I. Purpose

The 2015 Independent Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (ICAA) between the North Carolina Community College System (NCCCS) and the Signatory Institutions of North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (NCICU) is intended to provide smooth transfer for community college students who wish to continue their education at an NCICU Signatory Institution. The ultimate goal of this agreement is the seamless articulation from the community college to the NCICU institution with minimal loss of credit or repetition of work. The Signatory Institutions which adopt this agreement do so for the benefit of the transferring student.

II. Assumptions and Intent

The ICAA rests upon assumptions common to successful articulation agreements. The primary assumption is that institutions recognize the professional integrity of other public post-secondary institutions that are regionally accredited for college transfer programs. All courses approved for college transfer under this agreement will be taught by faculty who meet the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) credential requirements. Another assumption is that substantial commonality exists in the lower-division general education requirements and courses currently offered at senior institutions and community colleges for the purpose of transfer.

The general education requirements of the receiving institutions remain in effect for all students not participating in this articulation agreement. Institution-wide, lower-division general education requirements serve as the starting point for determining specific general education courses in each baccalaureate major. The specific lower-level courses required for each major at the senior institution are determined by the senior institution and outlined in the baccalaureate degree completion plans published by the senior institution. Upper-division general education requirements and graduation requirements at the senior institution are not affected by this agreement.

III. Policies

The Independent Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (ICAA) applies to all fifty-eight North Carolina community colleges and all Signatory Institutions of North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities. The ICAA is applicable to all North Carolina community college students who successfully complete a course included on the ICAA Transfer Course List (Appendix E) or graduate with an Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree and transfer to a Signatory Institution of North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities.

The ICAA is based upon the Associate in Arts (AA) and Associate in Science (AS) Curriculum Standards approved by the State Board of Community Colleges (Appendix D). Minor changes or updates to the ICAA may be approved by the President of NCICU and the President of the NCCCS. All Signatory Institutions will be informed of these changes. Minor changes or updates may include the addition of courses to the Transfer Course List or minor or editorial changes to the Curriculum Standards for the Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degrees. Significant changes to the ICAA or the Curriculum Standards will be brought to the Presidents of the Signatory Institutions and the President of NCICU for review and comment at least sixty (60) days prior to adoption. Upon adoption of any changes to the Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree Curriculum Standards, NCCCS will notify the Signatory Institutions and the President of NCICU in writing. If a Signatory Institution does not feel it can accept significant changes in the Curriculum Standards for the AA or AS and the resulting impact on the ICAA, the President of the Signatory Institution may withdraw said Signatory Institution from the ICAA by submitting a letter to the President of NCICU and the President of the NCCCS within 60 days of formal notification that changes to the ICAA or AA/AS Curriculum Standards were approved.

A. Independent Transfer Advisory Committee (ITAC)

The authority to interpret ICAA policy rests with the Independent Transfer Advisory Committee (ITAC). The ITAC is an eight-member ad hoc committee appointed by the President of NCICU and the President of the NCCCS with four members representing ICAA Signatory Institutions and four members representing community colleges. The ITAC has the authority to interpret ICAA policy, review or commend revisions to the ICAA, and review any issues related to the ICAA that are referred by the President of NCICU or the President of the NCCCS.

Questions concerning ICAA policy interpretations should be directed to the President of NCICU or the NCCCS Chief Academic Officer with an explanation of the institutional policy that may be in conflict with the ICAA policy. Unresolved questions will be forwarded to the ITAC for interpretation.

B. Change in Universal General Education Transfer Component (UGETC)

The AA and AS degree programs of study are structured to include the Universal General Education Transfer Component (UGETC) which is defined and described in Section IV and Appendix D herein below. The Chief Academic Officer of an NCICU Signatory Institution to the ICAA may request that a course be added or removed from the UGETC by submitting the request to the ITAC. If the ITAC agrees with the request, it will forward the request to the president of the NCCCS. The procedures set forth herein above will apply and shall be followed before any change is made.

C. Addition or Deletion of Courses on the Transfer List

The Chief Academic Officer of an NCICU Signatory Institution to the ICAA may request the addition or deletion of a course on the Transfer Course List set out in Appendix E herein below by submitting the request to the ITAC. If the ITAC agrees with the request, it will forward the request to the president of the NCCCS. The procedure and policies set forth herein above will apply and shall be followed before any change is made.

D. ICAA Student Appeal Procedure

If a transfer student perceives that the terms of the ICAA have not been honored, he or she may follow the ICAA Student Appeal Procedure as outlined in Appendix C.

IV. Regulations

A. Transfer Credits

The ICAA establishes the procedures governing the transfer of credits for students who transfer from a North Carolina Community College to a Signatory Institution of North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities. The ICAA does not address admission to a specific institution or to a specific major within an institution.

  1. Eligibility
    To be eligible for the transfer of all credits under the ICAA, the student must graduate from the community college with an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree, have an overall Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 2.0 on a 4.0 scale, and a grade of “C” or better in all ICAA courses. Students who do not complete the degree are eligible to transfer credits on a course by course basis as detailed in items 4 and 7 below.
  2. Definition of General Education Courses and Pre-major Courses
    The Associate in Arts (AA) and Associate in Science (AS) degree programs in the North Carolina Community College System require a total of sixty or sixty-one semester hours credit for graduation (see Appendix D) and are transferable to Signatory Institution of North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities. The degrees are comprised of both lower-division general education and pre-major courses. The curricula reflect the distribution of discipline areas commonly included in institutionwide, lower-division general education requirements for the baccalaureate degree.

    The Associate in Arts (AA) and Associate in Science (AS) degree programs include general education requirements that represent the fundamental foundation for success and include study in the areas of English composition, communications, humanities and fine arts, natural sciences and mathematics, and social and behavioral sciences. Within these discipline areas, community colleges must include opportunities for the achievement of competence in reading, writing, oral communication, fundamental mathematical skills, and basic computer use. Students must meet the receiving senior institution’s foreign language and/or health and physical education requirements, if applicable, prior to or after transfer to the senior institution.

