general education at the university of rhode island

The University believes that all under­graduate students, regardless of their degree programs, need experience in the study of fundamentals that builds on the student's previous education and contin­ues through the undergraduate years and beyond. All bachelor's degree students follow the same university-wide general education requirements. While general education requirements for all students are selected from the same list of approved courses, there are possible variations based on the student's major. Students should consult specific college and departmental requirements and discuss the requirements with an advisor. In their first semester, all entering freshmen and new transfer students with less than 24 credits are required to take URI 101 Traditions and Transformations: A Freshman Seminar, in­cluding community service provided by the Feinstein Enriching America Program.

The purpose of general education at the University of Rhode Island is to lay a foundation for the lifelong enrichment of the human experience and for a thoughtful and active engagement with the world. This foundation is built on recognition of the complexity of nature, society, and the individual. The objective of general education is to introduce students to the fundamental dimensions of this complexity and to develop an appreciation of different ways of understanding it and different cultural responses to it.

Corresponding with these goals, the general education program is divided into the following core areas:

English Communication. Six credits in English communication, at least three of which must be in a course designed specifically to improve written communica­tion skills.

Fine Arts and Literature. Six credits in courses on artistic and literary expression and interpretation.

Foreign Language/Cross-cultural Competence. Six credits or the equivalent in coursework related to communicating across cultures.

Letters. Six credits in courses that address wisdom and traditions of the past and present in a global setting.

Mathematical and Quantitative Reasoning. Three credits in a course on mathematical and quantitative skills and their application.

Natural Sciences. Six credits in courses on the interrelationships of the natural world.

Social Sciences. Six credits in courses re­lated to the study of human behavior in social, economic, cultural, and political contexts.

Because particular skills are essential to a thoughtful engagement with the world, each course in General Education incorporates opportunities to practice three (3) or more of the following skills: reading complex texts, writing effectively, speaking effectively, examining human differences, using quantitative data, using qualitative data, using information technology, engaging in artistic activity.

In addition, the University has a commitment to providing students with the opportunity to examine diversity within and across national boundaries and requires that at least two of the courses taken as part of a student's general education program must be designated as diversity [D] courses. Only one course in a foreign language may be applied to the diversity requirement.   Since these diversity courses may be selected from any of the general education core areas, this requirement does not increase the total number of credits in the general education program.

Specific courses that may be used to meet these requirements are listed in the following groups:

English Communication: Writing (ECw) BGS 100; ELS 112, 122; WRT 104, 105, 106, 201, 227, 235, 302, 303, 304 [D], 305 [D], 333; General (EC) COM 100 [D], 110 [D], LIB 120, PHL 101.

Fine Arts and Literature (A): AAF 247 [D], 248 [D]; ART 101, 207; ARH 120 [D], 251 [D], 252 [D]; CLA 391 [D], 395 [D], 396 [D], 397 [D]; CLS 160 [D]; ENG 110 [D], 160 [D], 241 [D], 242 [D], 243 [D], 247 [D], 248 [D], 251 [D], 252 [D], 260 [D], 262[D], 263 [D], 264 [D], 265 [D], 280 [D]; 300 [D], 302 [D], 303 [D], 304 [D], 317 [D], 355 [D], 357 [D], 358 [D]; FLM 101 [D], 203 [D], 204 [D], 205 [D]; FRN 309 [D], 310 [D] 320 [D], 391[D], 392 [D], 393[D]; HPR 124 (105), 125 (105), 201A, 202A; LAR 201; MUS 101 [D], 106 [D], 111, 292 [D], 293 [D]; PLS 233, 335 [D]; RUS 391[D], 392 [D]; SPA 305 [D], 306 [D], 307 [D], 308 [D], 320 [D]; THE 100, 181, 351[D], 352 [D], 381, 382, 383;WMS 317 [D]

