Welcome to                                                     TABLE OF CONTENTS
Huskies Advising and                                           CAMPUS CALENDAR...............................................................3

Registration days!                                             FINANCING YOUR EDUCATION............................................. 4-5
                                                                     Applying for Financial Aid
                                                                     Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union
It’s time to unleash your potential! You are joining a               Paying Tuition & Fees
University rooted in a legacy of greatness. We strive                DREAMers!
to embed DEI (Diversity, Equity & Inclusion) values,
practices, and strategies in all of our work. Nurturing        ADVISING AND REGISTRATION................................................6
                                                                     Student Success Teams
a culture of care and belonging is central to what we                What is an Academic Advisor
do in and outside of the classroom. YOU BELONG HERE!                 Who is my Academic Advisor
Your journey at St. Cloud State should encompass                     Graduation Requirements
academic and social engagement, both are essential
to experiencing the full impact of a St. Cloud State           EXPECTATIONS.......................................................................7
                                                                     Academic Performance Standards
education. During your college journey, I am asking you              Student Handbook/Student Code of Conduct
to work toward “Owning Your Greatness.” This work begins             Sexual Violence Prevention Training
today as you begin setting a vision and creating the
foundation for your education. Part of this foundation will    RECORDS AND REGISTRATION................................................8
                                                                     Office of Records and Registration
be Our Husky Compact. This is a commitment we make to
                                                                     Transfer Credits
our students and students make to their education that               Degree Audit Report
sets them apart and prepares them to be global citizens              Registration Code/Registration Window
in the 21st century. Our Husky Compact ensures that
students graduate with the ability to::                        STUDENT TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES............................... 9-10
                                                                     Campus Card
   » Think Creatively and Critically
                                                                     Accessing Student Email
   » Seek and Apply Knowledge                                        Emergency and Safety Information (Star Alert/Safe @ St. Cloud)
   » Communicate Effectively                                         Information Technology Services
   » Integrate Existing and Evolving Technologies
   » Engage as a Member of a Diverse and Multicultural         REGISTERING FOR CLASSES.................................................11
                                                                     Instructions to Register For a Course
                                                                     Instructions to Drop/Withdraw from a Course
   » Act with Personal Integrity and Civic Responsibility            How to Access your Degree Audit Report (DARS)

These abilities will distinguish you in your career and life   LIBERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM...........................................13
after graduation. So, welcome and UNLEASH AMAZING!             ACADEMIC RUBRICS .............................................................17
For the University,                                            NEW STUDENT CHECKLIST...................................................18
Dr. Feng-Ling Johnson                                          HUSKIES FIRST FOUR/ORIENTATION........INSIDE BACK COVER
Dean of University College & Associate Vice President for
Student Success                                                CAMPUS MAP....................................................... BACK COVER


                                                        SUMMER 2021                                FALL 2021                                SPRING 2022

 Classes begin                                         May 17, 2021                            August 23, 2021                          January 10, 2022
 End of free drop period                             Check e-Services                          August 27, 2021                          January 14, 2022
 Last day to add classes                             Check e-Services                          August 27, 2021                          January 14, 2022
 Last day to drop with a W                           Check e-Services                Nov. 23, 2021 for full term courses       April 12, 2022 for full term courses
                                                                                           Spring & Summer 2022:                             Check
 Registration begins for next term                   Check e-Services
                                                                                             October 25th, 2021                stcloudstate.edu/events/academic
 Last day of classes                             June 24; August 5, 2021                     December 10, 2021                            April 29, 2022
 Last day of finals                        stcloudstate.edu/events/academic                  December 16, 2021                             May 5, 2022

For more information regarding registration deadlines visit: www.stcloudstate.edu/registrar


                                                        SUMMER 2021                                FALL 2021                                SPRING 2022

 *Aid applied to accounts                              May 20, 2021                            August 28, 2021                          January 15, 2022
 Direct deposits SENT to bank
                                                       May 26, 2021                           September 1, 2021                         January 19, 2022
 (availability varies)
 Checks will be put in the mail                        May 27, 2021                           September 2, 2021                         January 20, 2022

*Financial aid overages may be delayed if you have a prior balance. For more information regarding financial aid visit: www.stcloudstate.edu/financialaid


                                                        SUMMER 2021                                FALL 2021                                SPRING 2022

 Full payment—no service fee                           June 7, 2021                          September 13, 2021                         January 31, 2022
 Deposit—$300 to reserve classes                       May 21, 2021                            August 27, 2021                          January 14, 2022
 1st payment—1/3 of total charges                      June 7, 2021                          September 13, 2021                         January 31, 2022
 2nd payment—half of balance due                      June 21, 2021                            October 4, 2021                          February 21, 2022
 Final payment under
                                                        July 5, 2021                           October 25, 2021                          March 14, 2022
 Payment Plan due
 Payment Plan fee applied ($30)                        June 8, 2021                          September 14, 2021                          February 1, 2022
 Late fee applied ($50)                                 July 6, 2021                           October 26, 2021                          March 15, 2022

There will be a hold on registration if full payment is not received by the final due date. For more information regarding tuition, fees, billing, and payment and for
information regarding refunds for TOTAL withdrawal (zero credits for semester) please visit: www.stcloudstate.edu/srfs

                         FINANCIAL AID OFFICE                           Haven’t Yet Applied or Not Sure If You Should? We encourage all
                        Administrative Services 106                     students to apply for financial aid. You can still apply by
                             (320) 308-2047                             completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
                        www.stcloudstate.edu/srfs                       (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov. St. Cloud State’s school code is 002377.

                                                                        Transferring to St. Cloud State University? If you plan to apply for
    APPLYING FOR FINANCIAL AID                                          financial aid, remember to list St. Cloud State on your FAFSA
    You’ll apply for financial aid (grants, work study, and loans)      so we receive your results. St. Cloud State’s school code is 002377.
    using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)          Ask the Financial Aid Office at your current school (the
    at www.fafsa.gov. The FAFSA is available Oct. 1 each year.          one from which you are transferring) to cancel any pending
    Remember to file the FAFSA each year since things might             financial aid at that school.
    change in your family situation (income, number in college, or
    household size).                                                    TIP: A FAFSA on file with St. Cloud State is a way to hold your
                                                                        course registration.
    Already Applied for Aid? Your official award notification will be
    posted to your student e-Services when it’s complete. You’ll
    receive an email at your St. Cloud State account once it’s ready.
    Read the terms and conditions carefully and follow the steps
    to accept any aid that requires a response (e.g. work study and