    The AA and AS degree programs of study are structured to include:
    – the Universal General Education Transfer Component (UGETC) which includes a minimum of 30 semester hours of credit, and
    additional general education, pre-major, and elective courses that prepare students for successful transfer into selected majors at the senior institution and bring the total number of hours in the degree programs to 60-61 semester hours.

    To ensure maximum transferability of credits, students should select a transfer major and preferred transfer institution before completing 30 semester hours of credit at the community college. Each receiving senior institution will identify community college course equivalencies and publicize an equivalency course crosswalk to ensure transfer of credit uniformity and transparency. Additional general education, pre-major, and elective courses in the associate degree should be selected based on a student’s intended major and the baccalaureate degree plan published by the senior institution.

    The specific number and distribution of courses used to fulfill the requirement in each of these areas will be identified by each community college as meeting its own general education requirements. The Universal General Education Transfer Component and Other Required General Education courses will be drawn from those courses designated in the North Carolina Community College Combined Course Library as being transferable general education. This will preserve the autonomy of each community college to develop its own general education program, including those aspects that make its program unique.
  3. Transfer of Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degree programs
    1. The ICAA enables North Carolina community college graduates of two-year Associate in Arts (AA) and Associate in Science (AS) degree programs who are admitted to a Signatory Institution of North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities to transfer with junior status if they follow the senior institution’s published baccalaureate degree completion plans.
    2. Senior institutions cannot place requirements on students transferring under the ICAA that are not required of their native students.
    3. A student who completes the Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree prior to transfer to the senior institution will have fulfilled the senior institution’s lowerdivision general education requirements.
    4. Due to degree requirements in some majors, additional courses at the senior institution may be required beyond the general education courses and pre-major courses taken at the community college.
    5. Community college graduates of the Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree programs who have earned 60 semester hours in approved transfer courses with a grade of “C” or better and an overall GPA of at least 2.0 on a 4.0 scale will receive at least 60 semester hours of academic credit upon admission to a Signatory Institution of the ICAA.
    6. Requirements for admission to some major programs may require additional prespecialty courses beyond the pre-major taken at the community college. Students entering such programs may need more than two academic years of course work to complete the baccalaureate degree, depending on requirements of the program.
    7. All courses approved for transfer in the ICAA are designated as fulfilling general education or pre-major/elective requirements (see Appendix E). While general education and pre-major courses may also be used as electives, elective courses may not be used to fulfill general education requirements.
    8. ICAA courses taken beyond the 60-61 SHC of credit in which the student received a grade of less than a “C” will not negate the provisions of the ICAA.
  4. Students not completing the Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degrees
    A North Carolina community college student who satisfactorily completes, with a grade of “C” or better, courses identified in the Universal General Education Transfer Component will receive equivalency credit applied toward the senior institution’s lower-division general education course requirements, subject to the following distribution limit: maximum of 6 hours in English Composition, 9 hours in Humanities/Fine Arts/Communications, 9 hours in Social/Behavioral Sciences, 8 hours in Mathematics, and 8 hours in the Natural Sciences.

    A North Carolina community college student who satisfactorily completes a transfer course that is not designated as a Universal General Education Transfer Component course will receive transfer credit for the course. The receiving institution will determine whether the course will count as general education, pre-major, or elective credit.
  5. Certification of Universal General Education Transfer Component Courses, Associate in Arts Degree, or Associate in Science Degree Completion
    Certification of completion of the Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree is the responsibility of the community college at which the courses are successfully completed. Transcript identification of Universal General Education Transfer Component courses is also the responsibility of the community college at which the courses are completed. The transcripts of students who transfer before completing the degree will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis by the receiving university. The transferring student who has not completed the degree must meet the receiving institution’s general education requirements.
  6. Four-Year Degree Plan for Community College Transfer Students
    Beyond the Universal General Education Transfer Component courses, a program of study leading to the associate degree contains courses related to a student’s baccalaureate major or program emphasis. Each senior institution will develop, publish, and maintain four-year baccalaureate degree completion plans identifying community college courses that provide pathways leading to associate degree completion, admission into the major, and baccalaureate completion. Students who complete the AA or AS degree and the degree plan tracks published by the senior institution, and who are accepted into that institution and into that major within four years of initial enrollment at the community college, will continue into that major at the senior institution with all courses fulfilling lower division general education and other degree requirements.
  7. Transfer of courses taken in other associate degree programs
    Upon admission to a Signatory Institution of the ICAA, a community college student who was enrolled in an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) or Associate in Fine Arts (AFA) degree program and who satisfactorily completed the courses with a grade of “C” or better in all courses that are designated for college transfer (see Appendix E, Transfer Course List) will receive credit for those courses. Students completing courses designated Universal General Education Transfer Component will receive equivalent general education course credit for those courses at the receiving institution. For courses not designated as Universal General Education Transfer Component, the receiving institution will determine whether the course will count as general education or pre-major/elective credit. Students in these programs who transfer must meet the general education requirements of the receiving institution.

