2006-07 CATALOG

THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT PEMBROKE

2006-2007 Catalog

Vol. XLIV, No. 1

Summer, 2006

 

PHONE NUMBERS (Campus Switchboard) ........ (910) 521-6000

Academic Records and Transcripts.......................................... 521‑6788

Admissions............................................................................. 521‑6262

Bookstore .............................................................................. 521‑6222

Career Services Center........................................................... 521‑6270

Center for Academic Excellence............................................. 521-6625

College of Arts and Sciences................................................... 521-6198

Continuing Education and Distance Education........................... 521‑6367

Counseling and Testing Center ................................................ 521‑6202

Financial Aid (Scholarships, Grants, Loans, Work‑Study) .......... 521‑6255

Graduate Programs in Business Administration....................... 521‑6637

Graduate Programs in Education†† ........................................... 521-6221

Graduate Programs in School and Service Agency Counseling .. 521‑6240

Housing.................................................................................. 521‑6228

Police and Public Safety ......................................................... 521‑6235

Registration ........................................................................... 521‑6298

School of Business.................................................................. 521-6214

School of Education ............................................................... 521-6221

School of Graduate Studies ..................................................... 521-6271

Student Affairs....................................................................... 521-6226

Student Life ........................................................................... 521‑6207

Summer School....................................................................... 521‑6224

Tuition, Fees, and Student Accounts......................................... 521‑6329

University Computing ............................................................. 521‑6260

 

For additional phone numbers and Web addresses, visit www.uncp.edu/

 

THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT PEMBROKE

P.O. Box 1510

Pembroke, North Carolina 28372-1510

910-521-6000

1-800-949-UNCP (8627)

Web: www.uncp.edu

 

This catalog provides the basic information you will need about the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. It includes our history and current goals, admissions standards and requirements, tuition and other costs, sources of financial aid, and rules and regulations that govern student life. This catalog also describes our student organizations and other activities on the campus, lists courses and programs by department, and contains the name, rank, and educational background of each full-time faculty member.

UNC Pembroke is one of sixteen universities in North Carolina that comprise the University of North Carolina.UNCP has a thirteen‑member Board of Trustees and, like the other institutions of The University of North Carolina, is subject to the governing regulations of The Board of Governors of The University of North Carolina.

UNC Pembroke supports the protections available to members of its community under all applicable Federal laws, including Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Sections 799A and 845 of the Public Health Service Act, the Equal Pay and Age Discrimination Acts, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and Executive Order 11246.

UNC Pembroke is committed to equality of educational opportunity and does not discriminate against applicants, students, or employees based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, or disability or because of the individualís honorable service in the Armed Services of the United States. Moreover, UNCP is open to people of all races and actively seeks to promote diversity by recruiting and enrolling American Indian, Black, Asian, and Hispanic students.

UNC Pembroke reserves the right to change without notice any fee, provision, offering, or requirement in this catalog, and to determine whether a student has satisfactorily met the requirements for admission or graduation.

 

The University of North Carolina at Pembroke is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097; telephone 404-679-4501) to award Baccalaureate and Masterís level degrees.

UNC Pembroke is also accredited by or is a member of:

†† The North Carolina Association of Colleges and Universities

†† The National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education

†† The National Association of Schools of Music

†† The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education

†† The American Council on Education

†† The North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission

†† The North Carolina State Board of Education

†† The American Association of State Colleges and Universities

†† The Council on Social Work Education

†† The National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration

†† The American Chemical Society

†† The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education

 

This Catalog was prepared by the UNC Pembroke Offices of Academic Affairs and University and Community Relations: Sara Oswald, Editor.Pages were prepared using Adobe InDesign CS.Text is set in Adobe Garamond Pro, headings in Myriad Pro.Photographs by Bobby Ayers.

7,500 copies of the print version of this catalog were produced by the UNC Pembroke Office of University and Community Relations.

 

 

 

 

CONTENTS

The University of North Carolina at Pembroke: General Information

Mission Statement, History of the University, Campus....................................................... 5†††††††††

Academic Calendar........................................................................................................ 9

Academic Services and Facilities................................................................................... 11

Undergraduate Academic Programs

Baccalaureate Degrees................................................................................................. 19

Freshman Seminar........................................................................................................ 22

General Education Program........................................................................................... 22

University Honors College............................................................................................. 29

Teacher Education Programs......................................................................................... 31

Special and Interdisciplinary Programs........................................................................... 32

Health Professions Programs......................................................................................... 38

Academic Policies

Requirements for Graduation......................................................................................... 40

Academic Procedures and Policies................................................................................ 42

Undergraduate Admissions .............................................................................................. 54

Finances for Undergraduate Programs

Expenses...................................................................................................................... 63

Financial Aid, Scholarships, Awards, Grants, and Loans.................................................. 68

Policy on Financial Aid Eligibility.................................................................................... 71

Student Affairs and Student Services

Room and Board........................................................................................................... 74

Student Services and Policies......................................................................................... 75

Student Activities and Organizations............................................................................... 84

College of Arts and Sciences ............................................................................................ 89

American Indian Studies ............................................................................................... 90

Art .............................................................................................................................. 94

Biology ...................................................................................................................... 103

Chemistry and Physics................................................................................................ 114

English, Theatre, and Languages.................................................................................. 125

Geology and Geography............................................................................................... 144

History....................................................................................................................... 149

Mass Communication.................................................................................................. 161

Mathematics and Computer Science............................................................................. 167

Music......................................................................................................................... 178

Nursing...................................................................................................................... 193

Philosophy and Religion............................................................................................... 201

Political Science and Public Administration................................................................... 209

Psychology and Counseling.......................................................................................... 217

Social Work................................................................................................................ 222

Sociology and Criminal Justice .................................................................................... 228

School of Business......................................................................................................... 241

Accounting and Information Technology....................................................................... 242

Economics and Finance............................................................................................... 247

Management, Marketing, and International Business ..................................................... 252

School of Education ......................................................................................................... 257

Teacher Education Program........................................................................................ 258

Education Department................................................................................................. 289

Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Department................................................ 301

Aerospace Studies (Air Force ROTC).......................................................................... 315

Military Science (Army ROTC)................................................................................... 318

School of Graduate Studies.............................................................................................. 321

Program Offerings, Admissions, Procedures and Policies, Expenses............................... 322

Business Administration (M.B.A.)................................................................................ 331

Public Administration (M.P.A.).................................................................................... 337

School Administration (M.S.A.)................................................................................... 347

School Counseling (M.A.) and Service Agency Counseling (M.A.)................................ 351

Education (M.A.Ed.)................................................................................................... 359

Art Education (M.A.).................................................................................................. 371

English Education (M.A.)............................................................................................ 375

Mathematics Education (M.A.).................................................................................... 381

Music Education (M.A.).............................................................................................. 386

Physical Education (M.A.)........................................................................................... 390

Science Education (M.A.)........................................................................................... 394

Social Studies Education (M.A.)................................................................................... 400

Teaching (M.A.T.)...................................................................................................... 405

Appendix A:

††††††††††††††† The University of North Carolina: History and Leadership..................................... 413

UNC Pembroke Officers and Administrators........................................................ 415

UNC Pembroke Faculty...................................................................................... 420

Appendix B:

††††††††††††††† Scholarships........................................................................................................ 442

Title II Report..................................................................................................... 473

Index ............................................................................................................................... 474

Campus Map ................................................................................................................... 478

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