1 UniversityGenEd Core Requirements Updated 2017 Courses Hours Registered Completed Transferred COMPETENCIES possible hours [See chart on next page for options.] College Writing -4 ENG1084G College Writing wlab 4 <19 ACT in English ENG108G College Writing -4 Communication Arts -4 COM102G Public Speaking recommended -4 Quantitative Reasoning -4-4 Health and Wellness 1-1- COMMON CORE 25 hours Gateway 2 HUM1012G Discipleship of the Christian Mind 2 Foundations 12 BIB100G Old Testament History and Literature BIB101G New Testament History and Literature THE00G Christian Beliefs and Convictions HIS101G Western Tradition in World Context Conversations 8 PHI201G Love, Justice, and the Good Life HUM201G The Arts and Human Identity SCI012G Science and the Modern Mind 2 Capstone ITD501G Contemporary Concerns EXPLORATIONS possible hours [See chart on next page for options.] In Literature In the Arts 1-1- In Crossing Cultures 0-4 BIB2084G History and Geography of Biblical Lands strongly recommended cognate course In Natural Science Name ID# Year In Social Science ICS200G Introduction to Cultural Anthropology or SOC101G Introduction to Sociology recommended supporting course TOTAL UNIVERSITYGENED CORE HOURS Possible Hours Taken:
2 Mount Vernon Nazarene University University Core Checklist Baccalaureate Degree Edited COMPETENCIES hours Hrs. Registered Completed College Writing -4 Choose one: ENG-108G College Writing.. ENG-1084G College Writing w Lab Students must take this if <19 ACT in English... 4 Communication Arts -4 Choose one: ^ COM-101G Interpersonal Communication... COM-102G Public Speaking COM-105G Introduction to Communication online only COM-200G Small Group Communication COM-205G Media and Society.... acom-04g Persuasion.... DRA-201G Principles of Performance.. MLA-1019G Modern Language Studies. -4 SPA-101G Elementary Spanish I SPA-102G Elementary Spanish II SPA-2004G Intermediate Spanish I... 4 SPA-201G Conversational Spanish Permitted Substitutes NUR-204G Fundamental Nursing Care: Promoting Healthy Aging Nursing Majors Only 4 HON-101G Core Conversations II Honors students only.... Quantitative Reasoning -4 Choose one: CSC-101G Introduction to Computing. FIN-200G Consumer Finance.. MAT-102G Precalculus Mathematics... MAT-10G Introduction to Mathematical Systems.... MAT-104G Calculus I.. 4 MAT-206G Introduction to Statistics.... Health and Wellness 1- Choose one:* FCS-2012G Contemporary Nutrition... 2 HSC-101G Nutrition for Health Professionals... PED-1002G Principles of Health and Fitness.. 2 PED-1071G Karate. 1 PED-2011G Sports Skill: Baseball Intercollegiate Team Members Only. 1 PED-2021G Sports Skill: Basketball Intercollegiate Team Members Only. 1 PED-201G Sports Skill: Cross Country Intercollegiate Team Members Only. 1 PED-2041G Sports Skill: Golf Intercollegiate Team Members Only 1 PED-2051G Sports Skill: Soccer Intercollegiate Team Members Only 1 PED-2061G Sports Skill: Track and Field Intercollegiate Team Members Only.. 1 PED-2071G Advanced Bicycling.. 1 PED-2081G Sports Skill: Volleyball Intercollegiate Team Members Only.. 1 PED-2091G Sports Skill: Softball Intercollegiate Team Members Only.. 1 PED-0G Personal Health... COMMON CORE 2-25 Gateway 2 HUM-1012G Discipleship of the Christian Mind 2 Foundations BIB-1014G The Narrative of Scripture.. 4 or BIB-100G Old Testament History and Literature and..... BIB-101G New Testament History and Literature ReligionChristian Ministry Majors only HIS-101G The Western Tradition in World Context. THE-00G Christian Beliefs and Convictions. Conversations 8 PHI-201G Love, Justice, and the Good Life HUM-201G The Arts and Human Identity.... SCI-012G Science and the Modern Mind 2 Capstone ITD-501G Contemporary Concerns Permitted Substitute HON-091 Honors Project Preparation and HON-4099 Honors Project 2 ^ Students who did not successfully complete 2 years of one foreign language in high school must complete one semester of foreign language at MVNU. * Students who can document the completion of military basic training may contact the Registrar to receive credit for this category. Name ID# Year Entered