    Articulation of Associate in Fine Arts or Associate in Applied Science degree programs may be handled through bilateral articulation agreements. Under bilateral agreements, individual senior institutions and one or more community colleges may join in a collaborative effort to facilitate the transfer of students from AFA or AAS degree programs to baccalaureate degree programs.
  8. Transfer of courses not originated at North Carolina community colleges
    Transfer courses that do not originate at a North Carolina community college may be used under the ICAA with the following stipulations:
    1. Courses must be completed at a regionally accredited (e.g., SACSCOC) institution of higher education;
    2. Courses must meet general education requirements; and
    3. Courses may total no more than 14 semester hours of general education course credit.
    4. For courses not originating at a NC community college, if the courses are used to complete the AA or AS, the courses will transfer as part of the degree. Otherwise, if 14 hours or less are presented without completion of the AA or AS, then the receiving institution will consider the courses on a course-by-course basis.
  9. Transfer of Advanced Placement (AP) course credit
    Advanced Placement (AP) course credits, awarded for a score of three or higher, are acceptable as part of a student’s successfully completed Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree under the ICAA. Students who receive AP course credit at a community college, but do not complete the Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree will have AP credit awarded on the basis of the senior institution’s AP policy.

B. Impact of the ICAA on other articulation agreements

The ICAA takes precedence over bilateral articulation agreements; however, bi-lateral agreements between Signatory Institutions and community colleges which enhance the transferability of students from community colleges to senior institutions are encouraged. Institutional articulation agreements conflicting with the ICAA are not permitted.

C. Students enrolled prior to Fall Semester 2014

The 2015 ICAA is based on the community college AA and AS degrees which were effective for students beginning their enrollment at a community college for Fall Semester 2014. Students enrolled at a North Carolina community college prior to Fall Semester 2014 are subject to the conditions and protections contained in the ICAA in place at the time of their long as they have remained continuously enrolled.

History of the ICAA

In 2007, the North Carolina Community College System and the Presidents of the Signatory Institutions of North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities approved the Independent Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (ICAA) to provide transfer processes and assurances to community college students transferring to the participating NCICUs. The ICAA was built upon the Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degrees approved at that time for community colleges by the North Carolina State Board of Community Colleges.

The 2015 Independent Comprehensive Articulation Agreement reflects the Fall 2014 State Board of Community Colleges approved associate degree requirements which include 3 components: 1) a 30+ semester hour Universal General Education Transfer Component; 2) additional general education courses to bring the total number of required general education semester hours to 45, and 3) 15-16 semester hours of pre-major, additional general education or elective courses for total degree requirements of 60-61 semester hours.

Transfer Credit Appeal Procedure

The ICAA is based on the principle that all participating institutions seek to serve students and abide by the policies and regulations outlined in the ICAA. If a student from a North Carolina community college believes the terms of the ICAA have not been honored by the NCICU senior institution to which the student has been admitted, the student should follow the steps below:

  1. By the last day of classes of the first semester for which admission is offered by the senior institution, the student should notify the Registrar at the senior institution. The notification to the Director of Admission must be in writing and identify the specific portion of the ICAA that the student believes was not honored appropriately. The Director of Admission will review the appeal and respond in writing (email or letter) to the student within fifteen (15) business days.
  2. If the student is not satisfied with the decision of the Registrar, he/she may submit a written letter of appeal to the Chief Academic Officer (Provost) of the senior institution. This letter of appeal should identify the specific portion of the ICAA that the student believes was not honored appropriately and a copy of the written response from the Director of Admission. The Chief Academic Officer (Provost) will review the appeal and respond in writing (email or letter) to the student within fifteen (15) business days. The senior institution will send a copy of this letter to:
    • the Chief Academic Officer of the community college from which the student transferred;
    • The President of North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities; and
    • The Senior Vice President/Chief Academic Officer of NCCCS.
  3. If the student is not satisfied with the decision of the Chief Academic Officer (Provost) of the senior institution, he/she may appeal to the Independent Transfer Advisory Committee (ITAC). The student must submit the appeal in writing within 15 days of the receipt of the CAO/Provost’s decision. The appeal to the ITAC should be sent to:

    NCICU – ITAC Student Appeal
    North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities
    530 N. Blount Street
    Raleigh, NC 27604

Associate in Arts degree

Associate in Arts and Associate in Science Curriculum Standards Associate in Arts (A10100) Curriculum Standard

The Associate in Arts degree shall be granted for a planned program of study consisting of a minimum of 60 semester hours of credit (SHC) of college transfer courses. Within the degree program, the institution shall include opportunities for the achievement of competence in reading, writing, oral communication, fundamental mathematical skills, and basic computer use.

Courses are approved for transfer through the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA). The CAA enables North Carolina community college graduates of two-year associate in arts programs who are admitted to constituent institutions of The University of North Carolina to transfer with junior status.

Community college graduates must obtain a grade of “C” or better in each course and an overall GPA of at least 2.0 on a 4.0 scale in order to transfer with a junior status. Courses may also transfer through bilateral agreements between institutions.

GENERAL EDUCATION (45 SHC)

The general education common course pathway includes study in the areas of English composition; humanities and fine arts; social and behavioral sciences; natural sciences and mathematics.

UNIVERSAL GENERAL EDUCATION TRANSFER COMPONENT

(All Universal General Education Transfer Component courses will transfer for equivalency credit.)

English Composition (6 SHC)
The following two English composition courses are required.
ENG 111Writing & Inquiry(3 SHC)
ENG 112Writing/Research in the Disciplines(3 SHC)
Select three courses from the following from at least two different disciplines (9 SHC):
Communications
COM 231Public Speaking(3 SHC)
Humanities/Fine Arts
ART 111Art Appreciation(3 SHC)
ART 114Art History Survey I(3 SHC)
ART 115Art History Survey II(3 SHC)
ENG 231American Literature I(3 SHC)
ENG 232American Literature II(3 SHC)
MUS 110Music Appreciation(3 SHC)
MUS 112Introduction to Jazz(3 SHC)
PHI 215Philosophical Issues(3 SHC)
PHI 240Introduction to Ethics(3 SHC)
Select three courses from the following from at least two different disciplines (9 SHC):
Social/Behavioral Sciences
ECO 251Principles of Microeconomics(3 SHC)
ECO 252Principles of Macroeconomics(3 SHC)
HIS 111World Civilizations I(3 SHC)
HIS 112World Civilizations II(3 SHC)
HIS 131American History I(3 SHC)
HIS 132American History II(3 SHC)
POL 120American Government(3 SHC)
PSY 150General Psychology(3 SHC)
SOC 210Introduction to Sociology(3 SHC)
Math (3-4 SHC)
Select one course from the following:
MAT 143Quantitative Literacy(3 SHC)
MAT 152Statistical Methods I(4 SHC)
MAT 171Pre-calculus Algebra(4 SHC)

 

ADDITIONAL GENERAL EDUCATION HOURS (13-14 SHC)
An additional 13-14 SHC of courses should be selected from courses classified as general education within the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement. Students should select these courses based on their intended major and transfer university.