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                                                                        HOW TO PAY MY BILL
                                                                        • Online: (recommended): www.stcloudstate.edu/srfs
                                                                          Master Card, VISA or e-check
                                                                           • Click on “e-Services Sign-in” on the top right
                                                                           • Key in StarID number and password
                                                                           • Click on “Bills and Payment” on the left
PAYING TUITION & FEES                                                   • By phone: 320-308-4012 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and
Tuition and fees must be paid in full three weeks after the start         4:00 p.m. -- Master Card, VISA, Discover or American Express.
of school to avoid a $30 payment plan fee. Your financial aid             Note: During peak periods, there may be a long hold due to the
will be applied to your account five business days after the first        high volume of calls.
class day and after the drop/add period.                                • In person: Administrative Services Building, Room 123 between
                                                                          the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
If you maintain a balance on your account after the final due           • Send check: SCSU Cashiers, 720 4th Ave S.,
date for the term, you will be prevented from registering for             St Cloud MN 56301-4498 (Please include your SCSU student
future semesters until your balance is paid.                              ID# when sending payment)

To secure your classes, you must do one of the following by the
5th day of the semester:                                                  DREAMers!
                                                                          DREAMers! St. Cloud State University supports
1. File a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)                DREAMers who are working to complete their college
   with St. Cloud State University. Once your FAFSA                       degree. We have dedicated staff members to help you take
   results have been received by SCSU, the cancellation for               advantage of the resources available to DREAMers.
   nonpayment requirement is met.                                         • Multicultural Academic Support Center
2. Make payment directly to St. Cloud State                                 221 Centennial Hall
   Select the option that best fits your situation (please                  320-308-3976
   include your TechID when sending in payment)                           • Financial Aid Office
    • Pay tuition and fees in full                                          106 Administrative Services
    • Pay $300 to hold your classes                                         320-308-2047
3. Sign up for NelNet e-Cashier payment plan
    Go to the Payment Plan link in your e-Service account under           More information available at the Minnesota Office of
    “Bills and Payment” to sign up for, or to manage, a current plan.     Higher Education at www.ohe.state.mn.us/MNDreamAct
    • There is a $30 charge collected by NelNet Business Solutions
    • Payment will be charged to your credit card or taken from           Contingent upon the current Administration.
        your checking or savings account on dates specified in your
        contract with NelNet Business Solutions
4. Be sure any third party authorization is on file with the
   Business Office
    • To verify authorization is on file with St. Cloud State, check
      your financial aid award file online through your e-Services
    • If it’s not on file, contact the sponsoring agency to send
      authorization to St. Cloud State
    • For additional questions, contact the Business Services
      Office at 320-308-4012

VETERANS: Those students receiving veteran educational
benefits must contact the Records and Registration Office and
make arrangements with the VA Certifying Officer.
                            Centennial Hall 366

    ADVISING AND STUDENT TRANSITIONS                                       WHO IS MY ADVISOR?
    Advising and Student Transitions assists all new students in           To learn who has been assigned to you as an academic advisor,
    making St. Cloud State University their new home and a place           go to stcloudstate.edu/advising and click on the “Look Up
    they will flourish. We teach students how to:                          Advisor” button at the top of the page. Get to know your
    • Register for classes, interpret their degree audit, use e-Services   advisor at stcloudstate.edu/advising/contactus.aspx
      and other online tools
    • Follow the Liberal Education Program
    • Navigate the University and where to seek help when needed           UNIVERSITY CATALOG
    • Create a graduation plan to achieve their goals
                                                                           At the online University Catalog at catalog.stcloudstate.edu you
    • Make decisions regarding major and minor programs
                                                                           can find:
    • Get involved and stay engaged in their academic career
                                                                           •   Major requirements
                                                                           •   Course descriptions
                                                                           •   Degree maps for majors
      STUDENT SUCCESS TEAMS                                                •   Liberal Education Program (LEP) requirements
      Every first-year student is assigned their very own Student
      Success Team. These teams are comprised of student                   GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
      service professionals who will assist you in choosing your           To graduate from St. Cloud State, students will need to
      classes, identifying your major, exploring your career               complete the following requirements:
      options and managing your finances. Your Success Team                • Earn a minimum of 120 credits with a minimum 30 credits in
      consists of:                                                           residency at St. Cloud State
      •   A professional academic advisor                                  • Earn at least 40 credits at the upper division level (courses
      •   A financial aid counselor                                          numbered 300- 499)
      •   A career counselor                                               • Complete a major*
      •   Community Directors (for those living on campus)                 • Complete the liberal education requirements (40 credits)
                                                                           • Complete three diversity courses. The diversity courses must
      In addition to the team members above you may also have                come from three different rubrics or academic areas.
      a staff member from the Center for International Studies             • Meet the GPA requirements of your major
                                                                           • Apply for graduation (recommended one semester prior to
      or Multicultural Student Services as a part of your team.
                                                                             graduation). Applications for graduation can be found online at

    WHAT IS AN ACADEMIC ADVISOR?                                           *Some majors require a minor or one year of the same foreign
    You are assigned an academic advisor to guide you in the               language.
    selection of courses and assist you on your path toward
    graduation. Students with less than 60 credits are assigned to
    a professional academic advisor from Advising and Student
    Transitions, the Business Advising Center, or University                   EAB’S NAVIGATE
    Honors Program depending on their major programs. Students                 EAB’s Navigate is a student success management
    will work with their professional academic advisor for one                 platform we use to keep track of our interactions with
    academic year before moving on to a faculty advisor in their               students. Students can also use this platform to look
    major program.                                                             up their Student Success Team members and schedule
                                                                               appointments with advisors, placement testing and
    Transfer students with 60 or more credits with a declared                  financial aid. Students will find log-in information under
    major will be assigned to a faculty advisor from their major               Make an Appointment with a Student Success Team
    program’s department after they complete their Huskies                     member here:
    Advising and Registration Day program.                                     www.stcloudstate.edu/advising/students/first-year.aspx

    Learn more about advising at www.stcloudstate.edu/advising
ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE STANDARDS                                                               STUDENT LIFE AND DEVELOPMENT
One important policy to keep in mind is the minimum                                                 Atwood Memorial Center 219
standards for satisfactory academic progress.                                                             320-308-3111
To maintain good academic standing you must maintain:                                                  sld@stcloudstate.edu
• At least a 2.00 cumulative GPA (grade point average)                                               www. stcloudstate.edu/sld
• A cumulative percentage of credits completed of 66.67 percent
• If you are not in good academic standing your financial aid
  eligibility could be affected.                                               SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION TRAINING
• Learn more about Satisfactory Academic Progress                              St. Cloud State University offers a welcoming campus environment
  and what constitutes a completed credit at                                   in which students can explore their academic, personal, and social
  www.stcloudstate.edu/srfs/policies/sap.aspx                                  goals while engaging positively with the Husky community. In
                                                                               support of this aspiration, all new students are required to complete
                                                                               the course: Sexual Violence Prevention Training.
                                                                               SVPT is a D2L course that addresses stalking, dating and domestic
           A+       4.0                A     4.0               A- 3.67         violence, and sexual assault. Shortly before the semester begins,
           B+ 3.33                    B      3.0               B- 2.67         instructions for the course will be sent to new students via their
           C+ 2.33                    C      2.0               C- 1.67         Huskynet account (St. Cloud State University email). Students are
                                                                               encouraged to complete the course prior to their arrival on campus.
           D+ 1.33                    D      1.0               D-     .67      By Minnesota State law, the course must be completed no later than
                                      F         0                              10 days into the semester.
        The GPA calculation used to determine satisfactory academic progress
                     is based only on St. Cloud State coursework.              The Women’s Center at (320) 308-5958 or womenscenter@
                                                                               stcloudstate.edu can provide assistance with the course. Learn
                                                                               more at www.stcloudstate.edu/sld/respect.aspx

