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Department of Parks, Recreation and Hospitality Administration

Dr. Cathi McMahan, Head
Williamson Hall, Room 102
(479) 968-0378
cmcmahan@atu.edu

Professor:
T. Herrick
Associate Professor:
McMahan, Bishop
Assistant Professors:
D. Lee, S.S. Lee,
Montgomery, West

The Department of Parks, Recreation and Hospitality Administration offers a Bachelor of Science in Recreation and Park Administration and Hospitality Administration, an Associate of Applied Science in Culinary Management and minors in Recreation and Park Administration and Hospitality Administration.

The Recreation and Park Administration major provides specialized education that prepares students for supervisory and administrative positions in federal, state, and local recreation and park agencies as well as commercial recreation and tourism organizations. This program is accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Parks, Recreation, Tourism and Related Professions (COAPRT), sponsored by the National Recreation and Park Association.

Vision

The program will produce leaders in Recreation and Park Administration.

Core Values

The Recreation and Park Administration Program is committed to:

Mission

The mission of the Recreation and Park Administration Program is to educate Recreation and Park professionals for self, community and society.

Recreation and Park Administration

This program is designed to prepare students for management careers in private and public recreation agencies or park systems. A broad background in the behavioral and natural sciences is required with major emphasis on resource management and the delivery of leisure services to diverse populations. Specialized course work in biological sciences and business management aid in natural resource decision making. This provides a base for professional courses in planning, design, and operation of park and recreation facilities. A career in recreation administration, park administration, therapeutic recreation, turf management or interpretation requires a basic understanding of human behavior and the challenges of contemporary society. Due to the multidisciplinary nature of the career field, a student is required to choose courses from several related fields, based on professional interest. A comprehensive general education is complemented with a core of professional courses. The Bachelor of Science in Recreation and Park Administration offers five emphases of professional preparation:

Interpretation Emphasis

The Interpretation Emphasis offers a curriculum that utilizes communication skills and interpretive methods courses to provide training for those wanting to find employment with various interpretive programs of private, state and federal agencies operating cultural and natural history oriented sites. Students are required to minor in Anthropology, Biology, or History.

Curriculum in Interpretation Emphasis

Suggested Sequence of Courses
Freshman
Fall Spring
ENGL 1013 Composition I1,T 3 ENGL 1023 Composition II1,T 3
U.S. History/Government1,T 3 Mathematics1,T 3
GEOL 1014 Physical GeologyT 4 BIOL 1014 Introduction to Biological ScienceT 4
TECH 1001 Orientation to the University 1 COMS 1003 Introduction to Computer Based SystemsT 3
RP 1013 Principles of Recreation and Park Administration 3
Total Hours 14 Total Hours 13
 
Sophomore
Fall Spring
PSY 2003 General PsychologyT 3 Social Sciences1,T 3
SPH 2003 Public SpeakingT 3 LBMD 2001 Introduction to Library Resources 1
RP 2003 Recreation Programming 3 RP 2013 Landscape Planning and Design 3
ElectiveT 3 RP 2033 Recreation Leadership 3
Elective in Minor2 3
Total Hours 12 Total Hours 13
 
Junior
Fall Spring
Fine Arts & Humanities1,T 3 RP 3043 Work Experience 3
RP 3013 Recreation for Special Populations 3 RP 3063 Outdoor Education 3
RP 3033 Commercial Recreation 3 RP 3403 Financing Recreation and Parks 3
RP 3034 Site Planning and Design 4 Elective in Minor2 7
RP 3093 Interpretive Methods 3
Total Hours 16 Total Hours 16
 
Senior
Fall Spring
Fine Arts & Humanities1,T 3 ANTH 4403/MUSM 4403 Interpretation/Education through Museum Methods 3
RP 4013 Recreation and Park Administration 3 RP 4001 Internship Preparation 1
RP 4103 Recreation Law and Policy 3 RP 4023 Research Methods 3
RP 4113 Personnel Management in Parks, Recreation, and Hospitality Administration 3 RP Major Elective3 3
Elective in Minor2 3 Elective in Minor2 5
Total Hours 15 Total Hours 15
 
