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I he center is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization affiliated with both the
Pennsylvania Partnership for Economic I ducation and the National
Council on I conomic I ducation Its mission is to upgrade the quality ol
economic education in kindergarten through twelfth grade I he center
performs the following functions: teacher training, consulting services,
research, materials development, and programs in economic education lor
adults. I)i .lames J. Jozefowicz and Dr. Stephanie M Jozefowicz are co-
directors of the center

Economics Honors Program

The honors program is open by departmental permission to I conomics.
Economics Mathematics, and Economics I're-Lau majors in the College of
Humanities and Social Sciences with a minimum 3.25 cumulative (IPA and a

3.25 GPA in Economics courses Students complete ECON $55, 556,483,
and HNRC 499. which fulfills the Liberal Studies Synthesis requirement
Students must earn at least a grade ol ( in each course completed tor the
track. Students should consult their advisors to determine how honors track
courses will be integrated into existing requirements lor the Economics,
I conomics Mathematics, or I conomics Pre-Law majors

to apply, an application should be filed with the chairperson of the Depart-
ment ol I conomics.

Bachelor of Arts-Economics



liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section

with the following specifications

Mathematics: MATH 121 (I)

Social Science: ICON 121

Liberal Studies Klectives: 9cr, no courses with ECON prefix

College:

I oreign Language Intermediate Level (2)

Major:

Required Courses:

I ( t in 122 Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 355 Statistics foi I conomists
I i i in 421 Macrocconoimc Analysis
ECON 422 Microeconomic Analysis
Controlled Klectives:
I ive other ECON courses (4. 5)

tree Klectives:

total Degree Requirements:



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( 1 ) MATH 1 15 or 1 25 may be substituted for MATH 121.

(2) lntcrmediate-lex el 1 oretgn Language may be included in liberal Studies
eleetives.

( 5) MATH 214, 216. 217, or 363 may be substituted for ECON 355.

(4) No more than 6cr of internship eredit may be applied toward major.

(5) No more than two ECON Controlled Eleetives may be 200-level
courses.



Bachelor of Arts-Economics/Pre-Law Track

Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section 54

with the following specifications:

Mathematics: MATH 121 (1)

Social Science: ECON 121

Liberal Studies Eleetives: 9cr, no courses with ECON prefix

College: 0-6

Foreign Language Intermediate Level (2)

Major: 24

Required Courses:

ECON 122 Principles of Microeconomics 3cr

ECON 355 Statistics for Economists (3) 3cr

ECON 421 Macroeeonomic Analysis 3cr

ECON 422 Microeconomic Analysis 3cr

Controlled Eleetives:
Four other ECON courses (4. 5) 1 2cr

Other Requirements: Pre-Law Interdisciplinary Track 15-21

Seven courses, including at least one from each of six areas:

Business: ACCT 201, ACCT 202, BLAW 235

Criminology: CRIM 210. 215, 255

English: ENGL 212. 220, 310

History: HIST 320, 321, 346

Philosophy: PHIL 101, lit). 222, 450

Political Science: PLSC 358. 359. 361

Free Eleetives: 15-27

Total Degree Requirements: 120

( I ) MATH 1 15 or 125 may be substituted for MATH 121.
( 2 ) Intermediate-level Foreign Language may be included in Liberal Studies
eleetives.

(3) MATH 214. 216. 217, or 363 may be substituted for ECON 355.

(4) No more than 6cr of internship credit may be applied toward major.

(5) No more than one ECON Controlled Elective may be a 200-level
course.



Bachelor of Arts-Economics/Mathematics

Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section

with the following specifications:

Mathematics: MAUI 125

Social Science: ECON 121

Liberal Studies Eleetives: 9cr, no courses with ECON

or MATH prefix

Major:
Core:

It ()\ 122
I (ON 421
ECON 422

MATH 126
MATH 171
MATH 2 It.



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Principles of Microeconomics
Macroeeonomic Anah sis
Microeconomic Analysis



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id



Calculus II Physics. Chemistry, and Mathematics lei
Introduction to Linear Algebra 3cr

Probability and Statistics for Natural Sciences or
ECON 355 Statistics for Economists hi

MATH 225 Calculus ill Physics, Chemistry, and

Mathematics 3cr



Economics Eleetives: (1, 2) 12cr

Students arc especially encouraged to take It < in ) 14

and 356, but any course except ECON 101 may be used

Mathematics Eleetives: 15-I6cr

At least one oi the following two-semester sequences:

MAUI 241 and 371. MATH 363 and 364. or

MAUI 44s and 446

Three additional courses either from the above or from the
following: MAUI 271, 272, 342, 417 or418 (but not
both). 421. 422, 423. 427, 451. 465. 476. 477

Other Requirements: College: 6

foreign Language Intermediate Level (3)

Eree Eleetives: 12-19

Total Degree Requirements: 120

(1) No more than 6cr of internship credit ma) be applied toward major

(2) No more than one ECON Controlled Elective may be a 200-level
course

I 3 ) lntermediate-le\ el foreign Language may be included in Liberal Studies
eleetives.



