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2010-11 Catalog

2010-11 PLU Catalog (entire pdf) 

Academic Calendar 2010-11 and 2011-12

General Education Program Element Requirements

Courses that fulfill the General Education Program Elements

PLU Educational Philosophy, Mission and Vision

General Information

Academic Policy and Procedures

Academic Structure, Degrees, Majors, Minors, Course Numberings

Student Life and Campus Resources

Undergraduate: Admission, Financial Aid, plus Tuition, Bills, and Payment Information

Graduate: Admission, Policy, Financial Aid, and Tuition Information

Graduate Programs: Master of Arts in Education; Master of Arts (Marriage and Family Therapy); Master of Business Administration; Master of Fine Arts (Creative Writing); Master of Science in Nursing; Dual Master's Degree (M.S.N./M.B.A.)

Curriculum Information and Courses are listed below:

Academic Internship/
Cooperative Education (AICE/COOP)

Environmental Studies
Natural Sciences,
Division of (NSCI)
Anthropology (ANTH) French (FREN) Norwegian (NORW)
Art & Design (ARTD) Geosciences (GEOS)

Nursing, School of (NURS) - UG

Master in Nursing (MSN)

Dual Master in Nursing and Master of Business Administration (MSN/MBA)

Arts and Communication,
School of (SOAC)
German (GERM) Philosophy (PHIL)
Arts and Sciences,
College of
Global Education
Opportunities (Wang Center)
Physics (PHYS)
Biology (BIOL) Global Studies (GLST) Political Science (POLS)

Business, School of (BUSA) - UG

Master of Business Administration (MBA) - GR

Greek and Latin
Studies (includes MILS)
Chemistry (CHEM) Hispanic Studies (HISP) Psychology (PSYC)
Chinese (CHIN) History (HIST) Publishing and
Printing Arts (PPA)
Chinese Studies (CHSP) Humanities,
Division of (HUMA)
Religion (RELI)
Classics (CLAS) Individualized Major (INDV) Scandinavian Area
Studies (SCAN)
Communication and Theatre

Instructional Development
and Leadership

Master of Education (MAE) - GR

Social Sciences,
Division of (SSCI)

Master of Arts (Marriage and Family Therapy, MFTH)

Computer Science and
Computer Engineering (CSCE)
International Honors Program}

 Sociology (SOCI)
and Social Work

Economics (ECON) Languages and Literatures

Statistics (STAT)

Education and Movement Studies,
School of (SEMS)
Mathematics (MATH) Women's and
Gender Studies(WMGS)
Engineering Dual-Degree Program Movement Studies and Wellness Education (MSWE)
Writing (WRIT)

English (ENGL) - UG

Master of Fine Arts (Creative Writing)