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Morgan State will be closed on 3/05/15 due to impending inclement weather. Essential employees report as directed by supervisor.  Junior Writing Proficiency Exam is postponed.

Updated: 3/4/2015 8:59 PM - Inclement Weather Policy

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