2009-2010 Breadth General Education Requirements

HUMANITIES (HU) AND CREATIVE ARTS (CA)

Select 9 credit hours from the courses listed below (with at least 3 credit hours from Humanities and at least 3 credit hours from Creative Arts) and earn a passing grade to fulfill this General Education requirement. Please note: some majors and minors require higher minimum grades.

HUMANITIES (HU) CREATIVE ARTS (CA)
Anthropology
ANTH 1040 Language and Culture (3)
 
Art •
  ART 1115 Humanities on the Internet (3)*
 
Communication
  COMM 1020 Principles of Public Speaking (3)
  COMM 1115 Humanities on the Internet (3)*
  COMM 2010 Mass Media & Society (3)
  COMM 2110 Interpersonal & Small Group Communication (3)
 
Foreign Language
  FL 1851/2851 Study Abroad (3)
  FL 2020 Foreign Language Second Year II (4)
 
Honors
  HNRS 1540 Perspectives in the Humanities (3)
  HNRS 2110 Intellectual Traditions: Great Ideas of the West in Classical & Medieval Eras (3)
  HNRS 2120 Intellectual Traditions: Great Ideas of the West in the Modern Era (3)
HNRS 2130 Intellectual Traditions: Great Ideas of the East (3)
 
Library Science
  LIBS 1115 Humanities on the Internet (3)*
 
Literature
  ENGL/FL 1115 Humanities on the Internet (3)*
ENGL 2200 Introduction to Literature (3)
ENGL 2220 Introduction to Fiction (3)
ENGL 2240 Introduction to Poetry (3)
ENGL 2290 Introduction to Drama (3)
ENGL 2510 Masterpieces of Literature (3)
ENGL 2710 Perspectives in Women’s Literature (3)
ENGL 3500 Introduction to Shakespeare (3)
ENGL 3510 World Literature (3)
  ENGL 3520 Literature of the Natural World (3)
  ENGL 3750 Themes & Ideas in Literature (3)
  FL 2600 Introduction to Foreign Literature in Translation (3)
 
Music
  MUSC 1043 Music, the Arts & Civilizations (3)
 
Philosophy
  PHIL 1000 Introduction to Philosophy (3)
  PHIL 1120 Contemporary Moral Problems (3)
  PHIL 1250 Critical Thinking (3)
 
Theatre
  THEA 1115 Humanities on the Internet (3)*
  THEA 3323 History & Literature of Contemporary Theatre
Art •
  ART 1010 Introduction to the Visual Arts (3)
  ART 1030 Studio Art for the Non-Art Major (3)
  ARTH 1090 Art & Architecture of the World: Paleolithic to AD 1000 (4)
  ARTH 1100 Art & Architecture of the World: AD 1000 to Present (4)
 
Dance
DANC 1010 Introduction to Dance (3)
 
Honors
  HNRS 1530 Perspectives in the Creative Arts (3)
 
Music
  MUSC 1010 Introduction to Music (3)
  MUSC 1030 Introduction to Jazz (3)
  MUSC 1033 Introduction to American Music (3)
MUSC 1040 Music of World Cultures (3)
  MUSC 1063 Music in Religion (3)
 
Theatre
  THEA 1013 Introduction to Theatre/Survey of Theatre (3)
  THEA 1023 Introduction to Film (3)
  THEA 1033 Acting I (3)
  THEA 1043 Introduction to American Musical Theatre (3)

 

* You may take only one of the following Humanities on the Internet courses to fulfill General Education requirements: ART 1115, COMM 1115, ENGL 1115, FL 1115, LIBS 1115, or THEA 1115. Any one of these courses fulfills a Humanities requirement as well as Part D of the CIL requirement.

  Only one course from either ART or ARTH may be used to fulfill the Breadth General Education requirements.

Course also fulfills Diversity requirement. Go to weber.edu/diversityrequirements or consult the Catalog for a complete list of Diversity courses.

Courses selected to fulfill the breadth general education requirements must each be from a different program (i.e., have a different course abbreviation), with the exception of Honors.

 

SOCIAL SCIENCES (SS)

Select 6 credit hours from the courses listed below and earn a passing grade to fulfill this General Education requirement. Please note: some majors and minors require higher minimum grades.

Anthropology
ANTH 1000 Introduction to Anthropology (3)
ANTH 2010 Peoples & Cultures of the World (3)
  ANTH 2030 Principles of Archaeology (3)
 
Child and Family Studies
  CHF 1500 Human Development (3)
 
Criminal Justice
  CJ 1010 Introduction to Criminal Justice (3)
 
Economics
  ECON 1010 Economics as a Social Science (3)
  ECON 1100 Environmental Issues & Economic Policy (3)
  ECON 2010 Principles of Microeconomics (3)
  ECON 2020 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
 
Geography
GEOG 1300 Places & Peoples of the World (3)
GEOG 1520 Geography of the U.S. & Canada (3)
 
Gerontology
  GERT 1010 Introduction to Gerontology (3)
 
