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GEII Core

NOTE: A grade of D- or higher is needed in a course for it to apply for a general education requirement. Courses under the S/U grade base may not be used to satisfy general education courses. The course may be use if the student recieved a D- or higher and reselects the letter grade.


English (6 Credit Hours)

Courses meeting the requirement are as follows:

Course #Course TitleCreditsDepartmentCode
41160 Composition I 3 English ENGL
41180 Composition II 3 English ENGL
41205 General Honors English 3 English ENGL
41206 General Honors English II 3 English ENGL

Math/Analytic Skills (6-7 credit hours)

The number of courses a student is required to take to meet this requirement depends on the Math Placement Level (MPL). The choice of course is dependent on the academic track a student plans to pursue. Students pursuing majors in the School of Business, the School of Science and Engineering or the Biology and Philosophy majors in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences need to attain a level of 4 or higher. Refer to the math placement section of this handbook to learn about how MPLs are assigned to incoming students. In terms of courses, students need the following to raise their levels: a C- or better in College Math gives students a level 3; a grade of C- or better in College Algebra gives students a level 4; a grade of C- or better in Pre-Calc gives students a level of 5.

MPL 1 students are required to take College Math (64151) or College Algebra A (64093) or College Algebra B (64193).
MPL 2 students are required to take College Math (64151) or College Algebra (64152).
MPL 3 students are eligible to take any MPL 3 list 1 or list 2 course; two are required; at least one course must be from list 1; the second course can come from list 1 or list 2.
MPL 4 students are placed out of the list1 requirement; one additional couse from list 1 or list 2 is needed to satisfy the Math/ANSK requirement. Students are eligible for Pre-Calc.
MPL 5 students are placed out of the entire requirement; Students are eligible for Calc 1.
MPL 6 students are placed out of the entire requirement; Students are eligible for Calc 2.

 

LIST 1: MATHEMATICS

Course #Course TitleCreditsDepartmentCode
25104 Visual Programming 3 Comp Sci MATH
25210 Computer Sci I * 4 Comp Sci MATH
64140 Math for Elem. School Teachers I ** 3 Math MATH
64151 College Math 3 Math MATH
64152 College Algebra 3 Math MATH
64181 Pre Calculus * 4 Math MATH
64182 Graphs & Optimization 3 Math MATH
64183 Intro to Math Modeling 3 Math MATH
64184 Elements of Geometry 3 Math MATH
64240 Math for Elem. School Teachers II 3 Math MATH
64241 Intro to Statistics* 3 Math MATH

 

LIST 2: ANALYTIC SKILLS

Course #Course TitleCreditsDepartmentCode
09103 Integrated Design II 3 Art Studio ANSK
20201 Financial Accounting 3 Business ANSK
33206 Microeconomics 3 Economics ANSK
48250 Maps & Graphics 3 Geography ANSK
66204 Music Theory II 3 Music ANSK
71110 Reason and Argument 3 Philosophy ANSK
71201 Logic* 3 Philosophy ANSK
80275 Psychological Statistics 4 Psychology ANSK
87307 Social Statistics 3 Sociology ANSK
* Prerequisite is C- in 64152 or MPL of 4
** Students intending to major in Childhood or Early Childhood Education may meet the Mathematics/Analytic Skills requirements by completing the required Childhood Education courses: Math for Elementary Teachers I (64140) followed by Math for Elementary Teachers II (64240.)

Modern World

Course #Course TitleCreditsDepartmentCode
XX101 The Modern World 4 Various MOWS