GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS
Community College of Rhode Island
University of Rhode Island
Rhode Island College

 

GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM AT 
THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF RHODE ISLAND

Students transferring to the Community College of Rhode Island must follow the specific program requirements as shown in the current catalog.

Consultation with an advisor is strongly recommended. Any questions concerning official transfer evaluation or the transfer admissions process should be directed to:


Transfer Admissions Counselor
Office of Admissions and Records
Community College of Rhode Island
Lincoln, Rhode Island 02865
333-7317

 

GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM AT 
THE UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND

At the University of Rhode Island, the General Education Program requires students to take courses in the areas of English communications (including one course in writing), mathematics, fine arts and literature, foreign language or culture, letters, the natural sciences, and the social sciences. Because the specific courses approved in these areas may also fulfill prerequisite requirements for a major, students planning to transfer to the University are urged to consult the University of Rhode Island Catalog or to discuss their plans with an advisor at URI. The following section includes a chart which lists the general education requirements approved for each college within the University of Rhode Island. Following the chart is a list of courses which have been approved for general education credit. Students in the College of Engineering and the College of Arts & Sciences should note that not all general education courses at the University are approved for their programs. The course listing denotes those courses which are not applicable to engineering and arts and sciences majors.

To use the chart, first locate the row for the College at the University of Rhode Island in which you intend to enroll; then, read the entries under each column for specific requirements within each area. For specific course listings, refer to the page following the chart.
 
 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
URI GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS BY COLLEGE

The chart below summarizes the URI general education requirements by college. Because each college has different requirements, students should consult their academic advisor and URI Catalog when selecting courses. Reference should be made to the URI General Education requirements and to the requirements of individual majors.

1. Engineering students need to be aware that there are certain courses in Fine Arts & Literature, Letters and Social Science which are not approved for their program.
2. Students enrolled in the Colleges of Nursing, Pharmacy or Environment & Life Sciences may reduce the credit requirements in Fine Arts & Literature, Foreign Language/Culture or Letters by 3 credits. 
 
English Communication
C, Cm
Mathematics
M
Fine Arts & Literature
A
Foreign Language/ Culture Clusters
F
Letters
L
Natural Sciences
N
Social Sciences
S
UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENT
(UNIV. REQ.)
6 cr. With minimum of 3 cr. In writing
3 cr.
6 cr.
6 cr. in a foreign language or semester abroad or culture clusters. See General Education requirements in the URI Catalog.
6 cr.
6 cr.
6 cr.
ARTS &
SCIENCES

 

UNIV. REQ. 

except BGS 100

 

UNIV. REQ.
3 cr. in Fine Arts;

3 cr. in Literature

See General Education requirements in the URI Catalog.
BA:

One course per code

BS, BFA, BM: UNIV. REQ.

BA:

One course per code

BS, BFA, BM: UNIV. REQ.

BA:

One course per code

BS, BFA, BM: UNIV. REQ.

BUSINESS
 
 

 

1 of the following: COM 101, WRT 101, 201, 333; and WRT 227
BAC 120
6 cr. (with at least 

3 cr. in Literature)

See General Education requirements in the URI Catalog.
UNIV. REQ.
UNIV. REQ.
ECN 201 & 202
ENGINEERING

 

UNIV. REQ.
except MCE majors-COM 101
MTH 141
UNIV. REQ.
3 Credits
UNIV. REQ.
(See specific requirements by major)
UNIV. REQ.
UNIV. REQ.

ECN 201 is required

ENVIRONMENT
AND
LIFE SCIENCES
3 cr. in writing; 3 cr. in oral communication
Specific to major
UNIV. REQ. (3)
See General Education requirements in the URI Catalog.
UNIV. REQ. (3)
6 cr. selected from biology and chemistry.
UNIV. REQ.
(See specific requirements by major)
HUMAN
SCIENCE &
SERVICES
3 cr. in writing; 3 cr. in oral communication
UNIV. REQ.
UNIV. REQ.
See General Education requirements in the URI Catalog.
UNIV. REQ.
UNIV. REQ.

(See specific requirement by major)

UNIV. REQ.

(See specific requirement by major)

NURSING

 

UNIV. REQ.
STA 220
UNIV. REQ. (3)
See General Education requirements in the URI Catalog.
UNIV. REQ. (3)
CHM 103 and

FSN 207

PSY 113 and 

SOC 100

PHARMACY

 

UNIV. REQ.
MTH 131 or

MTH 141

UNIV. REQ. (3)
See General Education requirements in the URI Catalog.
UNIV. REQ. (3)
CHM 101/102 and

BIO 113

UNIV. REQ.

