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The College of Arts and Science

Arts and Science and University Studies Advising Office 146 Upham Hall Phone: 513-529-3031 General Information The College of Arts and Science is the centerpiece of liberal arts education at Miami University and the largest academic division on campus. As such, the College encompasses a rich diversity of disciplinary opportunities and experiences across the humanities, natural sciences, social sciences, languages, mathematics, and interdisciplinary programs. Using this broad foundation, an Arts and Science education is devoted to intellectual analysis, critical thinking, and honing transferable skills that will be used for a student’s entire lifetime. Employers demand a smart, globally minded workforce that can creatively solve problems while drawing upon a broad and adaptable skill set, and the College prepares its students for a vast array of career opportunities. The College offers three degrees: the Bachelor of Arts, the Bachelor of Arts in International Studies, and the Bachelor of Science Accreditation Departments in the College that are accredited by professional associations are: Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry: American Chemical Society Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry: Chemistry and Biochemistry by the American Society of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology (ASBMB) Department of Psychology: American Psychological Association Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology (graduate program only) by the Council of Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology General Requirements These are the general requirements of the College of Arts and Science for graduation: Earn at least 124 semester hours, 56 must be advanced (at 200 level and above). Fulfill the Global Miami Plan (MP), the College Requirement (CAS), and the requirements of your major. Earn a 2.00 cumulative grade point average, as well as a  2.00 average in all courses taken in your department(s) of major. If you are a transfer student, you must take a substantial portion of your major requirements at Miami.  You will work with an Arts and Science divisional academic advisor at the time of transfer to help facilitate your transition. Notes on Credit Restrictions Before registering for your courses, you should keep in mind these restrictions on credit: You may not earn credit for a lower-numbered course in a department if you have already taken a closely related, higher-numbered course for credit. For example, if you have passed  FRE 201 ,  FRE 202 , you cannot take  FRE 101 ,  FRE 102  and receive credit for them. When taking a series of courses, you may not jump over a prerequisite course.  For example: if you start a foreign language and take the 101 and 102 courses, you cannot jump over the 201 course to take the 202 course; be sure to consult the courses of instruction portion of this bulletin to look at the prerequisites for courses you are thinking of taking. Credit is not given for closely related courses in two or more divisions; be sure to consult the courses of instruction portion of this bulletin to see if courses are duplicative credit. You cannot register for more than 20 hours in a semester except with the approval of the Dean or his/her designee.  

Education, Teacher Education- Master of Education, Master of Arts in Teaching

For information, contact: Director of Graduate Studies Department of Teacher Education 401 McGuffey Hall, 513-529-6443

Classical Humanities Minor

...of classical literature, language, art, and civilization. A...101 , LAT 102 , LAT 121 , and LAT 201

Middle Childhood Education- Bachelor of Science in Education

Concentrations Language Arts Concentration Math Concentration Science Concentration...PHY 100-499; GEO 121 , GEO 211 , GEO...

ART 121. Observational Drawing. (3; maximum 6)

This studio course introduces the students to the basic theory and practice of drawing. Through variety of observational drawing activities, students will develop perceptual drawing skills; become versatile with achromatic drawing media such as graphite and charcoal; and gain conceptual and practical understanding of composing two-dimensional space. Lectures, demonstrations, critiques, and critical readings will complement the hands-on-learning process.

CCA 121. Introduction to the Integrated Arts and Culture. (3) (MPF)

This course will focus on learning basic arts vocabulary, concepts and principles, with an emphasis on those words and ideas that are common to all the arts. (e.g.: syncopation, rhythm, pattern, etc.) Students will be exposed to the fundamental steps of the creative process that are integral to various artforms. This vocabulary and process will be examined in context through the historical and cultural study of a particular urban location. IIA.
Co-requisites: CCA 221 and 321.