STUDENT HANDBOOK / STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT                                     Students who do not complete this program will not be able to
Learn about your rights, responsibilities, privileges, policies,               register for courses the following semester.
and procedures you are expected to follow as a member of
the St. Cloud State community at www.stcloudstate.edu/

                         Administrative Services 118                   You can view your transfer credits on your Degree Audit
                              (320) 308-2111                           Report (DARs), which tracks how you are progressing toward
                         www.stcloudstate.edu/srfs                     completing your degree. Refer to page 12 for instructions on
                                                                       how to access your Degree Audit Report.

    RECORDS AND REGISTRATION                                           Your transfer credits may be marked “SEE DEPT” on your
    The Office of Records and Registration is your source for          degree audit if the transfer credits may be equivalent to a
    information about:                                                 course required for your major or minor but need further
    •   Student records/official transcripts                           review by the academic department.
    •   Enrollment and degree verifications
    •   Diplomas and graduation                                        Credit transfer questions?
    •   Course schedules and course registration
                                                                       If you have questions about how your credits have transferred
    •   Transfer credit evaluation
    •   Veterans educational benefits                                  or about the Degree Audit Report, submit an inquiry through
    •   Teacher licensure application processing                       the Transfer Review process. Login to e-Services. Click on the
    •   Degree Audit Reports                                           Transfer Review portal under “Academic Records.”

    TRANSFER CREDITS                                                   DEGREE AUDIT REPORT
    St. Cloud State University accepts a variety of credit for         The Degree Audit Reporting System (DARS) is an online
    prior credits earned at other institutions or at your high         program that provides progress-toward-degree information for
    school including: Advanced Placement (AP), College Level           students. The degree audit report for students will typically
    Examination Program (CLEP), Military Credits, and                  list liberal education requirements, credits taken at St. Cloud
    International Baccalaureate (IB) credits.                          State, and credits accepted in transfer. After acceptance to a
                                                                       major program of study, the degree audit report will indicate
    To earn credit, St. Cloud State must have an official transcript   the requirements needed to complete a degree program. For
    from the institution where you received your credit sent to the    instructions on how to access your Degree Audit Report, see p.
    Office of Records and Registration. If you have earned credits     12.
    at a Minnesota State institution, you can do this by completing
    the Minnesota State Electronic Transcript Evaluation
    Request form at www5.stcloudstate.edu/registrar/students/          REGISTRATION CODE/REGISTRATION WINDOW
    etranscriptrequest. St. Cloud State will review your credits and   Students do not need a registration code to register for their
    determine how they apply to your major or minor required           first semester, but will need an registration code from their
    curriculum or university electives.                                assigned advisor to register for any subsequent semesters.

                                                                       Students are assigned a registration window (specific day and
                                                                       time for registration) based on the amount of credits they have
                                                                       earned in transfer or directly from St. Cloud State. Students
                                                                       can find their assigned registration window by logging into
                                                                       e-Services. Students can take advantage of their registration
                                                                       window by obtaining their registration code from their
                                                                       assigned advisor prior to the registration period.

                          CAMPUS CARD                                              INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
                          Miller Center 102                                                 Miller Center 102 (Library)
                           (320) 308-1683                                                         (320) 308-7000
                    huskytech@stcloudstate.edu                                             huskytech@stcloudstate.edu
                   www.stcloudstate.edu/huskytech                                           www.stcloudstate.edu/its