Senior 9th Semester
Fall    
RP 4116 Internship4 6    
Total Hours 6    
 
1See appropriate alternatives or substitutions in "General Education Requirements".
2Students must minor in Anthropology, History or Biology. See Departmental Advisor.
3Students must select from the following list of RP courses: RP 1993 Basic Forest Firefighting, RP 3023 Camp Administration, RP 3053 Natural Resource Management and Planning, RP 3133 Tourism Planning, RP 3993 Wildland Fire Practices in Natural Resource Management, RP 4042 Field Seminar in Interpretive Methods, RP 4053 Water Resources Development, RP 4093 Resort Management, RP 4951-4 Undergraduate Research in Recreation and Park Administration, RP 4991-3 Special Problems and Topics.
4Internship must be completed in last semester after all coursework has been completed.
TDesignates a block of courses that would provide for a seamless transfer into this program if equivalent courses are taken at another college or university.

Natural Resource Emphasis

The Natural Resource Emphasis prepares students to manage large parks, resource areas and visitor facilities. Planning and management of land and water resources within private and public park and natural resource management organizations to provide outdoor recreation opportunities for constituents are emphasized.

Curriculum in Natural Resource Emphasis

Suggested Sequence of Courses
Freshman
Fall Spring
ENGL 1013 Composition I1,T 3 ENGL 1023 Composition II1,T 3
U.S. History/Government1,T 3 Social Sciences1,T 3
CHEM 1113 Survey of Chemistry and CHEM 1111 Survey of Chemistry Laboratory or
GEOL 1014 Physical GeologyT
4 Mathematics1,T 3
TECH 1001 Orientation to the University 1 BIOL 2124 Principles of Zoology or BIOL 2134 Principles of BotanyT 4
RP 1013 Principles of Recreation and Park Administration 3 COMS 1003 Introduction to Computer Based SystemsT 3
Total Hours 14 Total Hours 16
 
Sophomore
Fall Spring
PSY 2003 General PsychologyT 3 SPH 2003 Public SpeakingT 3
Fine Arts & Humanities1,T 3 RP 2013 Landscape Planning and Design 3
LBMD 2001 Introduction to Library Resources 1 RP 2033 Recreation Leadership 3
RP 2003 Recreation Programming 3 Approved Elective2 4
RP Major Elective3 4
Total Hours 14 Total Hours 13
 
Junior
Fall Spring
Fine Arts & Humanities1,T 3 RP 3043 Work Experience 3
RP 3013 Recreation for Special Populations 3 RP 3053 Natural Resource Management and Planning 3
RP 3033 Commercial Recreation 3 RP 3063 Outdoor Education 3
RP 3034 Site Planning and Design 4 RP 3403 Financing Recreation and Parks 3
RP 3093 Interpretive Methods 3 Approved Elective2 3
Total Hours 16 Total Hours 15
 
Senior
Fall Spring
HA 4013 Hospitality Marketing and Sales 3 RP 4001 Internship Preparation 1
RP 4013 Recreation and Park Administration 3 RP 4023 Research Methods 3
RP 4063 Park Operations 3 RP 4053 Water Resources Development 3
RP 4103 Recreation Law and Policy 3 RP 4113 Personnel Management in Parks, Recreation, and Hospitality Administration 3
  RP Major Elective3 1
    Approved Elective2 3
Total Hours 12 Total Hours 14
 
Senior 9th Semester
Fall    
RP 4116 Internship4 6    
Total Hours 6    
 
1See appropriate alternatives or substitutions in "General Education Requirements".
2See Departmental Advisor or select from the following list:
BIOL 1014 Introduction to Biological Science, BIOL 1114 Principles of Biology, BIOL 2124 Principles of Zoology, BIOL 2134 Principles of Botany, or any 3000 or 4000 level BIOL course
FW 2003 Elements of Fish and Wildlife Management, or any 3000 or 4000 level FW course
GEOL 1014 Physical Geology or GEOL 3153 Environmental Geology, AGEG 3203 Soil, Water and Forest Conservation
AGPS 1024 Principles of Plant Science, AGPS 1033 Introduction to Forestry or AGPS 3244 Plant Pathology, AGSS 2014 Soils
FW 2833/GEOG 2833 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
3Choose from the following RP courses: RP 1993 Basic Forest Firefighting or RP 3993 Wildland Fire Practices in Natural Resource Management
4Internship must be completed in last semester after all coursework has been completed.
TDesignates a block of courses that would provide for a seamless transfer into this program if equivalent courses are taken at another college or university.

