Steeve Buckridge, Ph.D.

Steeve Buckridge, Ph.D.

"We have great students who are really passionate about learning. I feel very privileged to be here to work with these students." - Steeve Buckridge, Area Studies Department Read More

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Delta College

General Education

FOUNDATION CATEGORIES

Students must select one course from each category

WRITING

ENG 112: College Composition II

THE ARTS

ART 151: Art History and Appreciation I
ART 251: Architectural History
ART 255: Art of the 20th Century
COM 215: Introduction to Theatre
COM 216: Theatre History
IHU 101: Humanities through the Arts
IHU 226: Introduction to Film
LIT 226: Introduction to Film
MUS 100: Elements of Music
MUS 118: Jazz History
MUS 119: History of Rock and Roll

PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE

IHU 232: Exploring Human Nature
IHU 234: World Religions
IHU 245: Bibical Literature
LIT 219: Literary Analysis
LIT 222: Readings in the Novel
LIT 223: Reading in Drama
LIT 228: Masterpieces of World Literature
LIT 229: Masterpieces of World Literature
LIT 230: Readings in Modern Non-Fiction
LIT 241: Introduction to Mythology
LIT 242: Introduction to British Literature
LIT 245: Bibical Literature - Old Testament
LIT 246: Bibical Literature - New Testament
LIT 260: Literature and History of the Holocaust
LIT 269: Native North American Literature
LIT 271: American Literature to 1865
LIT 274: Mexican-American Literature
LIT 276: Contemporary American Fiction
LIT 277: Early African American Literature
LIT 278: Modern African American Literature
LIT 283: Literature of Mysticism
LIT 285: Women in Literature
PHL 211: Introduction to Philosophy
PHL 213: Introduction to Ethics
PHL 225: Philosophy and Film
PHL 260: Philosophy Seminar

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES

HIS 111: A Survey of Early Western Civilization
HIS 112: A Survey of Later Western Civilization
HIS 214: Early African American History
HIS 215: Recent African American History
HIS 221: Early American History
HIS 222: Recent American History
HIS 237: History of Michigan

MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

CST 171: Visual BASIC Programming I
CST 180: C++ Programming
CST 183: Java Programming
CST 271: Visual Basic Programming II
CST 280: Advanced C++ Programming
MTH 115: Mathematics for Elementary Teachers
MTH 116: Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II
MTH 121: Plane Trigonometry
MTH 122: College Algebra
MTH 151: Pre-Calculus Mathematics
MTH 160: Calculus for Social and Managerial Sciences
MTH 161: Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
MTH 162: Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
MTH 208: Elementary Statistics
MTH 260: Discrete Mathematics
MTH 261: Analytic Geometry and Calculus III
MTH 263: Introduction to Linear Algebra
MTH 264: Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations
PHL 221: Critical Thinking and Logic

PHYSICAL SCIENCES

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

AST 111 + 111L: Introduction to Astronomy + Lab
CHM 100: World of Chemistry
CHM 101: General Chemistry I
CHM 105: Technical Chemistry I
CHM 106: Technical Chemistry II
CHM 107: Chemistry for Engineering Technology
CHM 111: General and Inorganic Chemistry I
CHM 112: General and Inorganic Chemistry II
CHM 210 + 210L: Organic Chemistry I + Lab
CHM 220 + 220L: Organic Chemistry II + Lab
CHM 221 + 221L: Organic Biochemistry + Lab
GEO 111: Physical Geography
GLG 103: Introduction to Meteorology
GLG 111: Physical Geology
GLG 115: Introduction to Oceanography
GLG 118: Geology & Dinosaurs
GLG 122: Geology of Michigan
GLG 130: Environmental Geology
PHY 101: Applied Physics
PHY 111: General Physics I
PHY 112: General Physics II
PHY 211: Physics I
PHY 212: Physics II
PHY 213: Physics of Special Relativity

LIFE SCIENCES

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

BIO 101: Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
BIO 110: Environmental Science
BIO 111: Principles of Biology
BIO 130: Introduction to Chemistry and Cell Biology
BIO 140: Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology
BIO 152: Human Anatomy and Physiology I
BIO 153: Human Anatomy and Physiology II
BIO 171: Integrated General Biology I
BIO 172: Integrated General Biology II
BIO 203: General Microbiology
BIO 221: Nature Study
BIO 230: Physical Anthropology and Archeology
BIO 240: Human Anatomy
BIO 241: Physiology
SOC 230: Physical Anthropology and Archeology

SOCIAL SCIENCES (SELECT TWO COURSES FROM DIFFERENT DISCIPLINES)

CJ 110: Introduction to Criminal Justice
ECN 221: Principles of Economics I
ECN 222: Principles of Economics II
GEO 113: World Regional Geography
GEO 222: Geography of Asia
GEO 223: Geography of Europe
GEO 226: Geography of the United States and Canada
IHU 120: Introduction to Global Peace Studies
IHU 202: Women's Studies
POL 103: Introduction to American Government
POL 104: American Government w/Project
POL 221: Comparative Government
PSY 211: General Psychology
PSY 223: Child Psychology
PSY 225: Adolescent Psychology
PSY 231: Theories of Personality
PSY 235: Adult Development
PSY 241: Abnormal Psychology
SOC 211: Principles of Sociology
SOC 212: Social Problems
SOC 215: Sociology of Minority Groups
SOC 231: Cultural Anthropology
SOC 250: Introduction to Social Work
SSI 120: Introduction to Global Peace Studies
SSI 232: Exploring Human Nature
SSI 234: World Religions

CULTURAL DESIGNATIONS

Students must select one course from each category

WORLD PERSPECTIVES DESIGNATION

FR 212: French Four
GE 212: German Four
GEO 113: World Regional Geography
GEO 255: Third World Development
HIS 111: Western Civilization to 1500 AD
IHU 234: World Religions
LIT 228: Masterpieces of World Literature - Early
LIT 229: Masterpieces of World Literature - Late
LIT 241: Introduction to Mythology
LIT 260: Literature and History of Holocaust
MGT 265: International Business
POL 222: Politics of the Middle East
SOC 231: Cultural Anthropology
SOC 265: Third World Development
SPA 212: Spanish Four
SSI 234: World Religion

US DIVERSITY DESIGNATION

HIS 214: Early African American History
HIS 215 : Recent African American History
HIS 221: Early American History
IHU 202: Women's Studies
IHU 280: Exploring Diversity
IHU 281: Exploring Diversity w/Project
LIT 269: Native North American Literature
LIT 274: Mexican-American Literature
LIT 277: Early African American Literature
LIT 278: Modern African American Literature
LIT 285: Women in Literature
SOC 212: Social Problems
SOC 215: Sociology of Minority Groups
SOC 216: The Black Experience
SOC 221: Marriage and Family

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