3 Explorations One course from each Explorations category Hrs. Registered Completed Explorations in Literature Choose one: adra-106geng-106g Theatre History. ENG-106G Introduction to Literature... ENG-204G Literary Landscapes ENG-207G British Literature I... ENG-208G British Literature II.. ENG-215G Classical Literature and Mythology.. ENG-216G American Literature: Beginnings to 1945 SPA-044G Literature of the Spanish Language 4 Permitted Substitute HON-100G Core Conversations I Honors students only Explorations in the Arts 1- Course Options: Must complete at least 1 credit hour APM-1001G Piano Class I APM-1021G Private Keyboard APM-1041G Beginning Voice APM-1071G Private Instrument APM-1091G Guitar Class I.. 1 ART-1002G Art in the Western World. 2 ART-101G Design Foundations.... ART-105G Drawing I.. ART-201G Art and Architecture in Historical Italy**.. ART-206G Painting I ART-208G Ceramics I. ART-209G Darkroom Photography.. ART-00G History of Art I. ART-01G History of Art II CRW-214G Creative Writing CRW-082G Practicum in Creative Writing: Literary Magazine.. 2 DRA-201G Acting Practicum.. 1 DRA-01G Stagecraft Practicum 1 adra-0g Technical Theatre. DRA-401G Directing and Producing for Theatre ENS-1001G Music Stage Production.. 1 ENS-1011G Collegians Chorale.. 1 ENS-1020G Goliards Chamber Ensemble.5 ENS-1021G Treble Singers Women s Choir. 1 ENS-101G Symphonic Wind Ensemble 1 ENS-1070G Jazz Band....5 ENS-1080G Pep Band.5 ENS-1090G Chamber Winds Ensemble...5 ENS-2010G Flute Choir.5 GRD-101G Design Foundations.... GRD-10G Graphic Communication if already taken] GRD-209G Digital Photography... MTH-1002G Music in the Western World... 2 MTH-102G Basic Structures in Music Theory I.. Explorations in Natural Science 4 Choose one: BIO-1014G Principles of Biology with Laboratory. 4 BIO-1054G General Zoology with Laboratory.. 4 BIO-1074G General Botany with Laboratory 4 BIO-1094G Conservation of Natural Resources with Laboratory. 4 CHE-1014G Introduction to Chemistry with Laboratory CHE-1024G Intro to Organic & Biological Chemistry with Laboratory with instructor s permission 4 CHE-104G General Chemistry I with Laboratory ESS-104G Earth Science with Laboratory ESS-1044G Astronomy with Laboratory ESS-1054G Meteorology with Laboratory PHY-2014G General Physics I with Laboratory PHY-2055G University Physics I with Laboratory Explorations in Social Science Course Options: Choose one: ICS-200G Introduction to Cultural Anthropology. POL-100G American Politics and Government.. PSY-101G General Psychology..... SOC-101G Introduction to Sociology.
4 Permitted Substitutes EDU-202G The Learner and the Learning Process Education Majors only.... MAN-08G Organizational Behavior Business Majors only ** Students may not count this course for both the Explorations in the Arts and the Explorations in Crossing Cultures categories. + Prerequisites: a Math ACT subscore 17, or an SAT math subscore 460, or MAT Prerequisites: a Math ACT subscore 19, or an SAT math subscore 500, or MAT Prerequisites: a a Math ACT subscore 19, or an SAT math subscore 500, or MAT009, and b pass the trigonometry placement test, or MAT101 EXPLORATIONS in Crossing Cultures: 0-4 Choose one:*** Hrs. Registered Completed Avenue #1A: 2-4 MVNU Cross-Cultural travel course approved by General Education Comm. ART-201G Art and Architecture in Historical Italy**.. abib-2084g History and Geography of Biblical Lands... 4 abio-094g Tropical Ecology with Laboratory 4 CED-062G Developmental Missions.. 2 afcs-09g History of Fashion, Interiors and Architecture.. ICS-2042G Global Diversity and Intercultural Understanding 2 ICS-089G Intercultural Practicum.. aitd-084g Seminar in International Development. 