Recreation Administration Emphasis

Recreation Administration Emphasis prepares students to work in community and agency settings and commercial recreation businesses. Programming and people management are major areas of expertise.

Curriculum in Recreation Administration Emphasis

Suggested Sequence of Courses
Freshman
Fall Spring
ENGL 1013 Composition I1,T 3 ENGL 1023 Composition II1,T 3
U.S. History/Government1,T 3 Mathematics1,T 3
Science with Lab1,T 4 Science with Lab1,T 4
TECH 1001 Orientation to the University 1 COMS 1003 Introduction to Computer Based SystemsT 3
RP 1013 Principles of Recreation and Park Administration 3
Total Hours 14 Total Hours 13
 
Sophomore
Fall Spring
Social Sciences1,T 3 SPH 2003 Public SpeakingT 3
PSY 2003 General PsychologyT 3 RP 2013 Landscape Planning and Design 3
LBMD 2001 Introduction to Library Resources 1 RP 2033 Recreation Leadership 3
RP 2003 Recreation Programming 3 RP 3023 Camp Administration 3
Approved Elective2 3 Approved Elective2 3
Total Hours 13 Total Hours 15
 
Junior
Fall Spring
Fine Arts & Humanities1,T 3 Fine Arts & Humanities1,T 3
RP 3013 Recreation for Special Populations 3 RP 3043 Work Experience 3
RP 3033 Commercial Recreation 3 RP 3063 Outdoor Education 3
RP 3034 Site Planning and Design 4 RP 3403 Financing Recreation and Parks 3
Approved Elective2 3 RP 3503 Recreational Sport Management 3
Total Hours 16 Total Hours 15
 
Senior
Fall Spring
PE 4103 Principles and Methods of Adapted Physical Education 3 RP 4001 Internship Preparation 1
HA 4013 Hospitality Marketing and Sales 3 RP 4023 Research Methods 3
RP 4013 Recreation and Park Administration 3 RP 4093 Resort Management 3
RP 4063 Park Operations 3 RP 4113 Personnel Management in Parks, Recreation, and Hospitality Administration 3
RP 4103 Recreation Law and Policy 3 Approved Elective2 3
Total Hours 15 Total Hours 13
 
Senior 9th Semester
Fall    
RP 4116 Internship3 6    
Total Hours 6    
 
1See appropriate alternatives or substitutions in "General Education Requirements".
2See Departmental Advisor.
3Internship must be completed in last semester after all coursework has been completed.
TDesignates a block of courses that would provide for a seamless transfer into this program if equivalent courses are taken at another college or university.

Therapeutic Recreation Emphasis

The Therapeutic Recreation Emphasis prepares students for a career as a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist (CTRS) working with special populations in clinical and community recreation environments. The specialized TR emphasis prepares students for national certification under guidelines established by the National Council for Therapeutic Recreation Certification.

Curriculum in Therapeutic Recreation Emphasis

Suggested Sequence of Courses
Freshman
Fall Spring
ENGL 1013 Composition I1,T 3 ENGL 1023 Composition II1,T 3
Fine Arts & Humanities1,T 3 Mathematics1,T 3
U.S. History/Government1,T 3 Science with Lab1,T 4
TECH 1001 Orientation to the University 1 COMS 1003 Introduction to Computer Based SystemsT 3
RP 1013 Principles of Recreation and Park Administration 3
Total Hours 13 Total Hours 13
 
Sophomore
Fall Spring
PSY 2003 General PsychologyT 3 Social Sciences1,T 3
SPH 2003 Public SpeakingT 3 Fine Arts & Humanities1,T 3
BIOL 2004T 4 LBMD 2001 Introduction to Library Resources 1
RS 2003 3 PSY 3813 3
RP 2003 Recreation Programming 3 RP 2033 Recreation Leadership 3
Total Hours 16 Total Hours 13
 
Junior
Fall Spring
RP 3013 Recreation for Special Populations 3 PSY 3003 3
RP 3033 Commercial Recreation 3 RP 3043 Work Experience 3
RP 3034 Site Planning and Design 4 RP 3063 Outdoor Education 3
RP 3403 Financing Recreation and Parks 3 RP 4173 3
RP 4073 3 Approved Elective2 3
Total Hours 16 Total Hours 15
 
