2009-2010 Core General Education Requirements

COMPOSITION (EN) AMERICAN
INSTITUTIONS (AI)

ENGL 1010
Introductory College Writing (3)

- A N D -

ENGL 2010*
Intermediate College Writing (3)

To enroll in ENGL 2010, you must have either earned ACT Reading and English scores of 29 or higher within the past 24 months or completed ENGL 1010 with a grade of “C” or better. To enroll in ENGL 1010, your must have either earned ACT English and Reading scores of 17 or higher within the past 24 months, completed ENGL 0955 with a grade of “C” or better, completed ESL 2510 with a grade of “C” or better (for non-native English speakers), or earned sufficient Accuplacer scores within the past 12 months. ENGL 0955 has a prerequisite of an appropriate ACT score within the past 24 months, or a grade of “C” or better in ENGL 0900 or an appropriate Accuplacer score within the past 12 months.

For possible placement into a higher-level course, you may take the Reading Comprehension and Sentence Skills Accuplacer exams (placing as high as ENGL 1010 with the Accuplacer). Non-native English speakers must take the ESL Accuplacer Reading Skills and/or Language Usage exams. Go to weber.edu/accuplacer for more information on Accuplacer testing.

*You must have earned both an ACT English score and an ACT Reading score of 29 or higher within the past 24 months to place into ENGL 2010. If you were admitted for Spring 2009 or after, the Composition requirement will be complete with a grade of “C” or better in ENGL 2010. Students admitted prior to Spring 2009 must contact the English Department for advisement on the remaining 3 credit hours.

You must earn a grade of “C” or better to fulfill the Composition requirement.

POLS 1100
American National Government (3)

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HIST 1700
American Civilization (3)

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ECON 1740
Economic History of the U.S. (3)

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HIST 2700 - A N D - HIST 2710
History of the U.S. to 1877 (3)
History of the U.S. since 1877 (3)


You must earn a grade of "C" or better to fulfill the American Institutions requirement.

QUANTITATIVE
LITERACY (QL)
COMPUTER & INFORMATION
LITERACY (CIL)

MATH 1030
Contemporary Mathematics (3)

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MATH 1040
Introduction to Statistics (3)

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MATH 1050
College Algebra (4)

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MATH 1080
Pre-calculus (5)

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PHIL 2200*
Deductive Logic (3)

- O R -

A score of 70 or higher on the College Level Math portion of the ACCUPLACER exam.

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A score of 3 or higher on the AP Calculus or AP Statistics exam

*PHIL 2200 will only fulfill QL if taken during or after Spring 2007


Weber State University students who anticipate transferring to another institution within the Utah State higher education system should fulfill quantitative literacy (QL) with one of the approved Math QL courses rather than PHIL 2200, "Deductive Logic”. PHIL 2200 will not be accepted in transfer as a QL course by another Utah public institution of higher education.



To enroll in MATH 1030, 1040, 1050 or 1080, you must have either earned an ACT Math score of 23 or above within the past 24 months, completed MATH 1010 with a grade of "C" or better within the past 12 months, or earned a sufficient Accuplacer score within the past 12 months. MATH 1010 has a prerequisite of a "C" or better in MATH 0955** or MATH 0960 or an appropriate Accuplacer score. MATH 0960 has a prerequisite of a "C" or better in MATH 0950 or an appropriate Accuplacer score.

To enroll in PHIL 2200, you must have either earned an ACT Math score of 23 or above within the past 24 months, completed MATH 0955** or MATH 0960 with a grade of "C" or better within the past 12 months, or earned a sufficient Accuplacer score within the past 12 months. MATH 0960 has a prerequisite of a "C" or better in MATH 0950 or an appropriate Accuplacer score.

**For a 6-credit combination of math 0950 and math 0960, you may take math 0955.

For possible placement into a higher-level course, you may take the Math Accuplacer exam. Go to weber.edu/accuplacer for more information on Accuplacer testing.