ECN 201 is required


 
FINE ARTS & LITERATURE

Fine Arts

ARH120 Intro to Art

ARH184 Architecture: An Introduction

ARH251/252 Art History

ARH284 Intro Topics Architecture

ARH285 Women in Art

ARH359 Baroque Art

ARH364 American Art

ARH374 Topics in Film1

ART101 2-Dimension Studio1

ART103 3-Dimension Studio1

ART203 Color1

ART207 Drawing I1

ART215 Filmmaking I1

ART231 Printmaking I1

ART233 Printing/Typography1

COM231 Oral Interpret/Literature1

HPR 101 Thinking/Humanities

HPR105 Honors Study

HPR119W Honors

HPR124 Honors

LAR201 Landscape Architecture1

MUS101 Introduction to Music

MUS106 History of Jazz

MUS111 Basic Musicianship

PLS233 Floral Art1,2

THE100 Introduction to Theatre

THE181 Script Analysis

THE351,352 Costuming

THE381,382,383 Theatre History 

Literature

AAF/ENG247 Pan-African Lit

AAF/ENG248 Afro-American Lit

CLA391,395,396,397 Mythology

CLS/ENG160 Literatures of the World

CLS250 Themes & Myths

CLS335 Interdisc Comperative Lit

ENG 110 Intro Literature

ENG/CLS160 Literatures of the World

ENG241,242 US Literature I, II

ENG243 The Short Story

ENG/AAF247 Pan-African Lit

ENG/AAF248 Afro-American Lit

ENG251,252 British Literature I, II

ENG260 Women and Literature

ENG262 Intro Lit Genres: Nonfiction

ENG263 Intro to Literary Genres: The Poem

ENG264 Intro to Literary Genres: The Drama

ENG265 Intro to Literary Genres: The Novel

ENG280 Shakespeare

ENG338 Native American Lit

ENG355 Lit and the Sciences

ENG356 Lit and the Law

ENG357 Lit and Medicine

ENG358 Lit and Business

ENG366 Greek and Roman Drama

ENG367 The Epic

ENG368 The Bible

ENG373 British Lit/Renaissance

ENG381 Medieval/Renaissance Lit

ENG382 Medieval/Renaissance Authors

FRN391,392,393 Lit in Translation

GER392 Lit in Translation

HPR105 Honors

HPR125 Honors 

ITL325,326 Italian Literature

ITL391,392,395 Lit in Translation

RUS325,326 Russian Literature

RUS391,392 Lit in Translation

SPA305,306 Spanish Literature

SPA307 Hispanic Culture

SPA308 Literature Modern Spain

SPA325 Literary Genres

SPA391,392 Lit in Translation

SPA393 Lit in Translation

LETTERS (L)

AAF/HIS150 Afro-American Hist

APG327 Bioanthropology

BGS392 Humanities Seminar1,2

CLS235 Philosophy/Literature

COM200 Human Comm

COM205 American Speeches

COM210 Persuasion

EGR316 Engineering Ethics

HIS111 Greece & Rome

HIS112 Medieval Europe

HIS113,114 Western Civ

HIS116 History Science

HIS117 History Medicine

HIS118 Women in Europe

HIS123 Modern British Civ

HIS130 History and the Sea

HIS132 Russian/Soviet

HIS141,142 US History

HIS145 Women in American

HIS146 Women US, 1890-present

HIS/AAF150 Afro-American

HIS171 East Asia History

HIS172 Southeast Asia History

HIS176/177 Islamic MidEast

HIS180 Latin America

HIS304 Europe

HIS305 Renaissance

HIS306,307 Reformation

HIS309 French Revolution

HIS310,311 Europe

HIS314 17th & 18th Europe Culture

HIS321,323,324 England

HIS327 German

HIS328 The Holocaust

HIS332,333 Russia/Soviet

HIS340,341,346 America

HIS353,354 US Diplomacy

HIS360 American Culture

HIS376 Women/Muslim

HIS377 Revolution in Islam

HIS381,382 Latin America

HIS384 Caribbean

HIS398 His/Science Fiction

HPR104 Thinking/Letters

HPR107 Honors Study

HPR203 Honors

JOR110 Intro Mass Media

LAR202 Landscape Design

LET151,351 Topics: Letters

NES200 New England

NUR360 Death/Behavior1,2

PHL103 Intro Philosophy

PHL204 Human Nature

PHL210 Women/Moral Rights

PHL212 Ethics

PHL215 Science & Inquiry

PHL217 Social Philosophy

PHL235 Philosophy/Literature

PHL314 Medical Ethics

PHL316 Engineering Ethics

PHL318 Philosophy/Socialism

PHL321 Ancient Philosophy

PHL322 Medieval Philosophy

PHL323 Modern Philosophy

PHL324 European Philosophy

PHL325 American Philosophy

PHL328 Philosophy/Religion

PHL331 East Asian

PHL346 Existentialism

PHL355 Philosophy/Art

PSC240,341,342 Political Theory

PSY310 History of Psychology1

RLS111 Comparative Religion

RLS125 Biblical Thought

RLS126 Christian Thought

RLS131 Oriental Philosophies

WMS220 Women/Natural Sciences

WMS333 Women in Irish Society

SOCIAL SCIENCES

APG/LIN200 Language/Culture

APG202 Prehistoric Ages

APG203 Cultural Anthropology

APG/LIN220 Study of Language

APG319 Cultural Behavior

BGS390 Social Sciences Seminar1,2

CNS220 Consumer in Economy1

COM220 Small Group Communic.

ECN100 Economics1

ECN201,202 Economics

ECN381 Contemp. Political Econ

EDC102 American Education1

EDC312 Psychology of Learning

ENG330 Structure of American English

ENG332 Evolution of the English Language

GEG101 World Regional

GEG104 Political Geography

GEG200 Human Ecosystems

HPR102 Thinking/Social Science

HPR110,117,119V Honors 

HSS350 Public Policy1,2

LIN/APG200 Study Language

LIN202 Language Evolution

LIN/APG220 Language/Culture

MGT110 Intro to Business1

NRS100 Resource Conservation1

NUR150 Human Sexuality1

PEX123 Foundations of Health2

PSC113 American Politics

PSC116 International Politics

PSC201 Comparative Politics

PSC221 State/Local Government

PSC288 American Legal 

PSY103 Self-Understanding

PSY113 General Psychology

PSY232 Develop. Psychology

PSY235 Personality

PSY254 Abnormal Psychology

REN105 Resource Economics1

SOC100 General Sociology

SOC204 Social Psychology

SOC212 The Family

SOC214 Urban Sociology

SOC216 Deviant Behavior

SOC224 Medical Sociology

SOC230 Crime and Delinquency

SOC238 Population Problems

SOC240 Race and Ethnic Relations

SOC241 Work/Society

SOC242 Sex/Gender

SOC306 Development Human Societies

SOC336 Social Inequality

TMD224 Clothing/Human Behavr1,2

WMS150 Women’s Studies

FOREIGN LANGUAGE/
CULTURE CLUSTERS

6 credits in a foreign language or semester abroad or culture culusters. See General Education requirements in the URI Catalog.

NATURAL SCIENCES

APG201 Human Origins

AST108 Astronomy

AVS101 Animal Science

BCH342 Human Genetics/Affairs

BGS391 Natural Science Seminar1,2

BIO104A Plant Biology

BIO104B Animal Biology

BIO112 General Botany

BIO113 General Zoology

BIO286 Insects/Humans/Disease

CHM100 Environmental Chemistry

CHM101,102 Chemistry I

CHM103,105 Intro. Chemistry

CHM112,114 Chemistry II

CHM124 Organic Chemistry

CHM191,192 General Chemistry

GEO100 Environmental Geology

GEO102 Dinosaurs

GEO103 Understanding the Earth

GEO110/OCG100 The Ocean Planet

HPR103 Thinking/Natural Sciences

HPR109 Honors

MIC102 Explorations in Microbiol.

