Undergraduate Course Catalog

University Core Curriculum

The University Core Curriculum (UCC) program is required of all undergraduate students regardless of the academic majors they choose. Consisting of 36 credits, the UCC program is designed to help all Ball State students realize from their college educations these core benefits:

Knowledge—those facts, concepts, and principles from the humanities; the social, behavioral, and natural sciences; and from other disciplines that are deemed important for understanding and solving the common problems of living.
Skills—key intellectual abilities such as communicating, quantifying, analyzing, and synthesizing.
Values—preferred patterns of behavior, including respect for individual dignity, concern for group welfare, and trust in human intelligence.

The central purpose of the University Core Curriculum is to enable women and men to live rich, satisfying lives and to undertake the broad responsibilities of citizenship in a free society. Although it seeks to discover and nurture individual talents, the core curriculum’s primary emphasis is on preparation for roles that people share in common as human beings as well as members of family and community groups.

The University Core Curriculum program consists of more than the requirement that students have contact with the major fields of knowledge. Program suggests concern for direction, organization, spirit, appropriate instruction, and the objectives of component courses. The spirit of the core curriculum emerges from the kinds of intellectual attitudes the university strives to develop in students. Through their core curriculum courses, students will be able to: 
        • engage in lifelong education by learning to acquire knowledge and to use it for intelligent ends. 
        • communicate at a level acceptable for college graduates. 
        • clarify their personal values and be sensitive to those held by others. 
        • recognize and seek solutions for the common problems of living by drawing on a knowledge of historical and contemporary events and elements of the cultural heritage surrounding those events. 
        • work with others to solve life’s common problems. 
        • assess their unique interests, talents, and goals and choose specialized learning experiences that will foster their fulfillment.
All students graduating from Ball State with baccalaureate degrees must complete the 36 credit-hour core curriculum requirement. The UCC program consists of core requirements (a series of five or six foundation courses) and distribution requirements (groups of courses from which students may choose among several disciplines).

Writing Proficiency Program. All students must take the Writing Proficiency Program before graduation. Students take the examination, which is designated as WPP 392, after completing 60 but before completing 90 semester hours. Students who fail to pass the examination after two attempts will be required to take WPP 393, the writing competency course. They will satisfy the writing proficiency requirement by successfully completing WPP 393, but the credit hours in the course will not apply toward any graduation requirement.

Students with baccalaureate degrees from accredited institutions who are pursuing a second degree are exempt from the Writing Proficiency Program.

TIER 1 Foundation
One course required from each category:

PREFIX     

NO    

SHORT TITLE 

CR HRS

Written Communication

ENG

104
114

Comp Resrch (3)
Comp Res Hon (3)

3

Oral Communication

 

COMM

210

Fund Pub Com (3)

3

History

 

HIST

150
151
152

West World (3)
World Civ 1 (3)
World Civ 2 (3)

3

HIST 151 and 152 substitutes for HIST 150, which will satisfy the core foundation history requirement.

Mathematics

 

MATHS

125
136
161
165
201
207

Math Applic (3)
Math Bus (4)
Appl Calc 1 (3)
Calculus 1 (4)
Num Alg Prob (4)
Math Ex Ln (4)

3-4

Physical Wellness

 

PFW

100
101
102
103
104
105
117
148
160
217

Phys Cond (2)
PFW Activity (1)
PFW Lecture (1)
Walking (2)
Jogging (2)
APFW (2)
Watr Arobics (2)
Aerobics (2)
IPFW (1-2) 
Swimming (2)

2

Personal Finance

 

FCS
FIN

135
101
110

Fin Literacy (1)
Fiscal Well (1)
Pers Finance (3)

1-3


TIER 1 Domain
One course required from each category:

PREFIX     

NO    

SHORT TITLE  

CR HRS

Fine Arts

AED
AHS

DANCE
MUHIS

THEAT

200
100
101
100
100
330
100

Underst Art (3) 
Intro Art (3) (I)
Art Survey 1 (3) (I)
In Dnce Hist (3) 
Intro Music (3) (I)
Music Histry (3)
Intro Theat (3)

