 - Introduction to Biology Major (recommended)
    BSC 1010C - General Biology I
    BSC 1011C - General Biology II
    CHM 2045/L - General Chemistry I w/ Lab
    CHM 2046/L - General Chemistry II w/ Lab
    CHM 2210/L - Organic Chemistry I w/ Lab
    MAC 2311 - Calculus I
     
    Select 1 course: 
    CHM 2211/L - Organic Chemistry II w/ Lab
    CHM 3120C - Quantitative Analytical Chemistry
     
    Select 1 course:
    STA 2014 - Elem Statistics for Health/Social Sciences
    MAC 2312 - Calculus II
  • Biomedical Sciences
    BSC 1010C - General Biology I 
    BSC 1010C - General Biology II
    CHM 2045/L - General Chemistry I w/ Lab
    CHM 2046/L - General Chemistry II w /Lab
    CHM 2210/L - Organic Chemistry I w/ Lab
    CHM 2211/L - Organic Chemistry II w/ Lab
    MAC 2311 - Calculus I
    PHY 1028 - Introduction to Physics
    PHY 2053/L - Algebra Physics I w/ Lab
    PHY 2054/L - Algebra Physics II w/ Lab
     
    Select 1 course: 
    STA 2014 - Elem Statistics for Health/Social Sciences
    MAC 2312 - Calculus II
  • Chemistry (Biochemistry, Pre-Medical, Materials)
    CHM 2045/L - General Chemistry I w/ Lab
    CHM 2046/L - General Chemistry II w/ Lab
    CHM 2210/L - Organic Chemistry I w/ Lab
    CHM 2211/L - Organic Chemistry II w/ Lab
    MAC 2311 - Calculus I
    MAC 2312 - Calculus II 
    PHY 1028 - Introduction to Physics
    PHY 2048C - Calculus Physics I 
    PHY 2049/L - Calculus Physics II w/ Lab
  • Communication (Advertising, Multimedia Journalism, Digital Video Production, Public Relations)
    MMC 1004 - Media Literacy
    SPC 2608 - Fundamentals of Speech
     
    Advertising concentration also requires:
    STA 2023 - Elem Statistics for Business
    ENC 3250 - Professional Communication
     
    Multimedia Journalism, Digital Video Production, Public Relations concentrations also require:
    STA 2014 - Elem Statistics for Health/Social Sciences
  • Communication Studies
    MMC 2701 - Communicating Across Cultures (recommended)
    SPC 2608 - Fundamentals of Speech
    STA 2014 - Elem Statistics for Health/Social Sciences 
  • Criminal Justice
    CCJ 2002 - Crime in America (recommended)
    STA 2014 - Elem Statistics for Health/Social Sciences
  • English
    2 lower-level ENC courses
    2 lower-level survey literature courses
  • Fine Art (Photography, Ceramics, Painting/Drawing & Printmaking, Sculpture)
    ART 1300C - Drawing I
    ART 2301C - Drawing II
    ART 1201C - Two-dimensional Design
    ART 2203C - Three-dimensional Design
    ARH 2050 - Art History Survey I
    ARH 2051 - Art History Survey II
    2 art media electives
  • French Studies
    FRE 1120 - Beginning French I
    FRE 1121 - Beginning French II
    FRE 2240 - Intermediate French I
    FRE 2241 - Intermediate French II 
  • Graphic Design & Digital Media
    ART 1300C - Drawing I
    ART 2301C - Drawing II
    ART 1201C - Two-dimensional Design
    ARH 2050 - Art History Survey I
    ARH 2051 - Art History Survey II 
    ART 1600C - Digital Imaging Methods
    GRA 2190C - Graphic Design Principles
    GRA 2110C - Graphic Design Creativity & Critique
    GRA 2160C - Graphic Design Process & Methods
    GRA 2208C - Type Visualization
    GRA 2108 - Graphic Design History
  • History
    2 lower-level history courses
    1 additional lower-level history course (recommended)
    STA 2014 - Elem Statistics for Health/Social Sciences (recommended)
  • Interdisciplinary Studies (Film Studies, Environmental Studies, and other individual programs of study)
    Prerequisites vary based on student's goals.
  • International Studies
    Select 1 course:
    INR 2002 - Introduction to International Relations 
    CPO 2002 - Introduction to Comparative Politics
     
