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GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
Content and Competency Courses
Fall 2002

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GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
Content and Competency Courses
Fall 2002


CHANGES/ADDITIONS:
Changes:  Music dropped MUH 304 under Arts & Humanities (effective Fall 2002);
Music lowered the course number for MUH 312 to MUH 212;
A&S lowered the course number for PAS 314 to PAS 214 (crosslisted with MUH 214);
A&S lowered the course number for PHIL 319 to PHIL 219
and PHIL 322 to PHIL 222
Pending:  The CL Requirement will be dropped under general education (Fall 2002)
Corrections:  WR coding added to PSYC 316, ENGL 342/PAS 342/WMST 342, POLS 349
Additions:  New courses are highlighted.



CONTENT AREAS

Written Communication (WC) – 6 hours:  the first 3 hours must be in a writing 
                                                         course in the Department of English

ENGL 101	Intro College Writing-WC
ENGL 102	Intermed College Writing-WC
ENGL 105	Advanced Composition-WC
HON 215*	Topics: Arts & Writ Comm-AWC
HON 216*	Topics: Hist & Writ Comm-SBWC
HON 217*	Topics: Hum & Writ Comm-HWC
HON 218*	Topics: Socs & Writ Comm-SBWC


Oral Communication (OC) – 3 hours

COMM 111	Speech Communication-OC
COMM 112	Business & Prof Speaking-OC
COMM 115	Interpersonal Skills-OC
HON 211*	Topics: Arts & Oral Comm-AOC
HON 212*	Topics: Hist & Oral Comm-OCSB
HON 213*	Topics: Hum & Oral Comm-HOC
HON 214*	Topics: Socs & Oral Comm-OCSB
POLS 111	Political Discourse-OC
WMST 203	Gender & Public Dialogue-OC
 

Mathematics (M) – 3 hours 

EAC 101	Engineering Analysis I-M
MATH 105	Contemporary Mathematics-M
MATH 107	Finite Mathematics-M
MATH 111	College Algebra-M
MATH 112	Trigonometry-M
MATH 152	Math for Elem Educ II-M
MATH 180	Elements of Calculus-M
MATH 190	Precalculus-M
MATH 205	Calculus I-M
MATH 206	Calculus II-M


Natural Sciences (S) (SL = Lab) (B = both lab & lecture/built-in lab)
– 7 hours:  lecture and lab in a single discipline;           
an additional 3 hours in a second discipline)

ANTH 202	Intro Biological Anthro-S
BIOL 102	Intro Biological Systems-S
BIOL 104	Lab Intro Biol Systems-SL
BIOL 240	Unity of Life-S
BIOL 241	Unity of Life Lab-SL
BIOL 242	Diversity of Life-S
BIOL 243	Diversity of Life Lab-SL
BIOL 257	Intro to Microbiology-B
BIOL 263	Environmental Biology-S
BSC 211 	Human Anatomy & Physiology-S
CHEM 101	Intro to Chemistry-S
CHEM 103	Intro Chemistry Lab-SL
CHEM 105	Chem for Health Professn-S
CHEM 201	General Chemistry I-S
CHEM 202	General Chemistry II-S
CHEM 203	Lab in Gen Chem I-SL
CHEM 205	Intro to Chemical Analysis I-SL
CHEM 206	Intro to Chemical Analysis II-SL
GEOS 200	The Global Environment-S
GEOS 201**	Physical Geology-S
GEOS 203**	Physical Geology Lab-SL
GEOS 220**   Contp Issues—Meteorology-S
HPES 387* 	Kinesiology-CLB
NATS 201**	Physical Geology-S
NATS 203**	Physical Geology Lab-SL
PHYS 107	Elementary Astronomy-S
PHYS 108 	Elem Astronomy Lab-SL
PHYS 111	Elements of Physics-B
PHYS 121	Great Ideas in Physics-S
PHYS 122 	Great Ideas in Physics Lab-SL
PHYS 220** 	Contp Issues—Meteorology-S
PHYS 221	Fund of Physics I-S
PHYS 222	Fund of Physics II-S
PHYS 223	Fund of Physics Lab I-SL
PHYS 295 	Intro Laboratory I-SL	
PHYS 298	Intro Mech, Heat & Sound-S
PHYS 299	Intro Elec, Mag & Light-S


