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Courses You Will Take

This degree requires a total of 60 credits.

Note: Only courses in bold are offered online. (We’ve listed all the course options to assist you in determining which courses may apply toward this degree program if you are considering transferring. Learn more about transferring credit.)

General Education, 31 credit hours

  • ENG 103 English Composition 1 (3 credit hours)
  • ENG 104 English Composition 2 (3 credit hours)

6 credit hours from:

    • HIST 150 The West in the World (3 credit hours)
    • MATH 125 Mathematics and Its Applications (3 credit hours)
    • COMM 210 Fundamentals of Public Communication (3 credit hours)

    Distribution Requirements, 15 credit hours which includes:

    Physical, Earth, or Life Sciences, 3 credit hours

        • ASTR 100 Introduction to Astronomy: A Study of the Solar System and Beyond (3 credit hours)
        • ASTR 120 Stars and Stellar Systems (3 credit hours)
        • CHEM 100 People and Chemistry (3 credit hours)
        • CHEM 101 General, Organic, and Biochemistry for the Health Sciences (5 credit hours)
        • CHEM 111 General Chemistry 1 (4 credit hours)
        • PHYC 100 Conceptual Physics (3 credit hours)
        • PHYC 110 General Physics 1 (4 credit hours) (Must have pre-req)
        • PHYC 120 General Physics 1 (5 credit hours)
        • GEOG 101 Earth, Sea, and Sky: A Geographic View (3 credit hours)
        • GEOL 101 Planet Earth’s Geological Environment (3 credit hours)
        • NREM 101 Environment and Society (3 credit hours) Life Sciences remove
        • BIO 100 People and the Life Sciences (3 credit hours)
        • BIO 111 Principles of Biology 1 (4 credit hours)
        • HSC 160 Fundamentals of Human Health (3 credit hours)
        • ANTH 105 Biodiversity, Adaptation, and Human Behavior (3 credit hours)

          Social and Behavioral Sciences, 3 credit hours

            • ANTH 101 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3 credit hours)
            • ANTH 103 Archaeology and Culture (3 credit hours)
            • ECON 116 Survey of Economic Ideas (3 credit hours)
            • ECON 201 Elementary Microeconomics (3 credit hours)
            • GEOG 121 Geography of the Cultural Environment (3 credit hours)
            • POLS 130 American National Government (3 credit hours)
            • PSYS 100 General Psychology (3 credit hours)
            • SOC 100 Principles of Sociology(3 credit hours)
            • GEOG 150 Global Geography (3 credit hours)

            Fine Arts and Humanities, 3 hours

                • AHS 100 Introduction to Art (3 credit hours)
                • DANC 100 Introduction to Dance History (3 credit hours)
                • ENG 206  Reading Literature (3 credit hours)
                • MUHIS 100 Introduction to Music (3 credit hours)
                • THEA 100 Introduction to Theatre(3 credit hours)
                • HIST 198 Studies in Non-Western Civilizations (3 credit hours)
                • HIST 201 American History, 1492–1876 (3 credit hours)
                • HIST 202 American History, 1877–Present (3 credit hours)
                • CC 101 Word Origins and Vocabulary Development(3 credit hours)
                • CJC 105 Introduction to the Classical World(3 credit hours)
                • CH, FR, GER, GRK, ITAL, JAPAN, LAT, or SP (3–4 credit hours)
                • PHIL 100 Introduction to Philosophy (3 credit hours)
                • RELS 160 Introduction to Religion in Culture (3 credit hours)

                Two additional courses from the distribution electives listed above, 6 credit hours

                Physical Education, Fitness, and Wellness, 1 credit hour of PFW 160

                Electives, 29 credit hours