College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science (CLAAS) Thematic Sequences offered at Miami Regionals

The following thematic sequences are a part of the College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science and may be earned entirely on the regional campuses (or online where noted):

Thematic sequences with a worldwide web icon worldwide web icon may be completed 100% online, depending on course offerings.

Additional thematic sequences may be completed on the regional campuses. Please contact your advisors for options and availability.


APC 1: Communication Research worldwide web icon

STC 136: Introduction to Interpersonal Communication
Select 2 of these: APC 201, APC 311, APC 312, APC 336, APC 341, APC 363, APC 428, STC 339
Note: Not open to majors in Communication Studies, Health Communication, Strategic Communication, or Media and Culture.


CMR 1: Perspectives in Sales & Customer Service  worldwide web icon

CMR 105: Introduction to Marketing *CMR 105 pre-req for CMR 261 & 263.
CMR 261: Customer Service & Satisfaction
CMR 263: Sales & Promotions
Note: Not open to students with majors or minors in business.

CMR 2: Organizational Leadership worldwide web icon

CMR 301: Personal Organizational Skills
CMR 302: Financial Information for Managers
CMR 401: Leadership Decision Skills
Note: Not open to student with majors or minors in business

Computer and Information Technology

CIT 1: Social & Global Computing worldwide web icon

CIT 168: Information Technology Tools and Techniques for Organizations
CIT/CSE 262: Technology, Ethics, & Global Society
CIT 448: Global & Strategic Issues in the Information Technology

CIT 2: Increasing Productivity Through Agile

CIT 205: Agile Launchpad l
CIT 306: Agile: Business Value Analysis
CIT 307: Agile: ICP-Project Management

CIT 3: Data Driven Decision Making

STA 261: Statistics OR STA 301: Applied Statistics
CIT 201: Advanced Spreadsheets and Analytics
CIT 338: Business Intelligence Tools

Criminal Justice

CJS 1: Race & Criminal Justice

CRE 151: Introduction to Critical Race and Ethnic Studies
Select 2: CJS 211: Policing in America, BWS/CJS 401: Race and Criminal Justice
Note: Not open to Criminal Justice majors.

English Studies

EGS 1: Writing for Diverse Contexts worldwide web icon

EGS 215: Workplace Writing OR EGS 301: Writing & the Professions
Choice of 1: EGS/BIS 305: Integrative Writing in Global Contexts, EGS 319: Medical Writing, EGS 420: Topics in Writing
Choice of 1: ENG 224: Digital Writing & Rhetoric, ENG 225: Advanced Composition, ENG 313: Technical Writing, ENG 413/513: Grant & Proposal Writing
Note: Not open to English Studies, English: Creative Writing, English: Literature, English: Professional Writing, or Linguistics majors.

Interdisciplinary Studies

BIS 1: Inter/Multidisciplinary Problem Solving
BIS 201: Introduction to Integrative Studies
Select 2 of these: BIS 301, BIS 305, BIS 401, LST 302, LST 402
Note: Not open to majors in Integrative Studies or Liberal Studies