Foreign Language/Cross-cultural Competence (FC): This requirement shall be fulfilled in one of the following ways: 1) demonstration of competence through the intermediate level by a proficiency examination or by successfully completing the 104 level in a living language or the 302 level in a classical language (students who fulfill this requirement through an examination cannot earn course credit for graduation; students who earn less than six credits in fulfilling the requirement should apply credits to the elective or major areas); 2) a two-course sequence in a language previously studied for two or more years in high school through at least the 103 level in a living language or 301 in a classical language appropriate to a student's level of competence (e.g., 102 and 103, 102 and 301; 131 and 103; 103 and 104; 301 and 302); 3) course work in a language not previously studied (or studied for less than two years in high school) through the beginning level. All modern and classical language courses used to fulfill these options carry the [D] designation; 4) study abroad in an approved academic program for one semester; 5) majoring in a foreign language; 6) two courses in cross-cultural competence selected from the following list: CPL 300 [D]; FRN 309 [D], 310 [D], 320 [D], 391[D] , 392 [D], 393 [D]; HIS 132 [D], 171 [D], 172 [D],180 [D], 311 [D], 327 [D], 374, [D], 375 [D]; HPR 201F, 202F; LET 151L [D], 151Q [D], 151R [D]; NRS 300 [D]; PHL 331[D]; RLS 131 [D]; SPA 320 [D],TMD 224 [D]. Six credits of a full-semester approved Intercultural Internship in a foreign country through the Office of Internships and Experiential Education may be substituted for cross-cultural competence courses. Formally registered international students, students with a recognized immigrant status and students who are naturalized citizens may be exempt from the foreign language or cross-cultural competence requirement at the discretion of the dean of the student’s academic college.

Letters (L): AAF 150 [D] 201 [D], 355 [D], 356 [D]; APG 327; BGS 392 [D]; CLS 160 [D], 235; EGR 316 [D]; ENG 110 [D], 160 [D], 243 [D], 251 [D], 252 [D], 280 [D], 355 [D], 356 [D]; FRN 391[D] , 392[D], 393[D]; HIS 111, 112, 113 [D], 114 [D], 116, 117, 118 [D], 130 [D], 132 [D], 141 [D], 142 [D], 145 [D], 146 [D], 150 [D], 160 [D], 171 [D], 172 [D], 180 [D], 304, 305, 310 [D], 311 [D], 314, 323 [D], 327 [D], 332 [D], 333 [D], 340 [D], 341 [D], 346 [D] 351 [D], 355 [D], 356 [D], 374 [D], 375 [D]; HPR 107, 201L, 202L; JOR 110 [D]; LAR 202 [D]; LET 151L [D], 151Q[D], 151R [D]; NUR 360 [D]; PHL 101, 103, 204, 210 [D], 212 [D], 215, 217 [D], 235, 314, 316 [D], 321, 322, 323 [D], 325 [D], 328 [D], 331 [D], 346, 355; PSC 341, 342; PSY 310; RLS 111 [D], 125, 126, 131 [D]; WMS 220 [D], 315 [D], 320 [D].  

Mathematical and Quantitative Reasoning (MQ): BUS 111 (BAC 120); CSC 101, 201; HPR 108, 201M, 202M; MTH 107, 108, 109, 111, 131, 141; PSC 109; STA 220

Natural Sciences (N): AFS 190, 210, 211; APG 201 [D]; AST 108; AVS 101 [D]; BGS 391; BCH 190; BIO 101, 102, 105, 106, 286 [D]; CHM 100, 101, 103, 112; BPS 201*, GEO 100, 102, 103, 110, 113, 120; HPR 109, 201N , 202N; MIC 190; NRS 190; NFS 207; OCG 110, 123, 131; PHY 109, 111, 112, 140, 185, 186, 203, 204, 205, 273, 274, 275; PLS 150, 190, 233; TMD 113

Social Sciences (S): APG 200 [D], 202, 203 [D], 301 [D]; BGS 390 [D]; CPL 202 [D]; EEC 105, 310, 356; ECN 100 [D], 201, 202, 306, 381 [D]; EDC 102 [D]; GEG 101 [D], 104 [D]; 202 [D]; HDF 225; HPR 110 [D], 201S, 202S; HSS 130 [D]; JOR 110 [D]; KIN 123 [D], LIN 200 [D]; MAF 100; NUR 150 [D]; PSC 113 [D], 116 [D], PSC 201 [D], 274 [D], 288; PSY 103 [D], 113 [D], 255 [D], 232 [D], 235 [D], 254 [D]; REN 105, 310, 356; SOC 100 [D], 212 [D], 230 [D], 240 [D], 242 [D], 274 [D]; TMD 224 [D]; WMS 150 [D], 320 [D].