3

Humanities

ANTH
CC

CH


ENG

FR


GEOG
GER


GRK


HIST


HONRS
JAPAN


LAT


PHIL
RELST
SP

111
101
105
102
201
202
206
213
102
201
202
121
102
201
202
102
201
202
198
201
202
201
102
201
202
102
201
202
100
160
102
201
202

Anth Cul Glb (3) (IR)
Word Origins (3)
Classic Wrld (3) (IR)
Beginning 2 (4) (IR)
Intermed 1 (4) (IR)
Intermed 2 (4) (IR)
Reading Lit (3)
Intr Dig Lit (3) (T)
Beginning 2 (4) (IR)
Intermed 1 (3) (IR)
Intermed 2 (3) (IR)
Cultural Env (3)
Beginning 2 (4) (IR)
Intermed 1 (3) (IR)
Intermed 2 (3) (IR)
Beginning 2 (3) (IR)
Intermed 1 (3) (IR)
Intermed 2 (3) (IR)
Non West Civ (3) (IR)
US 1492-1876 (3) (A)
US 1877-Pres (3) (A)
Inq Anc Wrld (3)
Beg Jpn 2 (4) (IR) 
Intermed 1 (4) (IR)
Intermed 2 (4) (IR)
Beginning 2 (3) (IR)
Intermed 1 (3) (IR)
Intermed 2 (3) (IR)
Introduction (3)
Rel & Cultur (3)
Beginning 2 (4) (IR)
Intermed 1 (3) (IR)
Intermed 2 (3) (IR)

3-4

Natural Sciences

ANTH
ASTRO

BIO


CHEM


GEOG
GEOL
HSC
NREM
PHYCS

105
100
120
100
111
112
100
101
111
101
101
160
101
100
101
110
120

Int Bio Anth (3)
Astronomy (3)
Sun & Stars (3)
Bio Modern (3) (E)
Princ Bio 1 (4)
Princ Bio 2 (4)
People Chem (3)
Biochem HSc (5)
Gen Chem 1 (4)
Erth Sea Sky (3)
Planet Earth (3) (E)
Human Health (3)
Env & Socy (3) (E)
Cncept Phycs (3)
Sci Concp Te (1-3)
Gen Phycs 1 (4)
Gen Phycs 1 (5)

3-5

Social Sciences

ANTH

CJC

COMM

ECON


GEOG
HONRS
POLS

PSYSC
SOC

101
103
101
102
240
290
116
201
247
150
189
130
293
100
100
224
242
260

Intr Culturl (3) (IR)
Archaeology (3)
Crim Jus Sys (3)
Intro Crim (3) 
Human Comm (3)
Intercul Com (3) (IR)
Survey Ideas (3) (R)
Elem Micro (3) (R)
Econ-Media (3)
Global Geog (3)
Global St (3) (I)
Amer Nat Gov (3)
Intl Relatns (3) (I)
General (3)
Principles (3)
Family Soc (3)
Problems (3)
Society Indv (3)

3


TIER 2
One course required from any 2 categories:

PREFIX     

NO    

SHORT TITLE 

CR HRS

Fine Arts/Design

AHS

ARCH
CAP
DANCE
HONRS
ITDPT
ITEDU
ITGRA

ITMFG
MMP
MUHIS

MUSED
THEAT

200
201
229
200
302
203
280
102
184
286
105
100
105
331
265
317

Crit Persp (3) (I)
Art Critcsm (3) (W)
Hist Arch 1 (3) (WRT)
Design Think (3) (E)
Dance Hist 2 (3) (W)
19/20/21 Cnt (3)(W)
3D Prototyp (3) (T)
Design Techn (3) (T)
Comp App G A (3) (T)
Dig Photo 1 (3) (T)
Tec Dsgn Gra (3) (T)
Mus Industry (3) (T)
Mus Pop Cul (3) (A)
Music Histry (3) (WI)
Bsc Mu Clsrm (3) (W)
Pre-Mod Hist (3) (W)

 

Humanities

ANTH
CC

ENG







FR


GER
HIST

HONRS
JAPAN
PHIL




RELST


SP

463
202
205
402
405
490
491
492
493
494
498
334
335
360
361
310
370
202
334
202
203
230
304
315
201
280
290
334
335
360

