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Liberal Arts New Student Orientation Summer 2010

  1. 1. COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS<br />
  2. 2. Alpha/Omega =<br />first & last of Greek<br />alphabet symbolizing<br />the scope of studies<br />of Liberal Arts<br />White = humanities,<br />arts & letters<br />Open Book =<br />the learning<br />process &<br />literacy<br />Torch =<br />knowledge<br />Color Stripes =<br />disciplines<br />LIBERAL ARTS SEAL<br />
  3. 3. Latin = “liberalis”Spanish = “libre”<br />“appropriate for free men – <br />the elite as opposed <br />to trade skills”<br />knowledge and general intellectual skills<br />
  4. 4. Charlotte looked at him in a teacherly fashion. <br />“You know what liberal arts means?”<br />Pause. Rumination. “ ….no.”<br />“It’s from Latin.” Charlotte was the very picture of kind patience. “In Latin liber means free. It also means book but that’s just a coincidence, I think. Anyway, the Romans had slaves from all over the world, and some of the slaves were very bright, like the Greeks. The Romans would let the slaves get educated in all sorts of practical subjects, like math, like engineering so they could build things, like music so they could be entertainers. But only Roman citizens, the free people? -- Liber? -- could take things like rhetoric and literature and history and theology and philosophy. Because they were the arts of persuasion – and they didn’t want the slaves to learn how to present arguments that might inspire them to unite and rise up or something. So the “liberal” arts are the arts of persuasion, and they didn’t want anybody but free citizens knowing how to persuade people”<br />TOM WOLFEI AM CHARLOTTE SIMMONS<br />
  5. 5. WHY LIBERAL ARTS?<br />
  6. 6. Goals of a Liberal ArtsEducation<br />1) To teach students how to think critically and how to build intellectual muscles that will allow them to analyze and organize ideas<br />2) To broaden students’ understanding of the world by forcing them to grapple with underlying principles and issues that are behind the challenges in today’s global environment<br />
  7. 7. Liberal Arts Skills That Are Most Useful in Careers and Professions (a short list!)<br />Writing <br />Speaking <br />Foreign languages and cross-cultural knowledge <br />Numeracy <br />Research and information retrieval <br />Analytical thinking <br />Creative thinking <br />Effective with ambiguity <br />Learning and synthesizing new ideas <br />
  8. 8. Paul Johnson<br />BA Spanish<br />President, DPT Laboratories<br />J. James Rohack<br />BA Psychology<br />President, American Medical Association<br />Randy de la Garza<br />BA Political Science<br />President and CFO of La Garza Public <br />Relations, Inc.<br />John W. Rolph<br />BA History<br />Administrative Law Judge<br />Alfredo Corchado<br />BA Journalism<br />Foreign Correspondent-Dallas Morning<br />News and a Nieman Fellow at Harvard <br />University <br />ALUMNI FIND JOBS IN ALL AREAS!<br />
  9. 9. The College of Liberal Arts <br />is the LARGEST College on the campus of the <br />University of Texas at El Paso <br />Over 6,500 Students!<br />
  10. 10. COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS OFFERS THE FOLLOWING DEGREES:<br /><ul><li>BA – Bachelor of Arts
  11. 11. BFA – Bachelor of Fine Arts
  12. 12. BM – Bachelor of Music