NFS207 Nutrition

NRS212 Soil Science2

OCG110/GEO110 The Ocean Planet

OCG123 Oceanography

OCG131 Volcanoes & Environment

OCG401 General Oceanography2

PHY109,110 Introduction Physics

PHY111,185 Physics I

PHY112,186 Physics II

PHY130 Climatic Change

PHY140 Ideas of Physics

PHY203,273 Elementary Physics I

PHY204,274 Elementary Physics II

PHY205,275 Elementary Physics III

PHY213,285 Elementary Physics I

PHY214,286 Elementary Physics II

PLS150 Plant Biology

TMD113 Color Science

MATHEMATICS

BAC120 Intro Business Anal & App

CSC201 Introduction Computing

HPR108 Honors Mathematics

MTH107 Finite Math

MTH108 Topics in Mathematics

MTH111 Pre-calculus

MTH131,132 Calculus

MTH141,142 Calculus

STA220 Statistics

COMMUNICATIONS

Writing Courses

BGS100 Pro-Seminar2,3

ELS112,122 English as 2nd Lang.

HPR112 Honors Study

WRT101 Composition

WRT123 Writing/Returning Students

WRT201 Intermed. Writing: Academic Contexts

WRT227 Business Communications

WRT235 Writing in Electronic Environments

WRT301 Advanced Writing: Selected Contexts

WRT333 Scientific and Technical Writing

General Communications

COM101 Oral Communications

COM103 Interpersonal Communic.

HPR111 Honors Study

LIB120 Intro Library

PHL101 Logic

1 Not applicable Engineering majors

2 Not applicable Arts & Sciences majors

3 Not applicable Pharmacy majors


 

GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM AT 
RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE

The General Education Program at Rhode Island College, entitled General Education 2000, consists both of a core curriculum and of distribution requirements. In the core, students must take a set of four related courses which provide an understanding of cultural and historical traditions which shaped the world in which they live and a critical appreciation of values, ideas, and practices which have emerged from these traditions. Courses in the core are writing intensive with an emphasis on critical thinking. In fulfilling distribution requirements, students must take six courses which expand their knowledge by exposure to social and behavioral sciences, to visual and performing arts, and to natural sciences and mathematical systems. The ten courses required of General Education 2000 are outlined on the next page. Specific courses in some of the distribution areas may also fulfill requirements in a major, so students planning to transfer to Rhode Island College are urged to read the current catalog and discuss their coursework with an academic advisor.
 

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS AT RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE

General Education 2000
 

I. CORE STUDIES IN CULTURAL LEGACIES AND CRITICAL THINKING: (courses in parentheses are equivalent CCRI courses)

Core 1 (C1) Western Literature English 161 (ENGL 1040 OR 2040)

Core 2 (C2) Western History History 161 (HIST 1010 OR 1020)

Core 3 (C3) Non-Western Worlds Dept 16x (HIST 2260)

Core 4 (C4) Critical Inquiry into Cultural Issues GE/Dept 26x

(Cores 1, 2 & 3 must be completed before enrolling in Core 4)

II. DISTRIBUTION REQUIREMENTS: (Courses in parentheses are equivalent CCRI courses.)
(SB)

SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES
two courses from different disciplines

(A)

VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS
one course

(LS)

LABORATORY SCIENCE
one course

(M)

MATHEMATICAL SYSTEMS
one course

(SM)

SCIENCE/MATHEMATICS
one course*

AFAM 200 ART 101 (ARTS 1010) BIOL 101 (BIOL 1030) MATH 139 (MATH 1470) ANTH 103
ANTH 101(201) (SOCS 2110) ART 104 (ARTS 1310, 1320) BIOL 102 (BIOL 1040) GE M (MATH 1430) BIOL 103
ANTH 102(202) ART 201 BIOL 108 MATH 177 (MATH 1670) CSCI 101 (COMI 1100)
ANTH 204 ART 230 BIOL 109 (BIOL 1040) MATH 181 (MATH 1700+1710 or  GEOG 205
ANTH 205 ART 231 (ARTS 1330) CHEM 103 (CHEM/CHMT 1030) 1800) PHIL 205 (PHIL 2040)
ANTH 206 ART 232 (ARTS 1220) CHEM 104 (CHEM 1100 or MATH 212 (MATH 1910) PSCI 210 (ASTR 1010)
ANTH 104 COMM 241 CHMT 1220) MATH 240 (MATH 1550) PSCI 214
ECON 202 DANC 116 CHEM 105 (CHEM 1180) MATH 247  
GEOG 100 ENGL 113 (ENGL 1270) CHEM 106 (CHEM 1190)    
GEOG 201 ENGL 116 (ENGL 2210) PSCI 103    
POL 200 (POLS 1000) MUS 161-166: Music Ensembles  PHYS 101 (PHYS 1030 OR 1050)  
*or an additional course from either
POL 202 (POLS 1010) (Repeat for minimum of 3 credits) PHYS 102 (PHYS 1040 OR 1060)  
laboratory science or mathematical
POL 203 (POLS 1210) MUS 161 (MUSC 1210) PHYS 200 (PHYS 2310)  
systems
POL 204 (POLS 1110) MUS 162 PSCI 212 (GEOL 1010)    
PSYC 110 (PSYC 2010) MUS 163 PSCI 217 (OCEN 1010 + 1030)    
PSYC 215 (PSYC 2020) MUS 164 (MUSC 1200)      
SOC 200 (SOCS 1010) MUS 165 (MUSC 1180)      
SOC 202 (SOCS 2020) MUS 166 (MUSC 1220)      
SOC 204 (SOCS 2030) MUS 201 (MUSC 1160)      
SOC 207 (SOCS 2300) MUS 203 (MUSC 1010)      
SOC 208 MUS 221      
SOC 211 (SOCS 2050) MUS 222 (MUSC 1090)      
SOC 217 MUS 225 (MUSC 1110)      
WMST 200 (PSYC 1070) THTR 240 (THETR 1090)      
  PFA 158      
  PHIL 230      
Students may choose to take a Modern Languages course numbered 110 or 113 to satisfy one of the social and behavior sciences category requirements.

