MEXICAN AMERICAN CATHOLIC COLLEGE Unofficial Degree Plan Cohort 2009-2013 Degree: Bachelor of Arts (Minimum 124

Hrs.) Name: _______________________________________________ Advisor ______________________________________________ THEOLOGY AND SCRIPTURE (36 Hrs.) THEO 1210 Introduction to Biblical Studies THEO 1241 Introduction to Liturgy THEO 1320 Catholic Biblical Interpretation – Old Testament THEO 1380 The Theology of the Creed: Faith Professed THEO 2332 Catholic Biblical Interpretation – New Testament THEO 2340 Introduction to Dogmatic Theology THEO 2382 Sacramental Theology: The Faith Celebrated THEO 3381 Christ and the Church THEO 3383 Faith and Culture THEO 3384 Moral Theology: The Faith Lived THEO 3386 Catholic Spiritual Traditions: The Faith Prayed THEO 4288 Ecumenism & Inter-religious Dialogue THEO 4350 Catholic Social Teaching Hours 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 Major: PHILOSOPHY ID #__________________________________ Date ________________________________ Completed Comments

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (32 Hrs.) Hours Completed Comments Philosophy – PHIL 1310 Introduction to Philosophy 3 Classical Literature (Greek or Latin) (UIW ENGL2310) 3 Classical Literature (Greek or Latin) 3 History – World History (UIW HIST 1311/1312) 3 History – HIST 4351 History of the Catholic Church 3 Behavioral or Social Sciences (SOCI 3325/3327/ 3343) 3 Mathematics (MATH 2310; UIW: MATH 1304/1306/2303) 3 Ancient Languages (Greek or Latin)** 3 Ancient Languages (Greek or Latin)** 3 Fine Arts: THEO 3312 Sacred Art and Architecture 3 Fine Arts (HUMN 1372, 1374 ; PSTR 1242) 2 Capstone course * (3) * Certain multidisciplinary catalog courses can be taken as Capstone courses; Capstone courses may also be counted for credit toward other degree requirements. ** ENGL/SPAN 2313 can substitute for 3 of these hours.

Rev Date: 12/11/2009

PHILOSOPHY CURRICULUM (35 Hrs) PHIL 1311 Introduction to Logic PHIL 2321 Ancient Philosophy PHIL 2323 Medieval Philosophy PHIL 2342 Philosophy of Nature & Being PHIL 3325 Modern Philosophy PHIL 3327 Contemporary Philosophy PHIL 3363 Natural Theology PHIL 3384 Epistemology PHIL 4375 Philosophical Anthropology PHIL 4383 Philosophy of Science PHIL 4386 Philosophical Ethics PHIL Elective

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LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS (21 Hrs) ENGL/SPAN 1310/1311/2312/2313 (as required) ENGL/SPAN 1350 Composition I ENGL/SPAN 2361 Literature I ENGL/SPAN 3352 Composition II ENGL/SPAN 3363 Literature II ENGL/SPAN 4280 Research & Academic Writing* ENGL/SPAN 4370 Advanced Grammar SPCH 4270 Public Speaking for Ministry – Bilingual Proclamation of the Word SPCH 4272 Public Speaking for Ministry – Bilingual Presentation Skills or SPCH 4274 Public Speaking for Ministry – Preaching in a Bilingual Setting (for seminarians)

Hours (12) 3 3 3 3 2 3 2 2

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* Seminarians may substitute SPCH 4274 for this course 1. A minimum of 124 semester hours is required for graduation, with no less than 42 upper-division (3000-4000 level) courses. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that all requirements for the degree are fulfilled as stated in MACC’s catalog. 2. Grade C or better is required in all courses.

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Rev Date: 12/11/2009

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