Senior
Fall Spring
AHS 2013T 3 RP 4001 Internship Preparation 1
PE 4103 Principles and Methods of Adapted Physical Education 3 RP 4023 Research Methods 3
RP 4013 Recreation and Park Administration 3 RP 4113 Personnel Management in Parks, Recreation, and Hospitality Administration 3
RP 4103 Recreation Law and Policy 3 RP 4373 3
RP 4273 3 RP 4473 3
Total Hours 15 Total Hours 13
 
Senior 9th Semester
Fall    
RP 4116 Internship3 6    
Total Hours 6    
 
1See appropriate alternatives or substitutions in "General Education Requirements".
2See departmental advisor
3Internship must be completed in last semester after all coursework has been completed.
TDesignates a block of courses that would provide for a seamless transfer into this program if equivalent courses are taken at another college or university.

Turf Management Emphasis

The Turf Management Emphasis prepares students to meet the expanding market for turfgrass specialists in parks, recreation playfields and golf courses.

Curriculum in Turf Management Emphasis

Suggested Sequence of Courses
Freshman
Fall Spring
ENGL 1013 Composition I1,T 3 ENGL 1023 Composition II1,T 3
U.S. History/Government1,T 3 Mathematics1,T 3
CHEM 1113 Survey of Chemistry and CHEM 1111 Survey of Chemistry LaboratoryT 4 BIOL 2134 Principles of BotanyT 4
TECH 1001 Orientation to the University 1 COMS 1003 Introduction to Computer Based SystemsT 3
RP 1013 Principles of Recreation and Park Administration 3
Total Hours 14 Total Hours 13
 
Sophomore
Fall Spring
Social Sciences1,T 3 AGSS 2014 Soils 4
Fine Arts & Humanities1,T 3 Fine Arts & Humanities1,T 3
PSY 2003 General PsychologyT 3 RP 2013 Landscape Planning and Design 3
SPH 2003 Public Speaking 3 RP 2033 Recreation Leadership 3
RP 2003 Recreation Programming 3
Total Hours 15 Total Hours 13
 
Junior
Fall Spring
RP 3013 Recreation for Special Populations 3 AGPS 3053 3
RP 3033 Commercial Recreation 3 RP 3043 Work Experience 3
RP 3034 Site Planning and Design 4 RP 3063 Outdoor Education 3
RP 3763 3 RP 3403 Financing Recreation and Parks 3
RP 4013 Recreation and Park Administration 3 RP 3793 3
Total Hours 16 Total Hours 15
 
Senior
Fall Spring
RP 4063 Park Operations 3 AGPS 3244 Plant Pathology 4
RP 4103 Recreation Law and Policy 3 RP 3791 1
RP 4113 Personnel Management in Parks, Recreation, and Hospitality Administration 3 RP 4001 Internship Preparation 1
RP 4753 3 RP 4023 Research Methods 3
  RP 4763 3
    Electives 4
Total Hours 12 Total Hours 16
 
Senior 9th Semester
Fall    
RP 4116 Internship3 6    
Total Hours 6    
 
1See appropriate alternatives or substitutions in "General Education Requirements".
2See Departmental Advisor.
3Internship must be completed in last semester after all coursework has been completed.
TDesignates a block of courses that would provide for a seamless transfer into this program if equivalent courses are taken at another college or university.

Minor Recreation and Park Administration

The minor in Recreation and Park Administration is designed for those students majoring in other disciplines who wish to develop specialized knowledge in the area of Recreation and Park Administration. This minor may be of particular interest to those students who wish to work for a recreation and park oriented agency after graduation. This minor may be well-suited for Emergency Management, Fisheries and Wildlife Science, and Hospitality Administration majors. Flexibility in the minor allows students to choose courses to match their particular needs and interests. The minor in Recreation and Park Administration requires 18 hours of courses:

RP 1013 Principles of Recreation and Park Administration
RP 2003 Recreation Programming Recreation Programming
RP Electives (12 hours of RP academic courses including 9 hours at the 3000
or 4000 level, excluding RP 3043 Work Experience, RP 4001 Internship Preparation, and RP 4116 Internship)

Hospitality Administration

Mission

The mission of the Hospitality Administration Program is to provide quality education in hospitality administration and provide a foundation for professional growth and development. This is achieved by:

The Hospitality Administration degree program is designed to prepare students for management positions within the hospitality industry such as lodging, resorts, conference, convention and visitor centers, restaurants, contract services, theme parks and travel and tourism related operations.

