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2018-2019

Category 1 - Communication

Students will communicate effectively in both speech and writing.

Code Name Credits
EN 101 Composition I 3.0
EN 102 Composition II 3.0
ENS 104 Speech Fundamentals 3.0
ENS 106 Public Speaking 3.0

Category 2 - Mathematics

Students will use appropriate mathematical and statistical concepts and operations to interpret data and to solve problems.

Code Name Credits
MA 101 College Mathematics I 3.0
MA 102 College Mathematics II 3.0
MA 103 Basic Statistics 3.0
MA 108 College Algebra 3.0
MA 109 Pre-Calculus Mathematics 4.0
MA 110 Mathematics for Management 3.0
MA 111 Business Calculus 4.0
MA 120 Calculus I 4.0
MA 121 Calculus II 4.0

Category 3 - Science

Students will use the scientific method of inquiry, through the acquisition of scientific knowledge.

Code Name Credits
BS 100 Human Biology 4.0
BS 101 Biology I 4.0
BS 102 Biology II 4.0
BS 103 Anatomy and Physiology I 4.0
BS 104 Anatomy and Physiology II 4.0
BS 203 Microbiology 4.0
CH 103 Introduction to Organic and Inorganic Chemistry 4.0
CH 111 General Chemistry I 4.0
CH 112 General Chemistry II 4.0
PY 101 College Physics I 4.0
PY 102 College Physics II 4.0
PY 120 Physics I 4.0
PY 121 Physics II 4.0
SC 103 Nutrition 4.0
SC 104 Introduction to Environmental Science 4.0
SC 105 Astronomy 4.0
SC 106 The Physics of Green Energy 4.0
SC 109 Introduction to Forensic Science 4.0

Category 4 - Technology

Students will use computer systems or other appropriate forms of technology to achieve educational and personal goals.

Code Name Credits
CIS 101 Computer Concepts and Applications 3.0
CIS 107 Information Technology Fundamentals and Applications 3.0
CIS 125 Microcomputer Software I 3.0
CIS 160 Fundamentals of Computer Science I 4.0

Category 5 - Social Science

Students will use social science theories and concepts to analyze human behavior and social and political institutions to act as responsible citizens.

Code Name Credits
EC 101 Economics I 3.0
EC 102 Economics II 3.0
PL 101 Introduction to Political Science 3.0
PL 102 American National Government 3.0
PS 101 Introduction to Psychology 3.0
PS 102 Human Growth and Development 3.0
SO 101 Introduction to Sociology 3.0
SO 105 Social Problems 3.0

Category 6 - Humanities

Students will analyze works in the field of art, music, or theater; literature; and philosophy and/or religious studies; and will gain competence in the use of a foreign language.

Code Name Credits
AE 101 Appreciation of Art 3.0
AE 103 Art History I 3.0
AE 104 Art History II 3.0
ARB 101 Elementary Arabic I 3.0
ARB 102 Elementary Arabic II 3.0
ASL 104 American Sign Language I 3.0
ASL 108 American Sign Langauge II 3.0
EN 205 Introduction to Literature 3.0
EN 215 World Literature I 3.0
EN 216 World Literature II 3.0
FR 101 Elementary French I 3.0
FR 102 Elementary French II 3.0
FR 201 Intermediate French I 3.0
MU 106 Appreciation of Music 3.0
PH 101 Introduction to Philosophy 3.0
PH 106 Introduction to Ethics 3.0
PH 108 Modern Philosophy: From Descartes to Nietzsche 3.0
SP 101 Elementary Spanish I 3.0
SP 102 Elementary Spanish II 3.0
SP 201 Intermediate Spanish I 3.0
SP 202 Intermediate Spanish II 3.0
SP 205 Latin American Literature 3.0
ST 112 Introduction to Theater 3.0

Category 7 - History

Students will understand historical events and movement in World, Western, non-Western, or American societies and assess their subsequent significance.

Code Name Credits
HI 101 History of Western Civilization I 3.0
HI 102 History of Western Civilization II 3.0
HI 201 U.S. History I 3.0
HI 202 U.S. History II 3.0

Category 8 - Diversity

Students will understand the importance of a global perspective and culturally diverse peoples.

Code Name Credits
ASL 105 Deaf Culture and History 3.0
CT 101 Critical Thinking in a Diverse World 3.0
EN 204 African-American Literature 3.0
EN 212 Hispanic-American Literature 3.0
HI 103 History of Puerto Rico and the Caribbean 3.0
HI 104 History of Latin America 3.0
HI 106 History of the Middle East 3.0
HI 190 African-American History 3.0
RL 101 Comparative Religion 3.0
SO 102 Institutional Racism I 3.0
SO 202 Cultural Anthropology 3.0

Category 9 - Ethics

Students will understand ethical issues and situations. This category is embedded within existing courses and the following courses: PH 101 Introduction to Philosophy and PH 106 Introduction to Ethics.

Category 10 - Information Literacy

Students will address an information need by locating, evaluating and effectively using information.  This category is embedded within existing courses and the following courses: EN 101 Composition I, EN 102 Composition II and CIS 101 Computer Concepts and Applications.