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First-Year Schedule (Suggested) 

Honors Students
Fall Semester
(1) Honors University Seminar (If possible, it is suggested that you enroll in Dr. Money’s Seminar, “Who’s to Judge?”)
(2) Honors Critical Writing, Reading, and Research (automatically cohorted with University Seminar)
(3) Appropriate language course
(4) Appropriate introductory level course in the major (if a major is known)
(5) Elective
Spring Semester
(1) Honors Seminar
(2) Honors Critical Writing, Reading, and Research II
(3) Appropriate language course
(4) Elective
(5) Elective

Non-Honors Students
Fall Semester
(1) University Seminar
(2) Critical Writing, Reading, and Research (automatically cohorted with University Seminar)
(3) Appropriate language course
(4) Appropriate introductory level course in the major (if a major is known)
(5) Elective
Spring Semester
(1) Critical Writing, Reading, and Research II
(2) Appropriate language course
(3) Elective
(4) Elective
(5) Elective

Suggested First-Year Electives
Pre-law students should complete their schedules in consultation with their primary (major) advisor. Students are encouraged to give close attention to the following courses. These courses do not have prerequisites and are open to first year students (subject to space availability). Additionally, students may consider using one or two of the slots marked “elective” to meet various University requirements (e.g., lab science, quantitative reasoning, fine arts, etc.).

• AC230, Introduction to Accounting I
• CO107, Argument and Social Issues
• CO242, Business and Professional Communication
• EC100, Principles of Macroeconomics
• EN200, Writing Seminar
• EN210, Business and Professional Writing
• HI203, US History to 1865
• HI204, US History since 1865
• MA120, Elementary Probability and Statistics
• MA125, Math in the World
• PH110, Basic Philosophical Problems
• PH211, Ethical Theory and Moral Issues
• PH213, Critical Thinking: Logic
• PO100 or 105, American Politics for Non-Majors or Foundations of American Politics
• PO221, Understanding International Conflict
• PO235, Introduction to Criminal Justice
• TH103, Acting: Non-Majors

 
 
Millikin University - Decatur, IL
 
Millikin University - Decatur, IL
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