The Campus Card is so much more than an ID card. You will
use this card to access:                                              What does my Student Technology Fee provide?
•   Secure doors on campus                                            A component of your tuition and fees, the Student Technology
•   University Library materials                                      Fee, provides funding for many of the computing and
•   Recreational facilities                                           technology services on campus including:
•   Campus sporting events and student performances                   • Five free versions of Microsoft Office per student. Access through
                                                                        Apps Anywhere
Other uses for the Campus Card include:                               • $8 in printing in on-campus labs per student each semester.
• Campus Cash – Store funds on your Campus Cash account that            Access with your Campus Card.
   can be used throughout campus                                      • Free Wi-Fi access across campus. Log in with your StarID and
• Husky Dining – Swipe your card at campus eateries to access           password.
   your Husky Bucks or Meal Plan. Students save by loading their
   card with money because they don’t pay sales tax.                  StarID
• Printing – Swipe your Campus Card at any on-campus printer.         Your StarID is an individual ID provided by the Minnesota
   We add $8 to your student print account each semester to get you   State system. Your StarID and password gives you access to:
   started                                                            •   Wi-Fi
• Riding the bus – Swipe your card to ride the Metro bus for free     •   Network file space
                                                                      •   Web space
                                                                      •   Academic coursework
EMERGENCY AND SAFETY INFORMATION                                      •   Technology-related resources in myHuskyNet
St. Cloud State has two safety-related notification systems.
Star Alert is an emergency notification system,                       MyHuskyNet (single-sign on)
while Safe @ St. Cloud, a mobile app, offers access to safety         MyHuskyNet is a student portal that can be accessed from the
resources you can use throughout your student career.                 top of any SCSU webpage. Once you login with your StarID
                                                                      and password you will find links to resources such as:
Star Alert                                                            •   St. Cloud State Email
Star Alert is a free emergency notification system that               •   D2L Brightspace
sends you notices by text and email about campus-related              •   Personal File/Web Space
emergencies and weather closings. You will be automatically           •   E-Services
enrolled in Star Alert through your official St. Cloud State          •   Apps Anywhere – several different applications available for free
                                                                          to all students including the Microsoft Office suite
email and cell phone number on file. You can add additional
cellphone numbers or email addresses, including those of
                                                                      D2L Brightspace
family members, through your e-Services account.
                                                                      Many of your classes will make use of D2L Brightspace,
Learn more about Star Alert at
                                                                      a web-based learning management system where you may:
                                                                      •   Access course content
                                                                      •   Upload assignments
Safe @ St. Cloud                                                      •   Take quizzes
A mobile app that includes easy access to campus safety               •   Participate in discussions
resources, quick-call and GPS features that connect you               •   Listen to course lectures
to the Public Safety’s mobile blue light, safety escorts and
friend walk services. Safety messages are also sent out
via the app. Download Safe @ St. Cloud on IOS or Android.
     St. Cloud State Email                                               PROTECTING YOUR ST. CLOUD STATE UNIVERSITY EMAIL/OFFICE 365
     Your St. Cloud State email is the official form of                  ACCOUNT WITH MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION
     communication for the University. You can access your email
     from the myHuskynet portal login, at the top of any SCSU             Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) requires more than
     webpage. Check your email regularly starting now, so that            one method of verifying your identity to confirm that it
     you don’t miss important announcements and information               is really you logging into your SCSU email/Office 365
     regarding:                                                           account. This protects you and our SCSU community by
     •     Financial Aid                                                  preventing cybercriminals from accessing your account.
     •     Course registration                                            Multi-factor authentication for your SCSU email/Office
     •     Housing information                                            365 account will confirm your identity by verifying:
     •     Public Safety and campus security                              • Something you know (your username & password)
     •     Student Government elections                                   • Something you have (a trusted device – such as a
     •     Health Services
                                                                               mobile phone).
     •     Technology
     •     And more!
                                                                          Instructions for setting up multi-factor authentication
         INSTRUCTIONS FOR STUDENTS ACCESSING MICROSOFT OFFICE 365         when you are automatically prompted to enroll:
                                                                          1. Identify which devices/verification methods you
          To log into Office 365:                                             will use for your multi-factor authentication, and
          1. Go to                                                            keep those devices nearby so you can authenticate as
              https://login.microsoftonline.com/?whr=minnstate.edu            needed.
          2. Log in with your StarID@go.minnstate.edu username                    o It is recommended to set up at least two different
              and your StarID password                                              verification methods and, if at all possible, two
                                                                                    different devices.
          More information about Office 365 can be found on St.           2. Log into Office 365 online at
          Cloud State University’s website:                                   https://login.microsoftonline.com/?whr=minnstate.edu
          www.stcloudstate.edu/its/office-365/                                    o Students use your StarID@go.minnstate.edu and
                                                                                    StarID password
                                                                          3. If you are prompted with a screen that says “More
         INSTRUCTIONS TO ACCESS E-SERVICES,                                   Information Required”, click on the blue “Next”
         ST. CLOUD STATE’S COURSE REGISTRATION SYSTEM                         button. This should launch a tool called the “MFA
         1. Go to the St. Cloud State homepage:                               Setup Wizard”. Follow the prompts that appear to
             www.stcloudstate.edu                                             complete your enrollment.
         2. Click on the “myHuskyNet” link at the top of the page
         3. Enter your StarID and password                                More detailed instructions for multi-factor authentication
         4. Click “e-Services” on left menu                               enrollment and updates can be found on the SCSU
                                                                          Knowledge Base:
     …-Services                                                           KB/?CategoryID=21514
     In order to register for courses, view academic records and
     conduct university business, St. Cloud State, as part of the         More information about Office 365 multi-factor
     Minnesota State system, uses e-Services to provide a one-stop        authentication as a service can be found on the SCSU
     service experience for students. Features include:                   website: www.stcloudstate.edu/its/office-365/mfa.aspx
     • Account Management: update your contact information and opt-
       in to texting
     • Courses and Registration: register, drop/withdraw, or view
                                                                          For any questions or issues with multi-factor authentication,
       courses                                                            please contact our HuskyTech/IT department. Contact
     • Academic Records: find your unofficial transcript, your degree     information for HuskyTech can be found online at www.
       audit portal, and transfer review.                                 stcloudstate.edu/its/huskytech/default.aspx
     • Financial Aid: view your financial aid award or what next steps
       you need to complete in the financial aid process.
     • Housing and Dining
     • Bills and Payment: view your bill and make an online payment
     • Student Employment: where you can log your hours if you work
       on campus


 www.stcloudstate.edu/srfs/registration/guide.aspx            www.stcloudstate.edu/srfs/registration/guide.aspx
 1. In e-Services, click “Courses & Registration” on the      1. In e-Services, click “Courses & Registration” on the
     left panel                                                  left panel
 2. Click “Search for a Course”                               2. Click “View/Modify Schedule”
 3. Change “Semester” to appropriate term of registration     3. Change semester if necessary
 4. Change “Subject” to the subject of the course being       4. Click on “X” to the left of course from which you
     searched                                                    would like to drop/withdraw
 5. Enter the 3-digit Course Number to the right of           5. Enter your StarID password in the box
     “Subject”                                                6. Click on “Drop/Withdraw” in blue box
 6. Click the “Search” button                                 7. A confirmation showing “Drop/Withdraw Successful”
 7. Click the Add (+) symbol for the desired course              will appear
 8. The course will then be added to your Wish List           8. NOTE: International students and student athletes
 9. Click “Review My Plan”                                       are strongly encouraged to discuss withdrawal options
 10. Click the box(es) next to the course ID#                    with an advisor.
 11. Click “Select Course(s) to proceed to Register”
 12. Enter your StarID password in the box
 13. Click “Register” (a confirmation screen will appear,    HOW TO ACCESS YOUR DEGREE AUDIT REPORT (DARS)
     indicating you are registered for the course)
 14. Repeat steps 1-13 to register for more courses           www.stcloudstate.edu/srfs/registration/guide.aspx
                                                              1. In e-Services, click on “Academic Records” on the left
 NOTE: Under “Search for a Course” you can click              2. Click on “Degree Audit” on the left
 “Expand/Collapse for Advanced Search” to narrow your         3. Click on “Request a Degree Audit” in the middle of
 course search by specific goal areas, times, days, etc.         the page
 To use the Advanced Search feature the subject and course    4. Log in again with your Star ID and password
 number fields must be blank                                  5. Click on “Run Declared Program” and, once
                                                                 processed, “View Audit” under the “View” column

 If you have questions about your schedule or you would       Remain diligent in checking the online registration
 like to change your schedule after your Advising &           system for open seats. Students can make changes to their
 Registration Day, please do not hesitate to contact us       schedules through several days into the semester, so an
 at Advising & Student Transitions. You can access            opening could occur at any time during that period.
 your schedule after your Advising Day by signing into
 e-Services.                                                  Check e-Services for the “Add to Wait List” feature.
                                                              Students may add themselves to an electronic wait list for
 You may also call the Office of Records & Registration at    some courses in e-Services.
 (320) 308-2111 or email registrar@stcloudstate.edu with
 any questions about navigating e-Services.                   Try to contact the professor in person, by stopping by their
                                                              office, by phone, or by e-mail to politely inquire whether
 International students and student athletes are strongly     they anticipate being able to allow any additional students
 encouraged to discuss withdrawal options with an advisor.    into the class. This may not be possible, but the professor
                                                              may be able to offer other suggestions.

               MONDAY                           TUESDAY                  WEDNESDAY                         THURSDAY                       FRIDAY
               8-9 a.m.                          8-9 a.m.                  8-9 a.m.                         8-9 a.m.                      8-9 a.m.