 

General Education Course Equivalency Listing

In using the following listing of course equivalencies, please note that the letters GE withing parentesis (GE) indicate that the course fulfills a general education requirement. The letter or letters following the hyphen tell you what specific category(ies) of general education the course fulfills. Use the table below to understand the letter abbreviations at URI or RIC and refer back to the explaination of the general education programs in the proceding pages. For more information or if you have questions, refer to the CCRI, RIC or URI catalog or ask your transfer advisor.

The general education requirements at CCRI are specific to individual programs. For more information on general education requirements at CCRI speak with your advisor or faculty advisor.


URI
RIC

C, Cw English Communications
M Mathematics
A Fine Arts and Literature
F Foreign Language or Culture
L Letters
N Natural Science
S Social Science

I. Core Studies in Cultural Legacies and Critical Thinking

Core 1 (C1) Western Literature
Core 2 (C2) Western History
Core 3 (C3) Non-Western Worlds
Core 4 (C4) Critical Inquiry into Cultural Issues

II. Distribution Requirements

SB Social and Behavioral Sciences
A Visual and Performing Arts
LS Laboratory Science
M Mathematical Systems
S/M Science/Mathematics

 



CCRI

URI

RIC
SOCS 2110 Introduction to Anthropology APG 200 Language and Culture (GE-S) ANTH 104 Intro to Anthropol Linguistics (GE-SB)
Free Elective APG 201 Human Origins (GE-S) ANTH 103 Intro to Physical Anthropology (GE-SB)
Free Elective APG 202 The Prehistoric Ages (GE-S) ANTH 102 Introduction to Archaeology (GE-SB)
Free Elective APG 203 Cultural Anthropology (GE-S) ANTH 101 Intro to Cultural Anthropology (GE-SB)
Free Elective APG 319 Cultural Behavior and Environment (GE-S) ANTHRO 300-level Elective
Free Elective APG 327 History of Physical Anthropology (GE-L) ANTHRO 300-level Elective
Free Elective APG 300-level Elective ANTH 204 Art, Society and Culture (GE-SB)
Free Elective APG 300-level Elective ANTH 205 Anthropoloy of Race & Racism (GE-SB)
Free Elective APG 300-level Elective ANTH 206 Oral Traditions (GE-SB)
Free Elective Free Elective ANTH 162 Non-Western Worlds (GE-C3) 
Free Elective Free Elective ANTH 169 Music Cult of Non-West Worlds (GE-C3)
Free Elective Free Elective ANTH 261 Intercultural Encounters (GE-C4)
Free Elective Free Elective ANTH 262 Indigenous Rights & Global Env (GE-C4)
Free Elective Free Elective ANTH 263 Dsgns for Living: Simple/Cmpx (GE-C4)
Free Elective Free Elective ANTH 264 Writing & Culture: Papyrus/Cyb (GE-C4)
ARTS 1010 Drawing I ART 207 Drawing I (GE-A) ART 101 Drawing I or Free Elective (GE-A)
ARTS 1020 Color ART 203 Color (GE-A) Free Elective or ART Equivalent
ARTS 1130 Introduction to Visual Arts ARH 120 Introduction to Art (GE-A) ART 201 Visual Arts in Society (GE-A)
ARTS 1220 Survey of Art (Modern) ARH 252 Introduction to History of Art II (GE-A) ART 232 Renaissance Through Modern Art or 

Free Elective (GE-A)

ARTS 1310 Basic Two-Dimensional Design I ART 101 Two-Dimensional Studio I (GE-A) ART 104 Design I or  Free Elective (GE-A)
ARTS 1320 Basic Two-Dimensional Design II ART Elective ART 104 Design I or Free Elective (GE-A)
ARTS 1330 Survey of Art (Ancient/Neo-Classical) ARH 251 Introduction to History of Art I (GE-A) ART 231 Prehistoric to Renaissance Art or Free Elective (GE-A)
ARTS 2210 Sculpture I ART 103 Three-Dimensional Studio I (GE-A) ART 215 Sculpture I or Free Elective
Free Elective ARH 359 Baroque Art (GE-A) ART 333 Baroque Art
Free Elective ARH 364 American Art (GE-A) ART 334 American Art and Architecture
Free Elective ART 215 Filmmaking I (GE-A) Free Elective
Free Elective ART 233 Relief Printing and Typography I (GE-A) Art Equivalent or Free Elective
Free Elective Art Elective ART 230 Survey of Far Eastern Art (GE-A)
ASTR 1010 The Solar System Free Elective PSCI 210 Introduction to Astronomy (GE-SM)
ASTR 1010 The Solar System +

ASTR 1020 The Stellar System

AST 108 Introduction to Astronomy (GE-N)  
ASTR 1020 The Stellar System Free Elective General Ed SM Category (GE-SM)
BIOL 1000 Cell Biology for Technology BIO 100-level Elective BIOL 101 Introduction to Biology I (GE-LS)
BIOL 1030 General Biology - Botany BIO 112 (BOT 111) General Botany (GE-N) BIOL 101 Introduction to Biology I (GE-LS)
BIOL 1030 General Biology - Botany +

BIOL 1040 General Biology - Zoology

BIO 112 (BOT 111) General Botany + (GE-N)

BIO 113 (ZOO 111) General Zoology (GE-N)

BIOL 101 Introduction to Biology I + (GE-LS)

BIOL 102 Introduction to Biology II (GE-LS)

BIOL 1040 General Biology - Zoology BIO 113 (ZOO 111) General Zoology (GE-N) BIOL 109 Fundamentl Concepts of Biol (GE-LS)
BIOL 2040 Human Sexuality NUR 150 Human Sexuality (GE-S) HLTH 101 Human Sexuality
BUSN 1010 Introduction to Business MGT 110 Introduction to Business (GE-S) MGT 100 Introduction to Business
Completed Chemical Technology Curriculum
CHM 101 General Chemistry Lecture I + (GE-N)

CHM 102 Lab for General Chemistry I + (GE-N)

CHM 112 General Chemistry Lecture II + (GE-N)

CHM 114 Lab for General Chemistry II + (GE-N)

CHM 226 Organic Chemistry Lab

CHEM 103 General Chemistry I + (GE-LS)

CHEM 104 General Chemistry II + (GE-LS)

CHEM 205 Organic Chemistry I+

CHEM 206 Organic Chemistry II 

CHMT 1120 Chemical Technology I   CHEM 103 General Chemistry (GE-LS)
CHMT 1220 Chemical Technology II   CHEM 104 General Chemistry (GE-SM)
CHEM 1000 Chemistry of Our Environment CHM 100 Chemistry of Our Environment (GE-N) General Education SM Category (GE-LS)
CHEM 1000 Chemistry of Our Environment +

