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General Education Courses (GenEd 2002)

NEW STUDENT SEMINAR

  • Aquatic and Coastal Sciences
    • AQUA   199      Freshman Seminar in Aquatic and Coastal Sciences
  • Biology and Molecular Biology
    • BIOL     199      Freshman Seminar in Biology
  • Broadcasting
    • BDCS    100      Freshman Seminar in Broadcasting
  • Center for Adult Learning
    • GNED   100      Adult Academic Success Seminar
  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
    • CHEM   190      Freshman Seminar in Chemistry
  • Exercise Science and Physical Education
    • ATTR    199      Orientation to Athletic Training
    • HPEM   199      Freshman Seminar in Health and Physical Education
  • Management and Information Systems
    • HOSP    199      Hospitality and Tourism Professional Seminar
  • Mathematical Sciences
    • MATH   102      New Student Experience for Mathematical Sciences
  • Music
    • MUGN  199      Freshman Seminar for Music Majors
  • Political Science and Law
    • POLS     199      Freshman Seminar in Political Science and Law
  • Science Informatics
    • SCIF      151      Colloquium in Science Informatics I
  • Interdisciplinary
    • GNED   199      New Student Seminar

INTERDISCIPLINARY CORE

Scientific Issues           

  • Earth and Environmental Studies
    • EUGS    100      Principles of Geography
    • GEOS    110      Natural Disasters
    • GEOS    162      General Oceanography
  • General Education Program
    • GNED   201      Scientific Issues
  • Health and Nutrition Sciences
    • HLTH    101      Personal Health Issues
    • HLTH    200      Introduction to Public Health
    • NUFD   182      Nutrition
  • Honors Program   
    • HONP   211      Honors Seminar in Contemporary Issues I**

Interdisciplinary National and Global Issues

  • General Education Program
    • GNED   202      Interdisciplinary National Issues
    • GNED   303      Interdisciplinary Global Issues
  • Honors Program
    • HONP   103      Honors Seminar in Contemporary Civilization**
    • HONP   202      Honors Seminar in Contemporary Issues II**

COMMUNICATION

Writing/Literature

  • English
    • ENWR   105      College Writing I: Intellectual Prose
      and
      ENWR   106      College Writing II: Writing and Literary Study
  • Honors Program
    • HONP   100      Honors Seminar in Great Books and Ideas, Part I**
      and
      HONP   101      Honors Seminar in Great Books and Ideas, Part II**

Communication

  • Communication Studies
    • SPCM    101      Fundamentals of Speech: Communication Requirement

FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS

  • Art and Design
    • ARAN   190      Introduction to the Visual Arts
    • ARCE    200      Ceramics: Pottery and Sculpture, Beginning I
    • ARDW  200      Drawing, Beginning I
    • ARDW  201      Life Drawing, Beginning I
    • ARPA    200      Painting, Beginning I
    • ARPH    200      Photography Beginning I: Contemporary Art Form
    • ARPH    201      Digital Photo and Imaging I
    • ARPM   200      Printmaking, Beginning I
    • ARSC    200      Sculpture, Beginning I
    • ARSC    210      Sculpture, Beginning II
  • Broadcasting
    • BDCS    201      Language of Television
  • English
    • ENFL    208      Introduction to the Film
  • Honors Program
    • HONP   201      Honors Seminar in the Creative Process**
  • Music           
    • MUGN 100      Introduction to Music
    • MUGN  152      Music in Film
    • MUGN  160      Introduction to Music in World Cultures
    • MUGN  209      Introduction to Jazz*
    • MUGN  236      The History of Broadway
    • MUGN  241      Conversations Between Music and Visual Arts      
    • MUGN 250      Rap and Rock as Cultural Phenomena*
  • Theatre and Dance            
    • DNCE   105      Dance Appreciation
    • DNCE   141      Dance Technique: Modern I
    • DNCE   155      Dance Technique: Ballet I
    • THTR    105      Acting I
    • THTR    265      The Contemporary Theatre of Cultural Diversity*

