Core 2.0 General Curricular Requirements Montana State University **NOTE** For all students admitted to Penn before Fall 2015, our former curriculum applies. Criteria. The course must focus in in-depth analytical and critical attention to difference and to historical, cultural, and/or social contexts, with an emphasis on class discussion and active student engagement. In addition to this primary criterion, the course will meet one of the following criteria listed below
Courses & Requirements Occidental College Please see the former requirements at the bottom of the page. Transfer students may meet their Core Requirements through equivalent courses taken before matriculation at Occidental, or through the courses designated as meeting Core Requirements taken at Occidental, or as is the case for most transfer students through a combination of both.
Degree Requirements Paul G. Allen School of Computer. The requirements are as follows, with up to 2 approved substitutions allowed upon departmental approval. For those students who are considering a double major, see below for an explanation of exceptions to our standard degree requirements. Computer Science PDF Computer Engineering PDF Please refer to the CSE Satisfactory Progress Policy for information about minimum course load, dropping required courses, and other academic policies and.
High School Course Requirements for College Admissions Successful completion of the Criminology major requires a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0, and satisfactory performance in CRIM 410, which students must take in the fall semester of their Senior year. Core course requirements vary from state to state, and many of the more selective colleges will want to see a strong high school academic record that goes well beyond the core. Advanced Placement, IB, and Honors courses are a must to be competitive at the most selective colleges.
Requirements effective fall 2019 TEXAS Undergraduate Studies A "D" grade is not considered satisfactory performance. Core Courses (3 c.u.): Topics in Core Courses constitute fundamental knowledge about criminology and criminal justice that are necessary for criminology majors. Students in the Plan II Honors Program may complete this requirement by taking English 303D or Tutorial Course 303D. American and Texas Government Texas core code 070 Six hours are required. Six hours are required. This coursework partially fulfills the legislative requirement. ROTC courses may not be substituted for the core courses in government.
Coursework Requirements - University of Texas at Austin CRIM 100 and CRIM 200 are survey courses which primarily cover theoretical contributions to the field, and should ideally be taken in a student’s freshman year. One of the four courses may be focused on writing, world literature, speech, communication applications or journalism. Mathematics 4 Credits Strongly Recommended, 3 Credits Required All courses should be at the level of Algebra I or higher; one course should be Algebra II or a course equivalent or more advanced in content and rigor.
Course Requirements Academics USNA CRIM 410 is a senior year seminar course that covers modern applied research. Course Requirements. The academic course requirements for midshipmen include both Core Courses coursework required of all midshipmen regardless of academic major plus Majors Course specific to each midshipman's selected academic major. Most midshipmen's academic courses are the same in their first fourth class or plebe year at the Naval.
Course Criteria - American Board of Opticianry CRIM 100 - Introduction to Criminology CRIM 200 - Introduction to Criminal Justice CRIM 410 - Research Capstone -- Note: This course is mandatory with no substitutions and must be taken in the fall of senior year. Socio-Political Context of Crime (3 c.u.): Students in Socio-Political Context courses learn to think critically about crime and criminal justice topics from a social science, legal, and/or humanities perspective. Course Criteria A statement of learning objectives must be developed for each course. A detailed outline or course abstract listing specific learning outcomes must be submitted. The intended audience and content level must be specified. Course content must be generic in nature and presented.