Bachelor of Science in Education-Social Studies Education/
Economics Track (*)



Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section with

the following specifications:

Mathematics: 3cr

Social Science: ANTH 110. ECON 121. and PSYC 101

Liberal Studies Eleetives: 6cr, GEOG 230. SOC 337, no courses

with ECON prefix

College:

3 additional cr of MATH 100 level or above
(in addition to Liberal Studies MATH) ( 1 )
Preprofessional Education Sequence:
COMM 103 Digital Instructional Technology
EDSP 102 Educational Psychology

Professional Education Sequence:



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3cr

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CHSS 342 Social Studies Teaching Lab

EDEX 301 Education of Students with Disabilities in

Inclusive Secondary Settings 2ci
EDEX 323 Instruction of English Language 1 earners

with Special Needs 2cr
EDSP 477 Assessment of Student Learning: Design and

Interpretation of Educational Measures lei

EDUC 242 Pre-Student Teaching Clinical Experience I lei

I- Die 342 Pie-Student reaching Clinical Experience II Icr

EDUC 441 Student Teaching I2ci

EDUC 442 School Law Icr
EDUC 455 Teaching of Social Studies in Secondary Schools hi

Major:

Required Courses:

ECON 122 Principles of Microeconomics lei

Controlled Eleetives: Upper-level Economics courses I5cr

including at least one writing-intensive course and at
least one course from each of the following three groups
International course* ECON 139, »45, 346, 350, 351
Wacroeconomii courses ECON 325, 126, 143,421
Wcroeconomii courses ECON 130, 131, 332. 333. 334.
335, 336, 361, 173, 183

Other Requirements:
Social Studies Distribution:

GEOG XXX 200-level or higher Geography course Icr

1 lis I 20-4 United States History to 1877 Jci

Nisi 205 United States History Since 1877 3cr

PI SC 111 American Polities Jci



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I'l s< 'mi Comparative Governmcnl I Western Political
I'l si 285 Systems or Comparative Government II
Non Western Political Systems
v>, ial Studies Minoi

I 1 1 < I lectlves;

iiii.ii Degree Requirements:



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(•) See requirements leadin r certification titled "3-Step Pro

cess i,. i [cachei I ducation," in the i ollt gi ol I ducation and I du
tional lechnolog) section ol this catalog In ordei to student teach,
students must have a ! o cumulative * IPA in theii majoi (social studies
omics courses)

1 1 1 Students are required to take an additional lei ol \l \ 1 1 1 beyond the
I iIk-i.iI Studies requirement foi a total ol 6cr, .ill ol which musl be al
the 100 level ot above

(2) Historj is the recommended choice foi a minoi However, students
in. is complete .i minoi in anj ol the othei So( ial Studies fields
iik luded in the Sot ial Studies I ducation certification t 'noosing a Geld
othei than historj ma) require .klilnion.il credits



Minor-Economics

Required Courses:

1 ( i >\ 121 Principles ol Macroeconomics
lit)\ 122 Principles ol Microeconomics
rhree courses from 1 i t >\ 200 oi highei



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9cr



Economics Honors Track

Required courses:

I i 1 1\ '>ss Statistics foi I conomists
1 i ( i\ >56 II Introduction to I conometrics
ECON483/H Honors Thesis in Economics
HNRC499 Honors Senior Synthesis



12cr



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Jci
Jci

*cr ( I )



( 1 1 Credits For HNRC 499 are counted in the liberal Studies Synthesis
requirement.



Department of English

Website: »u» hip edu english

Gail I. Berlin, (hair: \lvine. Berlin, P. Bizzaro, R. Bizzaro. Black.
Cahalan, (amp. ( arse. Chow, Comfort, Craig, Dandurand, Deckert,
Downing, Dube, Emerick, Harrington. Fontaine, Goebel, Hanauer,
I lurlbert, Jiron-King, Johnson, ken. Kraszewski, Kuipers, Marsden,
Masiello, McClenahan, Miller. Nienkamp, Norris, Orchard. Pagnucci,
Park. Perdue, Powers, Rafoth, Savova, Sell, Seloni, Shafer, Shelly,
Sherwood, Sitler, Slater, Stilwell, Tannacito, Thompson. \'illa. Ware.