Arts and Humanities (H)  - 6 hours:  one course in Arts (A); one in Humanities

ARTH 203	Introduction to Art-A
ARTH 250 	Ancient to Medieval Art-A
ARTH 270 	Renaissance through Mod Art-A
ENGL 250 	Intro to Literature-H
HON 211*	Topics: Arts & Oral Comm-AOC
HON 213*	Topics: Hum & Oral Comm-HOC
HON 215*	Topics: Arts & Writ Comm-AWC
HON 217*	Topics: Hum & Writ Comm-HWC
HUM 101	World Literature to 1700-H
HUM 102	World Literature After 1700-H
HUM 215	Intro to Study of Religion-H
HUM 216*	Intro to World Religions-HCD1
ML 150*	Intr Fren-Speaking World-HCD2
ML 160*	Hispanic Contributions-HCD1
MUH 204 	Music in Western Civ-A
MUH 212 	History of Rock & Roll-A 	(formerly MUH 312)
MUH 214***	African American Music-ACD1
PAS 214***	African American Music-ACD1 (formerly PAS 314)
PHIL 205	Intro to Philosophy-H
PHIL 206	Philosophy in Lit & Film-H
PHIL 211	Critical Thinking-H
PHIL 219*	Sex and Values-HCD2 (formerly PHIL 319)
PHIL 222	Contmp Ethical Problems-H (formerly PHIL 322)
TA 207 	Enjoyment of Theatre-A
WMST 201*	Women in Amer Culture-HCD2

 
Social & Behavioral Sciences (SB) - 9 hours:  one course in the History Department;
                                                              the remaining 6 hours in two other disciplines)

ANTH 201*	Intro Cultrl Anthro-SBCD2
ANTH 203*	Intro World Prehistory-SBCD2
COMM 201	Intro to Communication-SB
ECE 260	Science Technol Society-SB
ECON 201	Principles of Microeconomics-SB
ECON 202	Principles of Macroeconomics-SB
EDEM 201**	The Teaching Profession-SB
EDSD 201**	The Teaching Profession-SB
GEOG 200*	Power of Place-SBCL
HIST 101	Hist-Civilizations I-SB
HIST 102	Hist-Civilizations II-SB
HON 212*	Topics: Hist & Oral Comm-OCSB
HON 214*	Topics: Socs & Oral Comm-OCSB
HON 216*	Topics: Hist & Writ Comm-SBWC
HON 218*	Topics: Socs & Writ Comm-SBWC
HPES 393*	Soc & Psyc Dim of Phy Act-SBCD2
JA 200		Crime & Justice in the U.S.-SB
JA 201		Law Enforcement in U.S.-SB
JA 202		Corrections in the U.S.-SB
PAS 227*	Survey American Diversity-SBCD1
POLS 201	Fund of Amer Government-SB
POLS 202	Comparative Political Systems-SB
POLS 299	Honors Intro Political Science-SB
PSYC 201	Introduction to Psychology-SB
SOC 202*	Social Problems-SBCD2
SOC 203	Self and Society-SB
SOC 209	Principles and Concepts-SB
SOC 210*	Race in the U.S.-SBCD1

 

COMPETENCY AREAS

Computer and Information Literacy (CL) – 3 hours minimum

ART 514	Digital Imaging-CL
ART 576	Web Site Design-CL
ART 577	Advanced Web Site Design-CL
CECS 121	Program Design in C-CL
CECS 230	Intro to Comp Sc & Engr-CL
COMM 250	Computer Communication-CL
EDTD 274	Tech for Comp & Info Lit-CL
GEOG 200* 	Power of Place-SBCL
GES 180	Introduction to CAE-CL
GES 280	Structured Programming-CL
HPES 377	HPES Tests & Measurements-CL
HPES 387*	Kinesiology-CLB
IE 240		Fundamentals of Ind Engr-CL
IE 241		Computation Anal for IE-CL
ME 180	Intro to CAE-CL
MUS 150	Computer Applications/Arts-CL
NURS 340*	Lifeskills for Nursing I-CLCD1
NURS 470*	Community Health Nursing-CLCD1
POLS 390	Political Research-CL
PSYC 316	Psyc Research & Statistics-WRCL

Pending:  This requirement will be dropped effective Fall 2002.