  13. 13. BS – Bachelor of Science
  14. 14. MA – Master of Arts
  15. 15. MFA – Master of Fine Arts
  16. 16. MAIS – Master of Arts in </li></ul> Interdisciplinary Studies<br /><ul><li>PhD – Doctor of Philosophy</li></li></ul><li>WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE IN THE UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES?<br /><ul><li>BA – Bachelor of Arts
  17. 17. Languages, Block Electives, Minor in all Liberal Arts
  18. 18. BFA – Bachelor of Fine Arts
  19. 19. No languages, no Block Electives, Minor in area only for Art
  20. 20. No Minor in Dance, Theatre Arts, Music Theatre
  21. 21. BM – Bachelor of Music
  22. 22. Restricted language, no Block Electives, no Minor
  23. 23. BS – Bachelor of Science
  24. 24. Psychology only -- No languages, no Block Electives,
  25. 25. Minor in Science area only</li></li></ul><li>UNDERGRADUATE MAJORS AND MINORS<br />64 Areasof study <br />for MAJORS<br />65 Areas of study <br />for MINORS<br />Over 2,000 combinations of majors and minors!<br />
  26. 26. THREE AREAS OF THE <br />COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS<br />
  27. 27. 1. FINE & PERFORMING ARTS<br />ART<br />MUSIC<br />DANCE<br />FILM<br />THEATRE ARTS<br />MUSEUM STUDIES<br />ART HISTORY <br />
  28. 28. 2. HUMANITIES <br />HISTORY<br />HUMANITIES<br />PHILOSOPHY<br />ENGLISH<br />CREATIVE <br /> WRITING<br />LANGUAGES <br />
  29. 29. 3. SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE<br />SOCIOLOGY<br />PSYCHOLOGY<br />CRIMINAL JUSTICE <br />ANTHROPOLOGY<br />COMMUNICATION<br />POLITICAL SCIENCE<br />LINGUISTICS<br />
  30. 30. CULTURAL, GENDER & AREA STUDIES PROGRAMS<br />Asian Studies<br />Military Science<br />Chicano Studies<br />Women’s Studies<br />Religious Studies<br />African American Studies<br />Inter-American Jewish Studies<br />Latin American & Border Studies<br />
  31. 31. SPECIAL PROGRAMS & CENTERS<br />KTEP<br />Borderzine<br />Rio Grande Review <br />UTEP Dinner Theatre<br />Sam Donaldson Center<br />Institute of Oral History<br />West Texas Writing Project<br />Communicaton Multimedia Lab<br />Center for Inter-American and Border Studies<br />Investigative Interviewing Research Laboratory<br />Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts<br />The Center for Science, Technology, Ethics and Policy <br />Prevention and Treatment in Clinical Health (PATCH) Lab<br />Teacher Preparation- Center for Arts & Science Education<br />Psycholinguistic Research and Bilingualism and Reading (PROBAR) Lab<br />
  32. 32. LIBERAL ARTS BA DEGREE COMPONENTS<br />UNIVERSITY CORE<br />LIBERAL GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS<br /> Language requirement<br /> Block electives requirement<br />MAJOR<br />MINOR<br />
  33. 33. FIRST COMPONENT “UNIVERSITY CORE”<br />All UTEP students must <br />take the core courses <br />and pass through<br />Liberal Arts<br />
  34. 34. STUDENTS CAN DUAL FULFILL IN THIS AREA!<br />Univ Core + Major<br />Univ Core + Minor<br />
  35. 35. EXAMPLE: PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS NEED PSYC 1301 FOR THEIR MAJOR BUT CAN ALSO TAKE IT FOR THEIR UNIVERSITY CORE AND THE CLASS CAN COUNT FOR BOTH<br />DUAL FULFILL<br />