The course work concentrates on general business, management, finance, marketing, accounting, law, computer science, and specific courses related to hospitality management. The entire curriculum features numerous opportunities for the practical application of problem-solving skills and creativity. The Hospitality Administration Program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Programs in Hospitality Administration.

Food and Beverage Management Emphasis

The Food and Beverage Management Emphasis prepares students for management careers in the food and beverage industries as well as managed foodservice. This emphasis will provide the knowledge and skills necessary for a comprehensive management background in this dynamic and ever-changing hospitality industry. Restaurants are the nation’s largest private-sector employer.

Curriculum in Food and Beverage Management Emphasis

Suggested Sequence of Courses
Freshman
Fall Spring
ENGL 1013 Composition I1,T 3 ENGL 1023 Composition II1,T 3
Science with Lab1,T 4 CHEM 1113 Survey of Chemistry and CHEM 1111 Survey of Chemistry LaboratoryT 4
COMS 1003 Introduction to Computer Based SystemsT 3 MATH 1113T 3
TECH 1001 Orientation to the University 1 HA 1013 3
HA 1043 3 HA 1063 3
Total Hours 14 Total Hours 16
 
Sophomore
Fall Spring
ACCT 2003T 3 ACCT 2013T 3
ECON 2003T 3 PSY 2003 General PsychologyT 3
HA 1923 3 SPH 2173T 3
HA 2003 3 HA 2023 3
HA 2063 3 HA 2053 3
Total Hours 15 Total Hours 15
 
Junior
Fall Spring
Fine Arts & Humanities1,T 3 Fine Arts & Humanities1,T 3
U.S. History/Government1,T 3 MGMT 3003 3
BUAD 3023 3 Approved Electives2,T 5
HA 2813 3 Approved Electives (3000-4000 level) 3
HA 2913 3
Total Hours 15 Total Hours 14
 
Senior
Fall Spring
HA 4013 Hospitality Marketing and Sales 3 HA 4001 1
HA 4063 3 HA 4023 3
HA 4073 3 HA 4033 3
HA 4983 3 HA 4113 3
HA 4203 3
Total Hours 12 Total Hours 13
 
Senior 9th Semester
Fall    
HA 41163 6    
Total Hours 6    
 
1See appropriate alternatives or substitutions in "General Education Requirements".
2See Departmental Advisor.
3Internship must be completed in last semester after all coursework has been completed.
TDesignates a block of courses that would provide for a seamless transfer into this program if equivalent courses are taken at another college or university.

Lodging and Club Management Emphasis

The Lodging and Club Management Emphasis prepares students for management careers in hotels, lodging, resorts, and public and private clubs. This emphasis will analyze competitive strategies, leadership styles, teamwork, and technology in this dynamic and ever-changing hospitality industry.

Curriculum in Lodging and Club Management Emphasis

Suggested Sequence of Courses
Freshman
Fall Spring
ENGL 1013 Composition I1,T 3 ENGL 1023 Composition II1,T 3
Science with Lab1,T 4 CHEM 1113 Survey of Chemistry and CHEM 1111 Survey of Chemistry LaboratoryT 4
COMS 1003 Introduction to Computer Based SystemsT 3 MATH 1113T 3
TECH 1001 Orientation to the University 1 HA 1063 3
HA 1043 3 Approved Electives2 2
Total Hours 14 Total Hours 15
 
Sophomore
Fall Spring
Fine Arts & Humanities1,T 3 SPH 2173T 3
ACCT 2003T 3 ACCT 2013T 3
ECON 2003T 3 PSY 2003 General PsychologyT 3
HA 2003 3 HA 2023 3
HA 2063 3 HA 2043 3
Total Hours 15 Total Hours 15
 
Junior
Fall Spring
U.S. History/Government1,T 3 Fine Arts & Humanities1,T 3
BUAD 3023 3 MGMT 3003 3
HA 2053 3 HA 4203 3
HA 3143 3 HA 4093 3
Approved Electives2 3 HA 4113 3
Total Hours 15 Total Hours 15
 
Senior
Fall Spring
HA 4013 Hospitality Marketing and Sales 3 HA 4001 1
HA 4063 3 HA 4023 3
HA 4073 3 HA 4033 3
HA 4243 3 HA 4253 3
  Approved Electives2 3
Total Hours 12 Total Hours 13
 
Senior 9th Semester
Fall    
HA 41163 6    
Total Hours 6    
 
1See appropriate alternatives or substitutions in "General Education Requirements".
2See Departmental Advisor.
3Internship must be completed in last semester after all coursework has been completed.
TDesignates a block of courses that would provide for a seamless transfer into this program if equivalent courses are taken at another college or university.

