Catalog of Abilene Christian University, 2005-2006 Page: 24
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24 Academic Information
General Education Requirements
for All Bachelor's Degrees
(Includes University Core and Degree Core)
General Education Requirements (University and Degree Core requirements), except advanced courses,
should be completed by the end of the sophomore year.
UNIVERSITY CORE REQUIREMENTS*
Some courses may not be taken for university core credit (see course description) Required Credit
BIBL 101 - Life and Teachings of Jesus
BIBL 102 - Acts-Revelation
BIBL 211 - Message of the Old Testament
BIBL 212 - Christianity in Culture
Adv. course (300-499): BGRK, BHEB, BIBD, BIBH, BIBL, BIBM, BMIS**
Composition: ENGL 111 - Composition and Rhetoric
Literature (includes literature in foreign language)
COMS 111 - Fundamentals of Communication
HIST 100-299 selection
SCIENCE (select two 100-499 courses in different areas) 6
Chemistry and Geology
NUTR 120 Nutrition and Wellness
Math 120 or higher (except MATH 147)
Early Childhood - 4th grade; 4th-8th (grade) certification requires MATH 148
EXERCISE SCIENCE 4
EXSC 100 - Lifetime Wellness (activity)
EXSC activity - 3 different activities
UNIVERSITY SEMINAR 1
UNIV 100 - University Seminar (required of all students matriculating from high school or transfers
with fewer than 22 hours toward an ACU degree.
Total University Core Hours 41
*Some majors specify courses for certain core requirements. (See major degree plan for specifications.)
**BSN waives advanced Bible.
Freshmen must enroll in classes in Bible, English, EXSC (including EXSC 100) and University Seminar unless they have completed requirements in these areas.
Freshmen must enroll in EXSC 100, Lifetime Wellness, during the fall or spring semester. Students may wait until their sophomore year to begin literature requirements.
Each semester, students must register in required developmental (ENGL and MATW 0**) courses until all developmental requirements are completed.
Students must complete these requirements before registering for upper-level courses in their major field.
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS BASED ON HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE AND FOREIGN LANGUAGE
If lacking two years of high school science in different areas: 3 hours of college science required (in an area other than high school area).
May also be satisfied by an ACT science subscore of 27 or higher.
If lacking two years of high school language (one language): 6 hours of college foreign language required (one language).
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