Sara Sherry

Sara Sherry

"I chose to attend Grand Valley because I knew it was a well-respected school." - Sara Sherry '11, President, Mixed Staffing and Management Read More

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Washtenaw Community College

General Education

FOUNDATION CATEGORIES

Students must select one course from each category

WRITING

ENG 226: Composition II

THE ARTS

ART 130: Art Appreciation
ART 150: Monuments and Cultures
DAN 180: Dance Appreciation: The World of Dance
DRA 180: Theatre Appreciation
ENG 270: Creative Writing I
ENG 271: Creative Writing II
HUM 101: Introduction to Humanities: Ancient to Medieval
HUM 102: Introduction to Humanities: Renaissance to Modern
HUM 120: Introduction to Film
HUM 150: International Cinema
HUM 160: American Film
HUM 175: Arts and Cultures of Middle East
HUM 185: The Horror Film
MUS 140: Music Theory I
MUS 142: Music Theory
MUS 180: Music Appreciation: Our Musical World
MUS 185: Western Music History Survey

PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE

ENG 160: Introduction to Literature: Poetry & Drama
ENG 170: Introduction to Literature: Short Story and Novel
ENG 181: African-American Literature
ENG 187: Folk Literature and Culture of the Caribbean and South America
ENG 200: Shakespeare
ENG 213: World Literature I
ENG 214: Literature of the Non-Western World
ENG 222: American Literature II
ENG 223: British Literature After 1800
ENG 224: World Literature II
ENG 240: Children's Literature
ENG 242: Multicultural Literature for Youth
HUM 146: Mythology
PHL 101: Introduction to Philosophy
PHL 200: Existentialism
PHL 205: Ethics
PHL 240: Social-Political Philosophy
PHL 244: Ethical and Legal Issues in Health Care
PHL 245: Philosophy of Religion

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES

HST 121: Western Civilization I
HST 122: Western Civilization II
HST 123: The Twentieth Century
HST 150: African American History
HST 200: Michigan History
HST 201: United States History to 1877
HST 202: United States History Since 1877
HST 210: U.S. Women's History
HST 215: History of U.S. Foreign Relations
HST 216: U.S. Military History, Colonial Times to Present
HST 220: The Civil War Era, 1845- 1877
HST 230: History of the Holocaust
HST 235: African History
HST 240: The History of the Modern Middle East, 1798 - Present
HST 251: War in the Modern World, 1500 - Present
HST 260: History of England to 1688
HST 270: History of China

MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

CPS 161: An Introduction to Programming with Java
CPS 171: Introduction to Programming with C++
CPS 271: Object Features of C++
CPS 272: Data Structures with C++
MTH 148: Functional Math for Elementary School Teachers I
MTH 149: Functional Math for Elementary School Teachers II
MTH 151: Technical Algebra
MTH 157: Geometry and Trigonometry
MTH 160: Basic Statistics
MTH 176: College Algebra
MTH 178: General Trigonometry
MTH 180: Precalculus
MTH 181: Mathematical Analysis I
MTH 182: Mathematical Analysis II
MTH 191: Calculus I
MTH 192: Calculus II
MTH 197: Linear Algebra
MTH 293: Calculus III
MTH 295: Differential Equations
PHL 123: Critical Thinking
PHL 250: Logic

PHYSICAL SCIENCES

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

AST 100 + 111: Introductory Astronomy + General Astronomy
AST 111: Genral Astronomy
CEM 102: Chemistry for Elementary Teachers
CEM 105: Fundamentals of Chemistry
CEM 111: General Chemistry I
CEM 122: General Chemistry II
CEM 140: Organic Biochemistry
CEM 211: Organic Chemistry I
CEM 222: Organic Chemistry II
GLG 100: Introduction to Earth Science
GLG 103: Field Biology
GLG 104: Weather
GLG 114: Physical Geology
GLG 202: Earth Science for Elementary Teachers
PHY 105: Conceptional Physics
PHY 110: Applied Physics
PHY 111: General Physics I
PHY 122: General Physics II
PHY 211: Analytical Physics I
PHY 222: Analytical Physics II

LIFE SCIENCES

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

BIO 101: Concepts of Biology
BIO 102: Human Biology
BIO 103: General Biology II
BIO 104: Biology of Exercise
BIO 107: Introduction to Field Biology
BIO 109: Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology
BIO 111: Anatomy and Physiology
BIO 142: Introduction to Nutrition, Exercise and Weight Control
BIO 200: Current Topics in Biology
BIO 201: Physiology of Exercise
BIO 208: Genetics
BIO 212: Pathophysiology
BIO 215: Cell and Molecular Biology
BIO 227 + 228: Zoology + Botany
BIO 237: Microbiology
ENV 101: Environmental Science I
ENV 201: Environmental Science II
HSC 138: General and Therapeutic Nutrition

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

ANT 201: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
CCP 101: Child Development
CJT 100: Introduction to Criminal Justice
ANT 205: Introduction to Archaeology
ECO 110: Introduction to Economics
ECO 111: Consumer Economics
ECO 211: Principles of Economics I
ECO 222: Principles of Economics II
ECO 280: International Economics
GEO 101: World Regional Geography
GEO 212: Geography of the U.S. and Canada
HSC 147: Growth and Development
PLS 112: Introduction to American Government
PLS 150: State and Local Government and Politics
PLS 211: Introduction to Comparative Government
PLS 220: Politics and the Media
PSY 100: Introductory Psychology
PSY 107: African-American Psychology
PSY 150: Psychology of Work
PSY 200: Child Psychology
PSY 206: Life Span Developmental Psychology
PSY 210: Behavior Modification
PSY 220: Human Development and Learning
PSY 240: Drugs, Society, and Human Behavior
PSY 251: Education of Exceptional Children
PSY 257: Abnormal Psychology
PSY 260: Introduction to Human Sexuality
SOC 100: Principles of Sociology
SOC 155: Hip-Hop Culture and Society
SOC 202: Criminology
SOC 205: Race and Ethnic Relations
SOC 207: Social Problems
SOC 220: Group Dynamics and Counseling
SOC 225: Family Social Work
SOC 230: Marriage and Family
SOC 250: Juvenile Delinquency

CULTURAL DESIGNATIONS

Students must select one course from each category

WORLD PERSPECTIVES DESIGNATION

ANT 201: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ENG 187: Folk Literature and Culture of the Caribbean and South America
ENG 213: World Literature
ENG 214: Literature of the Non-Western World
ENG 224: World Literature II
GEO 101: World Regional Geography
HST 122: Western Civilization II
HST 123: The Twentieth Century
HST 230: History of the Holocaust
HST 235: African History
HST 270: History of China
HUM 145: Comparative Religions
HUM 146: Mythology
PLS 211: Introduction to Comparative Government
SPN 202: Second Year Spanish II
SPN 224: Second Year Spanish II - Literature

US DIVERSITY DESIGNATION

ENG 181: African-American Literature
HST 150: African-American History
HST 201: United States History to 1877
HST 202: United States History since 1877
HST 220: The Civil War Era, 1845 - 1877
SOC 205: Race & Ethnic Relations
SOC 207: Social Problems
SOC 230: Marriage & Family

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