HUMANITIES

World Literature or General Humanities

  • Art and Design
    • ARHS    105      Art in Western Civilization: Ancient and Medieval
    • ARHS    106      Art in Western Civilization: Renaissance to Modern
  • Classics and General Humanities
    • GNHU   115      Troy and the Trojan War
    • GNHU   201      General Humanities I to 1400
    • GNHU   202      General Humanities II from 1400
    • GNHU   285      Mythology
    • GNHU   294      Russian Prose and Drama    
  • English
    • ENLT    206      World Literature: The Coming of Age Theme
    • ENLT    207      World Literature: Voices of Tradition and Challenge
  • Modern Languages and Literatures
    • GRIN    294      Russian Prose and Drama

Philosophy or Religion

  • Educational Foundations
    • EDFD    220      Philosophical Orientation to Education
  • Philosophy and Religion
    • PHIL     100      Introduction to Philosophy    
    • PHIL     106      Logic
    • PHIL     210      Ethics
    • RELG    100      Religions of the World
    • RELG    101      Introduction to Religion
    • RELG    221      Religion and Culture

COMPUTER SCIENCE

  • Computer Science
    • CMPT    109      Introduction to Computer Applications: Being Fluent with Information Technology
    • CMPT    112      Honors Seminar in Computing
  • Honors Program
    • HONP   112      Honors Seminar in Computing**

MATHEMATICS  

  • Honors Program
    • HONP    104      Fractals and Infinity**
  • Mathematical Sciences
    • MATH   103      The Development of Mathematics
    • MATH   104      Fractals and Infinity
    • MATH   106      Contemporary Applied Math for Everyone
    • MATH   109      Statistics

NATURAL/PHYSICAL SCIENCE LABORATORY

  • Anthropology
    • ANTH    101      Physical Anthropology
  • Biology and Molecular Biology
    • BIOL     100      Biological Sciences
    • BIOL     109      The Living World
    • BIOL     110      Biology of Human Life
  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
    • CHEM   100      Introductory Chemistry
  • Earth and Environmental Studies
    • GEOS    107      Planet Earth
    • GEOS    112      Physical Geology
    • GEOS    114      Historical Geology
    • GEOS    125      Earth and the Environment             
    • GEOS    257      Understanding Weather and Climate
    • PHMS    210      Introduction to Marine Sciences
  • Honors Program
    • HONP   210      Honors Seminar in Science**

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

  • Exercise Science and Physical Education
    • PEGN    200      Beginning Swimming
    • PEGN    202      Badminton
    • PEGN    203      Golf
    • PEGN    242      Racquetball
    • PEGN    251      Aerobics Activities
    • PEGN    252      Archery
    • PEGN    253      Gymnastics
    • PEGN    257      Weight Training and Conditioning
    • PEGN    258      Beginning Tennis
    • PEGN    260      Beginning Riding
    • PEGN    261      Fencing
    • PEGN    262      Volleyball                
    • PEGN    264      Soccer
    • PEGN    265      Figure Skating
    • PEGN    266      Skiing
    • PEGN    268      Bicycling
    • PEGN    270      Folk and Square Dance
    • PEGN    271      Social Dance
    • PEGN    272      Bowling
    • PEGN    274      SCUBA Diving
    • PEGN    275      Beginning Karate
    • PEGN    278      Yoga
    • PEGN    279      Climbing and Rappelling

SOCIAL SCIENCE

American or European History

  • Classics and General Humanities
    • GNHU   281      Greek Civilization
    • GNHU   282      Roman Civilization
  • Educational Foundations
    • EDFD    221      Historical Foundations of American Education
  • History
    • HIST      103      Foundations of Western Civilization
    • HIST      105      Emergence of European Civilization, 1500-1914
    • HIST      106      Contemporary Europe, 1914 to the Present
    • HIST      110      Introduction to American Civilization
    • HIST      117      History of the United States to 1876
    • HIST      118      History of the United States Since 1876                
    • HIST      281      Greek Civilization
    • HIST      282      Roman Civilization
  • Honors Program
    • HONP   102      Honors Seminar in 20th Century Civilization **