Watson, Welsh. \1 M. Williamson. M. T. Williamson. Wilson. Yang;
ami professors emeriti Aghbar, Bencich, Berts, Rower. J. Bright. I
Bright, Craig, Davis, I reund, Gatti, Gebhard, Gray, Hayward, H Hudson,
s Hudson, Krupnik, McAndrew, McPherson, Miller. Nania, Ray,

Kollman. Koumm. Seinfcll. Smith. Swigait, Vella, .1 Wilson, k Wilson,

Woodworth

l he program of studies in the English Department at HT focuses on criti-
cal thinking and effective reading and writing at all levels. English majors
stud) a wide variety ol subjects ranging from literal) theorj to practical
pedagogy in an atmosphere thai encourages and fosters a high degree of
professional commitment.

I he i nglish Department's Bacheloi ol \in degree with a majoi in I nglish
reflects the diversity of subject matter, methods, and purposes of this vital,
constant!) evolving Held. H \ majors "ill have the opportunit) to pursue
the traditional concern of literal) stud) the careful analysis of canonized
works as well as encounter and analyze texts by members ol traditional!)
marginalized groups and texts that are nontraditional or innovative in form



and content We encourage students to design their coui ol itud nil

the) i an b d i apable membi re ol U mil

effective contributors to the niiilikiiliiu.il workplace r o these ends, the
dcpartmenl is committed to promoting and iupporting an intelleiiu.il
cnvironmenl in which minorit) writers nontraditional ti its aid
ol critical perspectives are an integral pari ol ilum

ompleting the introductor) course in I nglish ii '■' H \

majors will taki 5 credits 6 credits of histot

survc) courses, i credits ol a writing course; ( credits ol a rhetoric, speech.

niistica course; and t credits ol an uppei -level capstone course In
addition to thes s all B \ majors will take 6 credits of English

elective COUrseS and declare a li.kk ol I s credits chosen from the

following FilmStudie I Studies; Literary, Textual, and Cultural

Studies. 01 W riling Studies

Since the H \ majoi can be completed wiih 36 credits ol coursework,
students w ill have 25-3 1 credits outside ol the I iberal studies requirements
to develop othei interests, including a second majoi oi a minor in addition

to creating these sorts ol academic connections, we encourage our students

to explore and enhance links between their scholarship and their profes-
sional goals b) seeking an internship in then junioi or senior year Students
should explore their options carclullv with their advisors

English-Film Studies Track

I he I ilm Studies I rack enables students to design a course ol Stud) in Inc-
lusion, meaning, function, and aesthetics of Sims ol all genres and coun-
tries ol origin \ studenl who completes this track will he able to recognize
major developments in the historj ol film; appl) the analytical skills and

methods best suited to comprehend the significance and aesthetics of lilms.

analyze the ways visual imager) interacts with audience, culture, medium,
and ideology ; and recognize and analyze the ways in which Guns communi-
cate ideas about race, gender, sexual orientation, and identity I he Film
Studies Track prepares students foi any profession that requires strong ana-
I x tic. cultural, and aesthetic skills and for academic study in cultural studies.

English-Language Studies Track

The Language Studies Track enables students to design a course of study in
language development, structure, and use. A student who completes this
track will be able to identify and analyze the social and political applica-
tions of language used by and about speakers, writers, and subjects from both
dominant and underrepiesented linguistic communities; apply an increased
language sensibility to personal, academic, social, and professional
communication: and analyze specific discourse types and contexts. The
Language Studies Track prepares students for any profession that requires
strong analytic skills and for academic study in rhetoric and linguistics

English-Literary, Textual, and Cultural Studies Track

I he Literary, textual, and Cultural Studies I rack enables students to design
a course of study in the history, meaning, function, and aesthetics of texts
ol all kinds, especially literary texts A student who completes this track
will be able to identify the unique material, symbolic, formal, and aesthetic
qualities of texts of all kinds, especially literary texts, apply the analytical
skills and methods best suited to comprehend the significance of texts; ana-
lyze the ways that texts of all kinds interact with audience, culture, medium.
and ideology, evaluate the role of theory its methods, historx. polities, and
functions m literary, textual. mu\ cultural studies analysis; and examine the
ways in which questions ol race, gender, sexual orientation, and identity af-
fect our interactions with both traditional and nontraditional literature and
theory I he Literary, lcxtu.il. and Cultural Studies Irack prepares students
foi any profession that requires strong analytic, communication, cultural.