Majors other than General Studies may require a specific QL course to complete program requirements. Please contact your academic advisor to determine the best QL option for you. You may also refer to weber.edu/quantitativeliteracy for more information about the appropriate QL course(s) for your major.

You must earn a grade of “C” or better to fulfill the Quantitative Literacy requirement.

A. Word Processing

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B. Operating Systems, E-mail, and Electronic Presentations

- A N D -

C. Spreadsheets

- A N D -

D. Information Literacy

Information and practice exams for parts A, B, C and D are found at programs.weber.edu/cil or by contacting the TBE department at 801-626-6059. For information on library courses that fulfill part D, go to library.weber.edu/il or contact the Library Science department at 801-626-6415.

CREDIT/NO CREDIT EXAMS:

  • Register and pay for a half credit for each exam
  • See hours and sign-up times at programs.weber.edu/cil as well as in Elizabeth Hall room 311 
  • Tests are computer and Internet based
  • You may retake each exam twice during the semester for which you are registered
  • Retakes cost $5 per exam (paid to the Cashier’s office, 2nd floor of the Student Services Center)
  • If you fail both retakes during the semester, you must register for the equivalent classes (see list) to fulfill the requirement. Failed exams will not receive credit (will not affect your GPA)

You must earn a grade of “C-” or better to fulfill the Computer & Information Literacy requirement.



Computer & Information Literacy (CIL)
Course/Exam List

EMPHASIS AREA A. WORD PROCESSING B. OPERATING SYSTEMS, E-MAIL & ELECTRONIC PRESENTATIONS C. SPREADSHEETS D. INFORMATION LITERACY
CONTENT TAUGHT Word or WordPerfect Windows operating system, email, and PowerPoint or Presentations Excel or
Quattro Pro
Library and Internet
research skills
EXAM OPTIONS TBE1501
Word Processing Competency exam (.5)

Production exam*

TBE 1502
Microcomputers, Operating Systems, and Electronic Presentations Competency exam (.5)

Production exam*

TBE 1503
Spreadsheets Competency exam (.5)

Production exam*

TBE 1504
Information Literacy Competency exam (.5)

Practical exam**

PRACTICE PROBLEMS
& TUTORIALS
See programs.weber.edu/cil for information on all four emphases.
COURSE OPTIONS TBE 1700
Introduction to Microcomputer Applications (3)

Microsoft Office Suite
Fulfills parts A, B & C Classroom course

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TBE 1701
Introduction to Word Processing (1)

Microsoft Office Suite
Self-paced lab or online course

TBE 1700
Introduction to Microcomputer Applications (3)

Microsoft Office Suite
Fulfills parts A, B & C Classroom course

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TBE 1702
Introduction to Microcomputers, E-mail, Operating Systems, and Electronic Presentations (1)

Microsoft Office Suite
Self-paced lab or online course

TBE 1700
Introduction to Microcomputer Applications (3)

Microsoft Office Suite
Fulfills parts A, B & C Classroom course

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TBE 1703
Introduction to Spreadsheets (1)

Microsoft Office Suite
Self-paced lab or online course

ART/COMM/ENGL
/FL/LIBS/THEA
1115 ***

Humanities on the Internet (3)

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LIBS 1704
Information Navigator (1)

Online course or Web-enhanced classroom course

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LIBS 2201
Library Skills, Resources and Research (2)

Classroom course

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LIBS/BSAD 2704
Information Resources in the Business Disciplines (1)

Online course

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LIBS 2804
Information Resources in the Social Sciences (1)

Classroom course

LIBS/HTHS 2904
Information Resources in the Health Professions (1)

Classroom course

*Production Exam: create and edit text documents, electronic presentations, and/or spreadsheets on the computer
**Practical Exam:

answer multiple choice questions on an Internet-based testing system that require you to select an academic research topic and then find, document, and evaluate that information using online library and Internet resources

***

Any one of these Humanities on the Internet courses fulfills part D of the CIL requirement as well as a Humanities requirement.




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