General Education Requirements: Approved Courses

All colleges accept the courses of Charger Foundations as meeting the spirit of the university curriculum. However, Colleges have also taken time to consider where they would recommend one or more courses as particularly useful for students majoring in specific degree programs. 

The tables below present the courses that fulfill Foundations in each category. When you are ready to make your final choices each semester, be sure to talk with your academic advisor! 

AGSC AREA I

AGSC AREA II

AGSC AREA III

AGSC AREA IV

COMPOSITION

FINE ARTS

MATHEMATICS

HISTORY

 

LITERATURE

NATURAL SCIENCE W/LAB

SOCIAL/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

 

HUMANITIES (NON-LITERATURE)

 

 

 


 

AGSC AREA I: 3-6 hours 

COMPOSITION 

EH 101/101S

First-semester composition 

AND

 

EH 102 

Second-semester composition 

OR

 

EH 105

Honors composition

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AGSC AREA II: 12 hours 

FINE ARTS 

ARH 100

Ancient to Medieval period

ARH 101

Renaissance to Modern period

ARH 103

Non-Western

ARS 160

Introduction to Drawing

CM 122

Theater Appreciation

MU 100

Introduction to Music Literature

LITERATURE 

EH 207

Readings in Literature and Culture I

EH 208

Readings in Literature and Culture II

EH 209

Readings in Literature and Culture I (Honors)

EH 210

Readings in Literature and Culture II (Honors)

HUMANITIES (NON-LITERATURE) 

CM 113

Introduction to Rhetorical Communication

FL 101

Intro Foreign Language I

FL 102

Intro Foreign Language II

FL 201

Intermediate Foreign Language I

FL 202

Intermediate Foreign Language II

FL 204

International Cinema

PHL 101

Introduction to Philosophy

PHL 102

Introduction to Ethics

PHL 150

Technology, Science, and Human Values

PHL 201

Introduction to Logic

WS 200

Introduction to Women’s Studies

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AGSC III: 11-12 hours 

MATHEMATICS  

MA 107 

Algebra with Applications 

MA 110 

Finite Math 

MA 112

Precalculus Algebra 

MA 113

Precalculus Trigonometry 

MA 115

Precalculus Algebra/Trigonometry 

MA 120

Calculus with Applications 

MA 171

Calculus A 

NATURAL SCIENCE WITH LAB  

AST 106 

Exploring the Cosmos I 

AST 107 

Exploring the Cosmos II 

BYS 119 

Principles of Biology 

BYS 120 

Organismal Biology 

CH 101/105 

Introduction to Chemistry w/lab

CH 121/125 

General Chemistry I w/lab

CH 123/126 

General Chemistry II w/lab

ESS 103 

Environmental Earth Science Foundations and Applications 

ESS 111 

Climate and Global Change 

PH 100 

Conceptual Physics 

PH 101 

General Physics I 

PH 102 

General Physics II 

PH 111/114 

General Physics with Calculus I w/lab

PH 112/115 

General Physics with Calculus II w/lab

PH 113/116 

General Physics with Calculus III w/lab

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AGSC IV: 12 hours 

HISTORY 

HY 103

World History to 1500

HY 104

World History since 1500

HY 221

The United States to 1877

HY 222

The United States since 1877

SOCIAL/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES 

ECN 142

Macroeconomics

ECN 143

Microeconomics

GS 200

Global Studies

GY 105

World Regional Geography

GY 110

Human Geography

PSC 101

American Government

PSC 102

Comparative Politics: Foreign Government

PSC 260

Introduction to International Relations

PY 101

General Psychology I

PY 201

Life-Span Development

SOC 100

Introduction to Sociology

SOC 102

Analysis of Social Problems

SOC 105

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

SOC 150

Social Perspectives on Technology and Science

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