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    University of North Texas at Dallas
   
 
  Oct 20, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog

Minors and Academic Certificates


Minors (Undergraduate)

All listed undergraduate minors require a minimum of 18 credit hours, with a minimum of 6 of those credit hours being advanced level (3000/4000) courses. Additional requirements are listed with the specific minor. Students may need to satisfy course prerequisites which require additional courses not listed in the specific minor requirements. 

Minors must be earned in conjunction with a bachelor’s degree and an undergraduate major. A student is unable to earn a major and a minor in the same academic discipline. 

Biology

Course Hours
BIOL 1710 - Biology for Science Majors I 3
BIOL 1730 - Biology for Science Majors I Laboratory 1
BIOL 1720 - Biology for Science Majors II 3

BIOL 1740 - Biology for Science Majors II Laboratory

*Prerequisite(s): BIOL 1710 & BIOL 1730

1
BIOL 3000/4000 Advanced Biology Elective 3
BIOL 3000/4000 Advanced Biology Elective 3
BIOL Biology Elective(s) 4

Business Foundations

Course Hours

ACCT 2010 - Accounting Principles I (Financial Accounting)

*Prerequisite: MATH 1100 or higher-level math

3

ACCT 2020 - Accounting Principles II (Managerial Accounting)

*Prerequisite: ACCT 2010 with grade of C or higher

3

MKTG 3650 - Marketing Foundations

*Prerequisite: Junior standing

3

FINA 3770 - Finance

*Prerequisite: ACCT 2010 and ACCT 2020 with a grade of C or better

3

Select ONE:

MGMT 3720 - Organizational Behavior

MGMT 3820 - Management Concepts

3
3000/4000 Advanced Elective from ACCT or BCIS or BLAW or BUSI or DSCI or ECON or FINA or MGMT or MKTG course 3

Chemistry

Course Hours

CHEM 1410 - General Chemistry for Science Majors

*Prerequisite: MATH 1100 or higher-level math

3
CHEM 1430 - Laboratory Sequence for General Chemistry 1

CHEM 1420 - General Chemistry for Science Majors

*Prerequisite: CHEM 1410 or consent of department

3

CHEM 1440 - Laboratory Sequence for General Chemistry

*Prerequisite: CHEM 1430

1

CHEM 2370 - Organic Chemistry

*Prerequisite: CHEM 1420

3

CHEM 3210 - Organic Chemistry Laboratory

*Prerequisite: CHEM 1440

1

CHEM 2380 - Organic Chemistry 

*Prerequisite: CHEM 2370

3

CHEM 3220 - Organic Chemistry Laboratory

*Prerequisite: CHEM 3210

1

Select TWO:

BIOC 3300 - Elementary Biochemistry

BIOL 4120 - Environmental Chemistry

CHEM 3451 - Quantitative Analysis

CHEM 3530 - Physical Chemistry for Life Science

CHEM 4351 - Forensic Chemistry

CHEM 4631 - Instrumental Analysis 

CHEM 4660 - Introduction to Computational Chemistry

CHEM 4670 - Introduction to Medicinal Chemistry

6

Computer Science

Course Hours

CSCE 1030 - Computer Science I

*Prerequisite: MATH 1600 or higher-level math (or taken concurrently)

4

CSCE 1040 - Computer Science II

*Prerequisite: MATH 1600 or higher-level math (or taken concurrently)

3

CSCE 2100 - Computing Foundations I

*Prerequisite: CSCE 1040

3

CSCE 2110 - Computing Foundations II

*Prerequisite: CSCE 2100

3
CSCE 3000/4000 Advanced Computer Science Elective 3
CSCE 3000/4000 Advanced Computer Science Elective 3

Criminal Justice

Course Hours
CJUS 2100 - Crime and Justice in the United States 3

CJUS 2300 - Criminal Law

*Prerequisite: CJUS 2100

3

CJUS 3600 - Criminology

*Prerequisite(s): SOCI 1510, PSYC 1100, & CJUS 2100

3
CJUS Criminal Justice Elective (Advanced if needed) 3
CJUS Criminal Justice Elective 3
CJUS Criminal Justice Elective 3

Criminalistics 

(Students must obtain a minimum grade of “C” in all courses used for the Criminalistics minor)

Course Hours
BIOL 1710 - Biology for Science Majors I 3
BIOL 1730 - Biology for Science Majors I Laboratory 1

Select ONE:

CHEM 1360 - Context of Chemistry

CHEM 1410/1430 - General Chemistry for Science Majors/Lab Sequence for General Chemistry

3-4

CJUS 3360 - Anthropological Criminialistics

*Prerequiste: Junior standing

3

BIOL 3331 - Biomedical Criminalistics

*Prerequisite: BIOL 1710 or BIOL 1720

3

CJUS 4360 - Criminal Investigation

*Prerequisite(s): CJUS 2100, CJUS 3201 & CJUS 3300

3

CJUS 4370 - Advanced Criminalistics I

*Prerequisite(s): CJUS 2100 & CJUS 3300

3

CJUS 4380 - Advanced Criminalistics II

*Prerequisite(s): CJUS 2100 & CJUS 3300

3

Dealership Management

Course Hours
MGMT 3340 - Introduction to the Global Auto Industry 3

MGMT 3341 - Dealership Fixed Operations

*Prerequisite: MGMT 3340 or consent of department

3

MGMT 4340 - Dealership Variable Operations

*Prerequisite: MGMT 3340 or consent of department

3

MGMT 4341 - Finance and Insurance/Regulatory & Compliance Issues 

*Prerequisite(s): MGMT 3340, MGMT 3341, MGMT 4340

3

MGMT 4345 - Dealership Accounting & Financial Statement Analysis 

*Prerequisite(s): MGMT 3340, MGMT 3341, MGMT 4340, and MGMT 4341

3

MGMT 4800 - Internship

*Prerequisite: Consent of advisor. 

3

History

All students pursuing a minor in History must have a cumulative Grade Point Average of at least 2.0 and be in good academic standing.

Texas State Law requires that the university may not award a minor in History unless the student has credit for 6 hours in American history. Students are encouraged to take HIST 2610 and 2620 to meet this requirement; however, a student may substitute 3 hours in Texas History (HIST 4700) as partial satisfaction of this goal.

Course Hours
HIST 2610 - U.S. History to 1865 3
HIST 2620 - U.S. History since 1865 3
HIST 3000/4000 Advanced History Elective 3
HIST 3000/4000 Advanced History Elective 3
HIST History Elective 3
HIST History Elective 3

Hospitality Management 

Course Hours
HMGT 1010 - Introduction to Hospitality Management 3
HMGT 3000/4000 Advanced Hospitality Management Elective 3
HMGT 3000/4000 Advanced Hospitality Management Elective 3
HMGT Hospitality Management Elective 3
HMGT Hospitality Management Elective 3
HMGT Hospitality Management Elective 3

Human Service Management & Leadership

Course Hours
HSML 3000 - Human Service in the Nonprofit Sector 3
HSML 3100 - Professional Interpersonal Skills 3
HSML 3700 - Case Management 3
Elective from AGER or HSML or PACS course 3
Elective from AGER or HSML or PACS course 3
Elective from AGER or HSML or PACS course 3

Management

Course Hours
MGMT 3720 - Organizational Behavior 3

Select FIVE:

MGMT 3330 - Communicating in Business

MGMT 3820 - Management Concepts

MGMT 3830 - Operations Management

MGMT 3850 - Foundations of Entrepreneurship

MGMT 3860 - Human Resource Management

MGMT 3870 - Management Research Methods

MGMT 3880 - Business Ethics and Social Responsibility

MGMT 4170 - Employee and Labor Relations

MGMT 4180 - Workplace Health and Safety

MGMT 4210 - E-Management: Managing in a Digital Economy

MGMT 4300 - Recruitment, Selection, and Placement

MGMT 4350 - Training and Development

MGMT 4400 - Managing Interpersonal Relationships

MGMT 4460 - Topics in Organizational Behavior

MGMT 4470 - Leadership

MGMT 4660 - International Management Perspectives

MGMT 4810 - Purchasing and Materials Management

MGMT 4820 - Manufacturing Planning and Control

MGMT 4830 - Productivity and Quality Management

MGMT 4840 - Compensation and Benefits Administration

MGMT 4860 - Organizational Design and Change

MGMT 4880 - Management of Projects and Systems

15

Political Science

Course Hours
PSCI 1040 - American Government: Laws and Institutions 3
PSCI 1050 - American Government: Process and Policies 3
PSCI 3000/4000 Advanced Political Science Elective 3
PSCI 3000/4000 Advanced Political Science Elective 3
PSCI Political Science Elective 3
PSCI Political Science Elective 3