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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 pages 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.

Please note: although a course may be listed in more than one general education category, it can only be used to meet one requirement.

  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/Cross-cultural Competence or Letters by 3 credits.
 
English Communication
EC, ECw
Mathematics & Quantitive Reasoning
MQ
Fine Arts & Literature
A
Foreign Language/Cross Cultureal Competence
FC
Letters
L
Natural Sciences
N
Social Sciances
S
University Requirement
(Univ. Req.)
6 cr. with minimum of 3 cr. in writing
3 cr.
6 cr.
6 cr. in 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 100, WRT 104, 105, 106, 201 or 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.
MTH 141
Univ. Req.
3 cr.
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 bilogy 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 requirements by major)
Univ. Req. (see specific requirements 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
except BGS 100
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

GENERAL EDUCATION COURSE EQUIVALENCY

URI – CCRI 2007-2008

ENGLISH COMMUNICATION (EC) (ECw)

URI Course

CCRI Course

COM 1XC Communication Studies [GE-C] or

COM 202 Public Speaking [COM Majors Only]

SPCH 1100 Oral Communications I

ELS 112 English as a Second Lang I [GE-Cw]

ENGL 1300 Comp I Speakers of Eng as 2nd Lang

WRT 104 Writing to Inform/Explain [GE-ECw]

ENGL 1010 Composition I

WRT 201 Argument and persuasion [GE- Cw]

ENGL 2015 Advanced Writing for Lib. Arts

WRT 201 Argument and persuasion [GE-Cw]

ENGL 2010 Composition II

WRT 227 Business Communications [GE-Cw]

ENGL 1400 Business Writing for Secretaries

WRT 227 Business Communications [GE-Cw]

ENGL 1410 Business Writing

WRT 333 Scientific and Tech. Writing [GE-Cw]

ENGL 2100 Technical Report Writing

PHL 101 Critical Thinking [GE-Cw/L

PHIL 2040 Logic

MATHMATICAL & QUANTITATIVE (MQ)

URI Course

CCRI Course

BUS 111 Business Analy. w/ Application [GE-M]

MATH 1680 Quantitative Business Analysis II

CSC 101 Computing Concepts [GE-M]

(CSC may not be used for Gen Ed credit

in the College of Art sand Sciences)

COMI 1100 Introduction to Computers

CSC 201 Intro to Computer Program. [GE-M]

COMI 1520 Visual BASIC Programming

CSC 201 Intro to Computer Program [GE-M]

COMI 1521 Intro to Visual BASIC Program +

COMI 1522 Intermed. Visual BASIC Program +

COMI 1523 Advanced Visual BASIC Program

MTH 107 Introduction to Finite Math [GE-M]

MATH 1430 Math for Liberal Arts Students

MTH 108 Topics in Mathematics [GE-M]

MATH 1470 Topics in Math: Computers & Math

MTH 108 Topics in Mathematics [GE-M]

MATH 1470 Topics in Math: Discrete Math

MTH 107 Intro. to Finite Mathematics [GE-M]

MATH 1470 Topics in Mathematics: Probability

MTH 111 Pre-Calculus [GE-M]

MATH 1900 Pre-Calculus Mathematics

MTH 141 Introduction to Calculus [GE-M]

MATH 1910 Calculus I

MTH 142 Intermediate Calculus [GE-M]

MATH 1920 Calculus II

STA 220 Statistics in Modern Society [GE-M]