    Must complete through the intermediate level of a foreign language
  • Mathematics (BA and BS)
    MAC 2311 - Calculus I
    MAC 2312 - Calculus II
    MAC 2313 - Calculus III
    MAP 2302 - Ordinary Differential Equations
    1 lab science for science majors
    1 programming course (COP 2220 preferred)
  • Music Jazz Studies
    MUT 1111 - Theory I
    MUT 1112 - Theory II
    MUT 1241 - Theory I, Aural
    MUT 1242 - Theory II, Aural
    MVK 1111 - Class Piano I
    MVK 1112 - Class Piano II
    MUT 1361 - Jazz Fundamentals I
    MUT 1362 - Jazz Fundamentals II
    MUN 2120 - Concert Band
    MUN 2710 - Jazz Ensemble-Lower Level
    MUS 1010 - Performance Lab (each term)
    MUS 1011 - Concert Attendance (each term)
    applied music course (each term)
  • Music Performance (Piano, Voice, Harp, Strings, Woodwinds/Brass/Percussion, Technology & Production)
    MUT 1111 - Theory I
    MUT 1112 - Theory II
    MUT 1241 - Theory I, Aural
    MUT 1242 - Theory II, Aural
    MVK 1111 - Class Piano I
    MVK 1112 - Class Piano II
    MUS 1010 - Performance Lab (each term)
    MUS 1011 - Concert Attendance (each term)
    applied music course (each term)
    ensemble course (each term)
     
    Music Technology & Production concentration also requires:
    MUS 1630 - Introduction to Digital Audio
    MUM 1622 - Introduction to Sounds Reinforcement
    MUM 2634 - Digital Audio Production
    MUM 3340 - Computer MIDI Score
  • Music Education
    MUE 2040 - Foundations of Music Education
    EDF 2085 - Introduction to Diversity for Educators
    MUT 1111 - Theory I
    MUT 1112 - Theory II
    MUT 1241 - Theory I, Aural
    MUT 1242 - Theory II, Aural
    MVK 1111 - Class Piano I
    MVK 1112 - Class Piano II
    MUS 1010 - Performance Lab (each term)
    MUS 1011 - Concert Attendance (each term)
    applied music course (each term)
    ensemble course (each term)
  • Philosophy
    2 lower-level philosophy courses (recommended)
  • Physics (Astrophysics, Pre-Medical, Materials Science, Computing, Electrical, Mechanical, Civil)
    PHY 1024 - Introduction to the Physics Major
    CHM 2045/L - General Chemistry I w/ Lab
    CHM 2046/L - General Chemistry II w/ Lab
    MAC 2311 - Calculus I 
    MAC 2312 - Calculus II
    MAC 2313 - Calculus III
    PHY 1028 - Introduction to Physics
    PHY 2048C - Calculus Physics I
    PHY 2049/L - Calculus Physics II w/ Lab
  • Political Science
    POS 2041 - Introduction to American Government
    STA 2014 - Elem Statistics for Health/Social Science (recommended)
     
    Select 1 course: (both recommended)
    INR 2002 - Introduction to International Relations
    CPO 2002 - Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • Psychology (BA and BS; Child Psychology)
    PSY 2012 - Introduction to Psychology
    STA 2014 - Elem Statistics for Health/Social Sciences
    BSC 1005/L - Principles of Biology w/ Lab
    PSY 3021 - Professional Opportunities in Psychology
     