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     My courses help meet which requirements? *Note* Some courses may fufill more than one requirement
                 Liberal Education Courses                              Major Courses                                       Elective Courses

The SCSU Liberal Education Program is the official general education program at SCSU. Completion of the SCSU
Liberal Education Program is a component of a baccalaureate degree and a requirement for graduation.

The courses listed here may change periodically. Check the online catalog for the most current list.
• Students must complete all ten goals and achieve a total of at least 40 credits in Liberal Education
• Number superscripts above the course indicate another goal to which the course may be applied.
• Students must complete 3 Diversity courses from different rubrics or academic areas, which are bold/underlined. One
  Diversity course must be an approved Racial Issues Graduation Requirement (RIGR) course (see Goal 7 for RIGR courses).
• The University Honors Program provides an alternative to the SCSU liberal education program.
• All courses are 3 credits unless otherwise stated.

REQUIREMENTS:                                     GOAL 3: Natural Sciences                    GEOG 272* Physical Geography
                                                  (Minimum of 2 courses, no more than 4       HLTH 210 Principles of Nutrition
GOAL 1: Communication                             credits from one rubric or academic area.
                                                                                              PHYS 101 Famous People of Science
(2 courses) Select one of the following:          Include one laboratory course,
                                                  indicated with *)                           PHYS 103* Concepts in Physics
ART 198     Research and AnalyticalWriting in
            Art (4 cr.)                           AHS 104* Introduction to Atmospheric        PHYS 20810 Energy and Environment
ENGL 190 Introduction to Rhetorical and                    Science                            PHYS 231* General Physics I (4 cr.)
         AnalyticalWriting: Supplemental          AHS 105* The Water Environment              PHYS 232* General Physics II (4 cr.)
         (4 cr.)                                  AHS 10610 Natural Hazards and Human         PHYS 234* Classical Physics I (5 cr.)
ENGL 191 Introduction to Rhetorical and                     Society
                                                                                              PHYS 235* Classical Physics II (5 cr.)
         Analytical Writing (4 cr.)               AHS 109* Introduction to Environmental
ENGL 198 Analytical and Research Writing in                Geology                            GOAL 4: Mathematical/Logical Reasoning
         the Humanities (4 cr.)                   AHS 220* Physical Geology Systems (4 cr.)   (1 course)
ENGL 291 Introduction to Analytical and           AHS 230* Introduction to Physical
         Rhetorical Writing (should be                                                        CSCI 200    Elements of Computing
                                                           Hydrology (4 cr.)
         taken only in consultation with an                                                   ECON 110 Personal Finance
         advisor) (2 cr.)                         AHS 260* Introductory Meteorology (4 cr.)            (same as MATH 110)
TH 198      Rhetorical and Analytical Writing     ANTH 140 Human Origins                      MATH 103 Mathematical Thinking
            for Theatre (4 cr.)                   ASTR 105 Astrobiology                                (same as MATH 193)
Students are also required to complete:           ASTR 106* Concepts of the Solar System      MATH 110 Personal Finance
                                                                                                       (same as ECON 110)
CMST 192 Introduction to Communication            ASTR 1072 Concepts of Stars and the
         Studies (3 cr.)                                    Universe                          MATH 112 College Algebra
                                                  ASTR 120* Archaeoastronomy
                                                             8                                MATH 113 Trigonometry
GOAL 2: Critical Thinking                         ASTR 205* General Astronomy (4 cr.)         MATH 115 Precalculus (5 cr.)
(1 course)
                                                  BIOL 101*10 Environment and Society         MATH 193 Mathematical Thinking
ASTR 1073 Concepts of Stars and the                                                                    (same as MATH 103)
          Universe                                BIOL 102*10 The Living World
                                                                                              MATH 196 Finite Mathematics
CMST 3066 Rhetoric in Popular Culture             BIOL 103* Human Biology
                                                                                              MATH 201 Elements of Mathematics I
CMST 318 Argumentation and Advocacy               BIOL 104* Human Disorders
                                                                                              MATH 211 Survey of Calculus I
ENGL 3066 Rhetoric in Popular Culture             BIOL 106       Cultural Biology
                                                                                              MATH 221 Calculus I (4 cr.)
ENVE 20110 Introduction to Environmental          BIOL 107* Biology of Women
                                                                                              MATH 222 Calculus II (4 cr.)
           Engineering                            BIOL 152*10 Organismal Diversity (4 cr.)
                                                                                              PHIL 2232 Elementary Symbolic Logic
HLTH 250 Consumer Health                          CHEM 101 Understanding Chemistry
                                                                                              STAT 103    Statistical Thinking
LIB 280     Critical Thinking in Academic         CHEM 10510 Chemistry and the Environment
                                                                                                          (same as STAT 193)
            Research                              CHEM 151* General, Organic, Biological
                                                                                              STAT 193    Statistical Thinking
PHIL 194    Critical Reasoning                              Chemistry (5 cr.)
                                                                                                          (same as STAT 103)
PHIL 2234 Elementary Symbolic Logic               CHEM 160* Preparatory Chemistry (4 cr.)
                                                                                              STAT 219    Statistics for the Social Sciences
POL 191     Introduction to Political and Legal   CHEM 207* Forensic Science
                                                                                              STAT 239    Statistics for the Biological and
            Reasoning                             CHEM 210* General Chemistry 1 (4 cr.)                   Physical Sciences
POL 192     Critical Reasoning: Issues and        CHEM 211* General Chemistry 2 (4 cr.)
            Events in American Politics
                                                  CHEM 307* Advanced Forensic Science