MATH 1475 Statistics for Social Sciences


FINE ARTS & LITERATURE (A) FINE ARTS

URI Course

CCRI Course

ARH 120 Introduction to Art [GE-A]

ARTS 1001 Introduction to Visual Arts

ART 207 Drawing I [GE-A]

ARTS 1010 Drawing I

ART 101 Two-Dimensional Studio I [GE-A]

ARTS 1310 Basic Two-Dimensional Design I

ARH 251 Introduction to History of Art I [GE-A]

ARTS 1510 Art History: Ancient to Medieval

ARH 252 Intro to History of Art II [GE-A]

ARTS 1520 Art History: Renaissance to Modern

MUS 111 Basic Musicianship [GE-A]

MUSC 1010 Foundations in Music

MUS 106 History of Jazz [GE-A]

MUSC 1110 Jazz History

MUS 101 Introduction to Music [GE-A]

MUSC 1160 Introduction to Music

MUS 293 University Chorus [GE-A]

{1credit per semester}

MUSC 1210 Chorus {1 credit per semester}

THE 100 Introduction to Theatre [GE-A]

THEA 1090 Introduction to Theatre

THE 381 History of Theatre to 1642 [GE-A]

THEA 1130 Origins of Theatre

THE 383 History of Modern Theatre [GE-A]

ENGL 1270 Contemporary Drama

LITERATURE

URI Course

CCRI Course

ENG 241 US Literature [GE-A]

ENGL 1020 19th Century American Literature

ENG 242 US Literature [GE-A]

ENGL 2020 20th Century American Literature

ENG 251 British Literature I [GE-A/L]

ENGL 1030 British Literature I

ENG 252 British Literature II [GE-A/L]

ENGL 2030 British Literature II

ENG 160 Literatures of the World [GE-A/L]

ENGL 2040 World Literature to 16th Century

ENG 110 Introduction to Literature [GE-A/L]

ENGL 1200 Introduction to Literature

ENG 263 Intro to Literary Genres: Poem [GE-A]

ENGL 1220 Introduction to Poetry

ENG 265 The Novel [GE-A]

ENGL 1240 Readings in the Novel

ENG 243 The Short Story [GE-A/L]

ENGL 1250 Readings in the Short Story

ENG 280 Introduction to Shakespeare [GE-A/L]

ENGL 1260 Readings in Shakespeare

ENG264 Intro to Literary Genres:Drama [GE-A]

ENGL 1280 Dramatic Literature

ENG 248 Afro-Amer Lit 1900 to Present [GE-A]

ENGL 1290 Black American Literature

ENG 160 Lit. of the World [GE-A/L]

ENGL 2040 World Lit from 16th Century


FOREIGN LANGUAGE /CROSS-CULTURAL COMPETENCE (FC)

URI Course

CCRI Course

FRN 101 Beginning French I [GE FC]

FREN 1010 /1030 Elementary French I

FRN 102 Beginning French II [GE FC]

FREN 1020/1040 Elementary French II

FRN 103 Intermediate French I [GE FC]

FREN 2010 Intermediate French I

FRN 104 Intermediate French I I [GE FC]

FREN 2020 Intermediate French I I

GER 101 Beginning German I [GE FC]

GERM 1010 / 1030Elementary German I

GER 102 Beginning German II [GE FC]

GERM 1020/1040 Elementary German II

GER 103 Intermediate German I [GE FC]

GERM 2010 Intermediate German I

GER 104 Intermediate German II [GE FC]

GERM 2020 Intermediate German II

ITL 101 Beginning Italian 1 [GE FC]

ITAL 1010/1030 Elementary Italian I

ITL 102 Beginning Italian II [GE FC]

ITAL1020/1040 Elementary Italian II

ITL 103 Intermediate Italian I [GE FC]

ITAL 2010 Intermediate Italian I

ITAL 104 Intermediate Italian II [GE FC]

ITAL 2020 Intermediate Italian II

POR 101 Beginning Portuguese I [GE FC]

PORT 1010/1030 Beginning Portuguese I

POR 102 Beginning Portuguese II [GE FC]