PHYS 1000 Physical Science

CHM 100 Chemistry of Our Environment + (GE-N)

PHY 109 Introduction to Physics (GE-N)

PSCI 103 Physical Sciences (GE-LS)
CHEM 1030 General Chemistry I CHM 101 General Chemistry I + (GE-N)

CHM 102 General Chemistry I Lab (GE-N)

CHEM 103 General Chemistry (GE-LS)
CHEM 1100 General Chemistry II CHM 112 General Chemistry II + (GE-N)

CHM 114 General Chemistry II Lab (GE-N)

CHEM 104 General Chemistry (GE-LS)
CHEM 1180 Health Science Chemistry I CHM 103 Introductory Chemistry + (GE-N)

CHM 105 Introductory Chemistry Lab (GE-N)

CHEM 105 Gen, Organ & Biolog Chemistry I (GE-LS)
CHEM 1190 Health Science Chemistry II CHM 124 Introduction to Organic Chemistry + (GE-N)

CHM 126 Introduction to Organic Chemistry Lab (GE-N)

CHEM 106 Gen, Orgn & Biolog Chemistry II (GE-LS)
COMI 1100 Introduction to Computers CSC 101 Computing Concepts or

BAC 110 Business Computing Application

CSCI 101 A First Course in Computers or (GE-SM)

CIS 251 Computers in Management

COMI 1240 Object Oriented Programming CSC 201 Introduction to Computer Programming (GE-M) Free Elective
Free Elective CSC 320 Computers in Society General Education SM Category (GE-SM)
ECON 2010 Principles of Economics I ECN 202 Economic Principles (Macro) (GE-S) ECON 215 Introduction to Macroeconomics
ECON 2020 Principles of Economics II ECN 201 Economic Principles (Micro) (GE-S) ECON 214 Introduction to Microeconomics
Free Elective ECN 100 Introduction to Economics (GE-S) ECON 200 Introduction to Economics (GE)
ENGL 1010 Composition I WRT 101 Composition I (GE-C) WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing or 

Free Elective

ENGL 1020 19th Century American Literature ENG 241 US Literature (GE-A)  Free Elective
ENGL 1020 19th Century American Literature +

ENGL 2020 20th Century American Literature

ENG 241 US Literature I + (GE-A)

ENG 242 US Literature II (GE-A)

ENGL 207 Backgrounds in American Literature
ENGL 1030 British Literature I ENG 251 British Literature (GE-A) ENGL 205 Backgrnds: British Literature to 1800
ENGL 1040 World Literature to the 16th Century ENG 160 Literatures of the World (GE-A) ENGL 161 Western Literature (GE-C1)
ENGL 1200 Introduction to Literature ENG 110 Introduction to Literature (GE-A) ENGL 117 Contemp. Approaches to Literature
ENGL 1210 The Film as Literature I +
ENGL 2210 The Film as Literature II
Free Elective ENGL 116 Approaches to Film/Film Criticism (GE-A)
ENGL 1220 Introduction to Poetry ENG 263 Intro to Literary Genres: The Poem (GE-A) Free Elective
ENGL 1240 Readings in the Novel ENG 265 Intro to Literary Genres: The Novel (GE-A) Free Elective
ENGL 1250 Readings in the Short Story ENG 243 The Short Story (GE-A) Free Elective
ENGL 1260 Readings in Shakespeare ENG 280 Introduction to Shakespeare (GE-A) Free Elective
ENGL 1270 Contemporary Drama Free Elective ENGL 113 Approaches to Drama (GE-A)
ENGL 1280 Dramatic Literature ENG 264 Intro to Literary Genres: Drama (GE-A) ENGL 113 Approaches to Drama (GE-A)
ENGL 1290 Black American Literature ENG 248 Afro-American Lit. 1900 to Present (GE-A) Free Elective
ENGL 1300 Comp I - Speakers of Eng. as 2nd Lang ELS 112 English as a Second Language I (GE-C) ENGL 011 Writing English as Second Language
ENGL 1400 Business Writing for Secretaries WRT 227 Business Communications (GE-C) Free Elective
ENGL 1410 Business Writing WRT 227 Business Communications (GE-C) ENGL 230 Business Writing
ENGL 2010 Composition II WRT 101 Composition I or Free Elective (GE-C) WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing
ENGL 2020 20th Century American Literature ENG 242 US Literature (GE-A) Free Elective
ENGL 2030 British Literature II ENG 252 British Literature (GE-A) ENGL 206 Backgrnd in Brit. Lit. 1800 to Present
ENGL 2040 World Literature from 16th Century ENG 160 Lits of the World or Free Elective (GE-A) ENGL 161 Western Literature (GE-C1)
ENGL 2100 Technical Report Writing WRT 333 Scientific and Technical Writing (GE-C) Free Elective
ENGL 2210 The Film as Literature II Free Elective ENGL 116 Apprchs to Film & Film Criticism (GE-A)
Free Elective ENG 373 British Lit of the Renaissance (GE-A) ENGL 348 British Literature from 1500 to 1603
Free Elective ENG 373 British Lit of the Renaissance (GE-A) ENGL 351 British Literature from 1603 to 1674
Free Elective ENG 381* Topics in Medieval/Renaissance Lit (GE-A) ENGL 347 British Literature to 1500
Free Elective ENG 382* Medeival Renaissance Authirs (GE-A) ENGL 344 Chaucer
ENGL 1300 Composition - English as 2nd Language ELS 112 English as a Second Language I (GE-C) ENGL 011 Writing English as Second Language
  ELS 122 English as a Second Language II (GE-C)  
FREN 2010 Intermediate French I FRN 103 Intermediate French I FREN 113 Intermediate French (GE-SB)
FREN Elective FRN 131 Refresher Course in French FREN 110 Review of Basic French (GE-SB)
Free Elective FRN 391 Literature to 1789 in Translation (GE-A) Free Elective
Free Elective FRN 392 19th Century Literature in Translation (GE-A) Free Elective
Free Elective FRN 393 20th Century Literature in Translation (GE-A) Free Elective
GEOG 1010 Introduction to Geography GEG 103 Economic Geography or

