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Northwestern Michigan College

Program Guide for General Education

WRITING

Course Title
ENG 112 English Composition

THE ARTS

Course Title
ART 100 Art Appreciation
ART 111 History of Western Art I
ART 112 History of Western Art II
ART 213 Modern Art HIstory
ART 214 Women in Art
HUM 102 Introduction to Humanities
HUM 116 World Cultures
MUS 110 Music Appreciation - Standard Literature
MUS 111 Music Appreciation Jazz
MUS 129 History of Rock and Roll
MUS 201 Theory of Music
MUS 202 Theory of Music

PHILOSOPHY & LITERATURE

Course Title
ENG 210 Children's Literature
ENG 240 Children's Literature
ENG 241 Mythology
ENG 242 Intro to Women Writers
ENG 245 Native American Literature
ENG 246 British Literature I
ENG 247 British Literature II
ENG 250 Mythology
ENG 254 Shakespeare
ENG 256 Environmental Literature
ENG 261 British Literature
ENG 262 American Literature
ENG 263 World Literature
ENG 265 Science Fiction & Fantasy
ENG 266 Popular Culture
ENG 267 Film as Literature
ENG 271 Adolescence & Cultural Diversity
HUM 101 Intro to Humanities
HUM 102 Intro to Humanities
PHL 101 Introduction to Philosophy I
PHL 121 Western Religions
PHL 122 Eastern Religions
PHL 181 Old Testament
PHL 182 New Testament
PHL 201 Ethics
PHL 202 Contemp Ethical Dilemma
PHL 203 Environmental Ethics

HISTORICAL ANALYSIS

Course Title
HST 101 Western Civilization to 1500 AD
HST 102 Western Civilization from 1500 AD
HST 111 U.S. History to 1865
HST 112 U.S. History Since 1865
HST 211 Native American History
HST 212 African-American History
HST 213 American Women's History
HST 225 American Civil War
HST 228 The Vietnam War
HST 230 A History of Michigan
HST 235 20th Century Europe

MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES:

Course Title
CIT 110 Programming Logic & Design
GEO 115 Introduction to GIS
MTH 106 Math for Elementary Teachers
MTH 120 Mathematical Exploration
MTH 121 College Algebra
MTH 122 Trigonometry
MTH 131 Introduction to Probability & Statistics
MTH 140 College Algebra & Trigonometry
MTH 141 Calculus I
MTH 142 Calculus II
MTH 206 Math for Elementary Teachers II
MTH 241 Calculus III
MTH 251 Differential Equations
PHL 105 Critical Thinking

PHYSICAL SCIENCES

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

Course Title
AST 109 + 109L Planetary Astronomy + Lab
AST 119 + 119L Astronomy + Lab
BIO 268 Biochemistry
CHM 101 + 101L Introductory Chemistry + Lab
CHM 150 + 150R + 150L General Chemistry I + Recitation + Lab
CHM 151 + 151R + 151L General Chemistry II + Recitation + Lab
CHM 201 Intro to Organic Chemistry
CHM 250 + 250L Organic Chemistry I + Lab
CHM 251 + 251L Organic Chemistry II + Lab
ENV 103 + 103L Earth Science + Lab
ENV 104 + 104L Life of the Past + Lab
ENV 111 + 111L Physical Geology + Lab
ENV 112 Historical Geology
ENV 117 + 117L Meteorology & Climatology + Lab
ENV 131 Oceanography
ENV 270a MI Basin Geology
ENV 207c Precambrian Geology of MI
GEO 105 + 105L Physical Geography + Lab
PHY 105 Physics World Around Us
PHY 121 + 121L General Physics I + Lab
PHY 122 General Physics II
PHY 221 + 221L + 221R Probs & Principles of Physics I + Recitation + Lab
PHY 222 + 222R Prob and Prin Physics

LIFE SCIENCES

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

Course Title
BIO 100 + 100L Food & Nutrition Biology + Lab
BIO 105 + 105L Living in the Environment + Lab
BIO 106 + 106L Human Biology + Lab
BIO 108 + 108L Plant Biology + Lab
BIO 109 + 109L Principles of Life Science + Lab
BIO 110 Essential Biology
BIO 115 + 115L Cell, Plant & Ecosystem + Lab
BIO 116 + 116L Genetics, Evolution & Animal Biology + Lab
BIO 208 Microbiology
BIO 215 Genetics
BIO 227 Human Anatomy and Physiology
BIO 228 Human Anatomy and Physiology
BIO 255 Pathophysiology
ENV 140 Watershed Science

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

Course Title
ANT 113 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
CJ 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice
ECO 121 Basic Economics
ECO 201 Principles of Macroeconomics
ECO 202 Principles of Microeconomics
GEO 101 Introduction to Geography
GEO 108 Geography of US/Canada
GEO 109 World Regional Geography
PLS 101 Survey of American Government
PLS 132 Comparative Politics
PLS 211 International Relations
PLS 222 Intro to Political Theory
PLS 233 U.S. Foreign Policy
PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology
PSY 211 Developmental Psychology
PSY 221 Phsych of Personality
PSY 223 Intro to Social Psych
PSY 225 Human Sexuality
PSY 231 Psychology of Adjustment
PSY 250 Abnormal Psychology
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology
SOC 175 Intro to Sustainable Living
SOC 201 Modern Social Problems
SOC 211 Marriage & the Family
SOC 220 Gender & Society
SOC 231 Deviance and Criminal Behavior
SWK 121 Introduction to Social Work
SWK 221 Introduction to Social Welfare

GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES DESIGNATION

Course Title
ANT 113 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ART 111 History of Western Art I
ART 112 History of Western Art II
ENG 241 Mythology
ENG 246 British Literature I
ENG 247 British Literature II
ENG 254 Shakespeare
ENG 263 World Literature
ENG 271 Adolescence & Cultural Diversity
FRN 202 Intermediate French II
GEO 109 World Regional Geography
GRM 202 Intermediate German II
HST 101 Western Civ to 1500 AD
HST 102 Western Civ from 1500AD
HST 228 The Vietnam War
HST 235 20th Century Europe
HUM 116 World Cultures
PHL 121 Western Religions
PHL 122 Eastern Religions
PLS 132 Comparative Politics
PLS 211 International Relations
SPN 202 Intermediate Spanish II

US DIVERSITY DESIGNATION

Course Title
ART 214 Women in Art
ENG 242 Intro to Women Writers
ENG 245 Native American Literature
HST 111 U.S. History to 1865
HST 112 U.S. History since 1865
HST 211 Native American History
HST 212 African-American History
HST 213 American Women's History
HST 225 American Civil War
MUS 111 Music Appreciation Jazz
SOC 201 Modern Social Problems
SOC 220 Gender & Society
SOC 260 Race & Ethnicity