Total General Education Hours Required: 45

OTHER REQUIRED HOURS (15 SHC)

Academic Transition (1 SHC)
The following course is required:
ACA 122College Transfer Success(1 SHC)

An additional 14 SHC of courses should be selected from courses classified as pre-major, elective or general education courses within the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement. Students should select these courses based on their intended major and transfer university.

*One semester hour of credit may be included in a 61 SHC associate in arts program of study. The transfer of this hour is not guaranteed.
Total Semester Hours Credit (SHC) in Program: 60-61*

Students must meet the receiving university’s foreign language and/or health and physical education requirements, if applicable, prior to or after transfer to the senior institution.

Associate in Science degree

Associate in Science (A10400) Curriculum Standard

The Associate in Science degree shall be granted for a planned program of study consisting of a minimum of 60 semester hours of credit (SHC) of college transfer courses. Within the degree program, the institution shall include opportunities for the achievement of competence in reading, writing, oral communication, fundamental mathematical skills, and the basic computer use.

Courses are approved for transfer through the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA). The CAA enables North Carolina community college graduates of two-year associate in science programs who are admitted to constituent institutions of The University of North Carolina to transfer with junior status.

Community college graduates must obtain a grade of “C” or better in each course and an overall GPA of at least 2.0 on a 4.0 scale in order to transfer with a junior status. Courses may also transfer through bilateral agreements between institutions.

GENERAL EDUCATION (45 SHC)

The general education common course pathway includes study in the areas of English composition; humanities and fine arts; social and behavioral sciences; natural sciences and mathematics.

UNIVERSAL GENERAL EDUCATION TRANSFER COMPONENT

(All Universal General Education Transfer Component courses will transfer for equivalency credit.)

English Composition (6 SHC)
The following two English composition courses are required.
ENG 111Writing & Inquiry(3 SHC)
ENG 112Writing/Research in the Disciplines(3 SHC)
Select three courses from the following from at least two different disciplines (9 SHC):
Communications
COM 231Public Speaking(3 SHC)
Humanities/Fine Arts
ART 111Art Appreciation(3 SHC)
ART 114Art History Survey I(3 SHC)
ART 115Art History Survey II(3 SHC)
ENG 231American Literature I(3 SHC)
ENG 232American Literature II(3 SHC)
MUS 110Music Appreciation(3 SHC)
MUS 112Introduction to Jazz(3 SHC)
PHI 215Philosophical Issues(3 SHC)
PHI 240Introduction to Ethics(3 SHC)
Select three courses from the following from at least two different disciplines (9 SHC):
Social/Behavioral Sciences
ECO 251Principles of Microeconomics(3 SHC)
ECO 252Principles of Macroeconomics(3 SHC)
HIS 111World Civilizations I(3 SHC)
HIS 112World Civilizations II(3 SHC)
HIS 131American History I(3 SHC)
HIS 132American History II(3 SHC)
POL 120American Government(3 SHC)
PSY 150General Psychology(3 SHC)
SOC 210Introduction to Sociology(3 SHC)
Math (8 SHC)
Select two course from the following:
MAT 171Precalculus Algebra(4 SHC)
MAT 172Pre-calculus Trigonometry(4 SHC)
MAT 263 Brief Calculus(4 SHC)
MAT 271Calculus I(4 SHC)
Natural Sciences (8 SHC)
Select 8 SHC from the following course(s):
AST 151 General Astronomy I (3 SHC) and AST 151A General Astronomy Lab I (1SHC)
BIO 110 Principles of Biology(4 SHC)
BIO 111 General Biology I (4 SHC) and BIO 112 General Biology II (4 SHC)
CHM 151 General Chemistry I (4 SHC) and CHM 152 General Chemistry II (4 SHC)
GEL 111 Introductory Geology(4 SHC)
PHY 110 Conceptual Physics (3 SHC) and PHY 110A Conceptual Physics Lab (1 SHC)
PHY 151 College Physics I (4 SHC) and PHY 152 College Physics II (4 SHC)
PHY 251 General Physics I (4 SHC) and PHY 252 General Physics II (4 SHC)

 

ADDITIONAL GENERAL EDUCATION HOURS (11 SHC)
An additional 11 SHC of courses should be selected from courses classified as general education within the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement. Students should select these courses based on their intended major and transfer university.

Total General Education Hours Required: 45

OTHER REQUIRED HOURS (15 SHC)

Academic Transition (1 SHC)
The following course is required:
ACA 122College Transfer Success(1 SHC)

An additional 14 SHC of courses should be selected from courses classified as pre-major, elective or general education courses within the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement. Students should select these courses based on their intended major and transfer university.

*One semester hour of credit may be included in a 61 SHC associate in arts program of study. The transfer of this hour is not guaranteed.
Total Semester Hours Credit (SHC) in Program: 60-61*

Students must meet the receiving university’s foreign language and/or health and physical education requirements, if applicable, prior to or after transfer to the senior institution.