     GOAL 5: History and the Social                   GEOG 394 Urban Planning                          ART 130       Studio Art for Non-Majors
     and Behavioral Sciences                                   (Same as CMTY 394)                      ART 131   8
                                                                                                                     Introduction to the Visual Arts of
     (2 courses, no more than 4 credits from one      GERO 208 Introduction to Gerontology                           the World
     rubric or academic area)
                                                      GERO 405 Aging and Diversity                     ART 2308      Art History Survey I
     AFST 2508 Introduction to African Studies        GERO 415 Women and Aging                         ART 2315      Art History Survey II
     ANTH 1018 Introduction to Anthropology           GERO 4708 Global Aging                           ART 333       Art and Literature
     ANTH 130 Introduction to Prehistoric             GWS 201        Introduction to Women’s Studies   ART 433   8
                                                                                                                     Asian Art History
                                                      HIST 101  8
                                                                     Studies in World History          ART 434   8
                                                                                                                     African Art History
     ANTH 188 Indians of the Americas
                                                      HIST 106   8
                                                                     Historical Studies                ART 435   8
                                                                                                                     Art History of the Americas
     ANTH 198 Anthropology of Modern American
              Life                                    HIST 109   7
                                                                     Race in America (RIGR)            ART 490   8
                                                                                                                     Folk, Ethnic, and Indigenous Art
     ANTH 250 Introductory Cultural
                   8                                  HIST 1108 Western Civilization I: Antiquity to   CMST 210 Performance and Everyday Life
              Anthropology                                      1500                                   CMST 211 Public Speaking
     ART 231   6
                       Art History Survey II          HIST 1118 Western Civilization II:               CMST 3062 Rhetoric in Popular Culture
     BRIT 250          Contemporary Britain                                                            CMST 316 Speech Writing
                                                      HIST 140       America to 1865
     CFS 220           Introduction to Parents and                                                     CSD 171       American Sign Language
                       Children                       HIST 1417 United States Since 1865
                                                                                                       ENGL 184 Introduction to Literature
     CJS 111           Crime and Justice in America   HIST 1508 Twentieth Century World
                                                                                                       ENGL 201 Classics of Literature
     CMST 220 Interpersonal Communication             HIST 1959 Democratic Citizenship
                                                                                                       ENGL 202 Myth, Legend, and Sacred
     CMTY 2008 Cities, Suburbs, and Small Towns       HIST 336       Early Modern England                       Literatures
     CMTY 2227 Diversity in the American              HIST 3527 American Indian History                ENGL 203 Gender Issues in Literature
               Experience (RIGR)                      HIST 3587 Immigration, Race and Ethnicity        ENGL 215 American Indian Literature
     CMTY 394 Urban Planning                          HLTH 215 Personal and Community Health
              (Same as GEOG 394)                                                                       ENGL 2167 African American Literature (RIGR)
                                                      LAST 2508 Introduction to Latin America          ENGL 280 Understanding Video Games
     CPSY 101 Applying Psychology
              (Same as CEEP 101)                      POL 1119       American National Government      ENGL 305 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual,
     CPSY 262 Human Growth and Development            PSY 115        Introduction to Psychology                 Transgender Lit (4 cr.)

     CPSY 330 Principles of Behavior                  PSY 225        Psychology of Women               ENGL 3062 Rhetoric in Popular Culture

     CSD 1307 Introduction to Human                   PSY 22810 Conservation Psychology                ETHS 301 Special Topics in American Indian
              Communication Disorders                 PSY 240        Developmental Psychology                   Studies

     EAST 250 Introduction to East Asia
                   8                                  SOC 111   9
                                                                     Social Problems                   ETHS 307 Chicano/a Cultural Expressions

     ECON 197 Economics for Everyday Life             SOC 160        Principles of Sociology           ETHS 3455 Asian Pacific Americans in
                                                                                                                 Popular Culture
     ECON 201 Introduction to Economics               SOC 20010 Environmental Sociology
                                                                                                       FREN 1018 Elementary French I (4 cr.)
     ECON 205 Principles of Macroeconomics            SOC 211        Crime Myths and Media
                                                                                                       FREN 1028 Elementary French II (4 cr.)
     ECON 206 Principles of Microeconomics            SOC 2738       Sociology of Gender
                                                                                                       FREN 1108 Introduction to French Culture
     ECON 381 Economics of Crime and Justice          SOC 2768       Families and Globalization
                                                                                                       FREN 2018 Intermediate French I (4 cr.)
     ETHS 312 American Indian Women’s Lives           SPED 203 Exceptionalities and Human
                                                               Diversity                               FREN 2028 Intermediate French II (4 cr.)
     ETHS 335 Asian Pacific American Women
                                                      TH 2706        American Musical Theatre          FS 175        Film and Culture
     ETHS 3456 Asian Pacific Americans in
               Popular Culture                                                                         FS 260        Art of Film
                                                      GOAL 6: Humanities and Fine Arts                 FS 270        Digital Filmmaking (4 cr.)
     ETHS 410 Contemporary American Indian
              Issues                                  (2 courses, with no more than 4 credits from     GEOG 270 Introduction to Cultural
                                                      one rubric or academic area)                              Geography
     ETHS 425 Contemporary Asian Pacific
              American Issues                         ART 101        Foundation Drawing I:             GER 1018      Elementary German I (4 cr.)
     ETS 182   8
                       Modern Technology and                                                           GER 102   8
                                                                                                                     Elementary German II (4 cr.)
                       Civilization                   ART 102        2-D Design and Color
                                                                                                       GER 1108      Introduction to German Culture
     ETS 1838          Technology and Third World     ART 103        Foundation Drawing II: Form and
                                                                                                       GER 201   8
                                                                                                                     Intermediate German I (4 cr.)
                       Development                                   Content
                                                                                                       GER 202   8
                                                                                                                     Intermediate German II (4 cr.)
     ETS 37510 Society and the Environment            ART 104        3-D Design
                                                                                                       GWS 330       Gender and Popular Culture
     GEOG 271 Economic Geography                      ART 105        Computer Studio
                                                                                                       HIST 136      Medieval English Society

HUMS 250 Introduction to the Humanities          RUSS 2028 Intermediate Russian II (4 cr.)                 HURL 102 Human Relations and Race (RIGR)
IM 260        Exploring Digital Media            SPAN 1018 Elementary Spanish I (4 cr.)                    JWST 180 Anti-Semitism in America
JPN 1018      Elementary Japanese I (4 cr.)      SPAN 1028 Elementary Spanish II (4 cr.)                   POL 310           U.S. Politics of Race, Ethnicity,
                                                                                                                             and Immigration (RIGR)
JPN 1028      Elementary Japanese II (4 cr.)     SPAN 1038 Accelerated Spanish for High
                                                           Beginners (4 cr.)                               REL 180           Religion: Race and Racism
JPN 2018      Intermediate Japanese I (4 cr.)
                                                 SPAN 110 Introduction to Spanish-Speaking
                                                                  8                                        SOC 268           Race and Ethnicity (RIGR)
JPN 2028      Intermediate Japanese II (4 cr.)
LC 1018       Elementary Foreign Language I                                                                GOAL 8: Global Perspective
              (Topical) (4 cr.)                  SPAN 2018 Intermediate Spanish I (4 cr.)
                                                                                                           (1 course)
LC 1028       Elementary Foreign Language II     SPAN 2028 Intermediate Spanish II (4 cr.)
                                                                                                           AFST 2505 Introduction to African Studies
              (Topical) (4 cr.)                  TH 148               Acting for Everyone
                                                                                                           ANTH 1015 Introduction to Anthropology
LC 2018       Intermediate Foreign Language I    TH 231               Introduction to Theatre
              (Topical) (4 cr.)                                                                            ANTH 2505 Introductory Cultural
                                                 TH 242               Active Collaboration
LC 2028       Intermediate Foreign Language II   TH 258               Practical Creativity
              (Topical) (4 cr.)                                                                            ART 1316          Introduction to the Visual Arts of
                                                 TH 270   5
                                                                      American Musical Theatre                               the World
MCOM 146 American Television and Cultural
         Diversity                                                                                         ART 2306          Art History Survey I
                                                 GOAL 7: Human Diversity
MCOM 200 Introduction to Mass                                                                              ART 433   6
                                                                                                                             Asian Art History
                                                 (1 course)
         Communications                                                                                    ART 434   6
                                                                                                                             African Art History
MCOM 275 Documentaries of the Holocaust          CMTY 2225 Diversity in the American
                                                           Experience (RIGR)                               ART 435   6
                                                                                                                             Art History of the Americas
MUSM 100 Introduction to Musical Concepts                                                                  ART 4906          Folk, Ethnic, and Indigenous Art
                                                 CPSY 384 Cultural Competence in Human
MUSM 123 Experiencing Live Music                          Services (RIGR)                                  ASTR 120* Archaeoastronomy