    Select 1 course:
    CLP 2180 - Stress Management
    DEP 2002 - Child/Adolescent Psychology
    SOP 2772 - Human Sexual Behavior
  • Religious Studies
    REL 2300 - Comparative Religion
  • Social Work
    POS 2041 - Introduction to American Government
    PSY 2012 - Introduction to Psychology
    SYG 2000 - Introduction to Sociology
    1 economics course
    BSC 1005/L - Principles of Biology w/ Lab
    STA 2014 - Elem Statistics for Health/Social Sciences (recommended) 
  • Sociology
    SYG 2000 - Introduction to Sociology
    SYG 2013 - Sex, Race & Class
    STA 2014 - Elem Statistics for Health/Social Sciences
  • Spanish
    SPN 1120 - Beginning Spanish I
    SPN 1121 - Beginning Spanish II
    SPN 2200 - Intermediate Spanish I
    SPN 2201 - Intermediate Spanish II
  • Statistics (BA and BS)
    MAC 2311 - Calculus I
    MAC 2312 - Calculus II
    MAC 2313 - Calculus III
    1 statistics course
    2 lab science courses for science majors
    1 programming course (COP 2220 preferred)
  • Pre-Engineering - Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Advanced Manufacturing, Electrical Engineering
    MAC 2311 - Calculus I
    MAC 2312 - Calculus II
    MAC 2313 - Calculus III
    MAP 2302 - Ordinary Differential Equations
    CHM 2045/L - General Chemistry I w/ Lab (Electrical students do not take Chemistry lab)
    PHY 2048C - Calculus Physics I 
    PHY 2049/L - Calculus Physics II w/ Lab
    EGN 1001C - Introduction to Engineering
    ENC 3246 - Professional Communication for Engineers
     
    Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering & Advanced Manufacturing also requires:
    COP 2220 - Programming I
     
    Civil Engineering requires an additional science. Select 1 course:
    ESC 2000/L - Earth Science w/ Lab
    GLY 2010 - Physical Geology
    BSC 1010C - General Biology I
    BSC 3057 - Introduction to Environmental Studies (spring term only)
  • Pre-Computing - Computer Science, CIS-Data Science, Information Science, Information Systems, Information Technology
    IDC 2000 - Beauty & Joy of Computing (recommended elective)
    COP 2220 - Programming I
    COP 3503 - Programming II
    COT 3100 - Computational Structures
     
    Computer Science majors also require:
    MAC 2311 - Calculus I
    MAC 2312 - Calculus II
    2 sciences for science majors
    PHY 2048C - Calculus Physics I
    PHY 2049/L - Calculus Physics II w/ Lab
     
    CIS-Data Science majors also require:
    MAC 2311 - Calculus I
    MAC 2312 - Calculus II
    science sequence for science majors
    ENC 2210 - Technical Writing
     
    Information Science, Information Systems, and Information Technology also require:
    MAC 2233 - Calculus for Business
    STA 2023 - Elem Statistics for Business
    CGS 1100 - Computer Applications for Business
  • Building Construction
    MAC 1147 - Precalculus 
    MAC 2233 - Calculus for Business
    STA 2023 - Elem Statistics for Business
    PHY 1028 - Introduction to Physics
    PHY 2053/L - Algebra Physics I w/ Lab
    BCN 1005C - Introduction to Construction Management
    BCN 1251 - Construction Drawing
    BCN 1210C - Construction Materials
    CGS 1100 - Computer Applications for Business
    ECO 2013 - Macroeconomics
    ECO 2023 - Microeconomics
    ACG 2021 - Financial Accounting
    ACG 2071 - Managerial Accounting
     
    Select 1: 
    PHY 2054/L - Algebra Physics II w/ Lab
    CHM 2045/L - General Chemistry I w/ Lab
  • ASL/English Interpreting
    ASL 2140 - American Sign Language I
    ASL 2150 - American Sign Language II
    ASL 4131 - American Sign Language III
    ASL 4211 - American Sign Language IV
    INT 1000 - Introduction to Interpreting
    ASL 3514 - Deaf Culture
    INT 3011 - Linguistics for Interpreters
    INT 2010 - Discourse Analysis
    INT 2113 - English-ASL Sight Translation
    INT 2303 - Interpreting Field Experience
    INT 2204 - Interpreting in Community Settings
  • Deaf Education
    ASL 2140 - American Sign Language I
    ASL 2150 - American Sign Language II
    ASL 4131 - American Sign Language III
    ASL 4211 - American Sign Language IV
    EDF 1005 - Introduction to the Teaching Profession
    EDF 2085 - Introduction to Diversity for Educators (recommended)
     
    Students must pass the General Knowledge component of the Florida Teacher Certification Exam before being admitted into the major as a junior.
  • Early Childhood Education (Early Childhood Development, Prek-Primary Licensure)
    EDF 1005 - Introduction to the Teaching Profession
    EDF 2085 - Introduction to Diversity for Educators (recommended)
    EME 2040 - Introduction to Educational Technology (recommended)
    MGF 1113 - Math for Teachers (recommended)
    STA 2014 - Elem Statistics for Health/Social Sciences (recommended)
     
