Students are not required to take any of the foundation courses before the electives but it is wise to take COGS 101 as early as possible. Potential music or musicÂ education majors who have not yet been accepted to the major should contact Eric Charnofsky, Coordinator of UndergraduateÂ Enrollment in Music, at 216.368.0624 or email@example.comÂ to schedule an audition. It is a fun, pressure-relieving, Sunday night activity that culminates in a performance at the end of the semester. FRCH 201, GRMN 201, JAPN 201, SPAN 201), 202-level language course (i.e. Are multidisciplinary sciences that help us to understand the dynamic earth: its past, present, and future. Students in this situation should contact the academic representative for astronomy, Professor Earle LuckÂ (. Crawford, a genetic epidemiologist, is a professor of population and quantitative health sciences, associate director of the Cleveland Institute of Computational Biology and associate director of Population and Diversity Research. For more information about nutritional biochemistry and metabolism, visitÂ bulletin.case.edu/schoolofmedicine/nutrition. The same applies to students who complete MATH 121 and 122 at CWRU. Cleveland, OH 44106-7077. firstname.lastname@example.org. The music department also offers a minor in music (15 credit-hours), which students can pursue without an audition. 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Cleveland, OH 44106. In 1882 the college moved to Cleveland, where it formed the basis for Western Reserve University. However, students are encouraged to enroll in the course during the first or second year. Both PHIL 101 and 201 are required for the philosophy major. All CWRU students are welcome to participate in music ensembles. Music â Thâ¦ She also studies genetic variation can affect a person’s response to treatment. Students who do NOT fit into the formulas above and who are thus uncertain of their placement may contact faculty members teaching the course in which they want to enroll to discuss their background in the language. 300-level SOCI courses should not be taken until the second year. (Check individual ensemble websites for detailed information. Pre-matriculation and post matriculation transfer credit for work done at other institutionsâfor example, at colleges or universities prior to matriculating at CWRU, during the summer or in an approved Study Abroad programâmay be applied to satisfy part of this requirement if approved by the appropriate department. If intending to pursue the world literature major, students should consult with the academic representative prior to registering for spring semester to review course options based on their plan of study. The course features a broad range of introductory lectures from our faculty with examples from across time periods and geographic locations. Design and technical students should prioritize takingÂ THTR 110 â Introduction to Theater in the fall semester. College of Arts and Sciences Case Western Reserve University Case Western Reserve University Case Western Reserve University Case Western Reserve University University of Washington EA Engineering, Science, and Technology University of Genoa Italy NASA/University of Maryland. One-half or more of the breadth requirement courses in each breadth area must be taken on campus, except that students transferring from another college or university with 45 or more transferable credits may fulfill their breadth requirements with transfer credit taken at their previous college or university. Students who have earned AP, IB, or transfer credit through a 202-level language course, or who place intoÂ a 300-level foreign language course based on four years of a high school language, may select a 300-level foreign language literature course. To gain entry into an auditioned ensemble, students will need to schedule an audition time. All music education majors are required to register for a primary ensemble credit every semester (i.e. The college is organized into 21 academic departments and several interdisciplinary programs and centers. AP, IB, and A-level credit equivalents ending in âTRâ may not be used to satisfy the breadth requirements. Economics majors must complete oneÂ semester of calculus (MATH 121 or MATH 125), although a second semester of calculus is strongly recommended (MATH 122 or MATH 126).Â Students who may be interested in studyingÂ economics in graduate school or have strong math interests are recommended to take the MATH 121/122 sequence over the MATH 125/126 sequence. ENGR 131 is the preferred programming course for astronomy majors. We are strongly committed to educating students in the art and technique of theater, developing artists who have a mastery of craft, breadth of vision, and liveliness of thought. Religious studies majors will complete RLGN 201, four 100-level courses introducing four different religious traditions (two from the 150s and two from the 170s), at least four electives, and either RLGN 399 Major/Minor Seminar (the senior capstone) or RLGN 394/395 Honors Thesis. The BS requires a science core plus a science sequence; the BA does not. Students may wish to explore course offerings in philosophy, art studio, art history, music, or theater. Students should explore the possibility of taking a nutrition elective in the spring.