PORT 1020/1040 Beginning Portuguese II

POR 103 Intermediate Portuguese I [GE FC]

PORT 2010 Intermediate Portuguese I

POR 104 Intermediate Portuguese II [GE FC]

PORT 2020 Intermediate Portuguese II

SPA 101 Beginning Spanish I [GE FC]

SPAN 1010/1030 Beginning Spanish I

SPA 102 Beginning Spanish II [GE FC]

SPAN 1020/1040 Beginning Spanish II

SPA 103 Intermediate Spanish I [GE FC]

SPAN 2010 Intermediate Spanish I

SPA 104 Intermediate Spanish II [GE FC]

SPAN 2020 Intermediate Spanish II

HIS 171 East Asian Culture / History [GE-L/FC]

HIST 2260 History of East Asian Civilization


LETTERS (L)

URI Course

CCRI Course

ENG 110 Introduction to Literature [GE-A/L]

ENGL 1200 Introduction to Literature

ENG 160 Literatures of the World [GE-A/L]

ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century

ENG 243 The Short Story [GE-A/L]

ENGL 1250 Readings in the Short Story

ENG 251 British Literature I [GE-A/L]

ENGL 1030 British Literature I

ENG 252 British Literature II [GE-A/L]

ENGL 2030 British Literature II

ENG 280 Intro to Shakespeare [GE-A/L]

ENGL 1260 Readings in Shakespeare

HIS 112 History of Medieval Europe [GE-L]

HIST 1010 Survey of West Civilization I

HIS 114 Western Civ since 1789 [GE-L]

HIST 1020 Survey of West Civilization II

HIS 141 Hist of US to 1877 [GE-L]

HIST 1210 History of US to 1877

HIS 142 Hist of US since 1877 [GE-L]

HIST 1220 History of US from 1877

HIS 145 Women in N. Amer Colonies [GE-L]

HIST 2010 Survey Hist of Amer Women

HIS 146 Women in US: 1890 and on [GE-L]

HIST 2015 Women in the US

HIS 150 Intro to Afro-Amer History [GE-L]

HIST 2250 Black American History

HIS 171 E. Asian Culture & Hist [GE-L/FC]

HIST 2260 History of East Asian Civilization

PHL 101 Critical Thinking [GE-Cw/L]

PHIL 2040 Logic

PHL 103 Introduction to Philosophy [GE-L]

PHIL 1010 Introduction to Philosophy

PHL 328 The Phil of Religion [GE-L]

PHIL 2020 Philosophy of Religion

PHL 212 Ethics [GE-L]

PHIL 2030 Ethics

PHL 325 American Philosophy [GE-L]

PHIL 2070 Honors: American Thought

PHL 204 Theories of Human Nature [GE-L]

PHIL 2080 Honors: Philosophy & Human Nature

RLS 1XL Elective

HIS 2270 World Religions


NATURAL SCIENCES (N)

URI Course

CCRI Course

AST 108 Introduction to Astronomy [GE-N]

ASTR 1010 The Solar System

AST 108 Introduction to Astronomy {GE-N}

ASTR 1020 The Stellar System

BIO 102 Principles of Biology II [GE-N]

BIOL 1001 General Biology - Organismal

BIO 101 Principles of Biology I [GE-N]

BIOL 1002 General Biology - Cellular

BIO 105 Bio of Daily Life I [GE-N]

BIOL 1005 Biology of the Modern World

CHM 100 Chemistry of Environment [GE-N]

CHEM 1000 Chemistry of Our Environment

CHM 101 General Chemistry I + [GE-N]

CHM 102 General Chemistry I Lab [GE-N]

CHEM 1030 General Chemistry I

CHM 112 General Chemistry II + [GE-N]

CHM 114 General Chemistry II Lab [GE-N]

CHEM 1100 General Chemistry II

CHM 103 Introductory Chemistry + [GE-N]

CHM 105 Introductory Chemistry Lab [GE-N]