GEG 104 Political Geography (GE-S)

GEOG 101 Introduction to Geography (GE-SB)
Free Elective GEG 100 Geography of Human Ecosystems GEOG 100 Intro to Environmental Studies (GE-SB)
Free Elective Free Elective GEOG 205 Earth’s Physical Environments (GE-SM)
Free Elective Free Elective GEOG 261 The New Global Village (GE-C4)
Free Elective Free Elective GEOG 263 Human Resp to Natural Disastrs (GE-C4)
GEOL 1010 General Geology I GEL 103 Physical Geology (GE-N) PSCI 212 Introduction to Geology (GE-LS)
Science Elective GEL 100 Environmental Geology (GE-N) General Ed SM Category (GE-SM)
Science Elective GEL 102 Evolution & Extinction of Dinosaurs (GE-N) General Ed SM Category (GE-SM)
GERM 2010 Intermediate German I GER 103 Intermediate German I GRMN 113 Intermediate German (GE-SB)
GERM 2010 Intermediate German I GER 113 Intensive Intermediate German I GRMN 113 Intermediate German (GE-SB)
HIST 1010 Survey of Western Civilization I HIS 112 History of Medieval Europe (GE-L) HIST 161 Western History (GE-C2)
 
* Consult with English Department for course equivalency.
 
HIST 1010 Survey of Western Civilization I +

HIST 1020 Survey of Western Civilization II

HIS 113 Hist West Civ Late Mid Ages -1789+ (GE-L)

HIS 114 History of Western Civ since 1789 (GE-L) 

HIST 161 Western History (GE-C2)
HIST 1020 Survey of Western Civilization II HIS 114 History of Western Civ since 1789 (GE-L) HIST 161 Western History (GE-C2)
HIST 1210 History of United States to 1877 HIS 141 History of United States to 1877 (GE-L) HIST 201 United States History to 1877
HIST 1220 History of United States from 1877 HIS 142 History of United States since 1877 (GE-L) HIST 202 US History: 1877 to Present
Free Elective HIS 132 Intro to Russian and Soviet History (GE-L) HIST 261 Between Est & Wst Russn Ident (GE-C4)
HIST 2250 Black American History HIS 150 Introduction to Afro-American History (GE-L) Free Elective
HIST 2260 History of East Asian Civilization HIS 171 East Asian Culture and History (GE-L) HIST 162 Perspectives on E Asian Civs (GE-C3)
HIST 1000-Level Elective HIS 180 Intro to Latin American Civilization (GE-L) Free Elective
Free Elective HIS 177 Islamic Middle East (GE-L) HIST 164 Perspectvs on Muslim Hist & Civ (GE-C3)
HMNS 2060 Introduction to Education EDC 102 Introduction to American Education (GE-S) FNED 340 Foundations of Education
ITAL 2010 Intermediate Italian I ITL 103 Intermediate Italian I ITAL 113 Intermediate Italian (GE-SB)
Free Elective ITL 391 Masterpieces of Italian Literature I (GE-A) Free Elective
Free Elective ITL 392 Masterpieces of Italian Literature II (GE-A) Free Elective
Free Elective ITL 395 Dante’s Divine Comedy (GE-A) Free Elective
Free Elective LAT 301 Directed Readings in Latin I LATN 113 Intermediate Latin I (GE-SB)
LAWS 1020 Administration of Justice PSC 288 American Legal System (GE-S) Free Elective
MATH 1430 Math for Liberal Arts Students MATH 108 Topics in Mathematics (GE-M) MATH 139 Contemporary Topics in Math (GE-M)
MATH 1470 Topics in Mathematics: Probability MATH 107 Introduction to Finite Mathematics (GE-M) General Ed: Math Systems (GE-M)
MATH 1470 Topics in Mathematics: Discrete Math MATH 108 Topics in Mathematics (GE-M) MATH 139 Contemporary Topics in Math (GE-M)
MATH 1470 Topics in Math: Computers & Math MATH 108 Topics in Mathematics (GE-M) General Ed SM Category (GE-SM)
MATH 1472 History of Mathematics Free Elective General Ed: Math Systems (GE-M)
MATH 1475 Statistics for Social Sciences STA 220 Statistics in Modern Society (GE-M) MATH 240 Statistical Methods I (GE-M)
MATH 1510 Scientific Programming (PASCAL) CSC 201 Introduction to Computing (GE-M) Free Elective
MATH 1670 Quantitative Business Analysis I Free Elective MATH 177 Quantitative Business Analysis I (GE-M)
MATH 1700 Algebra for Technology +

MATH 1710 Trigonometry for Technology

Free Elective MATH 181 Applied Basic Mathematics (GE-M)
MATH 1800 Technical Mathematics I Free Elective MATH 181 Applied Basic Mathematics (GE-M)
MATH 1810 Technical Mathematics II MATH 100-level Credit (GE-M) Free Elective
MATH 1900 Pre-Calculus Mathematics MATH 111 Pre-Calculus (GE-M) MATH 209 Pre-Calculus Mathematics
MATH 1910 Calculus I MATH 141 Introduction to Calculus (GE-M) MATH 212 Calculus I (GE-M)
MATH 1920 Calculus II MATH 142 Intermediate Calculus (GE-M) MATH 213 Calculus II
Free Elective MATH 131 Basic Calculus I (GE-M) MATH 247 Calculus: A Short Course (GE-M)
Free Elective MATH 132 Applied Calculus II (GE-M) Free Elective
MUSC 1010 Foundations in Music (GE) MUS 111 Basic Musicianship (GE-A) MUS 203 Elementary Music Theory (GE-A)
MUSC 1090 Introduction to Opera MUS Elective MUS 222 Opera (GE-A)
MUSC 1110 Jazz History MUS 106 History of Jazz (GE-A) MUS 225 History of Jazz (GE-A)
MUSC 1160 Introduction to Music MUS 101 Introduction to Music (GE-A) MUS 201 Survey of Music (GE-A)
MUSC 1180 Jazz Ensemble MUS 296 Jazz and Studio Ensemble MUS 165 Jazz Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4 (GE-A)
MUSC 1200 Chamber Ensemble MUS 399 Chamber Music Ensembles MUS 164 Chamber Music Ensemble (GE-A) 
MUSC 1210 Chorus MUS 293 University Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 MUS 161 Chorus (1 credit per year) (GE-A)
MUSC 1220 Chamber Singers MUS 295 Concert Chorus MUS 166 Chamber Singers (GE-A)
Free Elective MUS 394 Symphonic Wind Ensemble MUS 162 Wind Ensemble (1 credit per year) (GE-A)
Free Elective MUS 397 University Symphony Orchestra MUS 163 Orchestra (1 credit per year) (GE-A)
OCEN 1010 Introduction to Oceanography +

