Still needing to round out that Fall Schedule?
How about a Communication and Language course? Explore Visual Communication with A 115 and A 120. Learn more about Contemporary Issues in Media in COM 236 or begin to learn a new language in FR 101, GER 101 or SPAN 101.
Scientific Perspectives courses provide the opportunity to learn more about Human Biology in BI 134 or to Explore the Planet Earth with ES 104.
Social Historic and Civic Perspectives have an array of opportunities to explore topics in Anthropology (ANTH 213, 214, 215, 216). History options include HIST 104 or HIST 201. Learn more about World Religions with R 202.
If you are ready for some Integrating Knowledge coursework, Citizenship, Social Responsibility and Global Awareness includes a diverse array of courses from Business Ethics, BA 362 to Dance and World Cultures D 251. Medical Geology, ES 420 has openings available for students in Science Technology and Society.
First Year Seminars
Just added! FYS 207: Illustrating Social Issues. CRN 11281
New for 2020-21! We’ve added some great new courses to our program so you have more diverse learning opportunities:
Find all the updates in the 2020-21 catalog or on our course updates page.
SPAN 311 and 312 – Spanish for Bilingual Teachers I and II – now meet Foundations: Communication and Language requirements
You can take GERO 200 – The Aging Self – to meet Foundations: Health Promotion requirement
Another new option is ES 105 – Discoveries in Earth Science – to meet a Foundations: Critical Think requirement
How about LIT 103 – Literature and Society – for an Exploring Knowledge: Social Historic and Civic Perspectives requirement?
For Exploring Knowledge: Scientific Perspectives, you might consider CJ 322 or ANTH 322 – Forensic Anthropology.
Ready for Integrating Knowledge? Maybe COM 325 – Intercultural Communication – in Citizenship, Social Responsibility and Global Awareness or PHL 252 – Medical Ethics – in Science, Technology and Society.
You can’t go wrong with a Foundations: Writing class!
WR 121 and WR 122 not only meet your General Education Foundations: Writing requirement, the skills you’ll build will help you in any class that involves writing (spoiler alert – that’s all of them).
Looking for a Great Math Class? (Trick Question – They’re all Great!)
MTH 105 and MTH 110 do not have prerequisites and meet your General Education Foundations: Mathematics requirement.
Your major may have a Mathematics requirement that also allows you to complete this General Education requirement – check with your advisor!
Recent Updates to General Education courses
Find out more about courses recommended for inclusion in the program in the 2020-21 catalog by the General Education Committee at Course Updates.