CHEM 1180 Health Science Chemistry I

GEO 103 Understanding the Earth [GE-N]

GEOL 1010 General Geology I

OCG 123 Ocean, Atmos.,Global Change [GE-N]

OCEN 1010 Introduction to Oceanography +

OCEN 1030 Oceanography Lab

PHY 109 Introduction to Physics [GE-N]

PHYS 1000 Physical Science

PHY 111 General Physics I + [GE-N]

PHY 185 General Physics I Lab [GE-N]

PHYS 1030 General Physics I

PHY 112 General Physics II + [GE-N]

PHY 186 General Physics II Lab [GE-N]

PHYS 1040 General Physics II

PHY 111 General Physics I [GE-N]

PHYS 1050 Physics for Technology I

PHY 112 General Physics II [GE-N]

PHYS 1060 Physics for Technology II

PHY 203 Elementary Physics I + [GE-N]

PHY 273 Elementary Physics I Lab [GE-N]

PHYS 1100 Engineering Physics

PHY 109 Introduction to Physics + [GE-N]

PHY 110 Introduction to Physics Lab [GE-N]

PHYS 1120 Modern Technical Physics I

PHY 109 Introduction to Physics + [GE-N]

PHY 110 Introduction to Physics Lab [GE-N]

PHYS 1130 Technical Physics

PHY 109 Introduction to Physics [GE-N]

PHYS 1140 Newtonian Physics

PHY 109 Introduction to Physics [GE-N]

PHYS 1220 Modern Technical Physics II

PHY 205 Elementary Physics III + [GE-N]

PHY 275 Elementary Physics III Lab [GE-N]

PHYS 2110 Acoustics, Optics & Thermo.

+Phys 2111 Acoustics, Optics & Thermo Lab.

PHY 203 Elementary Physics I + [GE-N]

PHY 273 Elementary Physics I Lab [GE-N]

PHYS 2310 Intermediate Physics I

PHY 204 Elementary Physics II + [GE-N]

PHY 274 Elementary Physics II Lab [GE-N]

PHYS 2320 Intermediate Physics II

 

SOCIAL SCIENCES (S)

URI Course

CCRI Course

APG 203 Cultural Anthropology [GE-S]

SOCS 2110 Introduction to Anthropology

ECN 201 Economic Principles (Micro) [GE-S]

ECON 2030 Micro Economics

ECN 202 Economic Principles (Macro) [GE-S]

ECON 2040 Macro Economics

EDC 102 Intro to American Education [GE-S]

HMNS 2060 Introduction to Education

GEG 104 Political Geography [GE-S]

GEOG 1010 Introduction to Geography

KIN 123 Foundations of Health

BIO 1200 The Human in Health & Disease

NUR 150 Human Sexuality [GE-S]

BIOL 2040 Human Sexuality

PSC 288 American Legal System [GE-S]

LAWS 1020 Administration of Justice or

LAWS 2040 Law & Society

PSC 113 American Politics [GE-S]

POLS 1010 American National Government

PSC 116 International Politics [GE-S]

POLS 2010 International Relations

PSY 103 Towards Self Understanding [GE-S]

PSYC 1030 Psychology of Personal Adjustment

PSY 113 General Psychology [GE-S]

PSYC 2010 General Psychology

PSY 232 Developmental Psychology [GE-S]

PSYC 2030 Developmental Psychology

PSY 235 Theories of Personality [GE-S]

PSYC 2100 Theories of Personalities

PSY 254 Behavior Probs./Personality Dis. [GE-S]

PSYC 2110 Abnormal Psychology

SOC 100 General Sociology [GE-S]

SOCS 1010 General Sociology

SOC 212 Families in Society [GE-S]

SOCS 2020 Marriage and Family

SOC 240 Race and Ethnic Relations [GE-S]

SOCS 2040 Cultural Diversity

SOC 230 Crime and Delinquency [GE-S]

SOCS 2300 Criminology

WMS 150 Intro. to Women’s Studies [GE-S]

PSYC 1070 Psychology of Women


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