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Track 1: Education, Social Sciences and Management

Students pursuing or interested in the following majors will be advised under the Education, Social Sciences and Management track.

Majors within Education, Social Sciences and Management

Education and Helping Fields


UC 102/UC 102L Course Sections for the Education,
Social Sciences and Management Track

Lecture:
UC 102 S01: Monday and Wednesday from 10–10:50 a.m.
UC 102 S06: Monday and Wednesday from 11–11:50 p.m.

Lab:
UC 102L S01: Meeting time is included with the lecture course.


Course Recommendations by Major:

Early Childhood Education
ECE 150/ECE 150L, HDFS 210, HDFS 241, PSYC 101
BIOL 101/BIOL 101L
GEOG 131/GEOG 131L

Family and Consumer Sciences Education
HDFS 210, PSYC 101
CA 289, NUTR 111, NUTR 141/NUTR 141L
HMGT 171 (spring)

Global Studies
GLST 201, REL 250, ECON 202
HIST 112, GEOG 210, POLS 253
Modern Language Exam placement

Human Development and Family Studies
PSYC 101, SOC 100, BIOL 101/L
HDFS 150, HDFS 241, HDFS 227

Interdisciplinary Studies
Courses recommended based on student’s areas of interest

Psychology
PSYC 101, PSYC 201, PSYC 210, SOC 100
SOC 150, CJUS 201, BIOL 101/L or BIOL 151/L (fall)

Sociology
SOC 100, SOC 284, SOC 150

Secondary Teacher Education
EDFN 101

Pre-Professional Interest Areas
Pre-Occupational Therapy and Pre-Physical Therapy
PHTH 142, HDFS 210, PSYC 101
CHEM 112/CHEM 112L, CHEM 114/CHEM 114L
BIOL 151/BIOL 151L (fall)
PHYS 111/PHYS 111L, BIOL 221/BIOL 221L

Business, Management and Economics


UC 102/UC 102L Course Sections for the Education,
Social Sciences and Management Track:

Lecture: UC 102 S07: Monday and Wednesday from 12–12:50 a.m.
UC 102 S10: Monday and Wednesday from 1–1:50 p.m.

Lab: UC 102L S01: Meeting time is included with the lecture course.


Course Recommendations by Major:

Aviation
AVIA 101, AVIA 150, AVIA 170
PSYC 101 or SOC 100, ECON 202
ACCT 210, GEOG 131/131L

Community & Regional Planning
ECON 201 and ECON 202, POLS 210, SOC 100
PLAN 100, LA 251, ARCH 241 (spring), ARCH 242 (fall)

Consumer Affairs
CA 150, CA 230, CA 289
PSYC 101 or SOC 100
ECON 202 or ECON 201
LEAD 210 or CS 282

Economics
BADM 101, ECON 201, ECON 202
MATH 121/MATH 121L OR MATH 123
ACCT 210, ACCT 211, STAT 281

Entrepreneurial Studies
BADM 101, ECON 201, ECON 202
ENTR 236, ENTR 237
ACCT 210, ACCT 211, STAT 281

Global Studies
GLST 201, REL 250, ECON 202
HIST 112, GEOG 210, POLS 253
Modern Language Exam placement

Hospitality Management
ECON 202 and ECON 201, PSYC 101
HMGT 171, NUTR 141/NUTR 141L, ACCT 210
LEAD 210 or CS 230 or CS 282

Interdisciplinary Studies
Courses recommended based on student’s areas of interest

Psychology
PSYC 101, PSYC 201, PSYC 210, SOC 100
SOC 150, CJUS 201, BIOL 101/L or BIOL 151/L (fall)

Sociology
SOC 100, SOC 284, SOC 150

Sport, Recreation and Park Management
RECR 101 (fall), ECON 201
HDFS 210 or POLS 210, ACCT 210