2010-2011 Undergraduate Catalog

Note: The following URLs link to Microsoft Word documents


  1. Catalog Home Page

 

  1. General Information About EIU
    Offers information on EIUís history, organization, and administration, as well as the University Foundation and the Alumni Association.

 

  1. Admission Policies
    Explains admission requirements and procedures for native, transfer, and international students.

 

  1. Academic Regulations
    Lists University-wide requirements for a bachelorís degree and explains academic policies such as grading, dismissal, class attendance, and withdrawal.

 

  1. General Education
    Explains the mission of EIUís general education program and details its requirements.

 

  1. Study Abroad
    Identifies Study Abroad opportunities and responsibilities.

 

  1. Honors College
    Offers information on University and Departmental Honors Programs.

 

  1. Majors, Options, and Minors
    Provides an overview of the academic programs offered by each college/school.

 

  1. Academic College Descriptions and Program Requirements
    Describes the missions of each of the academic colleges, details School of Business and teacher education admission requirements, and lists tenure-track faculty in each department. It also provides an alphabetized listing of majors, options, minors, and pre-professional programs and their requirements.
    • College of Arts and Humanities
      African-American Studies, Art, Communication Studies, English, Foreign Languages, History, Journalism, Music, Philosophy, Theatre Arts

 

    • Lumpkin College of Business and Applied Studies
      Military Science (ROTC), School of Business (Accountancy, Business Administration, Entrepreneurship Minor, Finance, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing), School of Family and Consumer Sciences (Family & Consumer Sciences), School of Technology (Applied Engineering & Technology, Career & Technical Education, Organizational & Professional Development)

 

    • College of Education and Professional Studies
      Adult Education Minor, Athletic Training, Dual Certification Programs, Early Childhood, Elementary and Middle Level Education, Health Studies, Kinesiology and Sports Studies, Recreation Administration, Special Education

 

    • College of Sciences
      Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Chiropractic Medicine, Clinical Laboratory Science, Communication Disorders and Sciences, Economics, Engineering, Geology/Geography, Mathematics and Computer Science, Nursing, Physics, Political Science, Pre-Engineering, Pre-Health Professions (Pre-Medicine Ė Allopathic/Osteopathic, Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Veterinary Medicine, Pre-Optometry, Pre-Podiatry, Pre-Physicianís Assistant, Pre-Physical Therapy, and Pre-Occupational Therapy), Pre-Nursing, Psychology, Science with Teacher Certification, Social Science Teaching, Sociology-Anthropology

 

    • Interdisciplinary Minors
      Advertising Minor, Anthropology Minor, Asian Studies Minor, Broadcast Meteorology Minor, Criminology Minor, Environmental Studies Minor, Film Studies Minor, Geographic Information Sciences Minor, Health Communication Minor, Latin American Studies Minor, Medieval Studies Minor, Neuroscience Minor, Pre-Law Studies Minor, Print and Textile Design Technologies Minor, Public Relations Minor, Religious Studies, Womenís Studies Minor

 

  1. School of Continuing Education
    Offers information on lifelong learning opportunities, including conferences and workshops.

 

  1. Graduate School
    Lists available graduate degrees and graduate admission requirements.

 

  1. Course Information
    Explains the course-numbering system, prerequisite policies, and the statewide course articulation system.

 

  1. Course Descriptions
    Provides detailed descriptions of all regular courses offered by EIU.

 

  1. Contact information if you would like more information about EIU

 


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