Independent Comprehensive Articulation Agreement

Effective Fall Semester 2014*
*Courses were eligible for inclusion in NCCCS AA/AS degrees effective Fall 2014

UGETC – Indicates a Universal General Education Transfer Component Course

Community College Course Transfer Designation
ACA 122 College Transfer Success AA/AS Required Course
ACC 120 Prin of Financial Accounting
ACC 121 Prin of Managerial Accounting
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
ANT 210 General Anthropology
ANT 220 Cultural Anthropology
ANT 221 Comparative Cultures
ANT 240 Archaeology
ANT 240A Archaeology Field Lab
ANT 245 World Prehistory
GEN ED: Social/Behavioral Science
GEN ED: Social/Behavioral Science
GEN ED: Social/Behavioral Science
GEN ED: Social/Behavioral Science
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
ARA 111 Elementary Arabic I
ARA 112 Elementary Arabic II
ARA 181 Arabic Lab I
ARA 182 Arabic Lab II
ARA 211 Intermediate Arabic I
ARA 212 Intermediate Arabic II
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
ART 111 Art Appreciation
ART 113 Art Methods and Materials
ART 114 Art History Survey I
ART 114 Art History Survey II
ART 116 Survey of American Art>
ART 117 Non-Western Art History
ART 118 Art by Women
ART 121 Two Dimensional Design
ART 122 Three Dimensional Design
ART 130 Basic Drawing
ART 131 Drawing I
ART 132 Drawing II
ART 135 Figure Drawing I
ART 140 Basic Painting
ART 171 Computer Art I
ART 212 Gallery Assistantship I
ART 213 Gallery Assistantship II
ART 214 Portfolio and Resume
ART 222 Wood Design I
ART 231 Printmaking I
ART 232 Printmaking II
ART 235 Figure Drawing II
ART 240 Painting I
ART 241 Painting II
ART 242 Landscape Painting
ART 243 Portrait Painting
ART 244 Watercolor
ART 245 Metals I
ART 246 Metals II
ART 247 Jewelry I
ART 248 Jewelry II
ART 250 Surface Design: Textiles
ART 251 Weaving I
ART 252 Weaving II
ART 260 Photography Appreciation
ART 261 Photography I
ART 262 Photography II
ART 264 Digital Photography I
ART 265 Digital Photography II
ART 266 Videography I
ART 267 Videography II
ART 271 Computer Art II
ART 275 Intro to Commercial Art
ART 281 Sculpture I
ART 282 Sculpture II
ART 283 Ceramics I
ART 283 Ceramics II
ART 283 Ceramics III
ART 283 Ceramics IV
ART 288 Studio
UGETC: Humanities/Fine Arts – AA/AS
Pre-Major/Elective
UGETC: Humanities/Fine Arts – AA/AS
UGETC: Humanities/Fine Arts – AA/AS
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
ASL 111 Elementary ASL I
ASL 112 Elementary ASL II
ASL 181 ASL Lab 1
ASL 182 ASL Lab 2
ASL 211 Intermediate ASL I
ASL 212 Intermediate ASL II
ASL 281 ASL Lab 3
ASL 282 ASL Lab 4

GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
AST 111 Descriptive Astronomy
AST 111A Descriptive Astronomy Lab
AST 151 General Astronomy I
AST 151A General Astronomy I Lab
AST 152 General Astronomy II
AST 152A General Astronomy II Lab
AST 251 Observational Astronomy
UGETC: Natural Sciences – AA
UGETC: Natural Sciences – AA
UGETC: Natural Sciences – AA/AS
UGETC: Natural Sciences – AA/AS
GEN ED: Natural Science
GEN ED: Natural Science
Pre-Major/Elective
BIO 110 Principles of Biology
BIO 111 General Biology I
BIO 112 General Biology II
BIO 120 Introductory Botany
BIO 130 Introductory Zoology
BIO 140 Environmental Biology
BIO 140A Environmental Biology Lab
BIO 143 Field Biology Minicourse
BIO 145 Ecology
BIO 146 Regional Natural History
BIO 150 Genetics in Human Affairs
BIO 155 Nutrition
BIO 163 Basic Anat & Physiology
BIO 165 Anatomy and Physiology I
BIO 166 Anatomy and Physiology II
BIO 168 Anatomy and Physiology I
BIO 169 Anatomy and Physiology II
BIO 175 General Microbiology
BIO 180 Biological Chemistry
BIO 224 Local Flora Spring
BIO 230 Entomology
BIO 242 Natural Resource Conservation
BIO 243 Marine Biology
BIO 250 Genetics
BIO 265 Cell Biology
BIO 271 Pathophysiology
BIO 275 Microbiology
BIO 280 Biotechnology
UGETC: Natural Sciences – AA/AS
UGETC: Natural Sciences – AA/AS
UGETC: Natural Sciences – AS
GEN ED: Natural Science
GEN ED: Natural Science
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
BUS 110 Introduction to Business
BUS 115 Business Law I
BUS 137 Principles of Management
BUS 228 Business Statistics
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
CHI 111 Elementary Chinese I
CHI 112 Elementary Chinese II
CHI 181 Chinese Lab I
CHI 182 Chinese Lab II
CHI 211 Intermediate Chinese I
CHI 211 Intermediate Chinese II
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GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
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Pre-Major/Elective
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
CHM 115 Concepts in Chemistry
CHM 115A Concepts in Chemistry Lab
CHM 130 Gen, Org, & Biochemistry
CHM 130A Gen, Org, & Biochemistry Lab
CHM 131 Introduction to Chemistry
CHM 131A Introduction to Chemistry Lab
CHM 132 Organic and Biochemistry
CHM 135 Survey of Chemistry I
CHM 136 Survey of Chemistry II
CHM 151 General Chemistry I
CHM 152 General Chemistry II
CHM 251 Organic Chemistry I
CHM 252 Organic Chemistry II
CHM 263 Analytical Chemistry
CHM 271 Biochemical Principles
CHM 271 Biochemical Principles Lab
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GEN ED: Natural Science
GEN ED: Natural Science
GEN ED: Natural Science
GEN ED: Natural Science
GEN ED: Natural Science
UGETC: Natural Sciences – AA/AS
UGETC: Natural Sciences – AS
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Pre-Major/Elective
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CIS 110 Intro to Computers
CIS 115 Intro to Prog & Logic
GEN ED: Mathematics
GEN ED: Mathematics
CJC 111 Intro to Criminal Justice
CJC 121 Law Enforcement Operations
CJC 141 Corrections
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COM 110 Introduction to Communication
COM 111 Voice and Diction I
COM 120 Intro Interpersonal Com
COM 130 Nonverbal Communication
COM 140 Intro Intercultural Com
COM 150 Intro. to Mass Communication
COM 160 Small Group Communication
COM 231 Public Speaking
COM 251 Debate I
GEN ED: Communications
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GEN ED: Communications
Pre-Major/Elective
GEN ED: Communications
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Pre-Major/Elective
UGETC: Communications – AA/AS
Pre-Major/Elective
CSC 120 Computing Fundamentals I
CSC 130 Computing Fundamentals II
CSC 134 C++ Programming
CSC 139 Visual BASIC Prog
CSC 151 JAVA Programming
CSC 239 Adv Visual BASIC Prog
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CTS 115 Info Sys Business Concept Pre-Major/Elective
DAN 110 Dance Appreciation GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
DFT 170 Engineering Graphics Pre-Major/Elective
DRA 111 Theatre Appreciation
DRA 112 Literature of the Theatre
DRA 115 Theatre Criticism
DRA 120 Voice for Performance
DRA 122 Oral Interpretation
DRA 124 Readers Theatre
DRA 124 Readers Theatre
DRA 124 Readers Theatre
DRA 130 Acting I
DRA 130 Acting II
DRA 132 Stage Movement
DRA 135 Acting for the Camera I
DRA 136 Acting for the Camera II
DRA 140 Stagecraft I
DRA 141 Stagecraft II
DRA 142 Costuming
DRA 145 Stage Make-up
DRA 170 Play Production I
DRA 171 Play Production II
DRA 175 Teleplay Production I
DRA 211 Theatre History I
DRA 212 Theatre History II
DRA 230 Acting III
DRA 231 Acting IV
DRA 240 Lighting for the Theatre
DRA 260 Directing
DRA 270 Play Production III
DRA 271 Play Production IV
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GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
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GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
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Pre-Major/Elective
ECO 151 Survey of Economics
ECO 251 Prin of Microeconomics
ECO 252 Prin of Macroeconomics
GEN ED: Social and Behavioral Science
UGETC: Social/Behavioral Sci – AA/AS
UGETC: Social/Behavioral Sci – AA/AS
EGR 120 Eng and Design Graphics
EGR 150 Intro to Engineering
EGR 210 Intro to Elect/Com Eng Lab
EGR 212 Logic System Design I
EGR 215 Network Theory I
EGR 216 Logic and Networks Lab I
EGR 220 Engineering Statics
EGR 225 Engineering Dynamics
EGR 228 Intro to Solid Mechanics
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ENG 111 Writing & Inquiry
ENG 112 Writing/Research in the Disciplines
ENG 113 Literature-Based Research
ENG 114 Prof Research and Reporting
ENG 125 Creative Writing I
ENG 126 Creative Writing II
ENG 131 Introduction to Literature
ENG 132 Introduction to Drama
ENG 134 Introduction to Poetry
ENG 231 American Literature I
ENG 232 American Literature II
ENG 233 Major American Writers
ENG 235 Survey of Film as Literature
ENG 241 British Literature I
ENG 241 British Literature II
ENG 243 Major British Writers
ENG 251 Western World Literature I
ENG 252 Western World Literature II
ENG 253 The Bible as Literature
ENG 261 World Literature I
ENG 262 World Literature II
ENG 271 Contemporary Literature
ENG 272 Southern Literature
ENG 273 African-American Literature
ENG 274 Literature by Women
ENG 275 Science Fiction
UGETC: English Comp – AA & AS
UGETC: English Comp – AA & AS
GEN ED: English Composition
GEN ED: English Composition
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
UGETC: Humanities/Fine Arts – AA/AS
UGETC: Humanities/Fine Arts – AA/AS