  36. 36. Preferred for English and American<br />Literature and Creative Writing majors<br />I. Communication – 9 credits<br /> (6 credits from English composition and 3 credits from public speaking) <br /> ENGL 1311 AND ENGL 1312 or 1313<br /> ESOL 1311 AND ESOL 1312<br /> [and ESOL 1310] [and ESOL 1310 if <br /> not taken with ESOL 1311]<br />  ENGL 1611 – (may be substituted as COMM 1301 and ENGL 1311)<br />Recommended for Business, Engineering and Science majors<br /> COMM 1301<br /> COMM 1302<br />
  37. 37. Psychology Majors AND Minors,<br />Business Minors,<br />Criminal Justice Majors<br />II. Mathematics – 3-5 credits (choice of one class depending on major)<br />  MATH 1320  MATH 1508<br />  MATH 1319<br />Science and Engineering<br />All Liberal Arts majors except those mentioned in green bubble<br />
  38. 38. UTEP Course Placement<br />COLLEGE LEVELCOURSES<br />DEVELOPMENTAL COURSES<br />MATH SEQUENCE<br />MATH<br />1319<br />MATH<br />1508<br />MATH<br />1411<br />Additional<br />MATH<br />Courses<br />EPCC Courses<br />MATH<br />0300<br />MATH<br />0301<br />MATH<br />0310<br />MATH<br />0311<br />MATH<br />1320<br />MATH<br />2301<br />EPCC Courses<br />READING SEQUENCE<br />HIST<br />1301<br />HIST<br />1302<br />PSYC<br />1301<br />READ<br />0307<br />ENGL<br />0310<br />POLS<br />2310<br />POLS<br />2311<br />SOCI<br />1301<br />EPCC Course<br />ENGLISH SEQUENCE<br />ENGL 0111 <br />May be required<br />ENGL<br />0309<br />ENGL<br />0311<br />ENGL<br />1312<br />ENGL<br />1311<br />EPCC Course<br />Updated: 4/06<br />
  39. 39. Accuplacer scores are good for TWO YEARS<br />MATH<br />
  40. 40. III. Natural Sciences – 6 – 8 credits<br /> ASTR 1307 and 1308 and 1107 or 1108 <br /> BIOL 1303 and 1304 and 1103 or 1104 <br /> BIOL 1305-1107 and 1306-1108<br /> BIOL 1305-1107 and 2311-2111<br /> BIOL 1305-1107 and 2313-2113<br /> CHEM 1407 and 1408<br /> CHEM 1305-1105 and 1306-1106<br /> ESCI 1301-1101 and BIOL 1306-1108<br /> ESCI 1301-1101 and BIOL 1303-1103 <br /> ESCI 1301-1101 and GEOL 1313-1103<br /> ESCI 1301-1101 and GEOL 1311<br /> ESCI 1301-1101 and GEOG 1306-1106<br /> GEOL 1311 and 1312<br /> GEOL 1311 and GEOG 1306-1106<br /> GEOL 1312 and GEOG 1306-1106<br /> GEOL 1313-1103 and GEOG 1306-1106<br /> GEOL 1313-1103 and 1314-1104<br />PHYS 1403 and 1404<br /> PHYS 2420 and 2421<br />MUST COMPLETE SEQUENCE!<br />
  41. 41. Almost all courses in the Humanities block are sophomore courses… the student should wait until he/she is a sophomore before taking these courses.<br />IV. Humanities – 3 credits (choice of one class) <br />  ENGL 2311  HIST 2301  PHIL 1301<br />  ENGL 2312  HIST 2302  PHIL 2306<br />  ENGL 2313 <br /> ENGL 2314 <br /> ENGL 2318<br />HUMANITIES<br />The pre-requisite for the highlighted<br />courses is ENGL 1312/1313<br />
  42. 42. IV. Humanities – 3 credits (choice of one class) <br />  ENGL 2311  HIST 2301  PHIL 1301<br />  ENGL 2312  HIST 2302  PHIL 2306<br />  ENGL 2313 <br /> ENGL 2314 <br /> ENGL 2318<br />Recommended for English Teaching & Creative Writing Majors intending to Minor in<br />Secondary Education<br />Recommended for<br />Philosophy Majors<br />Recommended<br />for History and<br />Social Studies<br />Majors<br />HUMANITIES<br />
  43. 43. VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS!<br />V. Visual & Performing Arts – <br />3 credits (choice of one class) <br />  ART 1300<br /> ARTS 3320  DANC 1304<br /> MUSL 1321<br />  ARTH 1305  MUSL 1324  THEA 1313<br />  ARTH 1306  MUSL 1327  FILM 1390<br />Recommended for all<br />Art Majors<br />
