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Citation Checklist for Class Entering 2002

To earn a CPS-Earth, Life and Time Citation, you must complete 17-23 credits with an overall average GPA of 3.0 in designated CPS courses, including ENGL 101. If you are exempt from ENGL 101, you must complete 14-20 credits. These credits must be satisfied during the two-year period of the CPS Program (4 semesters). Sophmore requirements

Fall 2002 (Semester 1)
Course Credits
CPSP 118G Colloquium 1
GEOL 100/110
(or other INHSC`)
3-4
UNIV100/101 1-2
Spring 2003 (Semester 2)
Course Credits
CPSP 118G Colloquium 1
ENGL 101S Composition
(if not exempt)
3
Supporting Course 1(*)
(if not completed earlier)
3
Fall 2003 (Semester 3)
Course Credits
CPSP 218G Colloquium 1
Supporting Course 2
(if not completed earlier)
3-4
Spring 2004 (Semester 4)
Course Credits
CPSP 239G or CPSP249G or CPSP 259G Practicum 1-3
Supporting Course (*)
(if not completed in Semester 3)
3-4

 

* Supporting Courses
(total of 6-8 credits)

Other introductory natural historical science classes may be taken instead of GEOL100/110, as designated by(\). Complete two additional courses from the following list (changes to be approved by the CPS-ELT Director) by the end of Semester 4. Any one (1) CMSC course (or BMGT201) may be taken: however, ONLY one (1) CMSC course (or BMGT201) will be counted as a supporting course for CPS-ELT. All courses are 3 credits unless otherwise noted. CORE designation is in parenthesis.

GEOL 100/110 (4)
(PL only when both are taken concurrently)
`ANTH 220 (4)(LL,D)
`ANTH 240 (SB, D)
ARTH 200 (HA)
ARTH 250 (HA,D)
ARTH 275 (HA,D)
ARTH 290 (HA,D)
`ASTR 100/111 (PL) (4)
or `ASTR 101 (PL) (4)
`ASTR 120(PS)
`ASTR 200 (PS)
ASTR 220 (PS)
`BSCI 103 (LL) (4)
`BSCI 105 (LL) (4)
`BSCI 106 (LL) (4)
`BSCI 120 (LS)
`BSCI 122 (LL) (4)
`BSCI/GEOG/GEOL/METO 123 (PS)
`BSCI 124/125 (LL) (4)
`BSCI 201 (LL) (4)
`BSCI 202 (4)
BSCI 203
`BSCI 222 (4)
`BSCI 223 (LL)(4)
`BSCI 224 (LL)(4)
`BSCI 225 (LL)(4)
`BSCI 226 (LL) (4)
`BSCI 227 (LL)(4)
`BSCI 230 (4)
CHEM 103 (PL) (4)
CHEM 104 (PL) (4)
CHEM 113 (PL) (4)
CHEM 135/136 (4)
CHEM 233 or 237 (4)
CLAS 170 (HL)
CPSP288E/HIST 219E (SH)
ENGL 260 (SH)
ENGL 277 (HL,D)
`GEOG 201/210 (4)
(PL only when both are taken concurrently)
`GEOL 102 (4)
`GEOL 104 (PS)
`GEOL 120 (PS)
GEOL 214 (PS)
GEOL 288 (1-2)
GEOL 301 (PS)
GEOL 331 (4)
GEOL 388
GERM 282 (HL)
GERM 283 (HL)
GERM 286 (HL)
GERM 287 (HL)
HIST 110 (HO)
`HIST 174 (SH)
HIST 175 (SH)
`HONR 219D (PS)
`HONR 259C (PS)
LING 330
`METO 200/201 (PL) (4)
`PHIL 250 (HO)
`PHIL 256 (HO)
PHYS 111 or 117 or 121
or 141 or 161 (PL) (4)
PHYS 171 (PS)
PHYS 262 (PL) (4)

Revised 8-07-02