2010-11 Undergraduate Catalog (PDF Format)

Entire Catalog 

  • General Information includes Title Page; Table of Contents; Academic Calendar; How to Use the Catalog; Course Number Changes; Key Terms; Academic Departments; and Selected Phone Numbers; University Mission/Declaration of University Community Principles; University Heritage; Developing Educated Persons; Governance; Missouri State University System; Centers for Research and Service; Accreditations and Approvals; and Disclosures; Admissions, Costs and Fees, Financial Aid, and Housing; Student Resources and Services.
  • University Regulations and Academic Programs and Requirements includes University Policies; Academic Regulations; General Education Program and Requirements; General Baccalaureate Degree Policies and Requirements; Teacher Certification, Teacher Education Program, and Secondary Education Requirements; Degrees/Programs and Requirements
  • College of Arts and Letters includes Art and Design; Communication; English; Linguistics; Media, Journalism & Film; Modern and Classical Languages; Music; Theatre and Dance

  • College of Business Administration includes COBA Undergraduate Admission and Program Requirements; Accountancy; Computer Information Systems; Fashion and Interior Design; Finance and General Business; Management; Marketing; Technology and Construction Management

  • College of Education includes Childhood Education and Family Studies; Counseling, Leadership and Special Education; Greenwood Laboratory School; Reading, Foundations and Technology
  • College of Health and Human Services includes Biomedical Sciences; Communication Sciences and Disorders; Health, Physical Education, and Recreation; Nursing; Physical Therapy; Physician Assistant Studies; Psychology; Public Health; Social Work; Sports Medicine and Athletic Training
  • College of Humanities and Public Affairs includes Area Studies Programs; Defense and Strategic Studies; Economics; History; Military Science; Philosophy; Political Science; Religious Studies; Sociology, Anthropology, Criminology
  • College of Natural and Applied Sciences includes Agriculture; Biology; Chemistry; Computer Science; Engineering Program; Environmental Sciences and Policy; Geography, Geology and Planning; Hospitality and Restaurant Administration; Mathematics; Physics, Astronomy and Materials Science; Science Education Courses
  • Additional Academic Units: The Extended Campus; Global Studies Program; Honors College; Interdisciplinary Studies; and Department of Library Science

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