MUSM 1258 Music in World Culture                 CSD 130      5
                                                                      Introduction to Human                BLAW 230 Consumer and Personal Law
MUSM 126 History of Rock and Roll Music                               Communication Disorders
                                                                                                           BRIT 101          Introduction to British Cultural
MUSM 229 Jazz History                            ENGL 2166 African American Literature                                       Experience (1 cr.)
MUSP                                                                                                       BRIT 201          Reflections on British Cultural
110-448       Private Lessons (1-3 cr.)          ETHS 111 Race in America (RIGR)                                             Experience (2 cr.)
MUSP 1598 World Drumming Group (1 cr.)           ETHS 201 Introduction to Ethnic Studies                   CFS 260           Children in a Changing World
MUSP                                                                                                       CMST 330 Intercultural Communication
155-367       Ensembles (1 cr.)                  ETHS 205 Introduction to Chicano/a Studies
                                                                                                           CMTY 2005 Cities, Suburbs, and Small Towns
MUSP 358 Chamber Singers (1 cr.)                                                                           CSD 230           Global Perspectives on
                                                 ETHS 210 Intro to American Indian Studies
PHIL 1118 Multicultural Philosophy                                                                                           Communication Disorders
PHIL 112      Philosophical Explorations                                                                   EAST 2505 Introduction to East Asia
                                                 ETHS 215 Intro to Asian American Studies
PHIL 116      Elementary Topics in Philosophy             (RIGR)                                           ECON 350 Economics of Developing
              (1-3 cr.)                                                                                             Countries
                                                 ETHS 220 Intro to African American Studies
PHIL 2118 Philosophy and Feminism                         (RIGR)                                           ENTR 200 Principles of Entrepreneurship
PHIL 2129 Moral Problems and Theories            ETHS 308 African American Cultural                        ETS 1825          Modern Technology and
                                                          Experience                                                         Civilization
PHIL 221      Philosophy of Religion
                                                 ETHS 310 American Indians in the Social                   ETS 1835          Technology and Third World
PHIL 222      Existentialism
                                                          Science Curriculum (RIGR)                                          Development
PHIL 251      History of Western Philosophy I
                                                 ETHS 408 Major Works in African American                  ETS 18510 Energy Resources and Issues
PHIL 252      History of Western Philosophy II            Studies Curriculum                               FREN 1016 Elementary French I (4 cr.)
REL 100   8
              World Religions                    ETHS 470 The Black Community (RIGR)                       FREN 1026 Elementary French II (4 cr.)
REL 150       Introduction of the Old            GWS 220              Race and Gender in the U.S. (RIGR)   FREN 1106 Introduction to French Culture
              Testament/Hebrew Bible
                                                 HIST 109     5
                                                                      Race in America (RIGR)               FREN 2016 Intermediate French I (4 cr.)
REL 2609      Comparative Religious Ethics
                                                 HIST 140     5
                                                                      America to 1865                      FREN 2026 Intermediate French II (4 cr.)
RUSS 1018 Elementary Russian I (4 cr.)
                                                 HIST 141     5
                                                                      United States Since 1865             GEOG 111 Introduction to Global Geography
RUSS 1028 Elementary Russian II (4 cr.)
                                                 HIST 3525 American Indian History                         GER 1016          Elementary German I (4 cr.)
RUSS 1108 Introduction to Russian Culture
                                                 HIST 358     5
                                                                      Immigration, Race, and Ethnicity     GER 102   6
                                                                                                                             Elementary German II (4 cr.)
RUSS 2018 Intermediate Russian I (4 cr.)
                                                 HIST 420             Colonial North America               GER 110   6
                                                                                                                             Introduction to German Culture

