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  Sep 21, 2019
 
UNDERGRADUATE CATALOG 2019-2020 
    
UNDERGRADUATE CATALOG 2019-2020

Language, Writing, and Linguistics, B.A.


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Students electing a major in Language, Writing, and Linguistics must complete Mississippi College’s core curriculum requirements; 54 hours of courses representing modern languages, English Writing, and linguistics; and general electives to meet the number of credit hours required for graduation.  Because Language, Writing, and Linguistics is a comprehensive major, no minor is required.

UNIVERSITY CORE (46 HOURS)


University Core - Science (7 hours)


Seven hours of science hours are required, including one 4-hour lab course.  Students are encouraged to choose from one of the following lab courses below:

University Core - Mathematics (3 hours)


Any MAT course numbered 105 or higher, determined in consultation with the advisor.

University Core - Physical Education (3 hours)


Three hours are required.  Recommended courses are listed below:

University Core - Chapel


Students at Mississippi College are required to complete chapel requirements based on the student classification at the time of enrollment as detailed below:

Freshman (0-23 semester hours) 4 semesters
Sophomore (24-53 semester hours) 3 semesters
Junior (54-83 semester hours) 2 semesters
Senior (84 or more semester hours) 1 semester

Students classified as ADP (Accelerated Degree Program) and students enrolled in online degree programs are exempt from chapel requirements.

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS (54 HOURS)


The major requirements include the following:

MODERN LANGUAGE CORE (18 HOURS)


Students must complete 18 hours of a single modern language (101 to 300-level)

GENERAL ELECTIVES


Sufficient elective hours must be taken to meet the minimum hour requirement for graduation in this program.  Electives should be chosen in consultation with advisor.

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