OCEN 1030 Oceanography Lab

OCG 123 Oceans, Atmosp, & Global Change (GE-N) PSCI 217 Introduction to Oceanography (GE-LS)
PHIL 1010 Introduction to Philosophy PHL 103 Introduction to Philosophy (GE-L) PHIL 200 Problems of Philosophy
PHIL 2020 Philosophy of Religion PHL 328 The Philosophy of Religion (GE-L PHIL 241 Philosophy of Religion
PHIL 2030 Ethics PHL 212 Ethics (GE-L) PHIL 206 Ethics
PHIL 2040 Logic PHL 101 Logic: Principles of Reasoning (GE-C) PHIL 205 Introduction to Logic (GE-SM)
PHIL 2070 Honors: American Thought PHL 325 American Philosophy (GE-L) PHIL 300 American Philosophy
PHIL 2080 Honors: Philosophy and Human Nature PHL 204 Theories of Human Nature (GE-L) PHIL Elective
PHIL Elective PHL 210 Women and Moral Rights (GE-L) PHIL Elective
PHIL Elective PHL 215 Science and Inquiry (GE-L) PHIL Elective
PHIL Elective PHL 217 Social Philosophy (GE-L) PHIL 321 Social and Political Philosophy
PHIL Elective PHL 235 Mod Thought: Phils. & Lit. (CLS 235) (GE-L) PHIL Elective
PHIL Elective PHL 314 Ethical Probs in Society & Medicine (GE-L) PHIL 312 Phil. Issues in Medicine & Hlth Care
PHIL Elective PHIL 316 Engineering Ethics (GE-L) PHIL Elective
PHIL Elective PHL 318 Power/Justice-Contemp Crit Philos (GE-L) PHIL Elective
PHIL Elective PHL 321 Ancient Philosophy (GE-L) PHIL 351 Plato, Aristotle and Greek Thought
PHIL Elective PHL 322 Medieval Philosophy (GE-L) PHIL 355 Aquns Bonavntr & Mediev Thought
PHIL Elective PHL 323 Modern Philosophy (GE-L) PHIL 356 17th and 18th Century Philosophers
PHIL Elective PHL 324 Recent European Philosophy (GE-L) PHIL Elective
PHIL Elective PHL 331 East Asian Thought (GE-L) PHIL Elective
PHIL Elective PHL 346 Existential Problems in Human Life (GE-L) PHIL 358 Existentialism & Contemp. Philos
PHIL Elective PHL 355 Philosophy of Art (GE-L) PHIL 230 Aesthetics (GE-A)
Free Elective RLS 111 Comparative Religion (GE-L) PHIL Elective
Free Elective RLS 125 Biblical Thought (GE-L) PHIL Elective
Free Elective RLS 126 Development of Christian Thought (GE-L) PHIL Elective
Free Elective RLS 131 Oriental Philosophy and Religion (GE-L) PHIL 201 Introduction to Eastern Philosophy
PHYS 1000 Physical Science PHY 109 Introduction to Physics (GE-N) General Ed LS Category (GE-LS)
PHYS 1000 Physical Science +

CHEM 1000 Chemistry of our Environment

PHY 109 Introduction to Physics + (GE-N)

CHEM 100 Chemistry of our Environment (GE-N)

PSCI 103 Physical Science (GE-LS)
PHYS 1030 General Physics I PHY 111 General Physics I + (GE-N)

PHY 185 General Physics I Lab (GE-N)

PHYS 101 General Physics (GE-LS)
PHYS 1040 General Physics II PHY 112 General Physics II + (GE-N)

PHY 186 General Physics II Lab (GE-N)

PHYS 102 General Physics (GE-LS)
PHYS 1050 Physics for Technology I PHY 111 General Physics I (GE-N) PHYS 101 General Physics (GE-LS)
PHYS 1060 Physics for Technology II PHY 112 General Physics II (GE-N) PHYS 102 General Physics (GE-LS)
PHYS 1100 Engineering Physics PHY 111 General Physics I (GE-N) Free Elective
PHYS 1100 Engineering Physics +

ENGR 2060 Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics

PHY 203 Elementary Physics I + (GE-N)

PHY 273 Elementary Physics I Lab (GE-N)

PHYS 200 Mechanics (GE-LS)
PHYS 1120 Modern Technical Physics I PHY 109 Introduction to Physics + (GE-N)

PHY 110 Introduction to Physics Lab (GE-N)

Free Elective
PHYS 1130 Technical Physics PHY 109 Introduction to Physics + (GE-N)

PHY 110 Introduction to Physics Lab (GE-N)

Free Elective
PHYS 1140 Newtonian Physics PHY 109 Introduction to Physics (GE-N) Free Elective
PHYS 1220 Modern Technical Physics II PHY 109 Introduction to Physics (GE-N) Free Elective
PHYS 2310 Intermediate Physics I PHY 203 Elementary Physics I + (GE-N)

PHY 273 Elementary Physics I Lab (GE-N)

PHYS 200 Mechanics (GE-LS)
PHYS 2320 Intermediate Physics II PHY 204 Elementary Physics II + (GE-N)

PHY 274 Elementary Physics II Lab (GE-N)

PHYS 202 Thermodynamics, Waves and Optics
Free Elective PHY 140 Ideas of Physics (GE-N) General Ed SM Category (GE-SM)

*PHYS 2110 Accoustics, Optics & Thermodynamics +

*PHYS 2111 Accoustics, Optics & Thermodynamics Lab

PHY 205 Elementary Physics III + (GE-N)