 

Tourism and Event Management Emphasis

The Tourism and Event Management Emphasis prepares students for careers in tourism, convention and visitors bureaus and sport and event management. This emphasis will provide a background in commercial recreation, recreational sport and event management in Arkansas’ second leading industry and the world’s largest industry. Tourism and Event Management is a collection of industries under the larger umbrella of hospitality management.

Curriculum in Tourism and Event Management Emphasis

Suggested Sequence of Courses
Freshman
Fall Spring
ENGL 1013 Composition I1,T 3 ENGL 1023 Composition II1,T 3
Science with Lab1,T 4 Science with Lab1,T 4
COMS 1003 Introduction to Computer Based SystemsT 3 MATH 1113T 3
TECH 1001 Orientation to the University 1 HA 1063 3
HA 1043 3 Approved Electives2 3
Total Hours 14 Total Hours 16
 
Sophomore
Fall Spring
ACCT 2003T 3 ACCT 2013T 3
ECON 2003T 3 PSY 2003 General PsychologyT 3
HA 2003 3 SPH 2173T 3
HA 2063 3 HA 2023 3
HA 2133 3 HA 3133 3
Total Hours 15 Total Hours 15
 
Junior
Fall Spring
Fine Arts & Humanities1,T 3 Fine Arts & Humanities1,T 3
U.S. History/Government1,T 3 MGMT 3003 3
BUAD 3023 3 RP 3503 Recreational Sport Management 3
RP 3033 Commercial Recreation 3 HA 4033 3
HA 2053 3
Total Hours 15 Total Hours 12
 
Senior
Fall Spring
HA 4013 Hospitality Marketing and Sales 3 HA 4001 1
HA 4073 3 HA 4023 3
HA 4113 3 HA 4053 3
Approved Elective2 5 HA 4093 3
  HA 4203 3
Total Hours 14 Total Hours 13
 
Senior 9th Semester
Fall    
HA 41163 6    
Total Hours 6    
 
1See appropriate alternatives or substitutions in "General Education Requirements".
2See Departmental Advisor.
3Internship must be completed in last semester after all coursework has been completed.
TDesignates a block of courses that would provide for a seamless transfer into this program if equivalent courses are taken at another college or university.

 

Minor Hospitality Administration

The Hospitality Administration minor is designed for students of any major who want to learn about the hospitality profession. The minor in Hospitality Administration consists of 18 hours of coursework:

HA 1043 Introduction to Hospitality Management
HA 2053 Work Experience
HA 4093 Resort Management
HA Elective (3 hours)
HA Elective (6 hours of 3000 or 4000 level)

Associate of Applied Science in Culinary Management

Curriculum in Culinary Management

Suggested Sequence of Courses
Freshman
Fall Spring
ENGL 1013 Composition I1 3 ENGL 1023 Composition II1 3
MATH 1003 3 CHEM 1113 Survey of Chemistry and CHEM 1111 Survey of Chemistry Laboratory 4
TECH 1001 Orientation to the University 1 CUL 2813 3
CUL 1013 3 CUL 2913 3
CUL 1923 3
Total Hours 13 Total Hours 13
 
Sophomore
Fall Spring
SPH 2173 3 COMS 1003 Introduction to Computer Based Systems 3
CUL 2003 3 CUL 2023 3
CUL 2053 3 CUL 2063 3
CUL 2903 3 CUL 2933 3
Total Hours 12 Total Hours 12
 
Summer Between 1st and 2nd year
CUL 2923 3    
CUL 2943 3    
Total Hours 6    
 
Summer After 2nd Spring
CUL 2996 6    
Total Hours 6    
 
1See appropriate alternatives or substitutions in "General Education Requirements".