Psychology

Course Hours
PSYC 1100 - Introduction to Psychology 3
PSYC 3000/4000 Advanced Psychology Elective 3
PSYC 3000/4000 Advanced Psychology Elective 3
PSYC Psychology Elective 3
PSYC Psychology Elective 3
PSYC Psychology Elective 3

Sociology

Course Hours
SOCI 1510 - Introduction to Sociology 3
SOCI 3000/4000 Advanced Sociology Elective 3
SOCI 3000/4000 Advanced Sociology Elective 3
SOCI Sociology Elective 3
SOCI Sociology Elective 3
SOCI Sociology Elective 3

Spanish 

Transfer credits, a departmental placement test (no credit), or CLEP examination (for credit) will determine the entry point for this minor. 

Course Hours
SPAN 1010 - Elementary Spanish I 3

SPAN 1020 - Elementary Spanish II

*Prerequisite: SPAN 1010 or departmental placement

3

SPAN 2040 - Intermediate Spanish I

*Prerequisite: SPAN 1020 or departmental placement

3

SPAN 2050 - Intermediate Spanish II

*Prerequisite: SPAN 2040 or departmental placement

3

SPAN 2313 - Spanish for Heritage Speakers

*Prerequisite: Departmental placement

3

SPAN 3360 - Spanish for the Professions (Required)

*Prerequisite: SPAN 2040 or SPAN 2313

3

Select ONE: (Required)

SPAN 3060 - Spanish Composition and Conversation

SPAN 3020 - Introduction to Translation in Spanish

SPAN 3313 - Advanced Spanish for Heritage Speakers

3

Select 0-9 hours (based on placement to total 18  hours):

SPAN 3570 - Spanish in the Bilingual Classroom

SPAN 4080 - Business Spanish

SPAN 4390 - Spanish for Health Care Professions

SPAN 4350 - Spanish in the Community

SPAN 4340 - Spanish for Human Services

SPAN 4800 - Internship

SPAN 4900 - Special Problems

SPAN 4950 - Practicum

0-9

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Academic Certificates (Undergraduate)

Undergraduate academic certificates require a minimum of 12 credit hours, all earned at UNT Dallas, with all courses being at the advanced (3000/4000) level. Additional requirements are listed with the specific academic certificate. Students may need to satisfy course prerequisites which require additional courses not listed in the specific certificate requirements.

Academic certificates must be earned in conjunction with a bachelor’s degree and an undergraduate major (with the exception of Dealership Management). A student is unable to earn an academic certificate and a major/minor in the same academic discipline. 

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Course Hours
PACS 4000 - Mediation 3

PACS 4050 - Negotiation

*Prerequisite: PACS 4000 (or taken concurrently)

3

PACS 4060 - Practicum in Mediation and Dispute Resolution

*Prerequisite: PACS 4000 (or taken concurrently)

3

Select ONE:

PACS 4010 - Family Mediation

PACS 4020 - Dispute Resolution in the Workplace

PACS 4030 - Dispute Resolution in a Global Workplace

PACS 4040 - Crisis Intervention

3

Applied Gerontology

Course Hours
AGER 4500 - Long-Term Care Case Management with Older Adults 3

AGER 4550 - Sociology of Aging

*Prerequisite: SOCI 1510

3
AGER 4560 - Minority Aging 3

Select ONE:

AGER 4750 - Sexuality and Aging

AGER 4780 - Aging Programs and Services

3

Logistics & Supply Chain Management

Course Hours

LSCM 3960 - Logistics and Supply Chain Management

*Prerequisite: Junior standing

3

LSCM 4360 - Global Alliances and International Supply Chain Management

*Prerequisite: LSCM 3960

3
LSCM 4560 - Business Transportation Management 3

Select ONE:

LSCM 4530 - E-Logistics in Supply Chain Management

LSCM 4800 - Logistics Internship

3

Substance Abuse & Addiction 

Course Hours

HSML 4100 - Chemical Addictions

*Prerequisite(s): HSML 3000 & HSML 3700

3
HSML 4120 - Theoretical Approaches to Addiction Treatment 3

HSML 4650 - Assessment of Behavioral and Chemical Addictions

*Prerequisite(s): HSML 3000, HSML 3100, & HSML 3700

3

HSML 4660 - Intervention Strategies for Behavioral and Chemical Addictions

*Prerequisite(s): HSML 4100 &  HSML 4120

3

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