2021-2022 College Catalog

General Education Course Listings

 

Arts and Letters Courses

Applies to all degrees:

ART 103Understanding New Media Arts

4

ART 115Basic Design - 2D Foundations

3

ART 131Drawing I

3

ART 140Digital Photography

3

ART 181Painting I

3

ART 198Special Topics in Art

1

ART 210Women in Art

4

ART 211History of Film

4

ART 212Modern Art History - Early 20thCentury

4

ART 231Drawing II

3

ART 270Printmaking

3

ART 281Painting II

3

ART 284Water Media I

3

ART 287Water Media II

3

COMM 111Public Speaking

4

COMM 140Introduction to Intercultural Communication

4

COMM 214Interpersonal Communication: Process & Theory

4

COMM 215Small Group Communication: Processand Theory

4

COMM 227Non-Verbal Communication

4

COMM 237Gender and Communication

4

ENG 104Introduction to Fiction

4

ENG 105Introduction to Drama

4

ENG 106Introduction to Poetry

4

ENG 201Introduction to Shakespeare

4

ENG 216Introduction to Children's Literature

4

ENG 250Introduction to Mythology

4

ENG 253Survey of American Literature I

4

ENG 254Survey of American Literature II

4

ENG 260Introduction to Women Writers

4

ENG 299Special Topics in the Arts and Letters

4

LING 214Introduction to Linguistics

MUS 105Music Appreciation

3

MUS 108Music Cultures of the World

3

MUS 110Fundamentals of Music

3

MUS 205Introduction to Jazz History

3

MUS 206Introduction to the History of Rock Music

3

PHL 201Being and Knowing

4

PHL 202Ethics

4

REL 101World Religions

4

SPA 201Second Year Spanish - First Term

4

SPA 202Second Year Spanish - Second Term

4

SPA 203Second Year Spanish - Third Term

4

WR 252Imaginative Writing I (Introductionto Creative Writing)

4

WR 253Imaginative Writing II (Creative Nonfiction)

4

WR 254Imaginitive Writing III (Poetry)

4

Applies to AAS, AS, AGS only:

ASL ASL 101American Sign Language I

4

ASL ASL 102American Sign Language II

4

ASL ASL 103American Sign Language III

4

SPA 101First Year Spanish - First Term

4

SPA 102First Year Spanish - Second Term

4

SPA 103First Year Spanish - Third Term

4

Social Sciences

Applies to all degrees:

EC 201Principles of Economics: Microeconomics

4

EC 202Principles of Economics: Macroeconomics

4

EC 215Economic Development in the U.S.

4

GEO 106World Regional Geography

4

GEO 265Introduction to GIS

3

HST 101Western Civilization: Ancient to Medieval

4

HST 102Western Civilization: Medieval to Early Modern

4

HST 103Western Civilization: Modern Europe

4

HST 201History of the United States to 1840

4

HST 202History of the United States from 1840 to 1914

4

HST 203History of the United States from 1914

4

HST 246Religion in the United States to 1840

4

HST 247Religion in the United States since1840

4

HST 260History of Sexuality in America

4

HST 285The Holocaust

4

PS 201US Government: Foundations and Principles

4

PS 204Comparative Politics

4

PS 205International Relations

4

PS 206Political Thought

4

PS 244Global Health

4

PSY 101Psychology and Human Relations

4

PSY 201Introduction to Psychology, Part I

4

PSY 202Introduction to Psychology, Part II

4

PSY 215Human Development

4

PSY 239Introduction to Abnormal Psychology

4

SOC 204Sociology in Everyday Life

4

SOC 206Social Problems

4

Math, Science, Computer Science Courses

Applies to all degrees:

 
ANS 121Introduction to Animal Science

4

BI 101Biology

4

BI 102Biology

4

BI 103Biology

4

BI 112Cell Biology for Health Occupations

5

BI 221Principles of Biology: Cells

4

BI 222Principles of Biology: Organisms

4

BI 223Principles of Biology: Populations

4

BI 231Human Anatomy and Physiology I

4

BI 232Human Anatomy and Physiology II

4

BI 233Human Anatomy and Physiology III

4

BI 234Microbiology

5

CH 221General Chemistry I

5

CH 222General Chemistry II

5

CH 223General Chemistry III

5

CS 160Introduction to Computer Science

4

CS 161Computer Science I

4

CS 162Computer Science II

4

CS 260Data Structures

4

ESR 171Environmental Science: Biological Perspectives

4

FOR 111Introduction to Forestry

3

FOR 222Elementary Forest Survey

4

FOR 240Forest Biology

4

FOR 241Dendrology

3

G 201Introduction to Physical Geology

4

G 202Physical Geology

4

GS 106Physical Science (Geology)

4

GS 108Physical Science (Oceanography)

4

GS 109Physical Science (Meteorology)

4

HORT 111Introduction to Horticulture

3

PHY 201General Physics I

5

PHY 202General Physics II

5

SOIL 205Soil Science

4

Non-lab Specific Courses:

BI 100Biology of Human Body Systems

4

BI 220Human Genetics

3

G 208Volcanoes and Their Activity

3

G 209Earthquakes

3

HORT 111Introduction to Horticulture

3

MTH 105Applied Math

4

MTH 111College Algebra

4

MTH 112Elementary Functions

4

MTH 211Foundations of Elementary Math I

4

MTH 212Foundations of Elementary Math II

4

MTH 213Foundations of Elementary Math III

4

MTH 243Statistics I

4

MTH 251Calculus I

4

MTH 252Calculus II

4

MTH 253Calculus III

4

MTH 254Calculus IV

4

Cultural Literacy Courses

AAOT and ASOT:

ART 210Women in Art

4

COMM 140Introduction to Intercultural Communication

4

COMM 237Gender and Communication

4

ENG 250Introduction to Mythology

4

ENG 260Introduction to Women Writers

4

GEO 106World Regional Geography

4

HST 101Western Civilization: Ancient to Medieval

4

HST 102Western Civilization: Medieval to Early Modern

4

HST 103Western Civilization: Modern Europe

4

HST 201History of the United States to 1840

4

HST 202History of the United States from 1840 to 1914

4

HST 203History of the United States from 1914

4

HST 246Religion in the United States to 1840

4

HST 285The Holocaust

4

MUS 108Music Cultures of the World

3

MUS 205Introduction to Jazz History

3

PHL 201Being and Knowing

4

PHL 202Ethics

4

PS 204Comparative Politics

4

PSY 201Introduction to Psychology, Part I

4

PSY 202Introduction to Psychology, Part II

4

SOC 204Sociology in Everyday Life

4

SOC 206Social Problems

4