Addenda

Correction to Advanced Placement History Credit

(Approved 6/28/16)

History/US HY 120, HY 121 Passing Score: 3

History/World HY 104, HY 105 Passing Score: 3

New Minor in Forensic Science

(Approved 6/22/16)

Minor Requirements for Forensic Science

RequirementsHours
Students will be required to take the following courses:
JS 110Introduction to Forensic Science3
JS 250Criminalistics: An Overview3
Students will select 2 of the following forensic science electives:6
Forensic Anthropology
Forensic Science Lab I
Introduction to Computer Forensics
Research Methods in Forensic Science
Investigation of Fires and Explosions
Students will select 2 of the following natural science electives:6
BY 123
  & 123L
Introductory Biology I
   and Introductory Biology I Laboratory
BY 124
  & 124L
Introductory Biology II
   and Introductory Biology II Laboratory
Genetics
Molecular Genetics
General Chemistry I
   and General Chemistry I Laboratory
General Chemistry II
   and General Chemistry II Laboratory
CH 355
  & 355L
Quantitative Analysis
   and Quantitative Analysis Laboratory
CH 450
  & 450L
Instrumental Analysis
   and Instrumental Analysis Laboratory
Total Hours18

New BS in Immunology

(Approved 6/17/16)

Major Requirements for Immunology

RequirementsHours
Required courses 1
BY 123
  & 123L
Introductory Biology I
   and Introductory Biology I Laboratory
4
BY 124
  & 124L
Introductory Biology II
   and Introductory Biology II Laboratory
4
BY 210Genetics3
BY 271Biology of Microorganisms4
BY 311Molecular Genetics3
BY 330Cell Biology3
BY 409Principles of Human Physiology4
BY 434Functional Genomics and Systems Biology3
BY 440Immunology3
BY 492Biology Capstone - Undergraduate Research4
CH 115
  & CH 116
General Chemistry I
   and General Chemistry I Laboratory
4
CH 117
  & CH 118
General Chemistry II
   and General Chemistry II Laboratory
4
CH 235
  & CH 236
Organic Chemistry I
   and Organic Chemistry I Laboratory
4
CH 237
  & CH 238
Organic Chemistry II
   and Organic Chemistry II Laboratory
4
CH 460Fundamentals of Biochemistry3
MA 125Calculus I4
MA 180Introduction to Statistics3
MIC 401Foundations in Immunology I: The Innate Immune System3
MIC 402Foundations in Immunology II: The Adaptive Immune System3
MIC 403Foundations in Immunology III: Microbial Pathogen-Immune System Interaction3
MIC 404Foundations in Immunology IV: Immunologically-Mediated Diseases3
MIC 450Current Topics in Immunology1
MIC 451Seminar in Immunology Research1
Physics 28
College Physics I
   and College Physics II
General Physics I
   and General Physics II
Honors Research
Undergraduate Research9
Undergraduate Research
Total Hours92
1

 Students must satisfactorily complete a minimum of 123 semester hours (including Core Curriculum) with no grades lower than a C in the major.

2

 Complete either trig-based or calculus-based physics series.

New BA in Computer and Information Sciences

(Approved 6/17/16)

Major Requirements for B.A. in Computer and Information Sciences

RequirementsHours
A grade of C or better is required in all of the following courses. At least 12 hours of CS courses at the 300-level or above must be taken at UAB
Mathematics Requirement
MA 125Calculus I4
Required CIS Courses
CS 103
  & 103L
Introduction to Computation
   and Introduction to Computation Lab
4
CS 203
  & 203L
Object-Oriented Programming
   and Object-Oriented Programming Lab
4
CS 250Discrete Structures3
CS 303Algorithms and Data Structures4
CS 330Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming3
CS 499Senior Capstone3
Complete one of the following courses:3
Software Engineering
Operating Systems
CIS Electives 112
Select four courses in Computer and Information Sciences (CIS), each course at the 300-level or above, and each course at least 3 hours. One of these 4 courses must be at the 400-level or above.
A minor is required
If a student completes a double major, the minor requirement is waived.
Total Hours40
1

 Students may take a maximum of 3 hours combined of the following independent courses: CS 398, CS 399, CS 496.

New BS in Human Resource Management

(Approved 6/17/16)

Major Requirements for Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management

RequirementsHours
Required courses:
MG 401Organizational Behavior3
MG 409Human Resource Management3
MG 411Compensation Administration3
MG 412Employee Selection and Development3
MG 413Employment Law3
MG 425Managing Through Leadership3
Select 2 elective courses from the following:6
Management Processes and Behavior
Nonprofit Organization Mgmt/SL
Managing Innovation
Business and Society
Operations Management
Labor-Management Relations
International Business Dynamics
Supply Chain Management
Project Management
Quality Management
Management and Leadership in Sports Organizations
Managerial Communication Skills
Management Internship
Management Seminar/SL
Current Topics in Production and Operations Managemt
Current Topics in Human Resource Management
Total Hours24

New courses approved for Core Curriculum

(Approved 6/6/16)

Area I Written Composition:

EH 106/ EH 096L is approved to fulfill the requirements of EH 101.

EH 107/EH 097L  is approved to fulfill the requirements of EH 102.

Area II Humanities and Fine Arts:

ARS 280 is approved for inclusion in Area II.

POR 101 and POR 102 were approved for inclusion in Area II.

Area III Natural Science and Mathematics:

BY 108/BY 109 is approved as Area III laboratory science course.

MA 225 is approved for Area III mathematics.

MA 226 is approved for Area III mathematics.

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