  44. 44. VI. U.S. History – <br />6 credits (both classes required)<br /> HIST 1301<br />  HIST 1302<br />Reading-Intensive<br />Courses<br />
  45. 45. VII. Political Science – <br />6 credits (both classes required)<br /> POLS 2310<br />  POLS 2311<br />Reading-Intensive<br />Courses<br />
  46. 46. SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL <br />SCIENCES<br />Intro. to Linguistics<br />may be cross-listed with<br />Anthropology or English<br />VIII. Social & Behavioral Sciences – 3 credits (choice of one class)<br />  ANTH 1301  GEOG 1310<br />  ANTH 1302  LING/ANTH/ENGL 2320 <br />  PSYC 1301 *Reading-intensive course<br />  ECON 1301  SOCI 1301 *Reading-intensive course<br /> ECON 2303<br />  ECON 2304<br />Reading-Intensive<br />Courses<br />
  47. 47. SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL <br />SCIENCES<br />VIII. Social & Behavioral Sciences – 3 credits (choice of one class)<br />  ANTH 1301  GEOG 1310<br />  ANTH 1302 <br /> LING/ANTH/ENGL 2320 <br /> ECON 1301, 2303, 2304 <br />  PSYC 1301 <br />  SOCI 1301<br /> ECON 2303<br />  ECON 2304<br />Recommended<br />For Social Studies<br />and History Majors<br />with Secondary <br />Education Minor<br />Recommended for<br />Anthropology Majors<br />Recommended for<br />Linguistics Majors<br />Recommended for<br />Psychology Majors<br />Recommended for<br />Sociology Majors<br />
  48. 48. For Freshmen only!<br />Make sure student takes this<br />course during freshmen year.<br />IX. Institutionally Designated Option – <br />3 credits (choice of one class) <br /> For students with For students with <br />29 or fewer credits 30 or more credits <br /> UNIV 1301 UNIV 2350<br />Prerequisites: ENGL 1312/1313 <br />and Sophomore standing<br />
  49. 49. ANY QUESTIONS?<br />
  50. 50. SECOND COMPONENT<br />LIBERAL ARTS GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS<br />1) LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT<br />2) BLOCK ELECTVEs REQUIREMENT<br />
  51. 51. LIBERAL ARTSLANGUAGE REQUIREMENT<br />
  52. 52. LANGUAGES!<br />STUDENTS MUST TAKE THEIR LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS EARLY!<br />BA - Art ED Majors, NO LANGUAGE<br /> REQUIREMENTS<br />BFA - NO LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS<br />BM – RESTRICTED LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS<br />BS - NO LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT<br />
  53. 53. LANGUAGES AVAILABLE<br />ARABIC <br />FRENCH<br />GERMAN<br />HEBREW<br />ITALIAN<br />LATIN<br />PERSIAN<br />PORTUGUESE<br />RUSSIAN<br />SPANISH <br />
  54. 54. PLACEMENT TESTS<br />TESTING CENTER:<br />FRENCH <br />SPANISH<br />LANGUAGES & LINGUISTICS DEPT:<br />ARABIC<br />GERMAN<br />HEBREW<br />ITALIAN<br />LATIN<br />RUSSIAN<br />PORTUGUESE<br />PERSIAN<br />Don’t confuse with CLEP tests<br />Special Note:<br />Only placement tests taken at UTEP <br />will count at UTEP<br />
  55. 55. CLEP TESTS<br />CAN ONLY CLEP OUT OF:<br />SPANISH 1301 AND SPANISH 1302<br />FRENCH 1301 AND FRENCH 1302<br />(freshman classes ONLY!)<br />It’s not recommended that you take the<br />CLEP test for the language requirements!<br />
  56. 56. PLACEMENT TESTS<br />Will PLACE student INTO a class:<br />Example:<br />Spanish 1301<br />Spanish 1302<br />Spanish 2301<br />Spanish 2302<br />Spanish 33XX<br />