     GER 2016       Intermediate German I (4 cr.)          POL 334           Middle East Government and         PHIL 2126 Moral Problems and Theories
     GER 2026 Intermediate German II (4 cr.)                                 Politics                           PHIL 21310 Environmental Ethics
     GERO 4705 Global Aging                                POL 335           African Government and Politics    PHIL 3278 Global Justice
     GLST 1959 Global Society and Citizenship              POL 337           Emerging Political Issues in the   PHIL 328      Bioethics
                                                                             Western World
     GWS 340        Global Feminisms                                                                            PHIL 329      Ethics in Professional
                                                           POL 434           Politics of the Arab Peninsula                   Communication
     GWS 4309 Feminist Transformative
              Leadership                                   POL 436           Southeast Asian Governments        PHIL 4848 Global Business Ethics
                                                                             and Politics
     HIST 1015 Studies in World History                                                                         POL 1115 American National Government
                                                           REL 1006          World Religions
     HIST 106   5
                    Historical Studies                                                                          POL 320       Women in Politics
                                                           REL 225           Asian Religions
     HIST 110  5
                    Western Civilization I: Antiquity to                                                        REL 201       Religious Pluralism
                    1500                                   RUSS 1016 Elementary Russian I (4 cr.)
                                                                                                                REL 2606      Comparative Religious Ethics
     HIST 1115 Western Civilization II:                    RUSS 1026 Elementary Russian II (4 cr.)
                                                                                                                SOC 1115      Social Problems
               1500-Present                                RUSS 1106 Introduction to Russian Culture
                                                                                                                SW 195        Social Welfare and Democratic
     HIST 1505 Twentieth Century World                     RUSS 2016 Intermediate Russian I (4 cr.)                           Citizenship
     HTSM 111 Introduction to Hospitality and              RUSS 2026 Intermediate Russian II (4 cr.)
              Tourism                                      SOC 2735          Sociology of Gender                GOAL 10: People and the Environment
     HTSM 215 Geography of Tourism                         SOC 276   5
                                                                             Families and Globalization         (1 course)
     HURL 30310 Global Social and Environmental            SPAN 100 Spanish for Health Care                     AHS 1063      Natural Hazards and Human
                Justice                                             Professionals                                             Society
     IM 204         Research Strategies in a Changing      SPAN 1016 Elementary Spanish I (4 cr.)               ANTH 252 Human Ecology
                                                           SPAN 1026 Elementary Spanish II (4 cr.)              BIOL 101*3 Environment and Society
     JPN 1016       Elementary Japanese I (4 cr.)
                                                           SPAN 1036 Accelerated Spanish for High               BIOL 102*3 The Living World
     JPN 1026       Elementary Japanese II (4 cr.)                   Beginners (4 cr.)                          BIOL 152*3 Organismal Diversity (4 cr.)
     JPN 2016       Intermediate Japanese I (4 cr.)        SPAN 110 Introduction to Spanish-Speaking
                                                                                                                CHEM 1053 Chemistry and the Environment
     JPN 2026       Intermediate Japanese II (4 cr.)                Cultures
                                                                                                                ENVE 2012 Introduction to Environmental
     LAST 2505 Introduction to Latin America               SPAN 2016 Intermediate Spanish I (4 cr.)                       Engineering
     LC 1016        Elementary Foreign Language I          SPAN 2026 Intermediate Spanish II (4 cr.)            ETS 1858      Energy Resources and Issues
                    (Topical) (4 cr.)
                                                                                                                ETS 260       Introduction to Environmental
     LC 1026        Elementary Foreign Language II         GOAL 9: Ethical and Civic Responsibility                           Studies
                    (Topical) (4 cr.)                      (1 course)
                                                                                                                ETS 363       Resource Management
     LC 2016        Intermediate Foreign Language I        BLAW 235 Legal, Ethical, and Global
                    (Topical) (4 cr.)                                                                           ETS 375  5
                                                                                                                              Society and the Environment
                                                                    Environment of Business
     LC 2026        Intermediate Foreign Language II                                                            GEOG 106 People and the Planet
                                                           CMTY 195 Community and Democratic
                    (Topical) (4 cr.)                               Citizenship                                 GEOG 372 Conservation of World Resources
     LIB 290        Social Media in a Global Context       ECE 101           Introduction to the Engineering    HLTH 482 Environmental Health
     MCOM 218 Peace for Our Planet                                           Profession (Same as GENG101)       HURL 3038 Global Social and Environmental
     MGMT 260 Principles of International                  ECON 195 Economics and Democratic                              Justice
              Business                                              Citizenship                                 PHIL 2139 Environmental Ethics
     MKTG 100 Contemporary Business Concepts               GENG 101 Ethics and the Engineering                  PHYS 2083 Energy and Environment
                                                                    Profession (Same as ECE 101)
     MUSM 1256 Music in World Culture                                                                           POL 453       Global Environment Politics and
                                                           GENG 103 Engineering Ethics, (2 cr.)                               Policies
     MUSP 1596 World Drumming Group (1 cr.)
                                                           GERO 420 Ethics in Gerontology and                   PSY 2285      Conservation Psychology
     PHIL 1116 Multicultural Philosophy                             Geriatrics
     PHIL 2116 Philosophy and Feminism                                                                          SOC 200   5
                                                                                                                              Environmental Sociology
                                                           GLST 1958 Global Society and Citizenship
     PHIL 3279 Global Justice                              GWS 4308 Feminist Transformative
     PHIL 484   9
                    Global Business Ethics                          Leadership
     POL 101        Political Ideas and Institutions       HIST 1955 Democratic Citizenship
     POL 251        Introduction to World Politics         HURL 201 Non-Oppressive Relationships I
     POL 333        Latin American Government and          LC 445            Service Learning Experience (2-4
                    Politics                                                 cr.)
                                        ACCT   Accounting                                  Education
  ADDITIONAL DIVERSITY COURSES:         AFST   African Studies                        HUMS Humanities
                                        AHS    Atmospheric & Hydrologic Sciences      HURL Human Relations & Multicultural
  HURL 206 Understanding Oppression
                                        ANTH   Anthropology                                Education
                                        ART    Art                                    IM   Information Media
  HURL 497 Human Relations for          ASTR   Astronomy                              INTL International Studies
           Teachers I                   BIOL   Biological Sciences                    IS   Information Systems
  HURL 498 Human Relations for          BLAW   Business Law                           JPN  Japanese
           Teachers II (1 cr.)          BMB    Biochemistry & Molecular Biology       JWST Jewish Studies
  PESS 125 Social Dance                 BRIT   British Studies                        LAST Latin American Studies
                                        CFS    Child & Family Studies                 LC   Languages and Cultures
                                        CHEM   Chemistry                              LIB  Learning Resources & Services
                                        CJS    Criminal Justice Studies               MCOM Mass Communications
                                        CMST   Communication Studies                  MATH Mathematics
STUDENTS TRANSFERRING                   CMTY   Community Studies                      MILS Military Science
IN COLLEGE CREDITS                      CNA    Computer Networking & Applications     MGMT Management
St. Cloud State also accepts the        COLL   College Experience                     MKTG Marketing & Business Law
completed Minnesota Transfer            CPSY   Community Psychology                   MLS  Medical Laboratory Science
Curriculum (MnTC) as fulfilling the     CSCI   Computer Science                       MME Mechanical & Manufacturing
St. Cloud State Liberal Education       CSD    Communication Sciences & Disorders          Engineering
                                        DANC   Dance                                  MUSE Music Education
Program, including diversity
                                        EAP    English for Academic Purposes          MUSM Music Musicianship
requirements.                           EAST   East Asian Studies                     MUSP Music Performance
                                        ECE    Electrical & Computer Engineering      NMDT Nuclear Medicine Technology
Students with a partially completed     ECON   Economics                              NURS Nursing
MnTC are not required to repeat         ED     Education (Teacher Development)        PESS Physical Education Sport Science
any goals they have already fulfilled   ENGL   English                                PHIL Philosophy
at another Minnesota State College      ENGR   Engineering Science                    PHYS Physics
or University, and will be allowed to   ENTR   Entrepreneurship                       POL  Political Science
select from the course list above to    ENVE   Environmental Engineering              PSY  Psychology
complete the remaining ten MnTC         ETHS   Ethnic Studies                         RADT Radiologic Technology
                                        ETS    Environmental & Technolgical Studies   REC  Recreation
                                        FIRE   Finance, Insurance & Real Estate       REL  Religious Studies
                                        FREN   French                                 RUSS Russian
Students with 20 or more transfer       FS     Film Studies                           SCI  Science
credits in Liberal Education will       GENG   General Engineering                    SE   Software Engineering
be required to complete fewer than      GEOG   Geography                              SHHS School of Health & Human Services
three Diversity courses. For more       GER    German                                 SOC  Sociology
information, see your Degree Audit      GERO   Gerontology                            SOTA School of the Arts
Report or contact Advising and          GLST   Global Studies                         SPAN Spanish
Student Transitions.                    GWS    Gender & Women’s Studies               SPED Special Education
                                        HBS    Herberger Business School              SST  Social Studies
                                        HIST   History                                STAT Statistics
                                        HLTH   Health                                 STEM Science, Technology, Engineering, &
                                        HONS   Honors Program                              Math Education
                                        HTSM   Hospitality & Tourism Program          SW   Social Work
                                        HPE    Health Education & Physical            TH   Theatre

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