Approval of Revised Liberal Studies Program

Executive Memorandum 88-041

July 29, 1988

From: Robin S. Wilson, President

Subject: Approval of Revised Liberal Studies Program

LIBERAL STUDIES PROGRAM

The proposed addition of a Non-Teacher Preparation advising pattern to the BA in Liberal Studies is approved for implementation effective fall 1988. The new advising pattern allows students to substitute a formal minor or major for the 16 units of professional prerequisite courses and, provided the second major is 28 or more units, for the 12 unit area of concentration. The revised Liberal Studies program includes the attached three patterns.

LIBERAL STUDIES

GENERAL PATTERN (103 UNITS)

A. COMPUTER SCIENCE (3 Units)

CSCI 010 - Computer Literacy

B. ENGLISH (18 Units)

ENGL 001 - Freshman Composition

ENGL 091/111 - Advanced Composition

ENGL 101 - Reading Literature

ENGL 221 - Principles of the English Language

ICST 011 - Speech Communication

THEA 024/124 - Children's Literature Performance

C. HUMANITIES AND FINE ARTS (18 Units)

ART 207 - Development of Children's Art

HUM 100A - Arts and Ideas

HUM 100B - Arts and Ideas

MUS 129J - Music for Children

PHIL 002 - Logic and Critical Thinking

PHIL 055/155 or RS 055/155 - Learning and Values

D. PHYSICAL AND LIFE SCIENCE (21 Units)

BIOL 001 or BIOL 008 - Concepts of Biology or Principles of Biology

BIOL 142 - Field Biology

MATH 050A - Concepts and Structure of Math

MATH 050B - Concepts and Structure of Math

PHSC 041/141 - Conception Physical Science

PHSC 142 - Fundamental Relationships in the Physical Sciences

3 Units From:

BIOL 134 - Conservation Ecology

MATH 112 - Basic Structures of Mathematics

MATH 113 - Intuitive Foundations of Geometry

PHSC 130 - Environmental Science

E. SOCIAL SCIENCE (15 Units)

HIST 050 - United States History

POLS 055 - American Government: National, State, and Local

SOSC 101 - Spatial Concepts in the Study of Behavior

SOSC 102 - Temporal Concepts in the Study of Behavior

SOSC 103 - Social Concepts in the Study of Behavior

F. AREA OF CONCENTRATION (12 Units)

See attached list of approved concentrations

G. FIELD EXPERIENCES (1 Unit)

EDUC 125 - Curriculum in Elementary Schools

30 Hours experience in elementary classroom

H. PROFESSIONAL PREREQUISITES (15 Units)

EDUC 102 or HIST 152 - ED/Social Issues in American Education or History of Education in America

*HCSV 260 - Health Science for Elementary Teachers

PSY 012/112 - Learning in the Young Child

PSY 041/141 - Socio-Cultural Context of Psychological Development

PSY 202 - Survey of Child and Adolescent Psychology

I. PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION (30 Units)

Either during or after completion of Liberal Studies Major (A-H Above)

*Must have been taken Spring 1980 or after

LIBERAL STUDIES

BILINGUAL/BICULTURAL PATTERN (114 Units)

A. COMPUTER SCIENCE (3 Units)

CSCI 010 - Computer Literacy

B. ENGLISH (18 Units)

ENGL 001 - Freshman Composition

ENGL 091/111 - Advanced Composition

ENGL 101 - Reading Literature

ENGL 221 - Principles of the English Language

ENGL 232 - Theory and Practice of English as a Second Language

ICST 011 - Speech Communication

THEA 024/124 - Children's Literature Performance

C. HUMANITIES AND FINE ARTS (18 Units)

ART 207 - Development of Children's Art

HUM 100A or HUM 100B - Arts and Ideas

MUS 129J - Music for Children

PHIL 002 - Logic and Critical Thinking

PHIL 055/155 or RS 055/155 - Learning and Values

SPAN 104A - Grammar and Composition

D. PHYSICAL AND LIFE SCIENCE (21 Units)

BIOL 001 or BIOL 008 - Concepts of Biology or Principles of Biology

BIOL 142 - Field Biology

MATH 050A - Concepts and Structure of Math

MATH 050B - Concepts and Structure of Math

PHSC 041/141 - Conception Physical Science

PHSC 142 - Fundamental Relationships in the Physical Sciences

3 Units From:

BIOL 134 - Conservation Ecology

MATH 112 - Basic Structures of Mathematics

MATH 113 - Intuitive Foundations of Geometry

PHSC 130 - Environmental Science

E. SOCIAL SCIENCE (15 Units)

HIST 050 - United States History

HIST 074 - Mexican Heritage in the United States

LAST 050 - Introduction to Latin American Studies

POLS 055 - American Government: National, State, and Local

SOCI 257 or CHST 257 - Cultural Differences of the Chicano

SOSC 101 - Spatial Concepts in the Study of Behavior

SOSC 103 - Social Concepts in the Study of Behavior

F. AREA OF CONCENTRATION (12 Units)

EDUC 219 - Bilingual Teaching Competencies in Language

SPAN 003 - Third Semester Spanish

SPAN 004 - Fourth Semester Spanish

SPAN 020 - Conversational Spanish

G. FIELD EXPERIENCES (1 Unit)

EDUC 125 - Curriculum in Elementary Schools

30 Hours experience in elementary classroom

H. PROFESSIONAL PREREQUISITES (15 Units)

EDUC 102 or HIST 152 - ED/Social Issues in American Education or History of Education in America

*HCSV 260 - Health Science for Elementary Teachers

PSY 012/112 - Learning in the Young Child

PSY 041/141 - Socio-Cultural Context of Psychological Development

PSY 202 - Survey of Child and Adolescent Psychology

I. PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION (30 Units)

Either during or after completion of Liberal Studies Major (A-H Above)

*Must have been taken Spring 1980 or after

LIBERAL STUDIES

NON TEACHING PATTERN (103 or More Units)

A - E

See A - E under General Pattern

F - G

See F - G Under General Pattern

or

H Below

H. Minor, Second Major or Professional Prerequisites (15+ Units)

If the second major is 28 or more units, F, Area of Concentration (12 Units) and/or G, Field Experience (1 Unit) may be waived.