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Learning Communities

Students who wish to network with faculty, staff, and students interested in the following majors or fields of study will benefit from participating in the following Learning Communities

Pre-veterinary Medicine Learning Community
Majors Fall Schedule Course Description
Pre-veterinary DGS 101 University Seminar
BIO 120 General Biology
MATH 101/107 Mathematics
ENG 111 Intro to College Composition
ANSC 107 General Animal Science

Pre-healthcare Professional Learning Community
Majors Fall Schedule     Course Description
Pre-medical, Pre-physical therapy DGS 101 University Seminar
Pre-physician Assistant, Pre-chiropractic BIO 120 General Biology
Pre-dental, Pre-optometry MATH 107 College Algebra
Chemistry, Medical Lab Technology ENG 111 Intro to College Composition
CHEM 105/LAB College Chemistry I

business Learning Community
Majors Fall Schedule     Course Description
Business DGS 101 University Seminar
Marketing GB 103 General Business
Management ECON 201 Economics
Human Resource Management HLTH 101 Health and Nutrition

Kinesiology Learning Community
Majors Fall Schedule     Course Description
Exercise and Sports Studies DGS 101 University Seminar
Health and Physical Education PSY 101 General Psychology
KIN 200 Foundations of Exercise and Sports

Secondary education certification Learning Community
Majors Fall Schedule     Course Description
Pursuing various majors DGS 101 University Seminar
with the intent HIST 201 History
to teach at the MATH 101/107 Mathematics
High School level ENG 111/112/210 Intro to College Composition

Engineering Learning Community
Majors Fall Schedule     Course Description
Engineering DGS 101 University Seminar
Hydrology ENGR 111 Engineering
Computer Science PHYS Physics
Engineering Technology MATH Math
HYD/CS Hydrology/Computer Science

AGriculture Learning Community
Majors Fall Schedule     Course Description
Wildlife Management DGS 101 University Seminar
BIO 120 General Biology
MATH 101/107 Mathematics
ENG 111 Intro to College Composition
ANSC 107 General Animal Science

Psychology Learning Community
Majors Fall Schedule     Course Description
Psychology DGS 101 University Seminar
PHIL 101 Intro to Philosophy
MATH 101/107 Mathematics
ENG 111/112 Intro to College Composition
PSY 101 Intro to Psychology

Nursing Learning Community
Majors Fall Schedule     Course Description
Nursing DGS 101 University Seminar
BIO 219 Anatomy and Physiology
MATH 107 College Algebra
ENG 111 Intro to College Composition
PSY 101 Intro to Psychology

Music Learning Community
Majors Fall Schedule     Course Description
Music DGS 101 University Seminar
ENG 111 Intro to College Composition
MATH 108 Elementary Applied Mathematics
MUSC 213 Fundamentals of Music/Lab
UNDECLARED Learning Community
Majors Fall Schedule     Course Description
Not decided on a major DGS 101 University Seminar
Exploring majors PSY 101 General Psychology
MATH 101/107 Mathematics
ENG 111 Intro to College Composition
THEA 105 Intro to Theater
education/interdisciplinary studies Learning Community
Majors Fall Schedule     Course Description
Students pursuing DGS 101 University Seminar
Elementary Education PSY 101 General Psychology
Certification MATH 101/107 Mathematics
ENG 111/112/210 English

LEADERSHIP Learning Community
Majors Fall Schedule     Course Description
Students pursuing DGS 101 University Seminar
any major ENG 111/112 Intro to College Composition
interested in growing PSY 101 Psychology
leadership skills

Global Perspective Studies (GPs) Learning Community
Majors Fall Schedule     Course Description
Students pursuing DGS 101 University Seminar
any major ENG 111/112 Intro to College Composition
interested in learning POLS 201 Political Science
about globalization SPANISH Spanish

Important

Course enrollment is dependent upon University Mathematics and English placement rules. Students placed in Math 100 or English 100 will be evaluated on an individual basis due to blocked scheduling requirements. Participants must meet Learning Community eligibility requirements and will be selected on a first come, first serve basis.

Learning Community Application

Steps to Take

  1. Apply and be a regularly admitted student to Tarleton State University for Summer or Fall semester.
  2. Submit your complete Learning Community Application.
  3. Complete your Residential Living & Learning Housing Application/Contract and $100.00 deposit.
  4. Identify Math and English placement through our testing center. Students placed in MATH 100 or ENG 100 will be evaluated on an individual basis for admission into the program. Each Learning Community has identified Math and English placement requirements.

 


 


 


 


 


 

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