  57. 57. PLACEMENT TESTS<br />If student PLACESINTO:<br />Example:<br />Spanish 1301<br />Spanish 1302 THIS CLASS… will take this class and remaining classes needed (and will get credit for 1301)<br />Spanish 2301<br />Spanish 2302<br />Spanish 33XX<br />
  58. 58. PLACEMENT TESTS<br />If student PLACESINTO:<br />Example:<br />Spanish 1301<br />Spanish 1302 <br />Spanish 2301<br />Spanish 2302 THIS CLASS… will take this class and be done with requirements (and get credit for 1301, 1302 and 2301)<br />Spanish 33XX<br />
  59. 59. LANGUAGE COURSESUnderlined courses are the requirements. Courses prior to underlined courses are the pre-requisites.<br />ARABIC – ARAB 1501, 1502, 2401, 2402<br />FRENCH – FREN 1301, 1302, 2301, 2302<br />GERMAN – GERM 1301, 1302, 2301, 2302<br />HEBREW – LING 2303, 2304<br />ITALIAN – LING 2303, 2304<br />LATIN – LATN 2303, 2304<br />PERSIAN – LING 2303 PART 1 & 2, 2304 PART 3 & 4<br />PORTUGUESE – PORT 2301, 2302<br />RUSSIAN – LING 2303, 2304<br />SPANISH – SPAN 1301, 1302, 2301, 2302 (2303, 2304)<br />
  60. 60. ANOTHER THING ABOUT THOSE LANGUAGES<br />If a student MAJORS in Spanish or French, he/she CAN NOT use that same language to satisfy the language requirement under the Liberal Arts Gen Ed Requirements.<br />If a student MINORS in Spanish or French, he/she CAN use the same language to satisfy the language requirement under the Liberal Arts Gen Ed Requirements.<br />
  61. 61. LIBERAL ARTSBLOCK ELECTIVES<br />
  62. 62. WHY,<br />WHAT’S THE PURPOSE,<br />I DON’T GET IT,<br />THOSE CLASSES AREN’T IN MY MAJOR,<br />I DON’T WANT TO TAKE THOSE CLASSES!<br />PLEASE EXPLAIN!<br />
  63. 63. “liberalis!”<br />knowledge and general intellectual skills<br />well rounded<br />
  64. 64. THREE BLOCKS CORRESPONDING TO THE THREE AREAS IN LIBERAL ARTS<br />1) FINE & PERFORMING ARTS<br />2) HUMANITIES<br />3) SOCIAL& BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES<br />
  65. 65. HERE ARE THE RULES:<br />MUST TAKE <br />18 HOURS<br />BA ART & THEATRE – 12 HOURS<br />BA ART ED – no block electives<br />BFA, BM, BS – no block electives<br />
  66. 66. MUST BE JUNIOR <br />OR SENIOR <br />LEVEL CLASSES<br />(classes that begin with “33xx” OR “43xx”)<br />
  67. 67. MUST NOT HAVE <br />PRE-REQUISITES<br />SOME EXCEPTIONS – IF THE PRE-REQUISITE IS A<br /> CORE REQUIREMENT<br />
  68. 68. REMEMBER -- 18 HOURS!<br />HERE IS HOW WE <br />BREAK IT DOWN:<br />Must take at least 3hours<br />in EACH block.<br />Period.<br />Finito.<br />
  69. 69. FINE & PERFORMING <br />ARTS 3<br />2) HUMANITIES 3<br />3) SOCIAL& BEHAVIORAL <br />SCIENCES 3<br />
  70. 70. NEXT RULE ….<br />A STUDENT CAN NOT<br />TAKE MORE THAN<br />NINE<br />HOURS IN ANY<br />BLOCK<br />
  71. 71. SO, THE DISTRIBUTION OF HOURS WORKS OUT LIKE THIS<br />6/6/6<br />
  72. 72. FINE & PERFORMING <br />ARTS 6<br />2) HUMANITIES 6<br />3) SOCIAL& BEHAVIORAL <br />SCIENCES 6<br />
  73. 73. OR…the distribution can work out like this:<br />Any combination of<br />9/6/3<br />
  74. 74. FINE & PERFORMING <br />ARTS 9<br />2) HUMANITIES 3<br />3) SOCIAL& BEHAVIORAL <br />SCIENCES 6<br />
  75. 75. FINE & PERFORMING <br />ARTS 3<br />2) HUMANITIES 6<br />3) SOCIAL& BEHAVIORAL <br />SCIENCES 9<br />
  76. 76. FINE & PERFORMING <br />ARTS 6<br />2) HUMANITIES 9<br />3) SOCIAL& BEHAVIORAL <br />SCIENCES 3<br />YOU GET THE POINT!<br />