His Arc T&M (3) (W)
Cult Life Ro (3) (W)
Myths World (3) (IR)
Cult Stu (3) (W)
Sp Top Cr Wr (3) (W) 
Lit & Gender (3) (WR)
Aft Am Lit (3) (WRA)
Nat Am Lit (3) (WRA)
Am Ethnc Lit (3) (WRA)
QueerLitThry (3) (WR)
Post-Col Std (3) (WR)
Civ Cult Old (3) (IR) 
Civ Cult Mod (3) (IR)
Int Fr Lit R (3) (IR) 
Intro Lit 1 (3) (IR)
Int Hist Bus (3) (A)
Pre Mod Asia (3) (IR)
Mdl/Ren/Enlt (3) (W)
Culture Civ (3) (IR)
Ethics (3) (W)
Social Phil (3) (RA)
Envir Ethics (3) (WSE)
Phil Sport (3) (W)
African Amer (3) (WRA)
Rel Pop Cul (3) (WR)
Top Amer Rel (3) (R)
Top Asia Rel (3) (IR)
Civ Cult Sp (3) (IR)
Civ Cult L A (3) (IR)
In Hisp Read (3) (IR)

Natural Sciences

ASTRO

BIO



CHEM

CS
GEOG
GEOL

HONRS


NREM

PHYCS

124
151
102
113
216
220
112
200
200
265
201
206
296
297
298
211
221
151

Solar System (3) (T)
Univrs & You (3) (T)
Bio Concepts (3) (E)
Microbio HSc (5) (I)
Ecology (3) (IE)
Ecol Issues (3) (E)
Gen Chem 2 (4) (T)
Soc & Chem (3) (ST)
Comp & Soc (3) (AT)
Intro G I S (3) (T)
Earth Time (3) (AT)
Oceans Natns (3) (IE)
Physical Sci (3) (E/T)
Earth Sci (3) (E/T)
Life Sci (3) (E/T)
Water Resour (3) (I)
Soil Resourc (3) (E)
Ener Tec Soc (3) (T)

 

Social Sciences

ANTH


CJC

ECON







EDFON
EDMUL



EDTEC
FCSFC
HONRS
HSC


ITDPT
NREM
PSYSC


SOC




SOCWK
WGS

231
301
311
311
329
202
279
309
310
311
331
348
351
420
205
302
370
400
355
250
199
180
261
471
406
205
324
325
424
228
333
380
421
425
230
210

Intro Nat Am (3) (IRA)
History Anth (4) (W)
Ethnicity (3) (R)
Race Gender (3) (R) 
Decision Mak (3) (R)
Elem Macro (3) (RA)
Prob Em Nats (3) (IR)
Am Ec Hist 1 (3) (IEA)
Am Ec Hist 2 (3) (ERA)
Environ Econ (3) (WIE)
Labor Econ (3) (RA)
Health Econ (3) (RA)
Internat Eco (3) (I)
Fnds of Educ (3) (RA)
Multi Educ (3) (R)
Self & Soci (3) (R)
Rep & Multi (3) (R)
Top Seminar (3) (R)
Emerge Tech (3) (T)
Family Relat (3) (A)
Cnt US Issue (3) (A)
Prn Com Hlth (3) (S)
Health Sex (3) (R)
Death Dying (3) (R)
Tech Dec-Mak (3) (T)
Intl NR Cons (3) (IER)
Psych Women (3) (R)
Prej&Discrim (3) (R)
Diversity (3) (R)
Global (3) (IE)
Media (3) (A)
Research (3) (W)
Minorities (3) (R)
Law (3) (A)     
Behav Envr 1 (3) (R)  
WGS Intro (3) (R)                6


TIER 3 Course/Experience
One course required:

PREFIX     

NO    

SHORT TITLE  

CR HRS

ACR


ADS
AFA



AHS
AHSC
ANTH




AQUA
ART

AT
BIO
CHEM
CJC


COMM



CS

ECON

ENG
EXSCI
FCS
FR
GEOG
GEOL
GER
HIST

HONRS
HSC
ISOM


ITCMP
ITCST
ITGRA
ITMFG

JAPAN
JOURN

MATHS
MGT
MMP
MUSPE
MUSTH
NREM
PHIL
PHYCS
POLS


PSYSC
SOC
SOCWK

SP

SPTAD
THEAT
WGS

418
428
438
442
487
489
491
493
480
485
369
445
450
459
479
479
480
490
492
217
400
369
471
479
369
412
465
479
496
498
369
424
444
479
403
470
448
383
470
300
369
499
479
369
480
490
466
460
480
460
465
470
369
479
498
491
495
498
495
369
400
482
369
479
499
492
492
460
462
401
402
479
434
499

Ceram Sr Prj (3)
Metal Sr Prj (3)
Sr Prj Glass (3)
Vis Com 4 (3)
Sr Prj Draw (3)
Sr Prj Paint (3)
Sr Prj Sculp (3)
Sr Pjr Print (3)
AHS Thesis (3)
R C Pract 4 (6)
Internship (1-6)
Arch Fld Sch (6)
Ethn Fld Sch (6-12)
Ethno Method (3)
Unpd Intern (1-6)
Aq Intern (12)
Sr Prj Photo (3)
Sr Prj EAAV (3)
Pract 2 A T (1-3)
Ecology Meth (2) (W)
Chem Commun (1) (W)
Prof Exp (12 or 15)
Practicum (3-6)
Prac Exp (12 or 15)
Professional (1-6)
Rhetorc Crit (3) (W)
Comm Inquiry (3) (W)
Prac Exper (1-3)
Soft Eng 2 (3) (W)
Soft Eng 2 S (3) (WS)
Internship (1-6)
Econometrics (3) (W)
Sr Seminar (3) (W)
Ex Sc Int (12)
FCS Practice (3) (W) 
Immers Study (1-3)
GIS Sys Desg (3)
Field Geolgy (6)
Immers Study (1-3)
Internship (3-12) (W)
Paid Intern (3-12) (W)
Hnrs Project (3)
Prac Exp (3-9)
Intrn ISOM (1-6)
O M Int Proj (3)
I S Int Proj (3)
Cap Cmp Tech (3) (ST)
Cap Const (3)
Cap Gr Art (3) (W)
Prjct Cam 1 (3)
Six Sig Intr (3)
Immers Study (1-3)
Internship (0-3)
Unpaid Int (0-3)
Senior Sem (2) (W)
Policy Strat (3)
MMP Prj/Rec (3)
Sr Recital (2)
Compos Recit (1-3)
Pro Prac Exp (1-3)
Immerse/Exp (1-6)
Indpen Study (1-3) (W)
Prof Exp (3)
Pract Exp (3)
Senior Sem (3)
Research Sem (3)
Capstone (3) (S)
Practicum (12)
Pract Sem (3)
His Span Lit (3)
Hist Spa Lit (3)
Spt Ad Inter (12)
Immersion (1-12)
WGS Capstone (3)

Student Teaching

EDALG
EDEL





EDJHM
EDSEC

SPCED

470
400
401
402
463
464
465
465
460
465
466
489
491
492

St Tch (6-7)
St T Pre Kin (6)
St T Kinderg (6)
St T Primary (6)
St Tch Elem (3)
St Tch Elem (6)
St Tch Elem (3)
Elec St Tch (3 or 5)
St Tch Secon (6-7)
Elec St Tch (3 or 5)
St Tch H I (1-12) 
St Tch M D (1-12)
St Tc Sec Md (1-12)
St Tch S D (6-12)


Wiser + Courses

PREFIX     

NO    

SHORT TITLE 

CR HRS

Writing
One course required:

AHS
ANTH

ARCH
BIO
CC
CHEM
COMM

CS

DANCE
ECON

ENG










FCS
FR
GER
HIST

HONRS

ISOM

ITGRA
MATHS
MUHIS
MUSED
NREM
PHIL




PHYCS
RELST
SOC
SOCWK
THEAT

201
301
463
229
217
202
400
412
465
496
498
302
311
424
230
285
402
405
444
490
491
492
493
494
498
403
302
302
300
369
202
203
249
341
480
498
331
265
331
202
230
304
315
415
482
201
380
330
317

