Rebeca  Castellanos, Ph.D.

Rebeca Castellanos, Ph.D.

"The university has a goal to provide excellent education for our students, and also there are expectations for us faculty to improve. I like that. That can only have good results." - Rebeca Castellanos, Modern Languages and Literatures Department Read More

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Kellogg Community College

General Education

FOUNDATION CATEGORIES

Students select one course from each of the foundation categories

WRITING

ENGL 152: Freshman Composition

THE ARTS

ART 211: Art Appreciation
HUMA 150: Encounter with the Arts
HUMA 150H: Encounter with the Arts - Honors
LITE 216: Film Interpretation
MUSI 100: Fundamentals of Music
MUSI 211: Music Appreciation
MUSI 250: Music History I
MUSI 251: Music History II
THEA 121: Theatre Appreciation I
THEA 122: Theatre Appreciation II

PHILOSOPHY & LITERATURE

HUMA 205: Ethical Dilemmas in Modern Society
LITE 105: Introduction to Literature
LITE 205: World Literature
LITE 206: World Literature
LITE 223: Shakespeare
LITE 230: Bible as Literature
LITE 211: American Literature
LITE 212: American Literature
LITE 222: British Literature II
LITE 240: African-American Literature
LITE 241: Science Fiction
PHIL 201: Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 201H: Introduction to Philosophy - Honors
PHIL 202: Introduction to Ethics
PHIL 240: Survey of the Bible

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES

HIST 103: American Foundations
HIST 104: Modern America
HIST 104H: Modern America - Honors
HIST 151: Western Civilization: Early Western World
HIST 151H: Western Civilization: Early Western World - Honors
HIST 152: Western Civilization: Modern Western World
HIST 152H: Western Civilization: Modern Western World Honors
HIST 201: Global History to 1500
HIST 202: Global History from 1500 to Present
HIST 210: History of Michigan
HIST 211: History of England
HIST 212: History of England - continued
HIST 240: African American History
HIST 250: History of Africa

MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES:

BUAD 112: Business Statistics
CP 101: C++ Programming
CP 102: Visual Basic I
CP 201: C++ Programming II
CP 202: Visual Basic II
CP 210: Java Programming
CP 212: Java Programming II
MATH 111: Mathematics for Elementary Teachers I
MATH 112: Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II
MATH 132: Trigonometry
MATH 125: College Algebra
MATH 130: Statistics
MATH 141: Calculus I
MATH 142: Calculus II
MATH 241: Calculus III
MATH 242: Differential Equations and Linear Algebra

PHYSICAL SCIENCES

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

ASTR 104: Introductory Astronomy
CHEM 100: Fundamentals of Chemistry I
CHEM 110: General Chemistry I
CHEM 111: General Chemistry II
CHEM 201: Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 202: Organic Chemistry II
CHEM 210: Introduction to Organic Biochemistry
GEOG 100: Physical Geography
PHYS 111: Introductory Physics I
PHYS 112: Introductory Physics II
PHYS 201: General Physics I
PHYS 202: General Physics II
PHYS 241: Statics
SCIE 102: Physical Science

LIFE SCIENCES

BIOL 101: Biological Sciences
BIOL 105: Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology
BIOL 109: Principles of Biology I
BIOL 110: Principles of Modern Biology
BIOL 111 + 112: Botany + Zoology
BIOL 116: Introduction to Ornithology
BIOL 201: Human Anatomy
BIOL 202: Human Physiology
SCIE 100: Environmental Science

SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (select two courses from different disciplines)

Select two courses from different disciplines

ANTH 200: Introduction to Anthropology
CRJU 101: Introduction to Criminal Justice
ECON 201: Principles of Economics - Macro
ECON 201H: Principles of Economics - Macrao - Honors
ECON 202: Principles of Economics - Micro
HUSE 290: Social Welfare
POSC 200: American System of Government
POSC 200H: American System of Government - Honors
POSC 201: American Government (Federal)
POSC 210: Introductory Comparative Politics
POSC 211: International Relations
PSYC 201: Introduction to Psychology
PSYC 201H: Introduction to Psychology - Honors
PSYC 220: Developmental Psychology
PSYC 250: Abnormal Psychology
PSYC 260: Health Psychology
PSYC 265: Addiction and Human Behavior
PSYC 270: Human Sexuality
PSYC 275: Criminal Psychology
PSYC 290: Social Psychology
SOCI 201: Introduction to Sociology
SOCI 201H: Introduction to Sociology - Honors
SOCI 202: Social Problems
SOCI 204: Race and Ethnic Relations

CULTURAL DESIGNATIONS

Students select one course from each of the cultural designations

WORLD PERSPECTIVES DESIGNATION

ANTH 200: Introduction to Anthropology
BUAD 115: Global Business
FREN 202: Intermediate French
HIST 201: Global History to 1500
HIST 250: History of Africa
HIST 260: History of Middle East and North Africa
LITE 205: World Literature
LITE 206: World Literature
POSC 210: Introductory Comparative Politics
POSC 211: International Relations
SPAN 202: Intermediate Spanish

US DIVERSITY DESIGNATION

HIST 240: African American History
LITE 240: African-American Literature
SOCI 202: Social Problems
SOCI 203: Marriage and Family
SOCI 204: Race and Ethnic Relations

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