Â. For more information about all biology majors, visitÂ bulletin.case.edu/collegeofartsandsciences/biology. Auditions usually occur during the first or second week of classes (two days of open calls) with callbacks on another day. Students may also consider exploring EEPS 115Â â Oceanography or EEPS 101Â â The Earth and Planets during the first year. It is more like a math course than some other philosophy courses, in that it emphasizes the ability to symbolize statements and arguments. Course credit earned by Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, A-levels and similar programs offered by high schools, by proficiency exams, by courses taken at domestic colleges and universities or in an approved Study Abroad program may be used to satisfy the quantitative reasoning requirement if the credit is equivalent to a specific CWRU courseÂ that satisfiesÂ the requirement. Students who have credit for MATH 121-122 (or 125-126) may begin work on the appropriate PHYS sequence. Most ensembles in the department of music require permission. Your music dept. Site Feedback Case School of Engineering Nord 500 216.368.4436 Site Feedback FRCH 202, GRMN 202, JAPN 202, SPAN 202), MUAP 121 â Principal Performance Area I*Â (applied lessons with recital component), MUAP 122 - Principal Performance Area II*Â (applied lessons with recital component), MUAP 121 â Principal Performance Area I*, MUAP 122 â Principal Performance Area II*, PSCL 101 â PsychologyÂ (prerequisite for future classes), MUED 320 â Technology Assisted Music Teaching, MATH course in the 120/121/122/223/224 (BS) or 120/125/126 (BA) sequenceÂ based on math diagnostic, AP/IB scores, and/or previous college credit, ORIG 101 â Origins Prologue: Life, the Universe, and Everything, One PSCL course from: PSCL 102, 230, 315, 352, 321, or other PSCL course of interest, SOCI 101 â Introduction to Sociology: Human Interaction, Ancient Near East and Egyptian Studies (ANEE), Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences (EEPS), Four concentrations are available within the anthropology major: general anthropology, medical anthropology, archaeology, and physical anthropology. Performance students intending to major in theater should prioritize taking THTR 100 â Introduction to Acting in the fall semester. For more information about art history, visitÂ bulletin.case.edu/collegeofartsandsciences/arthistoryandart. 2070 Adelbert Road. Prospective art education majors should contact Professor Shuckerow for guidance when selecting ARTS courses. (Thus, Spanish 1=SPAN 101, Spanish II=SPAN 102, etc.) For more information about art education, visitÂ bulletin.case.edu/collegeofartsandsciences/arthistoryandart. For more information about mathematics (BS) and applied mathematics, visitÂ bulletin.case.edu/collegeofartsandsciences/mathematics. Contact Professor Potter for more information. Arts & Humanities, Global & Cultural Diversity, or Social Sciences course. Both of our computer science degree programs provide a lot of flexibility. *Students with credit for a course have the option of using that credit as a prerequisite and registering for a higher-level course or forfeiting their credit and repeating the course for a grade at CWRU. Students pursuing a major (BA or BS) in nutritional biochemistry and metabolism should focus on completing CHEM 105, 106, and 113, as well as BIOL 214 and BIOL 215 in the first year. 10900 Euclid Avenue. Students who have credit for LATN 202 through AP Latin may enroll in LATN 380 â Ovidâs Metamorphoses. Students with credit for CHEM 105 or CHEM 111 may enroll in CHEM 106 in the fall semester. ASTR 100-level courses do not satisfy requirements for the astronomy major or minor. Students may become eligible for MUDE 101 based on the results of the music theory placement test given during orientation. Political Science is also a core component of affiliated degree programs such as the International Studies Major and the Public Policy Minor. PHYS 166 - Physics Today and Tomorrow is a one-credit pass/no pass course designed to give first-year students a sense of what physicists actually do in their careers, with introductions to a variety of topics at the frontiers of science. PSCL 282 â Quantitative Methods in Psychology, STAT 201 â Basic Statistics for the Social and Life Sciences. At Case Western Reserve University, you can change your program at any time. For more information about English, visitÂ bulletin.case.edu/collegeofartsandsciences/english. Students who enter with credit for ECON 103 should consider taking ECON 307 (Intermediate Macroeconomics) in their first year. Cleveland, OH 44106. Students with credit for PSCL 101 may want to consider taking PSCL 282 â Quantitative Analysis (or STAT 201), PSCL 230 â Child Psychology, PSCL 315 â Social Psychology, PSCL 321 â Abnormal Psychology, PSCL 352 â Physiological Psychology, or PSCL 357 â Cognitive Psychology in place of that course fall semester. Students with AP, IB, or transfer credit for CHEM 111Â may enroll in CHEM 106 in the fall semester. Students are encouraged to prepare for the test using the resources listed at music.case.edu/incoming-students/music-theory-placement-exam. Many Department of Music ensembles require auditions, which will be held during the first week of classes. Potential musicÂ education majors who have not yet been accepted to the major should contact Dr. Matthew Garrett, Coordinator of UndergraduateÂ Studies inÂ Music Education, at 216.368.2496 or email@example.comÂ to potentially schedule an audition and interview. CHEM 113 â Principles of Chemistry Lab (preferred), NTRN 201 â Nutrition (if not taken in the fall). Students who have credit (AP, IB, or transfer) for PSCL 101Â should enroll in PSCL 282 or STAT 201, or PSCL 230 â Child Psychology. Students pursuing a secondary major, double-major, or dual-degree should consult with Dr. Garrett prior to scheduling courses for the first semester. (Check individual ensemble websites for detailed information. Students pursuing the BA in biochemistry need to earn credit for MATH 125 and 126 only, which is satisfied if credit for MATH 121 and 122 has been earned at CWRU or through AP, IB, or transfer