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General Education Requirements

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University Program Courses

Group I. Humanities

Group II. Natural Sciences

(At least 6 semester hours)

(At least 6 semester hours)

Subgroup A. Human Events and Ideas (At least 3 semester hours)

Subgroup A. Descriptive Sciences (At least 3 semester hours)

ART 185 - Introduction to Western Art, Part I 3(3-0) ART 285 - Introduction to Western Art, Part II 3(3-0) BCA 288 - History and Appreciation of the Cinema 3(2-2) BCA 290 - French Film and Other Media 3(3-0) ENG 235 - English Literature: Beginning to Romantic Period 3(3-0) ENG 236 - English Literature: Romantic Period to Present 3(3-0) ENG 251 - American Literature: Colonial Through the Romantic

Period 3(3-0) ENG 252 - American Literature: Realistic Period to the Present

3(3-0) ENG 261 - Masterpieces of Ancient Literature 3(3-0) ENG 262 - Masterpieces of European Literature 3(3-0) ENG 323 - Fantasy and Science Fiction 3(3-0) ENG 330 - Mythological Backgrounds of Western Literature 3(3-0) HON 130 - Western Cultural and Intellectual Traditions 3-6(Spec) HST 101 - The Development of Western Civilization 3(3-0) HST 102 - The Development of Western Civilization 3(3-0) HST 110 - The American Experience 3(3-0) HST 200 - The Medieval Civilization 3(3-0) HST 238 - Ancient Greece and Rome 3(3-0) HST 326/WST 328 - Women in America 3(3-0) HST 341 - Renaissance and Reformation 3(3-0) HST 342 - The Culture of Renaissance Italy (Study Abroad) 1

3(Spec) HUM 101 - Introduction to the Humanities 3(3-0) MTH 200 - Mathematics-A Cultural Approach 3(3-0) PHL 100 - Introduction to Philosophy 3(3-0) PHL 118 - Moral Problems 3(3-0) PHL 218 - Ethical Theory 3(3-0) PHL 230 - Philosophy of Religion 3(3-0) PSC 275 - Great Political Thinkers 3(3-0) PSC 371 - American Political Thought 3(3-0) PSC 378 - Modern Democratic Theory 3(3-0) REL 101 - World Religions: An Introduction to the Study of

Religion 3(3-0) REL 130 - Religion in America 3(3-0) REL 250 - The Old Testament and Its Age 3(3-0) REL 260 - The New Testament and Its Age 3(3-0) REL 313 - Christianity 3(3-0) REL 315 - Judaism 3(3-0) WST 328/HST 326 - Women in America 3(3-0)

Subgroup B. The Arts

(At least 3 semester hours) ART 126 - Introduction to the Visual Arts 3(3-0) ART 319 - Art Criticism 3(3-0) BCA 300 - African and African American Film 3(3-0) ENG 134 - Introduction to Literature 3(3-0) ENG 326 - The Literary Dimensions of Film 3(2-2) ENG 334 - Literacy and Cultural Theory 3(3-0) HON 130 - Western Cultural and Intellectual Traditions 1

3-6(Spec) MUS 110 - Music in Society 3(3-0) MUS 114 - Listening Experience 3(3-0) MUS 206 - Understanding Musical Composition 3(3-0) MUS 213 - Jazz: An American Art Form 3(3-0) MUS 313 - Musics of the World 3(3-0) TAI 170 - Fundamentals of Interpretative Reading 3(3-0) TAI 175 - Appreciation of the Theatre 3(3-0)

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A student must complete both semesters of HON 130 for credit in both IA and IB.

ANT 171 - Human Origins: Introduction to Physical

Anthropology 3(3-0) ANT 173 - Laboratory in Physical Anthropology 1(0-2) AST 111 - Astronomy 3(3-0) AST 112 - Introduction to Astronomical Observations 1(0-2) BIO 101 - General Biology 3(2-2) BIO 110 - Concepts of Biology 4(3-3) BIO 151 - Human Biology 3(3-0) BIO 240 - Conservation of Natural Resources 3(3-0) CHM 111 - The Interaction of Chemistry and Society 3(3-0) FNS 370 - Nutrition 3(3-0) GEL 100 - Introduction to Earth Systems 3(2-2) GEL 101 - Physical Geology 3(3-0) GEL 102 - Physical Geology Laboratory 1(0-2) GEL 105 - Dangerous Planet 3(3-0) GEL 205/GEO 205 - Oceanography 3(3-0) GEL 230 - Prehistoric Life 3(3-0) GEL 301 - Geology and Michigan 3(3-0) GEO 105 - Physical Geography 3(2-2) GEO 201 - Weather and Climate 4(4-0) GEO 205/GEL 205 - Oceanography 3(3-0) HON 140 - Symmetry in Science: From Microscopic to Macro-

scopic Systems 6(5-3) HSC 211 - Human Anatomy and Physiology 3(3-0)

Subgroup B. Quantitative and Mathematical Sciences (At least 3 semester hours)

It is recommended that the mathematics competency be com- pleted before enrolling in a Group II B course of the University Program. BIO 105 - Introductory Quantitative Biology 3(2-2) CHM 101 - Armchair Chemistry 3(2-2) CHM 120 - Survey of Chemistry 4(4-0) CHM 127 - Introductory Chemistry Laboratory 1(0-2) CHM 131 - Introduction to Chemistry I 4(3-3) CHM 161 - Principles of Chemistry 5(4-4) CPS 180 - Principles of Computer Programming 3(3-0) GEL 130 - Earth Processes 3(2-2) HON 140 - Symmetry in Science: From Microscopic to Macro-

scopic Systems 6(5-3) MET 240 - Meteorology 3(2-2) MTH 132 - Calculus I 4(4-0) MTH 203 - Mathematics: A Modeling Approach 3(3-0) PHL 140 - Introduction to Logic 3(3-0) PHS 101 - Survey of Physical Science 3(3-0) PHS 151 - Introductory Physical Science I 3(2-2) PHS 371 - Musical Acoustics 3(2-2) PHY 100 - Conceptual Physics 3(3-0) PHY 110 - Physics of Sports 3(3-0) PHY 127 - Table Top Physics 1(0-2) PHY 130 - College Physics I 4(4-0) PHY 145 - University Physics I 4(4-0) PHY 170 - College Physics Laboratory I 1(0-2) PHY 175 - University Physics Laboratory I 1(0-2)

Note: Courses satisfying the Group II laboratory requirements: ANT 173, AST 112, BIO 101, BIO 105, BIO 110, CHM 101, CHM 127, CHM 131, CHM 161, GEL 100, GEL 102, GEL 130, GEO 105, HON 140, MET 240, PHS 151, PHS 371, PHY 127, PHY 170, PHY 175.

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