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Suggested Fall Semester Courses for First Year Students by Major Interest

More detailed information about the requirements for each major can be found in the St. Andrews University catalog.

If you are interested in ART choose:

ART 147 3-D Design or ART 223 Drawing I

 

If you are interested in Biology, or Equine Biology choose:

BIO 101 (with lab) Introductory Topics in Biology for non-science majors

BIO 201 Concepts in Biology I

 

If you are interested in Business, choose:

ECON 201 Microeconomics if your math skills are strong

Or BUS 100 Introduction to Business (while not required for the Business major, this course offers a general overview of the discipline)

 

If you are interested in Equine Business Management, choose:

ECON 201 Microeconomics

TH 155 Introduction to Therapeutic Horsemanship in either Fall or Spring

EQ 244 Stable Management or EQ 244 L Stable Management Lab - Students should not take both of these courses in the same semester

PE 261 Equitation I in fall semester if you have ridden before; PE 150 is for students who have never ridden and want to learn.

EQ 248 Basic Riding Instructor Skills is a possible choice for students with some experience in teaching horseback riding

 

If you are interested in Communications, choose:

COM 101 Introduction to Mass Communications

 

If you are interested in Creative Writing, choose:

CW 221 Introduction to Creative Writing

ENG 211 Masterpieces of English Literature

 

If you are interested in Education, choose:

EDU 236 Technology for Educators

EDU 250 Education, Culture and Diversity

PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology

 

If you are interested in English, choose:

ENG 211 Masterpieces of English Literature

ENG 281 Children's Literature

ENG 290 Poetry of the 20th Centure

CW 221 Introduction to Creative Writing

 

If you are interested in Forensics, choose:

FOR 201 (with lab) Forensic Science

For the Psychology emphasis, add PSY 101, Introduction to Psychology

For the Chemistry emphasis, add CHE 210 Essential Concepts in Chemistry and CHE 210 Lab

 

If you are interested in Game Art Design, choose:

GAM 100 Game Art Foundations

ART 147 3-D Design or ART 223 Drawing I

 

If you are interested in History, choose

HIS 214 Topics: Bad Behavior

HIS 202 American History Survey II

POL 211 Introduction to International Politics

 

If you are interested in Physical Education – which is part of the Education program, choose:

SS 231 Foundations and Principles of PE and Sport

EDU 250 Education, Culture and Diversity

EDU 236 Technology for Educators

PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology

 

If you are interested in Philosophy, choose:

PHI 100 Introduction to Philosophy

 

If you are interested in Politics, choose

POL 211 Introduction to International Politics

POL 231 Introduction to Law

POL 250 Area Studies: Vietnam

 

If you are interested in Pre-Med or Pre-Vet, choose

BIO 201 (with lab)Concepts in Biology I

CHE 210 (with lab)Essential Concepts in Chemistry

 

If you are interested in Psychology, choose

PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology

 

If you are interested in Religious Studies, choose

RST 120 Th Bible Today

RST 232 Topics in Biblical Studies

 

If you interested in Sports and Recreation Studies, choose

SS 231 Foundations and Principles of PE and Sport

SS 227 Community Health, First Aid and CPR

ECON 201 Microeconomics also is required for this major

 

If you are interested in Therapeutic Horsemanship, choose

TH 155 Introduction to TH

EQ 244 Stable Management or Stable Management Lab (you will take both of these courses, but not at the same time)

EQ 248 Basic Riding Instructor Skills if students have experience teaching horseback riding; it will be offered in the spring as well - First year students should not take the 248 lab course this fall

PE 261 Equitation I

SS 227 Community Health, First Aid and CPR

PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology

 

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