Minors

Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Fifteen credits including INTD 252 - Origins of Western Thought II: The Middle Ages and Renaissance

One course from the following:
ENGL 245 - Bristish Literature I
FREN 320 - French Civilization
FREN 420 - Survey of French Literature I
GRMN 420 - Survey of German Literature I

One course from the following:
ENGL 270 - Shakespeare
ENGL 440 - Topics in Shakespeare
ENGL 444 - Elizabethan Drama
A course in the series ENGL 400-449 focusing on topics pertinent to the Middle Ages or Renaissance or both (as approved by the Director of Interdisciplinary Studies)
 
One course from the following:
MUSI 250 - Music History: Medieval-Classical
VISA 100 - Art History: Ancient through Medieval
VISA 101 - Art History: Renaissance through Post-Modern
GENS 353 - History and Philosophy of Science
PHIL 353 - History and Philosphpy of Science
ENGL 320 - Women and Literature: The Middle Ages and Renaissance
HIST 311 - The Age of Transition: 1300-1600
POLS 361 - Ancient and Medieval Political Thought
A course in the series HIST 410-419 focusing on topics pertinent to the Middle Ages or Renaissance or both (as approved by the Director of Interdisciplinary Studies).

One three-credit independent study on a relevant topic taken at Bethany (with prior approval of the Director of Interdisciplinary Studies), or one three-credit course on a relevant subject not included in the Bethany curriculum transferred to Bethany from another college (with approval of the Director of Interdisciplinary Studies)
 

Non-profit Management

Required Courses:
INTD 175 - Nonprofit Management Fundamentals
INTD 320 - Nonprofit Field Study
ACCT 202 - Financial Accounting
ACCT 203 - Managerial Accounting
PSYC/BUSA/ECON 287- Organizations and Human Behavior
ENGL 220 - Writing for Business and Industry
COMM 203 - Principles of Advertising and Public Relations
Three credits from bUSA 482 - Ethics in Business or PHIL 124 - Introduction to Ethics
COMM 206 - Public Speaking and Announcing
COMM 303 - Organizational Communication
ECON/BUSA/ACCT 311 - Principles of Management
ENGL 223 - Technical Writing
MATH 281 - Statiscal Methods I or PSYC 205 - Statistics in Psychology I

Non-profit Marketing

Required Courses:
INTD 175 - Nonprofit Management Fundamentals
INTD 320 - Nonprofit Field Study
ACCT 202 - Financial Accounting
ACCT 203 - Managerial Accounting
ENGL 220 - Writing for Business and Industry
COMM 203 - Principles of Advertising and Public Relations
COMM 412 - Integrated Marketing Communications Campaigns
BUSA/ECON 310 - Principles of Marketing (ECON 163 is a prerequisite)

 

Women's Studies

Fifteen credits from the following courses:
BIOL 115 - Biology of Women
COMM 346 - Gender Communication
ENGL 320 - Women and Literature: The Middle Ages of Renaissance
ENGL 321 - Women and Literature: Modern Western World
ENGL 385 - Women and Literature: The American Experience
ENGL 434 - Jane Austen and Virginia Woolf
INTD 204 - Human Sexuality
INTD 211 - Women of the World
PSYC 210 - Psychology of Women
RELS 101 - Women and the Bible
SOCI 145 - Women's Issues Across the Life Span

 

One three-credit independent study in an appropriate subject taken at Bethany (with prior approval from the Director of Interdisciplinary Studies)
 
One three credit course focusing on a relevant subject not included in the Bethany curriculum transferred to Bethany from another college (with approval of the Director of Interdisciplinary Studies)