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
Pre-Major/Elective
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
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GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
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FRE 111 Elementary French I
FRE 112 Elementary French II
FRE 141 Culture and Civilization
FRE 151 Francophone Literature
FRE 151 Francophone Literature
FRE 161 Cultural Immersion
FRE 181 French Lab 1
FRE 211 Intermediate French I
FRE 212 Intermediate French II
FRE 221 French Conversation
FRE 231 Reading and Composition
FRE 281 French Lab 3
FRE 282 French Lab 4
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GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
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GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
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Pre-Major/Elective
GEL 111 Introductory Geology
GEL 113 Historical Geology
GEL 120 Physical Geology
GEL 230 Environmental Geology
UGETC: Natural Sciences – AA/AS
GEN ED: Natural Science
GEN ED: Natural Science
GEN ED: Natural Science
GEO 110 Introduction to Geography
GEO 111 World Regional Geography
GEO 112 Cultural Geography
GEO 130 General Physical Geography
GEO 131 Physical Geography I
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GEN ED: Social/Behavioral Science
GEN ED: Social/Behavioral Science
GEN ED: Social/Behavioral Science
Pre-Major/Elective
GER 111 Elementary German I
GER 111 Elementary German I
GER 112 Elementary German II
GER 141 Culture and Civilization
GER 161 Cultural Immersion
GER 181 German Lab 1
GER 182 German Lab 2
GER 211 Intermediate German I
GER 212 Intermediate German II
GER 221 German Conversation
GER 231 Reading and Composition
GER 281 German Lab 3
GER 282 German Lab 4
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GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
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GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
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GIS 111 Introduction to GIS Pre-Major/Elective
HEA 110 Personal Health/Wellness
HEA 112 First Aid & CPR
HEA 120 Community Health
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Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
HIS 111 World Civilizations I
HIS 112 World Civilizations II
HIS 115 Intro to Global History
HIS 116 Current World Problems
HIS 121 Western Civilization I
HIS 122 Western Civilization II
HIS 131 American History I
HIS 132 American History II
HIS 141 Genealogy & Local History
HIS 145 The Second World War
HIS 151 Hispanic Civilization
HIS 162 Women and History
HIS 163 The World Since 1945
HIS 165 Twentieth-Century World
HIS 167 The Vietnam War
HIS 212 Medieval History
HIS 216 Twentieth-Century Europe
HIS 221 African-American History
HIS 222 African-American Hist I
HIS 223 African-American Hist II
HIS 226 The Civil War
HIS 227 Native American History
HIS 228 History of the South
HIS 229 History of the Old South
HIS 230 The Changing South
HIS 232 History of the Old West
HIS 233 History of Appalachia
HIS 236 North Carolina History
HIS 237 The American Revolution
HIS 260 History of Africa
HIS 261 East Asian History
HIS 262 Middle East History
HIS 271 The French Revolution Era
HIS 275 History of Terrorism
UGETC: Social/Behavioral Sci.– AA/AS
UGETC: Social/Behavioral Sci.– AA/AS
GEN ED: Social/Behavioral Science
Pre-Major/Elective
GEN ED: Social/Behavioral Science
GEN ED: Social/Behavioral Science
UGETC: Social/Behavioral Sci.– AA/AS
UGETC: Social/Behavioral Sci.– AA/AS
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HUM 110 Technology and Society
HUM 115 Critical Thinking
HUM 120 Cultural Studies
HUM 121 The Nature of America
HUM 122 Southern Culture
HUM 123 Appalachian Culture
HUM 130 Myth in Human Culture
HUM 140 History of Architecture
HUM 150 American Women’s Studies
HUM 160 Introduction to Film
HUM 161 Advanced Film Studies
HUM 170 The Holocaust
HUM 180 International Cultural Exploration
HUM 211 Humanities I
HUM 220 Human Values and Meaning
HUM 230 Leadership Development
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GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
Pre-Major/Elective
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
Pre-Major/Elective
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
Pre-Major/Elective
ITA 111 Elementary Italian I
ITA 112 Elementary Italian II
ITA 181 Italian Lab 1
ITA 182 Italian Lab 2
ITA 211 Intermediate Italian I
ITA 212 Intermediate Italian II
ITA 221 Italian Conversation
ITA 231 Reading and Composition
ITA 281 Italian Lab 3
ITA 282 Italian Lab 4
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GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
Pre-Major/Elective
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
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Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
JOU 110 Intro to Journalism
JOU 216 Writing for Mass Media
JOU 217 Feature/Editorial Writing
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Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
JPN 111 Elementary Japanese I
JPN 112 Elementary Japanese II
JPN 181 Japanese Lab I
JPN 182 Japanese Lab II
JPN 211 Intermediate Japanese I
JPN 212 Intermediate Japanese II
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GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
LAT 111 Elementary Latin I
LAT 112 Elementary Latin II
LAT 141 Culture and Civilization
LAT 142 Lit. & the Roman Republic
LAT 181 Latin Lab I
LAT 182 Latin Lab II
LAT 211 Intermediate Latin I
LAT 212 Intermediate Latin II
LAT 231 Reading and Composition
LAT 232 Imperial Literature
LAT 281 Latin Lab III
LAT 282 Latin Lab IV
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GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
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MAT 141 Mathematical Concepts I
MAT 142 Mathematical Concepts II
MAT 143 Quantitative Literacy
MAT 152 Statistical Methods I
MAT 167 Discrete Mathematics
MAT 171 Precalculus Algebra
MAT 172 Precalculus Trigonometry
MAT 252 Statistics II
MAT 263 Brief Calculus
MAT 271 Calculus I
MAT 272 Calculus II
MAT 273 Calculus III
MAT 280 Linear Algebra
MAT 285 Differential Equations
GEN ED: Mathematics
GEN ED: Mathematics
UGETC: Math – AA
UGETC: Math – AA
Pre-Major/Elective
UGETC: Math – AA/AS
UGETC: Math– AS
Pre-Major/Elective
UGETC: Math– AS
UGETC: Math– AS
GEN ED: Mathematics
GEN ED: Mathematics Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
MUS 110 Music Appreciation
