General Education Requirements

The following are the General Education Requirements that must be met for all students.

 

A. Language Arts and Critical Thinking Skills (9 credits)

1. ENGL101: Freshman Composition I (3 cr)

    OR

    ENGL111: freshman Composition I-Honors (3 cr)

2. ENGL102: Freshman Composition II (3 cr)

    OR

    ENGL112: freshman Composition II-Honors (3 cr)

3. PHIL109: Introduction to Logic (3 cr)

    OR

    PHIL119: Introduction to Logic-Honors (3 cr)

 

B. Humanities and the Arts (9 credits)

1. HUMA201: Introduction to Humanities I (3 cr)

    OR

   HUMA211: Introduction to Humanities I-Honors (3 cr)

2. HUMA202: Introduction to Humanities II (3 cr)

    OR

    HUMA212: Introduction to Humanities I (3 cr)

3. Humanities elective (Western and Multicultural)

Students must choose one from the following list:

·         ART308: The Visual Arts (3 cr)

·         HUMA301: Contemporary Humanities (3 cr)

·         MUSA391: The World of Music (3 cr)

·         MISC302: Introduction to Military Training (3 cr) (ROTC cadets only)

·         PHIL220: Ethics and Values (3 cr)

·         RELG305: Introduction to World Religions (3 cr)

·         TELC202: Media Culture (3 cr)

·         THEA210: History of Theater I (3 cr)

·         Multicultural studies: any 3-credit non-studio, nonperformance course at the 300- or 400 level in Architecture, Art, History, Humanities, Literature, Music, Philosophy, Religious Studies, or Theatre focusing on non-Western culture  (3 cr)

 

C. Social and Behavioral Sciences (9 credits)

1. HIST101-102: World History I and II (6 cr)

    OR

    HIST111-112: World History I and II-Honors (6 cr)

    OR

    HIST105-106: History of the United States I and II (6 cr)

    OR

    HIST115-116: History of the United States I and II-Honors (6 cr)

2. Social and Behavioral Sciences elective (3 cr)

Students must choose one from the following list:

·         ANTH201: introduction to Anthropology

·         ECON211: Principles of Economics I

·         ECON212: Principles of Economics II

·         GOEG101: Introduction to World Geography

·         MHTC103: Introduction to Group Dynamics

·         POSC201: American Government

·         PYSC101: General Psychology

·         SOCI201: Introduction to Sociology

·         SOSC101: Introduction to Social Sciences

 

 

D. Africana Studies (3 credits)

HIST350: Introduction to the African Diaspora (32 cr)

OR
HIST360: Introduction to the African Diaspora-Honors (32 cr)

OR
AFST350: Africana Studies (32 cr)

OR
AFST360: Africana Studies-Honors (32 cr)

 

E. Biological and Physical Sciences (8 credits)

1. Biological Sciences

    BIOL101: Introduction to Biology I (4 cr)

    OR

    BIOL102: Introduction to Biology II (4 cr)

    OR

    BIOL105: Introduction to Biology I for Majors (4 cr)

    OR

    BIOL111: Introduction to Biology I-Honors (4 cr)

    OR

    BIOL112: Introduction to Biology II-Honors (4 cr)

2. Physical Science

    CHEM101: General Chemistry (4 cr)

    OR

    CHEM105: General Chemistry for Majors (4 cr)

    OR

    CHEM110: General Chemistry for Engineering Students (4 cr)

    OR

    CHEM111: General Chemistry-Honors (4 cr)

    OR

    CHEM112: General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis-Honors (4 cr)

    OR

    PHYS101: Introduction to Physics (4 cr)

    OR

    PHYS203:: General Physics-Fundamentals of Physics I (4 cr)

    OR

    PHYS205: College Physics I (4 cr)

 

F. Mathematics (3 or 4 credits)

MATH109: Mathematics for Liberal Arts (4 cr)

OR

MATH112: Honors Mathematics for Liberal Arts (4 cr)

OR

A higher level course for students who qualify or are required by the major

 

G. Health Education (2 credits)

HEED100: Healthful Living (2 cr)

OR

HEED111: Healthful Living-Honors (2 cr)

OR

MISC200: Leadership Development I (3 cr) (ROTC cadets only)

 

H. Computer Literacy, Technology, Society and Human Values  (2 credits)

GENL201: Computer Literacy, Technology, Society and Human Values  (2 credits)

OR

A computer literacy course required by the major.

 

 

Total: 46 credits