and aesthetic skills and lor academic studs in literary and cultural studies



English-Writing Studies Track



I he W iiting Studies I rack enables students to design a course of study in
the theory and practice of writing in a vanclv ot genres A student who
completes this Hack will be able to demonstrate skills in the analysis,
construction, ami presentation of texts, to identify and apply productive.
effective, and creative approaches to w riling tasks for diverse audiences,
and to create a portfolio of writing for use in applying to graduate programs



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or for professional positions. The Writing Studies Track pa-pares students
for any career that requires professional writing skills

English/Pre-Law Track

Successful lawyers possess excellent skills in w riting and speaking and can
analyze a problem and explain its solution in clear, logical terms. Pre-Law
English prepares the student especially well in these areas and pro\ ides the
skills and know ledge needed to do well in the law school admissions
examination.

Most graduates have had successful internships in the offices of practicing
attorneys and government agencies, although an internship remains op-
tional. Students interested in an internship should contact the department's
director of internships early in their career at IUP.

Education Program

The English Department offers a program leading to the Bachelor of Sci-
ence in Education degree with a major in English Education. This program
has been accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher
Education. Graduates are prepared to teach in middle, junior high, and
senior high schools.

English Education majors fulfill all of the requirements for state certifica-
tion, including practical experience in methods courses and student
teaching; content preparation in a variety of literature, language, and
composition courses; and philosophical background in current theories of
teaching. Although most students choosing an English Education major will
be best prepared for the secondary school classroom, those who opt not to
teach will find that their speaking, writing, and management skills may also
be useful to the media, governmental services, and business.

ProgTam requirements are available at the English Department office and in
the English Education Handbook. Majors must maintain a minimum
cumulative GPA of 3.0. They must be formally admitted to English Educa-
tion, a process that includes application and screening within the English
Department as well as an application to the Teacher Certification Program
in the College of Education. This screening involves review of the student's
portfolio of written work and faculty evaluations as well as an interview
with English Education faculty. Refer to the section "Admission to Teacher
Education and Certification" in the College of Education and Educational
Technology section of this catalog and the English Education Handbook.

Minor in English

To minor in English. 1 5 credits in English courses are required beyond the
Liberal Studies requirement of ENGL 101. 121. and 202. Of these 15
credits, no more than 6 may be transferred to IUP from another university.
Students who choose to minor in English should, if their major department
concurs, substitute ENGL 122 for 121.

English Honors Program

The honors program is open by departmental permission to declared Eng-
lish majors with a minimum 3.25 cumulative GPA ami a 3.5 GPA in English
courses. To determine how honors track courses will be integrated into ex-
isting requirements for the English major, students should consult their ad-
visors or a member of the English honors track program (1ITP) committee.

To apply, students must submit a letter of application, a list of English
courses taken (with instructors' names), and a portfolio demonstrating
high-quality work in English courses, to the HTP. To be accepted, students
must receive favorable evaluations from a majority of professors of courses
taken and portfolio approval by the HTP committee

Students complete ENGL 4X0 11 Distinction in English Seminar. IINRC
499. which fulfills the Liberal Studies Synthesis requirement, and 6 credits in
am combination of the following: ENGL 4X3 (0-6 cr) and 0-6 credits oi
H-designated majoi courses. 3 credits of which must be upper level. Students
must cam at least a grade of B in each course completed for the honors
track



Bachelor of Arts-English/Film Studies Track



Liberal Studies: As outlined in liberal Studies section

with the following specifications:

Humanities-Literature: ENGL 122

Mathematics: 3cr

Liberal Studies Electives: 9cr, no courses with I -Mil. prefix

College:

Foreign Language Intermediate Level (1)

Major:

Required Courses:

Two literary survey courses from the following:

ENGL 210. 211, 212. 213. 226
One writing course from ENGL 220. 221. 222
One language course from I. Mil. 203. 313. 328
Capstone course; ENGL 484
One Film Studies required course: ENGL 208
Controlled Electives: (2. 3)
Four Film Studies courses from the following:

ENGL 332. 350, 440, 450. 460. 463
Two courses with ENGL prefix except ENGL 100. 101, 121,

and 202

Free Electives:



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6cr

3cr
3cr
Jcr
3ci
18cr



25-31

120



Total Degree Requirements:

( 1 ) Intermediate-level Foreign Language may be included in Liberal Studies
electives.

(2) An internship, aside from counting for up to 6ci toward the major,
makes the B.A. degree recipient much more employable by providing
job experience. Students should sec the English B.A. internship
director for advice about available openings.