Art Critcsm (3)
History Anth (4)
His Arc T&M (3)
Hist Arch 1 (3)
Ecology Meth (2)
Cult Life Ro (3)
Chem Commun (1)
Rhetorc Crit (3)
Comm Inquiry (3)
Soft Eng 2 (3)
Soft Eng 2 S (3)
Dance Hist 2 (3)
Environ Econ (3)
Econometrics (3)
Read Wr Lit (3)
Intr Cr Wr (3)
Cult Stu (3)
Sp Top Cr Wr (3)
Sr Seminar (3)
Lit & Gender (3)
Afr Am Lit (3)
Nat Am Lit (3)
Am Ethnc Lit (3)
QueerLitThry (3)
Post-Col Std (3)
FCS Practice (3)
Composition (3)
Composition (3)
Internship (3-12)
Paid Intern (3-12)
Mdl/Ren/Enlt (3)
19/20/21 Cnt (3)
Fnds Bus Com (3)
Bus Mgl Comm (3)
Cap Gr Art (3)
Senior Sem (2)
Music Histry (3)
Bsc Mu Clsrm (3)
Enrg Min Res (3)
Ethics (3)
Envir Ethics (3)
Phil Sport (3)
African Amer (3)
Pro Prac Eth (3)
Indpen Study (1-3)
Rel Pop Cul (3)
Research (3)
Behav Envr 2 (3)
Pre-Mod Hist (3)

3-4

One course required from any category below:

American Institutions

ANTH
CS
ECON




EDEL
EDFON
ENG


FCSFC
GEOL
HIST


HONRS

MUHIS
PHIL

SOC

231
200
202
309
310
331
348
100
420
491
492
493
250
201
201
202
310
199
390
105
203
315
333
425

Intro Nat Am (3)
Comp & Soc (3)
Elem Macro (3)
Am Ec Hist 1 (3)
Am Ec Hist 2 (3)
Labor Econ (3)
Health Econ (3)
Ed Dem Soc (3)
Fnds of Educ (3)
Afr Am Lit (3)
Nat Am Lit (3)
Am Ethn Lit (3)
Family Relat (3)
Earth Time (3)
US 1492-1876 (3)
US 1877-Pres (3)
Int Hist Bus (3)
Cnt US Issue (3)
Hon Colloq (1-3)
Mus Pop Cul (3)
Social Phil (3)
African Amer (3)
Media (3)
Law (3)

Environment

ANTH

BIO



CAP
ECON


FCS
GEOL

HONRS



NREM



PHIL
SOC

312
455
100
102
216
220
200
309
310
311
103
101
206
296
297
298
390
101
205
221
331
230
228

Ecology (3)
Primatology (3)
Bio Modern (3)
Bio Concepts (3)
Ecology (3)
Ecol Issues (3)
Design Think (3)
Am Ec Hist 1 (3)
Am Ec Hist 2 (3)
Environ Econ (3)
Intro to FCS (3) (SE)
Planet Earth (3)
Oceans Natns (3)
Physical Sci (3)
Earth Sci (3)
Life Sci (3)
Hon Colloq (1-3)
Env & Socy (3)
Intl NR Cons (3)
Soil Resourc (3)
Enrg Min Res (3)
Envir Ethics (3)
Global (3)

International

AHS


ANTH


BIO

CC

CH


COMM
ECON



ENG
FCSFA
FR





GEOL
GER



GRK


HIST

HONRS

JAPAN



LAT


MUHIS

NREM


POLS
RELST
SOC
SP

100
101
200
101
111
231
113
216
105
205
102
201
202
290
279
309
311
351
205
270
102
201
202
334
335
360
206
102
201
202
361
102
201
202
198
370
189
390
102
201
202
334
102
201
202
100
331
205
211
309
293
290
228
102
201
202
334
335
360

