General Education Curriculum - Effective Summer 2018

Area I. Communications - 6 credits

  • ENG 101 - Communication Arts I (GT-CO1) 3 credits
  • ENG 102 - Communication Arts II (GT - CO2) 3 credits
AP SCORE OF 4+ ON ENGLISH LANGUAGE/COMP OR ACT SCORE OF 29+ SAT SCORE OF 500+ (BEFORE 4/95) 580+ (BEFORE 5/10) 660+ (AFTER 5/10) - CREDIT (P) IS GIVEN FOR ENG 101.

Area II. Arts & Humanities - 6 credits

  • AR 101 - Art and Creativity
  • AR 103 - Art Appreciation (GT-AH1) 3 credits
  • ENG 203 - Major Themes in Literature (GT-AH2) 3 credits
  • COMM 255 Fundamentals of Media Communication (GT-AH2) 3 credits
  • MUS 100 - Introduction to Music Literature (GT-AH1) 3 credits
  • PHIL 201 - Introduction to Philosophy (GT-AH3) 3 credits
  • PHIL 205 - Logic 3 credits
  • THTR 180 - Introduction to Theatre (GT-AH1) 3 credits

Area III. Mathematics - 3 credits

  • MATH 104 - Finite Mathematics (GT-MA1) 3 credits
  • MATH 106 - College Algebra (GT-MA1) 3 credits
  • MATH 107 - Trig & Analytical Geometry (GT-MA1) 3 credits
  • MATH 110 - Intro to Statistics (GT-MA1) 3 credits
  • MATH 120 - Single Variable Calculus I (GT-MA1) 5 credits
  • MATH 121 - Single Variable Calculus II (GT-MA1) 5 credits
  • MATH 150 - Liberal Arts Math (GT-MA1) 3 credits

Area IV. Social and Behavioral Sciences/History - 9 credits

  • ECON 201 - Economics & Today's Society (GT-SS1) 3 credits
  • POLS 291 - American Government (GT-SS1) 3 credits
  • PSYC 101 - Introduction to Psychology (GT-SS3) 3 credits
  • SOC 201 - The Sociological Imagination (GT-SS3) 3 credits
  • HGP 110 - Development of Civilization (GT-HI1) 3 credits
  • HGP 111 - Development of Civilization (GT-HI1) 3 credits
  • HIST 202 - American History to 1865 (GT-HI1) 3 credits
  • HIST 203 - American History 1865 to Present (GT-HI1) 3 credits
At least one course must be a GT-HI1 course; at least one course must be a GT-SS*; and the remaining course may come from either category. 

Area V. Physical and Natural Sciences - 7 Credits

  • BIOL 101 - Introductory Biology (GT-SC1) 4 credits
  • BIOL 125 - Nutrition (GT-SC2) 3 credits
  • BIOL 209 - General Biology with Lab (GT-SC1) 5 credits
  • BIOL 210 - General Biology with Lab (GT-SC1) 5 credits
  • CHEM 103 - Intro to Forensic Chemistry (GT-SC1) 4 credits
  • CHEM 111 - Introductory Chemistry with Lab (GT-SC1) 5 credits
  • CHEM 131 - General Chemistry with Lab (GT-SC1) 5 credits
  • CHEM 132 - General Chemistry with Lab (GT-SC1) 5 credits
  • ENV 101 - Introduction to Environmental Science (GT-SC1) 4 credits
  • GEOG 101 - Introduction to Physical Geography (GT-SC1) 4 credits
  • GEOL 111 - Physical Geology with Lab (GT-SC1) 4 credits
  • PHYS 150 - Light (GT-SC1) 4 credits
  • PHYS 201 - Introduction to Astronomy (GT-SC1) 4 credits
  • PHYS 205 Intro to Astronomy I, 4 credit hours
  • PHYS 206 Intro to Astronomy II, 3 credit hours
  • PHYS 225 - College Physics I with Lab (GT-SC1) 5 credits
  • PHYS 230-231 - General Physics I with Lab (GT-SC1) 5 credits
  • PHYS 232-233 - General Physics II with Lab (GT-SC1) 5 credits

One credit hour must be a lab.

GRAND TOTAL: 31 CREDITS

Please note the following:

GPA Requirement:
All students must have a minimum GPA of 2.0 in general education courses to graduate (fall 2011 admittance or later).

Writing Assessment: All students pursuing bachelor's degrees are required to pass one designated writing intensive course in their major. Associate's degree student meet writing assessment requirements by successfully passing ENG 102: Communication Arts II. 

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