  77. 77. ROAD BLOCK!<br />A STUDENT CAN NOT<br />TAKE ANY COURSES IN<br />THE BLOCK ELECTIVES <br />THAT ARE IN THE SAME <br />AREA AS HIS/HER <br />MAJOR OR MINOR.<br />
  78. 78. No<br />Exceptions!<br />
  79. 79. CAUTION, CAUTION,CAUTION!<br />SOME CLASSES ARE CROSS-LISTED <br />WITH OTHER CLASSES.<br />IN OTHER WORDS, SOME CLASSES <br />HAVE TWO TITLES BECAUSE THEY ARE <br />USED IN TWO DIFFERENT AREAS<br />
  80. 80. ROAD BLOCK – part 2!<br />A STUDENT CAN NOT <br />TAKE THE CLASS IF IT <br />IS CROSS-LISTED <br />WITH A CLASS IN<br />HIS/HER MAJOR <br />OR MINOR<br />
  81. 81. NOW FOR THE CULTURAL, GENDER AND AREASTUDIES COURSES<br />A STUDENT CAN TAKE <br />COURSES FROM THIS AREA AND <br />THEY WILL COUNT AS PART OF <br />THE BLOCK ELECTIVES <br />AS ASSIGNED IN THE SCHEDULE <br />
  82. 82. CULTURAL, GENDER & AREA STUDIES PROGRAMS<br />Asian Studies<br />Military Science<br />Chicano Studies<br />Women’s Studies<br />Religious Studies<br />African American Studies<br />Inter-American Jewish Studies<br />Latin American & Border Studies<br />
  83. 83. PLEASE NOTE:<br />NOCLASSES IN THE <br />BLOCK ELECTIVES<br />CAN DUAL FULFILL<br />WITH COURSES IN <br />THE UNIVERSITY CORE,<br />THE MAJOR <br />OR THE MINOR!<br />
  84. 84. ANY QUESTIONS?<br />
  85. 85. THIRD & FOURTH COMPONENT<br />MAJOR and MINOR<br />Every Liberal Arts BA student <br />MUST have a MINOR!<br />(except Digital Media)<br />
  86. 86. OTHER THINGS…<br />
  87. 87. MATH AND LANGUAGE HOLDS<br /> Students who exceed 45+ hours and have not started the Math or Language requirements will have a hold placed on their records!<br /> TAKE MATH AND LANGUAGE REQUIRMENTS EARLY!<br />
  88. 88. GPA<br />IN ORDER TO GRADUATE A STUDENT<br />NEEDS<br />THE FOLLOWING GPA:<br />CUMULATIVE: 2.0<br />MAJOR: 2.0<br />MINOR: 2.0<br />P.S. – Students can not transfer<br />from another College to College of<br />Liberal Arts unless they have<br />a GPA of 2.0+<br />
  89. 89. DEAN’S LIST (YAY!)<br />IF A STUDENT COMPLETES AT LEAST 12 HOURS AND HAS EARNED A SEMESTER GPA OF 3.5 OR ABOVE – THE STUDENT IS PLACED ON THE DEAN’S LIST!<br />THIS HONOR IS NOTED ON THE STUDENT’S ACADEMIC RECORD!<br />
  90. 90. CAUTION,<br />CAUTION,<br />CAUTION!<br />IF THE STUDENT FALLS BELOW A CUMULATIVE 2.0 GPA<br />DURING ANY SEMESTER <br />HE/SHE WILL BE PLACED ON PROBATION OR SUSPENSION!<br />
  91. 91. GRADE REPLACEMENTS<br />ONLY FRESHMAN COURSES <br />TAKEN AT UTEP<br />CAN GRADE REPLACE<br />BUT ….<br />
  92. 92. SECOND TIME STICKS FOR GPA!<br />
  93. 93. AFTER SECOND ATTEMPT AT A COURSE:<br />PAY MORE<br />MONEY!<br />
  94. 94. NEW WITHDRAWAL POLICY<br />ONLY ALLOWED<br />SIX<br />WITHDRAWALS<br />
  95. 95. ADVISING MODEL:Shared<br />Student<br />AAC<br />Humanities<br />Social & Behavioral <br />Sciences<br />Academic<br />Dept.<br />Student<br />Academic<br />Dept.<br />Fine & Performing <br />Arts<br />AAC = Academic Advising Center<br />
  96. 96. DEGREE PLANS<br />For all degree plans:<br />degreeplans.utep.edu<br />For your personal degree plan:<br />Goldmine/Records/Degree Evaluation<br />
  97. 97. DEGREE PLANS<br />At 60 hours, request an official degree plan with the College of Liberal Arts <br /> to ensure that you are on the right<br /> track!<br />
  98. 98. ANY QUESTIONS?<br />

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