Physical, Earth, and Life Sciences

  • Select two courses, one each from the three science categories.

Physical Sciences

PHYCS 101 - Physical Science Concepts for Teachers.


Life Sciences

BIO 102 - Biological Concepts for Teachers.


Earth Sciences

GEOG 101 - Earth, Sea, and Sky: A Geographic View.

GEOL 101 - Planet Earth's Geological Environment.


Social and Behavioral Sciences

  • Two courses, one each from two different departments

ANTH 101 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology.

ANTH 103 - Archaeology and Culture.

ANTH 105 - Introduction to Biological Anthropology.

ECON 116 - Survey of Economic Ideas.

ECON 201 - Elementary Microeconomics.

GEOG 121 - Geography of the Cultural Environment.

HIST 152 - World Civilization 2.

HIST 201 - American History, 1492-1876.

HIST 202 - American History, 1877 to Present.

POLS 130 - American National Government.

PSYSC 100 - General Psychology.

SOC 100 - Principles of Sociology.


Fine Arts and Humanities

  • Two required courses


AED 200 - Understanding Art.

MUSED 265 - Basic Music for Classroom Teachers.


Distribution Elective

  • Select one course.


ANTH 101 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology.

ANTH 103 - Archaeology and Culture.

ANTH 105 - Introduction to Biological Anthropology.

CC 101 - Word Origins and Vocabulary Development.

CC 105 - Introduction to the Classical World.

DANCE 100 - Introduction to Dance History.

ECON 116 - Survey of Economic Ideas.

ECON 201 - Elementary Microeconomics.

ENG 205 - World Literature.

GEOG 121 - Geography of the Cultural Environment.

HIST 201 - American History, 1492-1876.

HIST 202 - American History, 1877 to Present.

HIST 415 - History of Indiana.

HSC 160 - Fundamentals of Human Health.

NREM 101 - Environment and Society.

PHIL 100 - Introduction to Philosophy.

POLS 130 - American National Government.

PSYSC 100 - General Psychology.

SOC 100 - Principles of Sociology.

THEAT 100 - Introduction to Theatre.


International/Global Studies

  • Choose one course.
  • Specifically approved international travel courses may also satisfy this requirement; check with your academic advisor.


ANTH 111 - Global Cultural Diversity.

CC 205 - Mythologies of the World.

ECON 279 - Economic and Political Problems of Emerging Nations.

POLS 281 - Economic and Political Problems of Emerging Nations.

GEOG 150 - Global Geography.

GEOL 206 - Oceans and Nations.

HIST 198 - Studies in Non-Western Civilizations.

NREM 205 - International Natural Resources: Development and Conservation.

POLS 293 - International Relations.

SOC 228 - Globalization and the Third World.


Physical Education, Fitness, and Wellness

  • Select one course from the following.
  • Students may receive credit toward graduation for only one PEFWL course.


PEFWL 100 - Physical Conditioning.

PEFWL 103 - Fitness Walking.

PEFWL 104 - Jogging.

PEFWL 117 - Swimnastics.

PEFWL 148 - Rhythmic Aerobics.

PEFWL 217 - Fitness Swimming.