Health Promotion/Human Performance
  HLTH 1030 Healthy Lifestyles (3)
 
History
  HIST 1500 World History to 1500 C.E. (3)
HIST 1510 World History from 1500 C.E. to the Present (3)
 
Honors
  HNRS 1520 Perspectives in the Social Sciences (3)
  HNRS 2110 Intellectual Traditions: Great Ideas of the West in Classical & Medieval Eras (3)
  HNRS 2120 Intellectual Traditions: Great Ideas of the West in the Modern Era (3)
HNRS 2130 Intellectual Traditions: Great Ideas of the East (3)
Information Systems & Technologies
  IST 1100 The Wired Society (3)
 
Political Science
  POLS 2100 Introduction to International Politics (3)
  POLS 2200 Introduction to Comparative Politics (3)
  POLS 2300 Introduction to Political Theory (3)
 
Psychology
  PSY 1010 Introductory Psychology (3)
  PSY 2000 Interpersonal Relationships (3)
 
Social Work
  SW 1010 Introduction to Generalist Social Work (3)
 
Sociology
SOC 1010 Introduction to Sociology (3)
SOC 1020 Social Problems (3)
 
Women’s Studies
WS 1500 Introduction to Women’s Studies (3)

 

Course also fulfills Diversity requirement. Go to weber.edu/diversityrequirements or consult the Catalog for a complete list of Diversity courses.

Courses selected to fulfill the breadth general education requirements must each be from a different program (i.e., have a different course abbreviation), with the exception of Honors.

 

PHYSICAL SCIENCES (PS) AND LIFE SCIENCES (LS)

Select 9 credit hours from the courses listed below (with at least 3 credit hours from Physical Sciences and at least 3 credit hours from Life Sciences) and earn a passing grade to fulfill this General Education requirement. Please note: some majors and minors require higher minimum grades.

PHYSICAL SCIENCES (PS) LIFE SCIENCES (LS)
Chemistry
     CHEM 1010 Introductory Chemistry (3)
  CHEM 1050 Introduction to General, Organic & Biochemistry (5)
  CHEM 1110 Elementary Chemistry (5)
  CHEM 1210 Principles of Chemistry I (5)
  CHEM 1360 Principles of Physical Science (3)*
 
Geography •
  GEOG 1000 Natural Environments of the Earth (3)
GEOG 1400 The Science of Global Warming: Myths, Realities & Solutions (3)
 
Geosciences •
  GEO 1020 Dinosaurs & the Fossil Record (3)
  GEO 1030 Earthquakes & Volcanoes (3)
  GEO 1060 Environmental Geosciences (3)
  GEO 1110 Dynamic Earth: Physical Geology (3)
  GEO 1130 Introduction to Meteorology (3)
  GEO 1350 Principles of Earth Science (3)
 
Honors
  HNRS 1500 Perspectives in the Physical Sciences (3)
 
Physics
  PHYS 1010 Elementary Physics (3)
  PHYS 1040 Elementary Astronomy (3)
  PHYS 1360 Principles of Physical Science (3)*
  PHYS 2010 College Physics I (5)
  PHYS 2210 Physics for Scientists & Engineers I (5)
Anthropology
ANTH 1020 Biological Anthropology (3)
 
Botany
  BTNY 1203 Plant Biology (3)
  BTNY 1303 Plants in Human Affairs (3)
  BTNY 1370 Principles of Life Science (3)*
 

BTNY 1403 Environment Appreciation (3-4)

 

Health

  HLTH 1020 Foundations in Nutrition (3)**
 
Health Science
  HTHS 1110 Biomedical Core Lecture/Lab (4)
 
Honors
  HNRS 1510 Perspectives in the Life Sciences (3)
 
Microbiology
  MICR 1113 Introductory Microbiology (3)
  MICR 1153 Elementary Public Health (3)
  MICR 1370 Principles of Life Science (3)*
  MICR 2054 Principles of Microbiology (4)
 
Nutrition
  NUTR 1020 Foundations in Nutrition (3)**
 
Zoology
  ZOOL 1010 Animal Biology (3)
  ZOOL 1020 Human Biology (3)
ZOOL 1030 The Nature of Sex (3)
  ZOOL 1370 Principles of Life Science (3)*

 

* You may take only one of the following Principles of Physical Science courses to fulfill General Education requirements: CHEM 1360 or PHYS 1360.

Only one course from either GEOG or GEO may be used to fulfill the Physical Sciences requirements.

Course also fulfills Diversity requirement. Go to weber.edu/diversityrequirements or consult the Catalog for a complete list of Diversity courses.

* You may take only one of the following Principles of Life Science courses to fulfill General Education requirements: BTNY 1370, MICR 1370, or ZOOL 1370.

**You may take only one of the following Foundations in Nutrition courses to fulfill General Education requirements: HLTH 1020 or NUTR 1020.

Courses selected to fulfill the breadth general education requirements must each be from a different program (i.e., have a different course abbreviation), with the exception of Honors.


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