 

Understanding Cultural Diversity (CD1 and CD2) – 6 hours minimum

ANTH 201*	Intro Cultrl Anthro-SBCD2
ANTH 203*	Intro World Prehistory-SBCD2
ARTH 341**	Survey of African Art-CD1
ARTH 343**	Afr-Amer Art to 1920-CD1
ARTH 344**	Afr-Amer Art: 1920-Pres-CD1
COMM 326**Afr-Americans: Amer Media-CD1
ENGL 342**	Black Women Novelists-WRCD1
HIST 319**	Afr-Amer Hist I-CD1
HIST 320**	Afr-Amer Hist II-CD1
HIST 324**	Hist of Women 1700-Pres-CD2
HIST 357	Mideast: 1453-Pres-WRCD1
HIST 360	Mod Jewish Hist to 1900-CD2
HIST 361	Mod Jewish Hist 20th Cen-CD2
HIST 363	Russian History I-CD2
HIST 364	Russian History II-CD2
HIST 377	Ottoman Empire-1800-WRCD1
HIST 378	Ottoman Empire & Turkey-WRCD1
HIST 385	Russian Cultural Hist-WRCD2
HIST 387**	The Holocaust-CD2
HPES 393*	Soc & Psyc Dim of Phy Act-SBCD2
HPES 418	Diver Pop in Phy Act Hlt-CD2
HPES 564**	Women’s Health Issues-CD2
HUM 216*	Intro to World Religions-HCD1
HUM 307	East Asian Cultures-CD1
HUM 331** 	Hum Persp on Sex Roles-CD2
HUM 339	Studies World Mythology-CD2
HUM 341	Religions of India-CD1
HUM 345** 	Women-Hinduism & Buddhism-CD1
HUM 378**	Afr-Amer Experience-CD1
HUM 387**	The Holocaust-CD2
ML 150*	Intr Fren-Speaking World-HCD2
ML 160*	Hispanic Contributions-HCD1
MUH 214***	African American Music-ACD1
NURS 340*	Lifeskills for Nursing I-CLCD1	
NURS 470*	Community Health Nursing-CLCD1
PAS 200	Intro/Pan-African Stud I-CD1
PAS 205	Color & Consciousness-CD1
PAS 214***	African American Music-ACD1 (formerly PAS 314)
PAS 227*	Survey American Diversity-SBCD1
PAS 310**	Afr-Amer Art to 1920-CD1
PAS 311**	Afr-Amer Art: 1920-Pres-CD1
PAS 312**	Afr-Americans: Amer Media-CD1
PAS 315**	Theatre of African World-CD1
PAS 319**	Afr-Amer Hist I-CD1
PAS 320**	Afr-Amer Hist II-CD1
 
PAS 327** 	Politics/Black Community-CD1
PAS 329	Slave Trade and Slavery-CD1
PAS 335	Survey Afr-Amer Education-CD1
PAS 340	African-American Lit-CD1
PAS 341	Black Film & Literature-CD1
PAS 342**	Black Women Novelists-WRCD1
PAS 343**	Black Aesthetic on Stage-CD1
PAS 353**	Acting Blk Experience-CD1
PAS 355**	Cult Diversity Perf-WRCD1
PAS 350**	Af-Am Wom in Theatre-WRCD1
PAS 356**	Hist Afr-Amer Theatre-WRCD1
PAS 364**	Racism and Sexism-WRCD1
PAS 367**	Blk Dramatic Lit-CD1
PAS 378**	Afr-Amer Experience-CD1
PAS 381**	Survey of African Art-CD1
PHIL 219*	Sex and Values-HCD2 (formerly PHIL 319)
PHIL 318**	Philosophy and Feminism-CD2
POLS 327**	Politics/Black Community-CD1
POLS 349	Comp Political Culture-WRCD2
SOC 202*	Social Problems-SBCD2
SOC 210*	Race in the U.S.-SBCD1
TA 322*	Acting Blk Experience-CD1
TA 326**	Cult Diversity Perf-WRCD1
TA 343**	Black Aesthetic on Stage-CD1
TA 363**	Af-Am Wom in Theatre-WRCD1
TA 365**	Theatre of African World-CD1
TA 366**	Hist Afr-Amer Theatre-WRCD1
TA 367**	Blk Dramatic Lit-CD1
WMST 201*	Women in Amer Culture-HCD2
WMST 303**	Hum Persp on Sex Roles-CD2
WMST 331** Hist of Women 1700-Pres-CD2
WMST 342**	Black Women Novelists-WRCD1
WMST 345**	Women-Hinduism & Buddhism-CD1
WMST 347**	Racism and Sexism-WRCD1
WMST 395	Women Media & Culture-CD2
WMST 360**Philosophy and Feminism-CD2
WMST 380**Af-Am Wom in Theatre-WRCD1
WMST 535**	Women’s Health Issues-CD2

CD1 = African, Asian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic, or Native American ethnicities 
            (3 hours minimum)
CD2 = Other ethnic groups or minorities

(For more specific distinctions, see general education guidelines and competency statement.)
 
*    Meets more than one requirement
**  Crosslisted
***Meets more than one requirement and is crosslisted


Prepared by Kathy Carden
12/18/01



 

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