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Grand Rapids Community College

Program Guide for GVSU - General Education requirements

WRITING

Course Title
EN 102 English Composition II

THE ARTS

Course Title
AT 105 History of Art Before 1400
AT 106 History of Art Since 1400
AT 270 History of Architecture
AT 271 History of Modern Art
EN 247 Creative Writing I
EN 248 Creative Writing II
HU 204 Civilization and Culture I
HU 205 Civilization and Culture II
HU 273 Film Viewing and Construction - An Introduction to Film
HU 274 American Cinema Genres
MUS 110 The Appreciation of World and Western Music
MUS 111 Jazz in Contemporary America
MUS 130 American Popular Music
MUS 251 History of Music I
MUS 252 Music History 2
MUS 253 History of Music 3
TH 248 Introduction to Theatre

PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE

Course Title
EN 118 Introduction to Literature
EN 233 Poetry
EN 235 Drama
EN 237 Fiction: Shorter and Longer Forms
EN 242 Popular Literature
EN 250 Children's Literature
EN 251 Multicultural American Literature for Children
EN 252 Shakespeare
EN 261 Great American Writers I
EN 262 Great American Writers II
EN 270 Multicultural Literature
EN 271 African-American Literature
EN 272 African American Literature II
EN 278 Introduction to Women's Literature
EN 281 Survey of British Literature 1
EN 282 Survey of British Literature 2
EN 284 LGBTQ Literature
HU 204 Civilization and Culture I
HU 210 Introduction to Humanities
HU 212 Classical Mythology
PL 201 Introduction to Philosophy
PL 205 Introduction to Ethics
PL 206 Biomedical Ethics
PL 207 Contemporary Moral Choices
PL 209 Business Ethics

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES

Course Title
GE 281 Immigration & Ethnicity in America
HS 101 Western Civilization to 1500
HS 102 Western Civilization since 1500
HS 120 World History to 1500
HS 121 World History since 1500
HS 160 US History Through Reconstruction
HS 161 US History from Reconstruction to the Present
HS 215 The Modern World
HS 225 History of Gender and Sexuality
HS 230 The History of Latin America
HS 240 The Course of Irish History
HS 251 African-American History and Culture
HS 260 History of Michigan
HS 276 History of Grand Rapids
HS 290 History of Russia and East Europe
HU 245 Technology and Humanity

MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

Course Title
BA 254 Introduction to Statistics with Applied Models
CIS 116 Introduction to Computer Programming
CIS 117 Java Programming
CIS 125 Visual BASIC Programming
CIS 127 C++ Programming
CIS 129 Introduction to C# Programming
CIS 217 Advanced Java Programming
CIS 225 Visual BASIC Programming II
CIS 227 Advanced C++ Programming
CIS 229 Advanced C# Programming
CIS 241 Web Application Programming I
CIS 247 Web Application Programming II
MA 108 Trigonometry
MA 110 College Algebra
MA 124 Mathematics for Liberal Arts Students
MA 127 Finite Mathematics with Applications
MA 129 Survey of Calculus
MA 131 Precalculus
MA 133 Calculus with Analytic Geometry 1
MA 134 Calculus with Analytic Geometry 2
MA 210 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers 1
MA 211 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers 2
MA 215 Statistics
MA 245 Discrete Mathematical Structures
MA 255 Geometry and Calculus 3
MA 257 Differential Equations and Linear Algebra
PL 202 Introduction to Logic
PY 281 Introduction to Statistics

PHYSICAL SCIENCES

Select one from Physical Sciences and one from Life Sciences. One of those courses must contain a lab.

Course Title
AS 102 Introductory Astronomy
AS 103 Descriptive Astronomy
AS 106 The Solar System and Extra-Solar Planets
AS 108 Stars, Galaxies and Cosmology
CHM 100 Basic Chemistry
CHM 110 Chemistry in the Modern World
CHM 120 Survey of General Chemistry
CHM 130 + 131 General Chemistry I
CHM 140 + 141 General Chemistry II
CHM 210 Inorganic, Organic, and Biochemistry
CHM 230 + 231 Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry
CHM 240 Survey of Organic Chemistry
CHM 250 + 251 Biological Chemistry
CHM 260 + 261 Organic Chemistry
CHM 270 Organic Chemistry 2
CHM 280 Quantitative Chemical Analysis
GE 132 Physical Geography
GL 101 Introduction to Geology
GL 104 Historical Geology
GL 106 Environmental Geoscience
GL 111 Earth Sciences for Education
PC 101 General Physical Science
PC 141 Science of Sound
PH 111 Physics of Everyday Life
PH 115 Technical Physics
PH 125 College Physics I
PH 126 College Physics II
PH 245 Calculus Physics 1
PH 246 Calculus Physics 2

LIFE SCIENCES

Select one from Physical Sciences and one from Life Sciences. One of those courses must contain a lab.