MUS 111 Fundamentals of Music
MUS 112 Introduction to Jazz
MUS 113 American Music
MUS 114 Non-Western Music
MUS 121 Music Theory I
MUS 122 Music Theory II
MUS 123 Music Composition
MUS 131 Chorus I
MUS 132 Chorus II
MUS 133 Band I
MUS 134 Band II
MUS 135 Jazz Ensemble I
MUS 136 Jazz Ensemble II
MUS 137 Orchestra I
MUS 138 Orchestra II
MUS 141 Ensemble I
MUS 142 Ensemble II
MUS 151 Class Music I
MUS 152 Class Music II
MUS 161 Applied Music I
MUS 162 Applied Music II
MUS 173 Opera Production I
MUS 174 Opera Production II
MUS 181 Show Choir I
MUS 182 Show Choir II
MUS 210 History of Rock Music
MUS 212 American Musical Theatre
MUS 213 Opera and Musical Theatre
MUS 214 Electronic Music I
MUS 215 Electronic Music II
MUS 217 Elementary Conducting
MUS 221 Music Theory III
MUS 222 Music Theory IV
MUS 232 Chorus IV
MUS 234 Band IV
MUS 235 Jazz Ensemble III
MUS 236 Jazz Ensemble IV
MUS 237 Orchestra III
MUS 238 Orchestra IV
MUS 241 Ensemble III
MUS 242 Ensemble IV
MUS 251 Class Music III
MUS 252 Class Music IV
MUS 253 Big Band
MUS 261 Applied Music III
MUS 262 Applied Music IV
MUS 265 Piano Pedagogy
MUS 271 Music History I
MUS 272 Music History II
MUS 273 Opera Production III
MUS 274 Opera Production IV
MUS 280 Music for the El Classroom
MUS 281 Show Choir III
MUS 282 Show Choir IV
MUS 283 Varied Cultures/Mus Perf
UGETC: Humanities/Fine Arts – AA/AS
Pre-Major/Elective
UGETC: Humanities/Fine Arts – AA/AS
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
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GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
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PED All one-hour PED activity courses
PED 110 Fit and Well for Life
PED 165 Sport Science as a Career
PED 172 Outdoor Living
PED 252 Officiating/Bsball/Sfball
PED 254 Coaching Basketball
PED 256 Coaching Baseball
PED 259 Prev & Care Ath Injuries
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Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
PHI 210 History of Philosophy
PHI 215 Philosophical Issues
PHI 220 Western Philosophy I
PHI 230 Introduction to Logic
PHI 240 Introduction to Ethics
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
UGETC: Humanities/Fine Arts – AA/AS
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
UGETC: Humanities/Fine Arts – AA/AS
PHS 110 Survey of Phys Science
PHS 130 Earth Science
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
PHY 110 Conceptual Physics
PHY 110A Conceptual Physics Lab
PHY 151 College Physics I
PHY 152 College Physics II
PHY 251 General Physics I
PHY 252 General Physics II
UGETC: Natural Sciences – AA/AS
UGETC: Natural Sciences – AA/AS
UGETC: Natural Sciences – AS
UGETC: Natural Sciences – AS
UGETC: Natural Sciences – AS
UGETC: Natural Sciences – AS
POL 110 Intro to Political Science
POL 120 American Government
POL 130 State & Local Government
POL 210 Comparative Government
POL 220 International Relations
POL 250 Intro to Political Theory
GEN ED: Social/Behavioral Science
UGETC: Social/Behavioral Sci.– AA/AS
Pre-Major/Elective
GEN ED: Social/Behavioral Science
GEN ED: Social/Behavioral Science
Pre-Major/Elective
POR 111 Elementary Portuguese I
POR 112 Elementary Portuguese II
POR 141 Culture and Civilization
POR 181 Portuguese Lab I
POR 182 Portuguese Lab II
POR 211 Intermediate Portuguese I
POR 212 Intermediate Portuguese II
POR 221 Portuguese Conversation
POR 231 Reading and Composition
POR 281 Portuguese Lab III
POR 282 Portuguese Lab IV
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GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
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GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
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PSY 150 General Psychology
PSY 211 Psychology of Adjustment
PSY 215 Positive Psychology
PSY 231 Forensic Psychology
PSY 237 Social Psychology
PSY 239 Psychology of Personality
PSY 241 Developmental Psych
PSY 243 Child Psychology
PSY 246 Adolescent Psychology
PSY 249 Psychology of Aging
PSY 259 Human Sexuality
PSY 263 Educational Psychology
PSY 271 Sports Psychology
PSY 275 Health Psychology
PSY 281 Abnormal Psychology
UGETC: Social/Behavioral Sci.– AA/AS
Pre-Major/Elective
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GEN ED: Social/Behavioral Science
GEN ED: Social/Behavioral Science
GEN ED: Social/Behavioral Science
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GEN ED: Social/Behavioral Science
REL 110 World Religions
REL 111 Eastern Religions
REL 112 Western Religions
REL 211 Intro to Old Testament
REL 212 Intro to New Testament
REL 221 Religion in America
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GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
RUS 111 Elementary Russian I
RUS 112 Elementary Russian II
RUS 181 Russian Lab 1
RUS 182 Russian Lab 2
RUS 211 Intermediate Russian I
RUS 212 Intermediate Russian II
RUS 221 Russian Conversation
RUS 231 Reading and Composition
RUS 281 Russian Lab 3
RUS 282 Russian Lab 4
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
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Pre-Major/Elective
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
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Pre-Major/Elective
SOC 210 Introduction to Sociology
SOC 213 Sociology of the Family
SOC 215 Group Processes
SOC 220 Social Problems
SOC 225 Social Diversity
SOC 230 Race and Ethnic Relations
SOC 232 Social Context of Aging
SOC 234 Sociology of Gender
SOC 240 Social Psychology
SOC 242 Sociology of Deviance
SOC 244 Soc of Death & Dying
SOC 245 Drugs and Society
SOC 250 Sociology of Religion
SOC 254 Rural and Urban Sociology
UGETC: Social/Behavioral Sci.– AA/AS
GEN ED: Social/Behavioral Science
Pre-Major/Elective
GEN ED: Social/Behavioral Science
GEN ED: Social/Behavioral Science
GEN ED: Social/Behavioral Science
Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
GEN ED: Social/Behavioral Science
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Pre-Major/Elective
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Pre-Major/Elective
Pre-Major/Elective
SPA 111 Elementary Spanish I
SPA 112 Elementary Spanish II
SPA 141 Culture and Civilization
SPA 161 Cultural Immersion
SPA 181 Spanish Lab 1
SPA 182 Spanish Lab 2
SPA 211 Intermediate Spanish I
SPA 212 Intermediate Spanish II
SPA 221 Spanish Conversation
SPA 231 Reading and Composition
SPA 281 Spanish Lab 3
SPA 282 Spanish Lab 4
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
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GEN ED: Humanities/Fine Arts
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