(3) Courses used to fulfill Core requirements cannot also be used to fulfill
Track requirements



Bachelor of Arts-English/Language Studies Track

Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section

with the following specifications:

Humanities-Literature: ENGL 122

Mathematics: 3cr

Liberal Studies Electives: 9cr, no courses with ENGL prefix

College: 0-6

Foreign Language Intermediate Level ( 1 1

Major: ; ''

Required Courses:

Two literary survey courses from the following: 6ci

ENGL 210. 211. 212. 213. 226
One writing course from ENGI 220.221.222 Jci

One language course from ENGL 203. 313. 328 3ci

Capstone course: ENGL 4S4 i< i

i toe 1 anguage Studies required course: ENGL 203 5< i

Controlled Electives: (2,3) L8ci

Four Language Studies courses from the following:

ENGI II J, 321, »28, 130, (33, $36, 426
fwo courses with ENGI prefix except ENGI 100, 101, 121,

and 202
tree I lccli\cs: 25-3 1

total Degree Requirements: 120

1 1 1 Intermediate-level I orcign 1 anguage maj be included in 1 iberal Studies

electives
i : i \u internship, aside from counting for up to 6ci toward the major,

makes the B A degree recipient much mote employable h> providing

iob experience Students should sec the English B A internship

directoi foi advice about available openings



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i I i i omsea used to fulfill i ore requirements cannol also be used t" fulfill
I rat ^ requirements



Bachelor of Arts-English/Literary, Textual, and Cultural
Studies Track



I Iberal Studies: Vs outlined in I iberal Studies section
with the following specifications
Humanities-Literature: i\oi 122
Mathematics: lei
Liberal Studies Electives: 9cr, no courses with I NGI

( ollege:

I oreign I anguage Intermediate I evel 1 1 >

M.ij»r:

Required ( ourses:

[\vo literar) survej courses from the followin

I NGI 210, 211,212,21 J, 22<>
One writing course from ENG1 220,221,222
One language course from ENGI 203,313,328
( apstone course I \t il 4N4
( me I iterary, rextual, and Cultural Studies required

course I NGI 508
Controlled Electives: (2, 3)
Four Literary, rextual, and < ultural Studies courses from

the following: ENGI 210, 211, 212, 213, 225, 226, 301,

302, J03, 504, 105 106 107 (15, 116, 517, 519, 535,

>37, 138, 540, 341, 342, 543, 544, Us. 549, 550, 354.

385, 586, 587, 596, 598, 430, 432, 434, 436, 437, 461,

462, 463, 466
Pwo courses with I NGI prefix except ENGL 100, 101,

121. and 202

Free Electives:



5 <



ii 6



56



HI

5ci
5cr
Sci

1 8cr



25-31

I2n



total Degree Requirements:

( 1 ) Intermediate-level Foreign I anguage maj be included in Liberal Studies
electives.

(2) \n internship, aside from counting for up to 6cr toward the major,
makes the B.A. degree recipient much more employable bj providing
job experience, Students should see the English H A internship
director lor advice about available openings.

I ! i C ourses used lo fulfil] C ore requirements cannot also be used to fulfill
Traek requirements



Bachelor of Arts-English/Writing Studies Track

Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section 53

with the following specifications:
Humanities-Literature: ENGL 122
Mathematics: 3cr

Liberal Studies Electives: 9cr, no courses with ENGL prefix

College: 0-6

Foreign Language Intermediate Level 1 1 1

Major: 56

Required Courses:

Two literal) survej courses from the following: 6cr

ENGL 210. 211. 212. 213. 22o
One writing course from LNGL 220. 221. 222 3cr

One language course from ENGI 203. M \ 528 5ci

Capstone course: ENGI 4s4 3cr

Controlled Electives: (2, 3) 21cr

Two courses from (raft and Genre:

ENGI 220. 221. 222. 325. 326, 32". 421
( toe course from Forms and I heories:

ENGL 308. 535, 340, 341. 342



Iwo courses from Studio Portfolio/* area Preparation from

the fi
Iwo courses with I NGI prefix i ion loi.

121. ami 202

I i ee I lectives:






hii.il Degree Requirements: 120

( 1 ) Intermediate level I oreign 1 included in I iberal Studies

electives

ii internship a ide from counting i"i up to 6ci toward the majoi
makes the H \ degree recipient much more employable b> providing
job experience Students should sec the I nglish H A internship
directoi toi advice about available opet
1 1 ourses used to fulfill < lore requirements cannol also be used to fulfill
1 rack requi r eme n ts



Bachelor of Arts-English/Pre-Law Track

Liberal studies: \s outlined in 1 iberal Studies section
u uh the follow ing specificatii

Humanities-literature: ENGL 122

Mathematics: 5cr

Liberal Studies Electives: 9cr, no courses with LNGL prefix



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