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Professional Studies Major

General Education Courses (45-46 credits)

Department Course Number Credits Course Title
___ ___ 3 One course to be selected from art, music, or theatre
___ ___ 3

One course to be selected from fine arts (art, music, theatre), language arts (literature, writing, Spanish, language), communication (film, photography, speech), ABUS ___ , ACRJ 406, ACRJ 409

___ ___ 7-8 Two courses to be selected from biology, chemistry, geology, physics or other approved discipline with laboratory experience
___ ___ 6

Two courses to be selected from economics, geography, political science, psychology or sociology (two disciplines must be represented)

BMS 105 3 Introduction to the New Testament
or BMS 106, Introduction to the Old Testament
CSC 105 3 Introduction to Computers
or ABDA 105, Business Systems Applications
ENG 101 3 College Composition I
ENG 102 3 College Composition II
ENG ___ 3 Literature course
HIS ___ 3 History course
or ACRJ 217, American Policing
LSK 101 1 Wellness
MAT 106 3 Beginning Algebra
PHL ___ 3

Philosophy course
or ACRJ 409, Current Issues in Criminal Justice

SLR 105 1 Service Learning

Required Courses (30 credits)

Guidelines for the major:

  • Minimum credits for the major is 54.0 (from two or more disciplines)
  • No more than two-thirds of the required courses may be in one discipline
  • Minimum credits from Waynesburg-instructed, upper-level courses (i.e., 300-, 400-level).
Department Course Number Credits Course Title
PST 499 3 Capstone Project

Electives (23-24 credits)

This program requires 124 total credits.