Sample NRES General 8 Semester Plan

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For students placed in CHEM 102 and MATH 234/220 and having completed 3 years of high school foreign language.

You must complete at least 126 hours to earn the B.S. in NRES.

First Semester 15-16 Hours Second Semester 15-17 Hours
NRES 102 3 CHEM 102 and 103 4
RHET 105 or CMN 101a 3-4 IB 103 4
IB 104 4 MATH 234 or 220 4-5
ACES 101 3 RHET 105 or CMN 101a 3-4
General Education Courseb 3    
 
Third Semester 17-18 Hours Fourth Semester 15-18 Hours
CHEM 104 and 105 4 NRES 287c 3
ACE 100 or ECON 102 3-4 NRES 201, GEOG 103, PHYS 101, or MCB 100 3-5
NRES 201 or GEOL 107 4 General Education Courseb 3
NRES 219 3 Quantitative Reasoning II - Statisticsd 3-4
Elective 3 Elective 3-6
 
Fifth Semester 16-17 Hours Sixth Semester 16-18 Hours
NRES 348 3 Advanced Compositionf 3
NRES 454 3 Field Coursee 1-2
Field Coursee 1-2 Concentration 6-8
General Education Courseb 3 Elective 3-6
Concentration 3    
Elective 3    
 
Seventh Semester 15-18 Hours Eighth Semester 15-18 Hours
Concentration 6-8 NRES 456 3
Electives 7-10 Concentration 6-8
    Electives 6-7
 

aCommunication 111 and 112 can be substituted for CMN 101 and RHET 105.

bCultural Studies, Humanities, Social Science, Composition, and Advanced Composition are part of campus-wide General Education requirements. Information about GENED and a list of courses approved for GENED credit by the Office of the Provost can be found here.

cFor NRES students NRES 287 counts as a Western Culture course, but not as a Social Science.

dSelect from ACE 261; CPSC 241; ECON 202; MATH 161; PSYC 235; SOC 280; or STAT 100.

eNRES students in all concentrations are required to earn a minimum of 3 hours in Management Practices, Measurement, & Evaluations – Field Courses. Courses that fulfill this requirement are NRES 276 and NRES 285. Students may complete two different sections of 285 to fulfill this requirement.

fNRES 419 fulfills the advanced composition requirement. See other options to fulfill the advanced composition requirement.

Sample NRES General 8 Semester Plan with Background Coursework

For students placed in CHEM 101 and MATH 012 and having completed 3 years of high school foreign language.

You must complete at least 126 hours to earn the B.S. in NRES.

First Semester 15-16 Hours Second Semester 15-17 Hours
NRES 102 3 CHEM 102 and 103 4
RHET 105 or CMN 101a 3-4 MATH 234 or 220 4-5
MATH 012b 3 RHET 105 or CMN 101a 3-4
CHEM 101 3 General Education Courseb 3
ACES 101 2    
 
Third Semester 17-18 Hours Fourth Semester 15-18 Hours
CHEM 104 and 105 4 NRES 287d 3
IB 104 4 IB 103 4
NRES 201 or GEOL 107 4 NRES 201, GEOG 103, PHYS 101, or MCB 100 3-5
NRES 219 3 General Education Coursea 3
Elective 0-3 Quantitative Reasoning II - Statisticse 3-4
 
Fifth Semester 16-17 Hours Sixth Semester 16-18 Hours
NRES 348 3 Advanced Compositiong 3
NRES 454 3 Field Coursee 1-2
Field Coursef 1-2 Concentration 6-8
ACE 100 or ECON 102 3-4 General Education Coursea 3
Concentration 3 Electives 3-6
Elective 3    
 
Seventh Semester 15-18 Hours Eighth Semester 15-18 Hours
Concentration 6-8 NRES 456 3
Electives 9-12 Concentration 6-8
    Electives 6-7
 

aCommunication 111 and 112 can be substituted for CMN 101 and RHET 105.

bMATH 012 does not count toward the hours required for graduation.

cCultural Studies, Humanities, Social Science, Composition, and Advanced Composition are part of campus-wide General Education requirements. Information about GENED and a list of courses approved for GENED credit by the Office of the Provost can be found here.

dFor NRES students NRES 287 counts as a Western Culture course, but not as a Social Science.

eSelect from ACE 261; CPSC 241; ECON 202; MATH 161; PSYC 235; SOC 280; or STAT 100.

fNRES students in all concentrations are required to earn a minimum of 3 hours in Management Practices, Measurement, & Evaluations – Field Courses. Courses that fulfill this requirement are NRES 276 and NRES 285. Students may complete two different sections of 285 to fulfill this requirement.

gNRES 419 fulfills the advanced composition requirement. See other options to fulfill the composition requirement.