PHY 275 Elementary Physics III Lab

PHYS 2110 Accoustics, Optics & Thermodynamics +
POLS 1000 Intro to Government & Politics Free Elective POL 200 Intro to Political Science (GE-SB)
POLS 1010 American National Government PSC 113 American Politics (GE-S) POL 202 American Government (GE-SB)
POLS 1110 Modern Political Ideologies PSC 240 Major Political Ideology (GE-L) POL 204 Introduction to Political Thought (GE-SB)
POLS 1210 International Relations PSC 116 International Politics (GE-S) POL 203 Global Politics (GE-SB)
POLS 2030 State and Local Government PSC 221 State and Local Government (GE-S) POL 306 State and Local Government
Free Elective PSC 288 The American Legal System (GE-S) POL 208 Introduction to Law
PORT 2010 Intermediate Portuguese I POR 103 Intermediate Portuguese I (GE-S) PORT 113 Intermediate Portuguese (GE-SB)
PSYC 1030 Psychology of Personal Adjustment PSY 103 Towards Self Understanding (GE-S) Free Elective
PSYC 1070 Psychology of Women WMS 150 Intro to Women Studies (GE-S) WMST 200 Women in Society (GE-SB)
PSYC 2010 General Psychology PSY 113 General Psychology (GE-S) PSYC 110 Introduction to Psychology (GE-SB)
PSYC 2030 Developmental Psychology PSY 232 Developmental Psychology (GE-S) PSYC 230 Human Development
PSYC 2100 Theories of Personalities PSY 235 Theories of Personality (GE-S) PSYC 251 Personality
PSYC 2110 Abnormal Psychology PSY 254 Behavr Probs & Personality Disords (GE-S)  PSYC 354 Abnormal Psychology
BUSN 1270 Fashion Analysis TMD 224 Clothing and Human Behavior (GE-S)  
SOCS 1010 General Sociology SOC 100 General Sociology (GE-S) SOC 200 Society and Social Behavior (GE-SB)
SOCS 2020 Marriage and Family SOC 212 The Family (GE-S) SOC 202 The Family (GE-SB)
SOCS 2030 Urban Sociology SOC 214 Urban Sociology (GE-S) SOC 204 Urban Sociology (GE-SB)
SOCS 2050 Social Problems Free Elective SOC 211 Social Problems (GE-SB)
SOCS 2110 Introduction to Anthropology APG 203 Cultural Anthropology (GE-S) ANTH 101(201) Intro to Cultural Anthropology (GE-SB)
SOCS 2300 Criminology SOC 230 Crime and Delinquency (GE-S) SOC 207 Crime and Criminal Justice (GE-SB)
SOCS 2310 Introduction to Corrections SOC 300-level Elective SOC 207 Crime and Criminal Justice or (GE-SB)

SOC 211 Social Problems (GE-SB)

SOCS 2000-level Elective SOC 204 Social Psychology (GE-S) SOC 200-level Elective
SOCS 2000-level Elective SOC 216 Deviant Behavior (GE-S) SOC 200-level Elective
SOCS 2000-level Elective SOC 238 Population Problems (GE-S) SOC 200-level Elective
SOCS 2000-level Elective SOC 241 Work and Society (GE-S) SOC 203 Sociology of Work
SOCS 2000-level Elective SOC 242 Sex and Gender (GE-S) SOC 200-level Elective
SOCS 2000-level Elective SOC 274 Criminal Justice System SOCS 207 Crime and Criminal Justice
SOCS 2000-level Elective SOC 306 Development of Human Societies (GE-S) SOCS 2000-level Elective
Free Elective SOC 224 Health, Illness, and Medical Care (GE-S) SOC 314 Sociology of Health and Illness
Free Elective SOC 230 Crime and Delinquency (GE-S) SOC 343 Juveniles and Justice
Free Elective SOC 336 Social Inequality (GE-S) SOC 312 Class, Status and Power
Free Elective SOC 200-level Elective SOC 217 Sociology of Aging (GE-SB
Free Elective SOC 200-level Elective SOC 261 Fountain of Age (GE-C4)
Free Elective SOC 200-level Elective SOC 262 Sociology of Money (GE-C4)
Free Elective SOC 200-level Elective SOC 263 Unequal Sisters (GE-C4)
Free Elective SOC 200-level Elective SOC 264 Gender Inequality (GE-C4)
SPAN 2010 Intermediate Spanish I SPA 103 Intermediate Spanish I (GE) SPAN 113 Intermediate Spanish (GE-SB)
Free Elective SPA 325 Introduction to Literary Genres (GE-A) SPAN 223 Survey of Spanish Literature I or

SPAN 224 Survey of Spanish Literature II

Free Elective SPA 391 Spanish Literature in Translation I (GE-A) Free Elective
Free Elective SPA 392 Spanish Literature in Translation II (GE-A) Free Elective
Free Elective SPA 393 Contemp Spanish-Amer Lit in Transl (GE-A) Free Elective
SPCH 1100 Oral Communications I COM 101 Fundament of Oral Communications (GE-C) COMM 208 Public Speaking
SPCH 1180 Oral Interpretation COM 231 Oral Interpretation of Literature (GE-A) Free Elective
Free Elective COM 103 Interpersonal Communications (GE-C) COMM 258 Interpersonal Communications
Free Elective COM 210 Persuasion (GE-L) COMM 351 Persuasion
Free Elective COM 220 Small Group Communications (GE-S) COMM 356 Discussion
Free Elective JOR 110 Introduction to Mass Media (GE-L) COMM 240 Mass Communication
THEA 1090 Introduction to Theatre THE 100 Introduction to Theatre (GE-A) THTR 240 Appreciatn & Enjoymnt of Thtr (GE-A)
THEA 1130 Origins of Theatre THE 381 History of Theatre to 1642 (GE-A) THTR 440(340) History of Theatre: Origins to 1625
SPCH 1180 Oral Interpretation COM 231 Oral Interpretation of Literature (GE-A) THTR 302 Oral Interpretation
Theatre Elective THE 181 Script Analysis (GE-A) THTR 105 Introduction to Theatre
Theatre Elective THE 382 Hist of Thetr: Classical to 19th Centy (GE-A) THTR 441(341) History of Theatre: 1625-1875
PSYC 1070 Psychology of Women WMS 150 Introduction to Women’s Studies (GE-S) WMST 200 Women in Society (GE-SB)
Free Elective WMS 220 Women and the Natural Sciences (GE-L) WMS 200-level Elective
Free Elective WMS 333 Women in Irish Society (GE-L) WMS 300-level Elective