Craig Benjamin, Ph.D.

Craig Benjamin, Ph.D.

"I'm strong on encouraging students to explore the world and helping them unlock this great potential that they may not have known was there. It's a profoundly satisfying job." - Craig Benjamin, History Department Read More

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Lansing Community College

General Education

FOUNDATION CATEGORIES

Students select one course from each of the foundation categories

WRITING

WRIT 122/132: Composition II

THE ARTS

HUMS 120: Western Art & Music History
MUSC 168: Intro to Musicianship I
MUSC 199: Music Appreciation
MUSC 240: Musical Cultures to 1750
THEA 110: Introduction to Theatre

PHILOSOPHY & LITERATURE

ENGL 201: Introduction to Poetry
ENGL 203: Introduction to Prose
ENGL 290: Shakespeare
PHIL 152: Introduction to Ethics
PHIL 153: Knowledge and Reality
PHIL 211: World Philosophies I

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES

HIST 211: US History to 1877
HIST 212: US History 1877 to Present
HUMS 212: Art History from the Renaissance
HUMS 213: World Civilizations I
HUMS 214: World Civilizations II

MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES:

CITP 150: Intro to VB.Net Programming
MATH 120: College Algebra
MATH 122: College Algebra II and Trig
MATH 121: College Algebra I
MATH 126: Honors Pre-Calculus
MATH 130: Finite Math w/College Algebra
MATH 141: Calculus with Applications
MATH 151: Calculus I
MATH 152: Calculus II
MATH 161: Honors Calculus I
MATH 201: Math for Elementary Teachers I
MATH 202: Math for Elementary Teachers II
MATH 253: Calculus III
MGMT 335: Managerial Statistics
PHIL 151: Intro: Logic & Critical Thinking
STAT 170: Introduction to Statistics
STAT 215: Intro to Probability & Statistics

PHYSICAL SCIENCES

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

ASTR 201: Introductory Astronomy
CHEM 120: General Organic & Biological Chemistry
CHEM 125: Basic Chemistry
CHEM 135: Chemistry in Society
CHEM 151 + 161: General Chemistry Lecture I & Lab
CHEM 152 + 162: General Chemistry Lecture II & Lab
GEOG 121: Physical Geography
GEOG 220: Weather, Forecasting & Climate
GEOL 221: Physical Geology
GEOL 230: Environmental Geology
ISCI 121 + 122: Integrated Science for Education I + II
ISCI 131: Integrated Science: Physical
PHYS 120: The Art of Physics
PHYS 200: Applied Physics
PHYS 221: Introductory Physics I
PHYS 251: Physics I: Mechanics

LIFE SCIENCES

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

ANTH 275: Physical Anthropology & Archaeology
BIOL 120: Environmental Science
BIOL 121: Biology Foundation for Physiology
BIOL 125: Introduction to Biology
BIOL 127 + 128: Cell Biology + Organismal Biology
BIOL 145: Introductory Anatomy & Physiology
BIOL 201: Human Anatomy
BIOL 229: Nature Study for Educators
BIOL 260 + 265: Botany + Zoology
ISCI 121 + 122: Integrated Science for Education I + II

SOCIAL SCIENCES (SELECT TWO COURSES FROM DIFFERENT DISCIPLINES)

ANTH 270: Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 276: World Archaeology
CJUS 101: Introduction to Criminal Justice
ECON 201: Principles of Economics ¿ Micro
ECON 202: Principles of Economics ¿ Macro
GEOG 200: World Regional Geography
POLS 120: American Political System
POLS 201: Introduction to Political Science
PSYC 200: Introduction to Psychology
SOCL 120: Introduction to Sociology
SOCL 255: Contemporary Social Problems
SOWK 101: Introduction to Social Work
SOWK 205: Social Welfare

CULTURAL DESIGNATIONS

Students select one course from each of the cultural designations

WORLD PERSPECTIVES DESIGNATION

ANTH 270: Cultural Anthropology
FREN 202: Intermediate French II
GEOG 200: World Regional Geography
GRMN 202: Intermediate German II
HUMS 125: Japan: Past and Present
HUMS 160: Mythology
HUMS 214: World Civilizations from 1600
POLS 201: Introduction to Political Science
SPAN 202: Intermediate Spanish II

US DIVERSITY DESIGNATION

HIST 211: U.S. History to 1877
HIST 212: U.S. History: 1877 to Present
HUMS 215: American Cultural Experience
SOCL 255: Contemporary Social Problems
SOCL 260: Minority Groups

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