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General Education Course List - Fall 2001 (2001-2002)

Fall 2001 Content and Competency Courses

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                     COURSE CODES

Course code designations (WC, B, A, CL, CD1, CD2) may appear
in a course title (as an extension of the title) for many of
the General Education courses.  These internal codes are used
for tracking purposes.  Other codes (H, M, S, SL, OC, SB) do
not appear in the course title but are recognized as general
education code designations in the official course inventory
maintained by the Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE).
Both sets of codes indicate the general education
requirement(s) that the course fulfills.  Some courses are
assigned more than one code if they fulfill more than one
requirement.  The codes can be interpreted as meeting the
following General Education Requirements (GERs):

GER Codes in the Titles

WC	-- Written Communication
B	-- Built-in Lab/no separate lab course under Natural
           Sciences Requirement
A	-- “Arts” Course under Arts & Humanities Requirement
CL	-- Computer & Information Literacy
CD1	-- Race/Ethnic Specific Course under Cultural
           Diversity Requirement
CD2	-- Other Cultural Diversity Courses

CPE General Education Codes

H	-- “Humanities” Course under Arts & Humanities
            Requirement
M	-- Mathematics
S	-- Natural Sciences
SL	-- Natural Sciences Course with Laboratory
           (B indicates both S & SL coding)
OC	-- Oral Communications
SB	-- Social & Behavioral Sciences


                   COURSE LISTING


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


Oral Communication (OC) – 3 hours

COMM 111	Speech Communication
COMM 112	Business & Prof Speaking
COMM 115	Interpersonal Skills
POLS 111	Political Discourse


Mathematics (M) – 3 hours 

EAC  101	Engineering Analysis I
MATH 105	Contemporary Mathematics
MATH 107	Finite Mathematics
MATH 111	College Algebra
MATH 112	Trigonometry
MATH 180	Elements of Calculus
MATH 190	Precalculus
MATH 205	Calculus I
MATH 206	Calculus II


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


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
HUM  101	World Literature to 1700
HUM  102	World Literature After 1700
HUM  215	Intro to Study of Religion
HUM  216*	Intro to World Religions-CD1
ML   150*	Intr Fren-Speaking World-CD2
MUH  204 	Music in Western Civ-A	
MUH  304 	Music of the Baroque-A
MUH  312 	History of Rock & Roll-A 	
PHIL 205	Intro to Philosophy
PHIL 211	Critical Thinking
TA   207 	Enjoyment of Theatre-A	
WMST 201*	Women in Amer Culture-CD2


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-CD2
ANTH 203*	Intro World Prehistory-CD2
COMM 201	Intro to Communication
ECON 201	Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 202	Principles of Macroeconomics
EDEM 201**	The Teaching Profession
EDSD 201**	The Teaching Profession
GEOG 200*	Power of Place-CL
HIST 101	Hist-Civilizations I
HIST 102	Hist-Civilizations II
HPES 393*	Soc & Psyc Dim of Phy Act-CD2
JA   200	Crime & Justice in the U.S.
JA   201	Law Enforcement in U.S.
JA   202	Corrections in the U.S.
POLS 201	Fund of Amer Government
POLS 202	Comparative Political Systems
POLS 299	Honors Intro Political Science
PSYC 201	Introduction to Psychology
SOC  202*	Social Problems-CD2
SOC  203	Self and Society
SOC  209	Principles and Concepts
SOC  210*	Race in the U.S.-CD1

 

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-CL
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-CL


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

ANTH 201*	Intro Cultrl Anthro-CD2
ANTH 203*	Intro World Prehistory-CD2
ENGL 342**	Black Women Novelists-CD1
HIST 324**	Hist of Women 1700-Pres-CD2
HPES 393*	Soc & Psyc Dim of Phy Act-CD2
HPES 418	Diver Pop in Phy Act Hlt-CD2
HPES 564**	Women’s Health Issues-CD2
HUM  216*	Intro to World Religions-CD1
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
ML   150*	Intr Fren-Speaking World-CD2
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  327** 	Politics/Black Community-CD1
PAS  340	African-American Lit-CD1
PAS  341	Black Film & Literature-CD1
PAS  342**	Black Women Novelists-CD1
POLS 327**	Politics/Black Community-CD1
POLS 349	Comp Political Culture-CD2
SOC  202*	Social Problems-CD2
SOC  210*	Race in the U.S.-CD1
WMST 201*	Women in Amer Culture-CD2
WMST 303**	Hum Persp on Sex Roles-CD2
WMST 331** 	Hist of Women 1700-Pres-CD2	
WMST 342**	Black Women Novelists-CD1	
WMST 345**	Women-Hinduism & Buddhism-CD1
WMST 395	Women Media & Culture-CD2
WMST 535**	Women’s Health Issues-CD2	

CD1 = Race/Ethnic Specific (3 hours minimum)
CD2 = Other Cultural Diversity Courses 

*   Meets more than one requirement
**  Crosslisted

                
Prepared by Kathy Carden
5/21/01

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