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Undecided? The personal attention you’ll receive at Mayville State will really make a difference if you’re not sure what you want to study. Our faculty and staff care about your success, and they’ll provide the assistance you need to choose one of our quality programs.

Finding the Program for You

Mayville State provides the personal attention you will need to find what’s right for you and your future. Our professional advisors are speciallytrained to work with undecided students. Mayville State’s quality General Education program will prepare you for whatever major you choose. Most of these courses are taught by our full-time faculty, who can share with you what their academic program is all about. You can also choose our University Studies program which allows you to design your own program to meet your personal goals.

Advantages

At Mayville State, we give you more of just about everything. A Little More Personal

We pride ourselves on being just the right size to give students the time they deserve.

A Little More Opportunity

You’ll get the opportunity to develop your leadership skills to help you succeed in your career after graduating.

A Little More Success

Our students get jobs. Period. We also have internship opportunities to give you real, hands-on learning experiences and make your resume stand out.

Professional Advising - As an undecided student at Mayville State, you’ll be guided by specially-trained professional advisors who are dedicated to your long-term success. Academic Support - Mayville State’s Academic Support Services will enhance your educational experience with additional instruction, study groups, tutoring and more. Career & Personal Counseling Mayville State’s Career Services can help you explore career options through job shadowing and internships. Counseling Services can help you deal effectively with the personal challenges many students face.

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Student activities are a great way to meet new people and get involved with the campus and community. Mayville State University has a wide variety of student organizations to join. In addition to collegiate athletics, you can get involved in band, choir, theater, student government, religious organizations and more.

Student activities and organizations can also help you find your future. You can gain leadership experience as a student senator or officer in a student organization. You can improve your public speaking skills, gain broadcasting experience in Comet Radio and learn how to make an impact in your community by joining community service projects.

Undecided? Candidates for all baccalaureate degrees are required to complete the general education requirements of the University. The general education requirement is the component basic to the many learning experiences offered in higher education and aims to assist in the realization of the goals and purposes of the University.

Specifically, the general education requirement is intended to provide the student a liberal education that encourages the development of informed involvement in the changing world, to develop appreciation of different modes of learning and to develop an awareness of an integrated core of knowledge.

General Education

General Education Cont’d

English ENGL 110 College Composition I..................... 3 ENGL 120 College Composition II................... 3 Speech COMM 110 Fund. of Public Speaking................ 3 Computer Information Systems CIS 200 Computers In Society...................... 1 Humanities (6 hours required) ENGL 250 Lit. in a Multicultural World............ 3 HUM 220 History of Music.............................. 3 HUM 221 History of Art................................... 3 Social Science (6 hours required) ECON 105 Elements of Economics................... 3 ECON 201 Principles of Microeconomics......... 3 ECON 202 Principles of Macroeconomics........ 3 GEOG 103 Multicultural World/Global Issues...3 HIST 101 Western Civilization I...................... 3 HIST 102 Western Civilization II..................... 3 HIST 103 US to 1877....................................... 3 HIST 104 US since 1877.................................. 3 PSYC 111 Introduction to Psychology.............. 3 SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology................ 3 Additional Humanities or Social Science Course....................... 3

Mathematics (3 hours required) MATH 103 College Algebra............................... 3 MATH 105 Trigonometry................................... 2 MATH 165 Calculus I......................................... 4 Science (4 hours required, 1 lab science) AST 150 Meteorology..................................... 4 BIOL 111 Concepts of Biology........................ 4 BIOL 150 General Biology I............................ 4 BIOL 151 General Biology II........................... 4 BIOL 220 Anatomy & Physiology I................. 4 BIOL 221 Anatomy & Physiology II............... 4 CHEM 121 General Chemistry I........................ 4 CHEM 122 General Chemistry II....................... 4 GEOL 115 Introduction to Geology................... 4 PHYS 211 College Physics I............................. 4 PHYS 212 College Physics II............................ 4 PHYS 251 University Physics I......................... 5 PHYS 252 University Physics II....................... 5 SCNC 101 Natural Science............................... 4 SCNC 102 Physical Science.............................. 4 Additional Mathematics or Science Course............................... 4 NOTE: A 2.00 GPA in General Education courses is required for graduation.

Bachelor of University Studies This flexible degree is available to students who wish to structure their own program of study while selecting classes that are valuable for their personal goals. This degree could be the right fit for you if

you are not sure which program of study you prefer. Students, with the assistance of their academic advisor, create a forty-five semester hour “University Study core.” This core must include a minimum of

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15 semester hours in three different academic departments. In addition to this core, students also select an approved minor and complete 1015 hours of electives, as well as the institutional requirements.


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