credit. For more information about music education, visitÂ bulletin.case.edu/collegeofartsandsciences/music. Our philosophy is to emphasize student course choice within a context of careful academic advising. . CHEM 105/106 is the usual chemistry sequence for math and physics majors but, if there is any possibility that a student might pursue a major in engineering, including engineering physics, the student should instead take CHEM 111 / ENGR 145 to fulfill core requirements for the Case School of Engineering. Students with an interest in the sciences and philosophy of science could also take a course in the history of science and technology or in cognitive science. Students interested in womenâs and gender studies may find courses of interest in those departments as well. Students planning to pursue the BS music education major must take MUTH, MUAP, MUED, and MUEN courses in their first semester. Students interested in studying the Ancient Near East and Egypt should enroll in ANEE/HSTY 107 â History of the Ancient Near East & Egypt, or ANEE/RLGN 320 â Gods and Demons in the Ancient Near East & Egypt. Many students start with RLGN 201 Interpreting Religion, which introduces the academic study of religion, important theories and methodologies, and current issues and debates in the field. The requirements for the BA and BS are the same in the first year, with the exception of the ENGR 131 requirement. Students considering the BS in systems biology or other Bachelor of Science degrees should opt for the MATH 121/122/223/224 sequence rather than MATH 125/126. For more information, contact Mike Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org. WGST courses are cross-listed with a number of disciplines such as anthropology, art history,Â English, ethnic studies, French, history, Spanish, and sociology. “I am honored to be recognized alongside past and current AAAS fellows for my work in human genetics—especially because the work emphasizes population diversity,” she said. Students may become eligible for eurhythmics (MUDE 101) based on the results of the music theory placement test given during orientation. Students placed into FSAE 100 â Academic English should defer a 200-level English course until the second semester. BA physics majors must complete an approved two-course non-physics science sequence. The first year of coursework for the BA and BS in nutritional biochemistry and metabolism is identical, except for the math requirements. CHEM 105/106 is the usual chemistry sequence for BA/BS physics majors but, if there is any possibility that a student might pursue a major in engineering, including engineering physics, the student should instead take CHEM 111 / ENGR 145 to fulfill core requirements for the Case School of Engineering. The BS in applied mathematics requires an additional professional core in a non-mathematics area to promote scientific breadth. Students interested in pursuing a major in English can take any 200-level ENGL course of interest in the first semester (except for ENGL 217A, ENGL 217B and ENGL 270) and ENGL 300 â English Literature to 1800 in the second semester. OH For more information about political science, visitÂ bulletin.case.edu/collegeofartsandsciences/politicalscience. He joined the Department of Biology at Case Western Reserve in 2009, and, beyond his work here, was elected to the Shaker Heights Board of Education in November 2019. For ensembles that do not require an audition, students should plan to attend the first class meeting for additional information about registration. The M.A. Students who are invited to take the enhanced physics courses, PHYS 123/124, should consider accepting the invitation, even if it means forfeiting AP/IB credit for PHYS 121. Whenever possible, sociology majors should take SOCI 307 as part of majors, as it is tailored to the specific techniques and issues that are central to sociological research. For more information about geological sciences and environmental geology, visitÂ bulletin.case.edu/collegeofartsandsciences/geologicalsciences. Interested students should contact the appropriate ensemble director via email or attend the first class meeting. The first music theory course assignment will be determined from the scores on these tests. Additional information about recommended course offerings for first-year students can be foundÂ. Interested students should take SOCI 101 â Introduction to Sociology: Human Interaction in the fall or spring semester. History (HSTY) 15. Students pursuing the chemical biology major need to earn credit for MATH 125 and 126 only, which is satisfied if credit for MATH 121 and 122 has been earned at CWRU or though AP, IB, or transfer credit. See theÂ, POSC 160 â Introduction to Comparative Politics, 300-level POSC course of interest (unless designated as a Department Seminar). 44106, 10900 Euclid Ave. Most of these courses also fulfill the Global and Cultural Diversity requirement. There are many opportunities, from large instrumentalÂ and vocal groups, to smaller chamber groups. For more information about chemical biology, visitÂ bulletin.case.edu/collegeofartsandsciences/chemistry. The graduate program Communication Sciences (COSI) in the Department of Psychological Sciences at Case Western Reserve University offers M.A. College of Arts and Sciences . She has published more than 175 peer-reviewed scientific manuscripts and is a member of the Board of Directors and chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Task Force of the American Society of Human Genetics. AAAScollege of arts and sciencesDana CrawfordJoy Wardschool of medicine, Don't forget—studying for #FinalExams is importa, Rooting for you, Spartans! 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