Intro Art (3)
Art Survey 1 (3)
Crit Persp (3)
Intr Culturl (3)
Anth Cul Glb (3)
Intro Nat Am (3)
Microbio HSc (5)
Ecology (3)
Classic Wrld (3)
Myths World (3)
Beginning 2 (4)
Intermed 1 (4)
Intermed 2 (4) 
Intercul Com (3)
Prob Em Nats (3)
Am Ec Hist 1 (3)
Environ Econ (3)
Internat Eco (3)
Wrld Litertr (3)
Fashion Indy (3)
Beginning 2 (4)
Intermed 1 (3)
Intermed 2 (3)
Civ Cult Old (3)
Civ Cult Mod (3)
Int Fr Lit R (3)
Oceans Natns (3)
Beginning 2 (4)
Intermed 1 (3)
Intermed 2 (3)
Intro Lit 1 (3)
Beginning 2 (3)
Intermed 1 (3)
Intermed 2 (3)
Non West Civ (3)
Pre Mod Asia (3)
Global St (3)
Hon Colloq (1-3)
Beg Jpn 2 (4)
Intermed 1 (4)
Intermed 2 (4)
Culture Civ (3)
Beginning 2 (3)
Intermed 1 (3)
Intermed 2 (3)
Intro Music (3)
Music Histry (3)
Intl NR Cons (3)
Water Resour (3)
Globl Change (3)
Intl Relatns (3)
Top Asia Rel (3)
Global (3)
Beginning 2 (4)
Intermed 1 (3)
Intermed 2 (3)
Civ Cult Sp (3)
Civ Cult L A (3)
In Hisp Read (3)

Respect

ANTH



ARCH
CC

CH


CJC

COMM
ECON






EDEL
EDFON
EDMUL



ENG





FR





GER



GRK


HIST

HONRS
HSC

ISOM
JAPAN



LAT


NREM
PHIL

PSYSC


RELST


SOC
SOCWK
SP





WGS

101
111
231
311
229
105
205
102
201
202
311
329
290
116
201
202
279
310
331
348
244
420
205
302
370
400
490
491
492
493
494
498
102
201
202
334
335
360
102
201
202
361
102
201
202
198
370
390
261
471
249
102
201
202
334
102
201
202
205
203
315
324
325
424
201
280
290
421
230
102
201
202
334
335
360
210

Intr Culturl (3)
Anth Cul Glb (3)
Intro Nat Am (3)
Ethnicity (3)
Hist Arch 1 (3)
Classic Wrld (3)
Myths World (3)
Beginning 2 (4)
Intermed 1 (4)
Intermed 2 (4)
Race Gender (3)
Decision Mak (3) 
Intercul Com (3)
Survey Ideas (3)
Elem Micro (3)
Elem Macro (3)
Prob Em Nats (3)
Am Ec Hist 2 (3)
Labor Econ (3)
Health Econ (3)
Ed Soc Just (3)
Fnds of Educ (3)
Multi Educ (3)
Self & Soci (3)
Rep & Multi (3)
Top Seminar (3)
Lit & Gender (3)
Afr Am Lit (3)
Nat Am Lit (3)
Am Ethnc Lit (3)
QueerLitThry (3)
Post-Col Std (3)
Beginning 2 (4)
Intermed 1 (3)
Intermed 2 (3)
Civ Cult Old (3)
Civ Cult Mod (3)
Int Fr Lit R (3) 
Beginning 2 (4)
Intermed 1 (3)
Intermed 2 (3)
Intro Lit 1 (3)
Beginning 2 (3)
Intermed 1 (3)
Intermed 2 (3)
Non West Civ (3)
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Beginning 2 (4)
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Service

CHEM
CS


EDEL
ENG
FCS
FL
HONRS
HSC
ITCMP
PHIL
SOC

200
269
369
498
100
409
103
395
390
180
466
230
492

Soc & Chem (3)
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Technology

ARCH
ASTRO

CHEM

CS



EDTEC
ENG
FL
GEOG
GEOL
HONRS



ISOM
ITCMP
ITDPT

ITEDU
ITGRA

ITMFG

MMP
NREM
PHYCS

229
124
151
112
200
104
110
120
200
355
213
396
265
201
296
297
298
390
125
466
280
406
102
184
286
105
161
100
335
151

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Solar System (3)
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Gen Chem 2 (4)
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Comp App G A (3)
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Int Mfg Idus (3)
Mus Industry (3)
Renew Energy (3)
Ener Tec Soc (3)

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