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All students enrolled in the lower division programs of the university must complete the following sequence of general education courses for a total of 35-36 credit hours:

COMMUNICATION [6]*
Complete six credit hours of the following communication courses
ENC 1101, ENC 1102 Freshman Communication Skills I & II
Or
ENC 1121, ENC 1122 Honors Freshman Composition I & II

HUMANITIES [6]*
Complete two courses from the following approved humanities course list

Course Prefix #
Course Title
Credit Hours
AFA 3104
The African Amer. Experience
3
AMH 2010
U.S. History 1492-1865
3
AMH 2020
U.S. History 1865-Present
3
AMH 2091
Intro. to African-American History
3
AMH 3571
Afro-American History to 1865
3
AMH 3572
Afro-American History Since 1865
3
AML 2010
American Literature I
3
AML 3041
American Literature II
3
AML 4154
Modern American Poetry
3
ARC 2701
Survey of Arch. History I
3
ARH 2000
Art Appreciation
3
ARH 2050
Art History I: Prehistory to Rennaiss.
3
ARH 2051
Art History II: Baroque to Modern
3
ARH 3610
American Art
3
ARH 4410
Modern Art History
3
ARH 4614
African-American Art
3
ENL 3013
English Literature to 18th Century
3
ENL 3034
English Literature II
3
EUH 3100
Ancient History
3
EUH 3120
Medieval History
3
EUH 3501
History of England, 1485-1714
3
HUM 2211
Historical Survey I
3
HUM 3214
Early Civil & the Classical World
3
HUM 3217
Judeo Christian & Medieval Cultures
3
HUM 2230
Historical Survey II
3
HUM 3237
Counter Reformation Bar. & Enlight.
3
HUM 3238
The European Rennais. & Reform.
3
HUM 3244
19th Cent. Rev.: Historic & Artistic
3
HUM 3255
Modern and Post-Modern Culture
3
HUM 3401
Asian Humanities
3
HUM 3421
African Americans in Film
3
HUM 3425
African Humanities
3
HUM 3546
Caribbean Literature & Popular Cult.
3
HUM 3930
Special Topics in Humanities
3
LIT 2110
Intro to Literature I
3
LIT 2120
Intro to Literature II
3
LIT 3196
African-Caribbean Literature
3
LIT 3824
Latino Literature
3
MMC 2000
Introduction to Mass Media
3
MUH 3116
Jazz History
3
MUH 3211
History and Literature of Music I
3
MUH 3212
History and Literature of Music II
3
MUH 3561
Afro-American Music
3
MUL 2111
Intro. to Music I
3
MUL 2112
Intro. to Music II
3
PHH 2102
Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
3
PHH 3400
Modern Philosophy
3
PHH 3600
Contemporary Philosophy
3
PHI 2010
Intro to Philosophy
3
PHI 2101
Intro to Logic
3
PHI 3601
Ethics
3
PHI 2801
Intro. to Aesthetics
3
PHM 3120
Contemporary Black Social Phil.
3
REL 2000
Intro. to Religion
3
REL 3120
Religion in American Culture
3
REL 2135
Black Religion in America
3
REL 3145
Women in Religion
3
REL 2210
Intro. to Old Testament
3
REL 2240
Intro to New Testament
3
REL 2320
Western World Religion
3
REL 3310
Eastern World Religions
3
REL 3383
Caribbean Religion & Culture
3
REL 4440
Contemporary Religious Thought
3
THE 2000
Intro. to Theatre
3
THE 3112
Theatre History I
3
THE 3113
Theatre History II
3
THE 3232
Black Theatre/Film & Rel. Studies
3
THE 3235
Cont. Black Theatre
3
WOH 1012
Hist. Of Civil.
3
WOH 1022
Hist. Of Civil.: Ren. to 1848
3



MATHEMATICS [6]*
Complete two Mathematics or computation coursework at or above College Algebra from the following approved course list

MAC 4211
Advanced Calculus
4
MAC 1105
College Algebra
3
MAC 1114
Algebraic and Trigonometric Functions
3
MAC 1147
Pre-Calculus Mathematics
4
MAC 2223
Calculus for Architecture
4
MAC 2233
Calculus for Business
3
MAC 2234
Calculus for Business II
3
MAC 2311
Calculus I
4
MAC 2312
Calculus II
4
MGF 1106
Liberal Arts Mathematics I
3
MGF 1107
Liberal Arts Mathematics II
3
MGF 2212
Finite Mathematics (MAD 2120)
3
MTG 2206
College Geometry
3
STA 2023
Intro to Probability & Statistics I
3



NATURAL SCIENCES [6-8]**
Complete any two 3 credit hour courses in the following approved Natural Science course list. Department chairs are requested to revise students' curriculum plan to replace 2 credit hours of natural science laboratory requirement with elective courses. However, science majors are required to complete two courses with corresponding laboratory for each science course for a total of 8 semester credit hours.

AEB 2104
Economics of Agric and Natural Resources
3
AST 1002
Astronomy
3
AST 1002L
Astronomy Lab
1
BOT 1010
Elementary Botany
3
BOT 1010L
Elementary Botany Lab
1
BSC 1005
Biological Science
3
BSC 1005L
Biological Science Lab
1
BSC 1010C
General Biology I
3
BSC 1010L
General Biology I Lab
1
BSC 1011C
General Biology II
3
BSC 1011L
General Biology II Lab
1
CHM 1015
Fundamentals of Chemistry
3
CHM 1015L
Fundamentals of Chemistry Lab
1
CHM 1030
Intro Chemistry for Health Sci
3
CHM 1030L
Intro Chemistry for Health Sci lab
4
CHM 1031
Chemistry for Health Sciences
3
CHM 1031L
Chemistry for Health Sciences Lab
1
CHM 1045
General Chemistry I
3
CHM 1045 L
General Chemistry I Lab
1
CHM 1046
General Chemistry II
3
CHM 1046L
General Chemistry II Lab
1
ENY 2570
Prin of Environmental Entomology
3
EVS 4007
Intro Environmental Sciences
3
HUN 2401
Human Nutrition
3
ISC 1006
Wide World Science I
3
ISC 1006L
Wide World Science I
1
ISC 1007
Wide World Science II
3
ISC 1007L
Wide World Science II Lab
1
PHY 2048
General Physics I
3
PHY 2048L
General Physics I Lab
1
PHY 2049
General Physics II
3
PHY 2049L
General Physics II Lab
1
PSC 1121
Physical Science
3
PSC 1121L
Physical Science Lab
1



SOCIAL SCIENCES [6]*
Complete AMH 2091 Introduction to African American History or any AFA prefix course and one course from the following approved course list;

GEA 2000
World Geography
3
ANT 2000
Introduction to Anthropology
3
ECO 2013
Principles of Economics I
3
ECO 2023
Principles of Economics II
3
POS 2001
Introduction to Political Science
3
POS 2041
American National Government
3
POS 2112
American State and Local Government
3
PSY 2012
Introduction to Psychology
3
SYG 2000
Introduction to Sociology
3

 
Note: AMH 2091 may also be used to satisfy humanities requirement. However, a student must complete a total of 35-36 general education credit.

 
ELECTIVES [4-6]*
Complete SPC 2600 Public Speaking or HSC 1100 Health Modern Living or a course from any of the approved Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, and Humanities course lists above.

NOTE: Each School/College may require students to be computer literate by requiring them to take an appropriate course or by certifying that the student has mastered certain computer competencies specified by the school/college.

* A minimum grade of “C” is required.
** Please refer to academic department for minimum grade requirement for the natural Science course list
[Revised 2011]