    Prek-Primary Licensure concentration also requires that students pass the General Knowledge component of the Florida Certification Exam before being admitted into the major as a junior. 
  • Elementary Education (K-6)
    EDF 1005 - Introduction to the Teaching Profession
    EDF 2085 - Introduction to Diversity for Educators (recommended)
    EME 2040 - Introduction to Educational Technology (recommended)
    MGF 1113 - Math for Teachers (recommended)
     
    Students must pass the General Knowledge component of the Florida Certification Exam before being admitted into the major as a junior. 
  • English Education (6-12)
    EDF 1005 - Introduction to the Teaching Profession
    EDF 2085 - Introduction to Diversity for Teachers (recommended)
    SPC 2608 - Fundamentals of Speech
    1 English course with an ENL prefix
    1 literature course with a LIT or AML prefix
     
    Students must pass the General Knowledge component of the Florida Certification Exam before being admitted into the major as a junior.
  • Math Education (6-12)
    EDF 1005 - Introduction to the Teaching Profession
    EDF 2085 - Introduction to Diversity for Teachers (recommended)
    EME 2040 - Introduction to Educational Technology (recommended)
    MAC 2311 - Calculus I
    MAC 2312 - Calculus II
     
    Students must pass the General Knowledge component of the Florida Certification Exam before being admitted into the major as a junior.
  • Middle School Education (Math/Science)
    EDF 1005 - Introduction to the Teaching Profession
    EDF 2085 - Introduction to Diversity for Educators (recommended)
    EME 2040 - Introduction to Educational Technology (recommended)
    MAC 2311 - Calculus I
    STA 2014 - Elem Statistics for Health/Social Sciences
    AST 2002/L - Discovering Astronomy w/ Lab
    BSC 1010C - General Biology I
    BSC 1011C - General Biology II
    CHM 2045/L - General Chemistry I w/ Lab
    ESC 2000/L - Discovering Earth Science w/ Lab
    PHY 1020/L - Discovering Physics w/ Lab
     
    Students must pass the General Knowledge component of the Florida Certificate Exam before being admitted into the major as a junior.
  • Science Education (Biology 6-12, Chemistry 6-12, Physics 6-12)
    EDF 1005 - Introduction to the Teaching Profession
    EDF 2085 - Introduction to Diversity for Educators (recommended)
    EME 2040 - Introduction to Educational Technology (recommended)
    MAC 2311 - Calculus I
     
    Biology concentration also requires: 
    BSC 1010C - General Biology I
    BSC 1011C - General Biology II
    CHM 2045/L - General Chemistry I w/ Lab
    CHM 2046/L - General Chemistry II w/ Lab
     
    Chemistry concentration also requires:
    CHM 2045/L - General Chemistry I w/ Lab
    CHM 2046/L - General Chemistry II w/ Lab
    PHY 1028 - Introduction to Physics
    PHY 2053/L - Algebra Physics I w/ Lab
    PHY 2054/L - Algebra Physics II w/ Lab 
    BSC 1010C - General Biology I (recommended)
    MAC 2312 - Calculus II
     
    Physics concentration also requires:
    AST 2002/L - Basic Astronomy w/ Lab
    CHM 2045/L - General Chemistry w/ Lab
    PHY 1028 - Introduction to Physics 
    PHY 2048C - Calculus Physics I
    PHY 2049/L - Calculus Physics II w/ Lab
    MAC 2312 - Calculus II
    MAC 2313 - Calculus III
     
    Students must pass the General Knowledge component of the Florida Certification Exam before being admitted into the major as a junior. 
  • Social Studies Education (6-12)
    EDF 1005 - Introduction to the Teaching Profession
    EDF 2085 - Introduction to Diversity for Educators (recommended)
    EME 2040 - Introduction to Educational Technology (recommended)
    AMH 2010 - US History to 1877
    AMH 2020 - US History Since 1877
    POS 2041 - Introduction to American Government
     
