BS Four-Year Degree Plan

The following is a sample schedule for this major – your actual schedule may vary.

Meet with your advisor and review the class schedule before confirming your schedule.

Missouri State is committed to helping you graduate in four years.

The following degree plan, last reviewed 07-03-2018, is based on the 2018-19 catalog and Missouri State general education requirements.

First semester (fall)

Courses Hours
The Arts - General Education 3
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Total hours 17

Second semester (spring)

Courses Hours
Quantitative Literacy - General Education 3
Social and Behavioral Sciences - General Education 3
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Total hours 15

Third semester (fall)

Courses Hours
Humanities - General Education 3
Writing II 3
Open 3
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Total hours 18

Fourth semester (spring)

Courses Hours
Cultural Competence - General Education 3
Public Issues - General Education 3
Open 3
Open 3
Open 3
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Total hours 18

Fifth semester (fall)

Courses Hours
Life Sciences - General Education 3-4
Open 3
Open 3
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Total hours 15-16

Sixth semester (spring)

Courses Hours
Physical Sciences - General Education 3-4
Social and Behavioral Sciences - General Education 3
Open 3
Open 3
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Total hours 15-16

Seventh semester (fall)

Courses Hours
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Open 3
Open 3
THE or DAN elective (approved by advisor) 3
THE or DAN elective (approved by advisor) 3
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Total hours 18

Eighth semester (spring)

Courses Hours
Open 3
Open 3
THE or DAN elective (approved by advisor) 3
THE or DAN elective (approved by advisor) 3
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Total hours 13

Special notes

  • This degree is a non-comprehensive major and a minor or a second major is required.
  • Courses listed as "open" can be used towards a minor and/or second major and/or free electives.

Tips for success

  • THE 130 and THE 150 should be taken as soon as possible as they are prerequisites for a number of courses.
  • A number of courses are only offered every other semester or every other year. Please be mindful of these periodicities as visit your advisor often to stay on track.