May 20, 2018  
Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2018 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2018

General Education, Business Administration, B.B.A.


Featured Courses: 4-6 Hours


  • GND 1015, First-Year Seminar 3 Hours
  • XXX 3015, Junior Cornerstone Seminar 0 Hours
    Students must take a “3015” course to satisfy this requirement. The hours for the Junior Cornerstone (JCS) may count below in V-VI or VIII-XI depending on its prefix. In the unlikely event that students take additional JSC courses, they may be applied below in V or VI-XI. JCS credits may not count in major or minor.0
  • XXX 4015 or GND 4015, Senior Capstone Seminar 1-3 Hours
    Note: Total offered Senior Capstone hours may be counted  either in the major or in the General Education Core requirements (depending upon the program of study), but not both.
  • Linked Cohort Courses, 1000- and/or 2000-level 0 Hours
    The hours for the Linked Cohorts (LCCs) may count below in III, V, and / or VI-XI depending on their prefixes
  • Global Studies (GS), 4 courses 0 Hours
    Experiential Learning (EL), 2 courses 0 Hours
    Global Studies (GS) and Experiential Learning (EL) courses may be taken in the BELL Core, or in the major, the minor, or other required or elective courses. Note that the Junior Cornerstone Seminar is, by definition, an EL course, but the category of EL will vary. For the comprehensive list of all GS and EL courses offered at Belmont, and for the “key” to the codes, go to www.belmont.edu/bellcore/, click on “Academic Advising,” and then “GS/EL Permanently Designated Courses” or “GS/EL Codes.” For the list of currently offered GS and EL courses, go to the homepage of ClassFinder and look for the appropriate link in the BELL Core box. For a list of transfer courses that count for GS credit, go to the same web address, click on “Academic Advising” and click on “Global Studies Transfer Courses.”

Oral Communication: 3 Hours


Written Communication: 6 Hours


Humanities: 3-12 Hours


First semester studies in a foreign language (XXX 1010) will fulfill the Humanities requirement in Gen. Ed. only if they also successfully complete the 1020 level of the same foreign language.

Select from the following prefixes:


CLA, ENL, ENW, EUR, HUM, PHI, CHN, FRE, GER, GRK, ITL, JPN, LAT, RUS, and SPA1, 2, 3
(ENG 1050 and ASN 2000 will also count in this category. See footnote 3)

Mathematics: 9-10 Hours


Select one of the following courses:

Religion: 6 Hours


Six hours must be done in the same path. Choose six hours from path “a” or six hours from path “b”:4

Wellness: 3 Hours


Students who have successfully completed 5 semesters of ROTC may petition the chair of the Department of Sport Science for waiver of the Wellness requirement.

Choose one path:

Total: 53-59 Hours


1 Students must take at least 3 hours of Humanities, 3 hours of Social Sciences, and 4 hours of Science. Students must also take 9 more hours in two or three of these academic areas. If students elect to take more than 9 hours in a given area (for example, within the Humanities), they must cover at least two different disciplinary prefixes within that area.

2 Correspondence work in Foreign Language is not accepted as credit for Belmont students. Also, students who have had three years or more of a Foreign Language in high school may be ready to begin language study at Belmont with the 2000-level courses. Incoming students with previous language study are encouraged to consult instructors in each language to determine specific placement.

3 Exceptions:1) ENG 1050  and ASN 2000  will count as a Humanities credit. 2) These individual courses will not fulfill the Humanities requirements in General Education: ENG 1000, 1030, 1010, 2030, 3010; ENL 1990, 2000, 3440, 4900; ENW 2000, 3050, 3960, 3970, 4010, 4900; EUR 4500; PHI 1540,  2330, 2340, 2350, 2360, 3150, 3160, 3240, 3430, 4110, 4120, 4130, 4140, 4150, 4200. (The following PHI will meet the Gen Ed Humanities requirement: PHI 1510 , PHI 1520 , PHI 1600 , PHI 2250 , PHI 2310 , PHI 2380 , PHI 3110 , PHI 3200 , PHI 3260 , 1950, PHI 2950 , PHI 3950 ).

4 Once a student has matriculated to Belmont, he or she may not take a lower-level Religion course at another institution and transfer this course in as Belmont 3000-level General Education course in Religion. A 3000-level (or above) course in Religion may, however, be taken elsewhere and transferred in for Belmont’s 3000-level Religion requirement after the student has acquired 45 credit hours toward his or her degree.

BIO 1010  is intended for most non-science majors. BIO 1110  is an introductory course for BIO majors, BIO minors, and pre-health students. CEM 1010  and PHY 1010  are intended for most non-science majors. CEM 1610  is the introductory course for chemistry majors, minors, and pre-health sciences. PHY 1100  is intended for those with interests in sound. PHY 1140  is intended for AET (Audio Engineering Technology) majors. PHY 1110  (trigonometry-based) and PHY 2110  (calculus-based) are introductory courses for science majors and pre-health students. CEM 1610 , PHY 1110 , and PHY 1120  have mathematics prerequisites. Students who apply PSY 1200  to the BELL Core may not use PSY 1100  for other science options in General Education.

7 Marching band do not substitute.