4 PED-2171G Advance Bicycling International [Pre-requisite: PED-2071G Fall] 1 PSY-01G Positive Psychology biking in Southwest.. Avenue #1B: 0-1 Participation in any MVNU-sponsored, short-term mission trip 1- weeks which is completed in conjunction with the following co-requisite course: ITD-1009G Crossing Cultures Training and Experience 0-1 credit hour, SP semester, PassFail 0-1 Avenue #2: Non-western course ENG-069G Global Literature Special Topics.. acom-07g Intercultural Communication.... ahis-09g History of the Modern Middle East... POL-14G History, Politics and Culture of Southeast Asia HSC-00G Cultural Responsiveness in Healthcare. aphi-206g World Religions.... aphi-207g Chinese and Islamic Philosophy.... POL-101G Comparative Politics.. Permitted Substitutes EDU-06G Education and Cultural Diversity Education majors only aibs-00g International Business Operations Business Majors only. SWK-200G Cultural and Human Diversity Social Work majors only.. ** Students may not count this course for both the Explorations in the Arts and the Explorations in Crossing Cultures categories. *** Students who can document 1 living for one year in a country other than their home culture after the age of seven, 2 two years of active duty military service overseas, or international student status, may contact the Registrar to receive credit for this category. TOTAL UNIVERSITY CORE HOURS 44-57
5 Major Requirements Courses Hours Registered Completed Transferred REQUIRED CHRISTIAN MINISTRY COURSES 0 hours MIN1000 MIN2000 Ministry Seminar I Ministry Seminar II MIN1000 REQUIRED COURSES 45 hours BIB201 Biblical Hermeneutics BIB100, BIB101 BLA200 Beginning New Testament Greek I BLA201 Beginning New Testament Greek II CHH01 Christian Heritage I HIS100 CHH05 Christian Heritage II CHH01 PHI202g Classical and Christian Philosophy THE01 Doctrine of Christian Holiness THE400 Christian Theology I THE00, PHI201 THE401 Christian Theology II THE400 Select One hours: BLA 202 Beginning Biblical Hebrew BLA 01 Greek Readings Select Four 12 hours: BIB0X Biblical OTNT Literature Elective BIB100, BIB101 Options: BIB Select one of the following elective courses hours: CED205 Teaching the Bible: Curriculum and Methods PMI0 Worship in the Christian Tradition PMI04 Homiletics PMI402 Pastoral Care and Counseling.5.5 TOTAL MAJOR HOURS 46 Hours Taken:. Minor Requirements MINOR 18 HOURS DISCIPLINE CHOSEN: Courses Hours Registered Completed Transferred TOTAL MINOR HOURS 18 Hours Taken: Name ID# Year
6 Course Sequence Chart BIB100 Old Testament History & Lit MIN1000 Ministry Seminar I FIRST YEAR BIB101 New Testament History & Lit HIS101 Western Trad in World Context HUM1012 Disc of the Christian Mind Explorations in Literature ENG108 College Writing or ENG1084 College Writing wlab Exploring Natural Science 4 OR Communication Arts Quantitative Reasoning Exploring Natural Science 4 OR Health & Wellness 1- Quantitative Reasoning 2 nd MajorMinorElective Course BIB201 Biblical Hermeneutics BLA200 Beginning New Testament Greek I MIN2000 Ministry Seminar II SECOND YEAR BIB205 Teaching the Bible PHI202 ClassicalChristian Philosophy BLA201 Beginning New Testament Greek II HUM201G The Arts and Human Identity Explorations in the Arts 1- PHI201G Love, Justice, and the Good Life 2 nd MajorMinorElective Explorations in Social Science 2 nd MajorMinorElective THIRD YEAR BIB0x Biblical Lit Elective BIB0x Biblical Lit Elective CHH01 Christian Heritage I SCI012G Science and the Modern Mind CHH05 Christian Heritage II THE01 Doctrine of Christian Holiness THE00 Christian Beliefs & Convictions Explorations in Crossing Cultures 0-4 BLA201 Greek Readings or BLA202 Beg Bib. Hebrew 2 nd MajorMinorElective 2 nd MajorMinorElective THE400 Christian Theology I FOURTH YEAR THE401 Christian Theology II BIB0x Biblical Lit Elective M.Min. Option BIB0x Biblical Lit Elective ITD501G Contemporary Concerns 2 nd MajorMinorElective 2 nd MajorMinorElective 2 nd MajorMinorElective 2 nd MajorMinorElective 2 nd MajorMinorElective Bold: Courses for your major. Italics: Course offered this semester only every other year. Regular: General Education, Second Major, Minor, or Elective Courses TOTAL HOURS Name ID# Year