2002-2003 General Education Requirements

WRITTEN COMPOSITION (two courses required)

6

ENGL 111 Composition I
ENGL 112 Composition II
FINE ARTS (one course required) 

3

ART 110 Introduction to Visual Art
ART 217 Ceramics I
ART 221 Sculpture I
ART 255 Drawing
ART 261 Painting
ART 265 Photography
FILM 229 The Film as an American Art Form
FILM 230 The European Film and Film Criticism
MUSC 100 Music Appreciation
MUSC 101 Listening: Music Masterpieces
THEA 101 Introduction to Technical Theatre and Design
THEA 120 Introduction to Dance
THEA 131 Fundamentals of Acting
FOREIGN LANGUAGE (one course required)*

3

FREN 201 Intermediate French
GRMN 201 Intermediate German
LATN 201 Intermediate Latin
SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish
HISTORY (two courses required)

6

HIST 101 History of Civilization
HIST 102 History of Civilization
LABORATORY SCIENCE (two courses required)

8

BIOL 111-111L Organisms, Ecology, and Evolution and Lab
BIOL 112-112L Cells:  Genetic and Molecular Perspectives and Lab
CHEM 103-105L Fundamentals of Chemistry and Lab
CHEM 104-106L Fundamentals of Chemistry and Lab
CHEM 127 Chemistry of Life
ENVS 101-101L Earth and Environmental Science I and Lab
ENVS 102-102L Earth and Environmental Science II and Lab
PHYS 141 College Physics
PHYS 142 College Physics
PHYS 161 General Physics
PHYS 162 General Physics
PSYC 103-105L General Psychology and Lab
PSYC 104-106L General Psychology and Lab
SCIE 101 Principles of Science I
SCIE 102 Principles of Science II
LITERATURE (one course required)

3

ENGL 201 Literature Culture I
ENGL 202 Literature Culture II
FREN 207 French Literature in Translation I
FREN 208 French Literature in Translation II
SPAN 207 Spanish and Latin American Literature
SPAN 208 Spanish and Latin American Literature
THEA 211 Dramatic Literature I
THEA 212 Dramatic Literature II
MATHEMATICS (one course required)

3

MATH 103 Calculus I
MATH 106 Liberal Arts Math
ORAL COMMUNICATION (one course required)

3

COMM 101 Argumentation and Practical Reasoning
THEA 123 Voice and Dictation
PHILOSOPHY (one course required)

3

PHIL 200 Introduction to Philosophy
RELIGIOUS STUDIES (one course required)

3

RELG 201 Hebrew Bible/Old Testament
RELG 202 New Testament
RELG 205 Religions of Asia
RELG 206 Judaism, Christianity and Islam
SOCIAL SCIENCE (two courses required)

6

ECON 100 Economics Perspectives
ECON 201 Principles of Economics-Micro
ECON 202 Principles of Economics-Macro
INTL 101 Global Politics in the New Millennium
POLI 109 Contemporary Political Problems I
POLI 110 Contemporary Political Problems II
POLI 111 Quest for Justice I
POLI 112 Quest for Justice II
SOCI 100 American Generations
SOCI 221 Cultural Anthroplolgy
WELLNESS (one course required)

2

HLTH 102 Life Choices for Health and Wellness
HMSR 102 Concepts for Exercise and Lifetime Wellness
SENIOR SYMPOSIUM (one course required)

2

G S 435 Senior Symposium
G S 436 Senior Symposium

      The foreign language requirement may be waived if a student whose primary language is not English can demonstrate acceptable written and spoken proficiency in his/her native language to members of the foreign language faculty.