Course Title
BI 101 General Biology
BI 110 Biology in Society
BI 117 General Human Anatomy and Physiology
BI 118 Environmental Science
BI 121 Human Anatomy & Physiology I
BI 122 Human Anatomy & Physiology 2
BI 127 General Microbiology
BI 151 Cells, Molecules, and Genes
BI 152 Biological Diversity
BI 153 Plant Biology
BI 154 Animal Biology
BI 232 Genetics

SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (SELECT TWO COURSES FROM DIFFERENT DISCIPLINES)

Course Title
AN 201 Introduction to Anthropology
AN 205 Introduction to Archaeology
AN 210 Cultural Anthropology
AN 280 Native American Culture
CJ 110 Introduction to Criminal Justice
EC 251 Principles of Economics I
EC 252 Principles of Economics II
GE 135 World Regional Geography
GE 140 Geography of Michigan
GE 210 Cultural Geography
GE 235 Introduction to Globalization and Inequality
GE 253 Geography of the US and Canada
GE 281 Immigration & Ethnicity in America
GO 261 Growing Old in a New Age
GO 262 Aging in America
GO 263 Death & Dying
GST 200 Introduction to Gender Studies
HU 281 Exploring World Religion
PS 110 American Government
PS 200 State & Local Politics
PS 201 Comparative Governments
PS 202 International Relations
PS 215 Asian Politics
PY 201 General Psychology
PY 203 Psychology of Adjustment
PY 231 Abnormal Psychology
PY 233 Child Psychology
PY 234 Adolescent Psychology
PY 260 Social Psychology
SO 251 Principles of Sociology
SO 254 Social Problems
SO 260 Race & Ethnicity
SO 265 Crime in Society
SO 270 American Families in Transition
SW 150 Introduction to Social Welfare

GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES DESIGNATION

Course Title
AN 201 Introduction to Anthropology
AN 210 Cultural Anthropology
AT 105 History of Art Before 1400
AT 106 History of Art Since 1400
BA 288 Introduction to International Business
EN 252 Shakespeare
EN 281 Survey of British Literature 1
EN 282 Survey of British Literature 2
FR 232 Intermediate French 2
GE 135 World Regional Geography
GE 210 Cultural Geography
GE 235 Introduction to Globalization and Inequality
GR 232 Intermediate German 2
HS 101 Western Civilization to 1500
HS 102 Western Civilization from 1500
HS 120 World History to 1500
HS 121 World History Since 1500
HS 215 The Modern World
HS 230 The History of Latin America
HS 240 The Course of Irish History
HS 290 History of Russia and East Europe
HU 204 Civilization and Culture I (Antiquity - AD 1500)
HU 205 Civilization and Culture II (AD 1500 - Present Day)
HU 212 Classical Mythology
HU 281 Exploring World Religions
MUS 110 Appreciation of World and Western Music
PS 201 Comparative Governments
PS 202 International Relations
PS 215 Asian Politics
SP 232 Intermediate Spanish 2

US DIVERSITY DESIGNATION

Course Title
AN 280 Native American Culture
COM 235 Gender and Communication
EN 251 Multicultural American Literature for Children
EN 270 Multicultural Literature
EN 271 African American Literature
EN 272 African American Literature II
EN 278 Introduction to Women's Literature
EN 284 LGBTQ Literature
GE 281 Immigration & Ethnicity in America
GO 262 Aging in America: Aging Programs, Services, Systems, and Policies
GST 200 Introduction to Gender Studies
HS 160 US History Through Reconstruction
HS 161 US History from Reconstruction to the Present
HS 251 African-American History and Culture
HS 285 History of American Foreign Relations
MUS 111 Jazz in Contemporary America
MUS 130 American Popular Music
PL 207 Moral Choices in Contemporary Society
SO 251 Principles of Sociology
SO 254 Social Problems
SO 260 Race and Ethnicity
SO 265 Crime in Society
SO 270 American Families in Transition

NOTES:

These courses fulfill the general education requirements at GVSU but might not fulfill the general education requirements at GRCC. Please check wth your advisor at GRCC for their general education requirements.

These courses fulfill the general education requirements at GVSU but might not fulfill the general education requirements at GRCC.  Please check wth your advisor at GRCC for their general education requirements.