Non-Western Cultural Perspectives

  • Anthropology
    • ANTH   100      Cultural Anthropology*
    • ANTH   103      Prehistoric Archaeology
    • ANTH   115      Cultures of the Middle East*
    • ANTH   120      Native North Americans*
    • ANTH   130      Cultures of South Asia*
    • ANTH   140      Nonwestern Contributions to the Western World*
    • ANTH   150      Native Latin Americans*
    • ANTH   170      Peoples of Africa*
    • ANTH   180      Health and Healing in Cross Cultural Perspective
    • ANTH   202      Anthropology of Globalization
  • Art and Design
    • ARHS    220      Art in Non-Western Societies*
  • Classics and General Humanities
    • GNHU   217      Reading Asian Cultures*
    • GNHU   289      Francophone Film*
    • GNHU   293      Russian Culture and Civilization     
  • Earth and Environmental Studies
    • EUGS    207      Geography of East and Southeast Asia
  • History
    • HIST      108      Introduction to African Civilization*
    • HIST      114      Early Latin America (formerly Early Latin American Civilization)*
    • HIST      116      Modern Latin America (formerly Modern Latin American Civilization)
    • HIST      132      Introduction to Chinese Civilization*
  • Latin American and Latino Studies
    • LALS    201      Perspectives on Latin America
    • LALS    205      Image and Identity: Representation of Latin American Women in Film and Fiction
  • Modern Languages and Literatures
    • ARAB   201      Introduction to Arab Culture
    • ARIN    201      Introduction to Arab Culture
    • FREN    283      Introduction to Women Authors of French-Speaking Africa*
    • FREN    289      Francophone Film*
    • FRIN     283      Introduction to Women Authors of French-Speaking Africa*
    • FRIN     289      Francophone Film*
    • GRIN    293      Russian Culture and Civilization
  • Sociology
    • SOCI     220      Sociology of Rich and Poor Nations

Social Science

  • Anthropology
    • ANTH   110      The Anthropology of Multicultural America*+
    • ANTH   210      Urban Anthropology*+
    • ANTH   230      Anthropology of Conflict and Violence
  • Art and Design
    • ARTX    122      Clothing and Culture: A Multidisciplinary Study*
  • Child Advocacy
    • CHAD   210      Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Earth and Environmental Studies
    • ENVR   109      The Human Environment
    • EUGS    101      Human Geography
    • EUGS    102      World Geography
    • EUGS    206      Introduction to American Urban Studies*
    • EUGS    208      Land and Life in Latin America*
    • EUGS    213      Urban Geography*+
  • Economics and Finance
    • ECON   100      Introduction to Economics
    • ECON   101      Principles of Economics: Macro
    • ECON   102      Principles of  Economics: Micro
  • Educational Foundations
    • EDFD    200      Educational Foundations of Psychology
    • EDFD    264      Gender Issues in Education*
  • Health and Nutrition Sciences
    • HLTH    246      Epidemiology
    • HLTH    290      Human Sexuality
    • NUFD   153      Dynamics of Food and Society
  • Justice Studies
    • JUST      101      Criminology
  • Linguistics
    • LNGN   210      Introduction to General Linguistics
    • LNGN   230      Language in Society
    • LNGN   245      Language and Culture
    • LNGN   250      Language of Propaganda
    • LNGN   255      Language and Gender*
  • Political Science and Law
    • JURI      210      United States Legal Systems
    • LSLW    200      Introduction to Law
    • LSLW    220      Conflict and Its Resolution*
    • POLS     100      Introduction to Politics
    • POLS     101      American Government and Politics
    • POLS     201      Comparative Politics
  • Psychology
    • PSYC    101      Introduction to Psychology (formerly General Psychology I: Growth and Development)
    • PSYC    102      Women’s Worlds
    • PSYC    109      The Human Environment
    • PSYC    294      Psychology of Leadership: Theory and Application
  • Sociology
    • SOCI     113      Social Problems
    • SOCI     204      Sociology of the Family
    • SOCI     206      Individual and Society
    • SOCI     230      Sociology of Conflict and Violence
  • Women’s Studies
    • WMST   102      Women’s Worlds

GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE

  • Gen Ed 2002 approved courses (other than Physical Education)
  • General introductory courses at the 100- level or 200- level in any department in the university.

*    Meets World Languages and Cultures Requirement, World Cultures.
+    Meets Human and Intercultural Relations Requirement for teacher certification.
**   For honors program students only.