    1 additional social science course. Select 1 course: (multiple courses recommended)
    ANT 2000 - Introduction to Anthropology
    GEO 2420 - Cultural Geography
    ECO 2013 - Macroeconomics (recommended)
    PSY 2012 - Introduction to Psychology
    SYG 2000 - Introduction to Sociology
     
    WOH 1012 - World History I (recommended)
    WOH 1022 - World History II (recommended)
     
    Students must pass the General Knowledge component of the Florida Certificate Exam before being admitted into the major as a junior. 
  • Special Education (Disability Services, Exceptional Student Education)
    EDF 1005 - Introduction to the Teaching Profession
    EDF 2085 - Introduction to Diversity for Educators (recommended)
    EME 2040 - Introduction to Educational Technology (recommended)
    MGF 1113 - Math for Teachers (recommended)
    STA 2014 - Elem Statistics for Health/Social Sciences (recommended)
     
    Students in the Exceptional Student Education concentration must pass the General Knowledge component of the Florida Certification Exam before being admitted into the major as a junior. 
  • Sport Management (Management, Marketing)
    SPM 2000 - Introduction to Sport Management
    ECO 2013 - Macroeconomics
    MAC 1105 - College Algebra
    STA 2023 - Elem Statistics for Business
    ACG 2021 - Financial Accounting 
  • Pre-Health - Prelicensure Nursing, HS-Exercise Science, Exploratory Health
    Prelicensure Nursing requires:
    BSC 1010C - General Biology I 
    CHM 1025/L - Introduction to Chemistry w/ Lab
    BSC 2085C - Anatomy & Physiology I
    BSC 2086C - Anatomy & Physiology II
    MCB 2010C - Microbiology
    HUN 2201 - Basic Principles of Human Nutrition
    STA 2014 - Elem Statistics for Health/Social Sciences
    PSY 2012 - Introduction to Psychology
    DEP 3054 - Lifespan Developmental Psychology
    HS-Exercise Science requires:
    BSC 1010C - General Biology I
    CHM 2045/L - General Chemistry I w/ Lab
    BSC 2085C - Anatomy & Physiology I
    BSC 2086C - Anatomy & Physiology II
    HUN 2201 - Basic Principles of Human Nutrition
    HSC 2619 - Introduction to Exercise Science (recommended - offered during the spring & summer semesters)
    MAC 1105 - College Algebra
    STA 2014 - Elem Statistics for Health/Social Sciences
    PSY 2012 - Introduction to Psychology
    SPC 2608 - Fundamentals of Speech
    Exploratory Health students should take:
    HSC 2000 - Healthcare Careers
  • Health Administration
    MAC 1105 - College Algebra
    STA 2014 - Elem Statistics for Health/Social Science
    CGS 1100 - Computer Applications for Business
    ECO 2023 - Microeconomics
    ACG 2021 - Financial Accounting
    ACG 2071 - Managerial Accounting
    HSA 2530 - The Language of Healthcare
  • Health Science (Public Health, Interdisciplinary Health Studies)
    Public Health concentration requires:
    BSC 1010C - General Biology I
    CHM 1025/L - Introduction to Chemistry w/ Lab
    BSC 2085C - Anatomy & Physiology I
    BSC 2086C - Anatomy & Physiology II
    MCB 2010C - Microbiology 
    MAC 1105 - College Algebra
    STA 2014 - Elem Statistics for Health/Social Sciences
    PSY 2012 - Introduction to Psychology
    HSC 2100 - Personal & Public Health

    Interdisciplinary Health Studies concentration requires students select 1 course: (both recommended)
    HSC 2000 - Healthcare Careers
    HSC 2100 - Personal & Public Health
  • Nutrition & Dietetics (Dietetics, Community Nutrition & Food)
    BSC 1010C - General Biology I
    CHM 2045/L - General Chemistry I w/ Lab
    BSC 2085C - Anatomy & Physiology I
    BSC 2086C - Anatomy & Physiology II
    MCB 2010C - Microbiology
    FSS 1202/L - Food Fundamentals I w/ Lab
    HUN 2201 - Basic Principles of Human Nutrition
    MAC 1105 - College Algebra
    STA 2014 - Elem Statistics for Health/Social Sciences
    POS 2041 - Introduction to American Government