Little Mac Bridge

Little Mac Bridge

The pedestrian bridge, Little Mac, crosses 75 feet above the ravines, connecting the north and south sections of the Allendale Campus.

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North Central Michigan College

General Education

FOUNDATION CATEGORIES

Students must select one course from each category

WRITING

ENG 112: English Composition II

THE ARTS

ART 103: Art Appreciation
ART 105: Art History I
ART 106: Art History II
ART 115: History of Non-Western Art
MU 120: History of Musical Form & Style
THF 101: Survey of the Theatre

PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE

ENG 130: Introduction to Literature
ENG 213: Shakespeare I
ENG 221: British Literature I
ENG 222: British Literature II
ENG 231: American Literature I
ENG 232: American Literature after the Civil War
ENG 241: World Literature I
ENG 242: World Literature II
ENG 251: Contemporary Literature I
ENG 252: Contemporary Literature II
PHL 101: Intro to Philosophy
PHL 105: Introduction to Ethics
PHL 109: Contemporary Moral Issues
PHL 150: Dangerous Ideas

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES

HST 131: History of the United States, 1607 - 1877
HST 132: History of the United States, 1877 - Present
HST 205: The Civil War
HST 231: Survey of Early Western Civilization
HST 232: Survey of Later Western Civilization
HST 235: World War II
HST 261: Introduction to Latin America
HST 270: Michigan History
REL 102: History of Religion in the US

MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

CIS 105: Visual BASIC Programming I
CIS 115: C++ Programming
CIS 205: C++ Programming II
CIS 220: Visual Basic Programming II
CIS 225: Introduction to Java Programming I
MATH 126: Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II
MATH 130: College Algebra
MATH 150: Analytic Geometry & Calculus I
MATH 140: Trigonometry & Applications
PHL 102: Intro to Logic
STAT 200: Statistics

PHYSICAL SCIENCES

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

CEM 101: General Chemistry
CEM 102: Fundamentals of Bio-chemistry
CEM 121: Inorganic Chemistry
CEM 212: Quantitative Analysis
CEM 122: Inorganic Chemistry & Qualitative Analysis
CEM 231: Organic Chemistry I
CEM 232: Organic Chemistry II
ESC 101: Introduction to Earth Science
ESC 110: Environmental Geology
ESC 121: Physical Geology
ESC 122: The Earth through Time
ESC 150: Weather & Climate
ESC 201: Foundations of Astronomy
ESC 210: Remote Sensing
ESC 230: Mineralogy & Petrology
PHY 210: General College Physics I
PHY 211: General College Physics II
PHY 230: Physics Scientists & Engineers I
PHY 231: Physics Scientists & Engineers II

LIFE SCIENCES

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

ANP 161: Intro to Physical Anthropology
BIO 101: Intro to Biology
BIO 133: Human Biology w/Lab
BIO 152: General Biology II
BIO 220: Natural Resource Management
BIO 226: Microbiology
BIO 233: Introduction to Nature Study
BIO 265: Environmental Biology
BIO 235 + 236: General Anatomy & Physiology I & II

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

ANP 110: Cultural Anthropology
ANP 130: Intro to Prehistoric Archaeology
CJ 102: Intro to Criminal Justice
ECO 111: Macroeconomics
ECO 112: Microeconomics
GEO 111: Elements of Geography
GEO 121: World Geography
HST 232: Survey of Later Western Civilization
NISH 100: The Wganakising Odawak
PLS 141: Intro to American Government
PLS 225: Citizen Politics at the Local Level
PLS 235: The American Presidency
PLS 270: Vietnam Then and Now
PSY 161: Intro to Psychology
PSY 210: Human Sexuality
PSY 235: Theories of Personality
PSY 241: Abnormal Psychology
PSY 255: Child Psychology
PSY 290: Social Psychology
SOC 120: Contemporary Social Problems
SOC 171: Intro to Sociology
SOC 220: Death & Dying
SOC 250: Deviant Behavior

CULTURAL DESIGNATIONS

Students must select one course from each category

WORLD PERSPECTIVES DESIGNATION

ANP 110: Cultural Anthropology
ANP 210: Ethnology of World Cultures
ENG 250: Mythology
ENG 255: Modern Mythology: Tolkien & Lewis
FR 212: Intermediate French II
GEO 121: World Geography
GR 212: Intermediate German II
HST 140: Celts & Nature
HST 141: Culture & Myth: Quest for the Grail
REL 100: World Religions
SPAN 212: Intermediate Spanish II

US DIVERSITY DESIGNATION

HST 131: History of the U.S. 1607-1877
HST 132: History of the U.S. 1878 - Present
HST 205: The Civil War
HST 220: Cultural History of Native American
HST 221: Cultural History of Native American Indians II
SOC 120: Contemporary Social Problems
SOC 230: Minority Groups in America
SOC 271: Marriage & Family

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Phone (616) 331-2025 • 1-800-748-0246 • admissions@gvsu.edu