Ross  Sherman, Ph.D.

Ross Sherman, Ph.D.

"The biggest thing I like about teaching at Grand Valley is that you get to spend time with students, and not just in the classroom, but also in the laboratory." - Ross Sherman, Movement Science Department Read More

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Oakland Community College

General Education

FOUNDATION CATEGORIES

Students select one course from each of the foundation categories

WRITING

ENG 1520: Composition II

THE ARTS

ART 1560: Art Appreciation
ART 1700: Islamic and Asian Art
ART 2600: American Art
ART 2620: Northern European Art History
HUM 1510: Major Traditions of Western Art
HUM 1520: Arts and Literature Renaissance through Modern
HUM 1900: Introduction to the Film
HUM 2100-2109: Topics in Film
MUS 1540: Music History: Western Music I
MUS 1550: Music History: Western Music II
MUS 1560: Understanding of Music
MUS 1590: Music History: Rock
MUS 1610: Fundamentals of Music
THE 1561: An Introduction to the Art of Theatre

PHILOSOPHY & LITERATURE

ENG 2510: American Literature Before the Civil War
ENG 2520: American Literature Since the Civil War
ENG 2530: World Literature I
ENG 2540: World Literature II
ENG 2550: British Literature I
ENG 2560: British Literature II
ENG 2770: Contemporary Literature
ENG 2720: Adv. Non-Fiction Writing
ENG 2750: Introduction to Shakespeare
ENG 2760: Introduction to Shakespeare
HUM 2720: Bible
HUM 2900: Literature into Film
PHI 1510: Introduction to Philosophy
PHI 1520: History of Modern Philosophy
PHI 1610: Ethics

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES

HIS 1510: World Civilizations from the Beginning to the Modern Era
HIS 1550: Contemporary World
HIS 1700: Michigan History
HIS 2510: United States through the Civil War Era
HIS 2520: United States History from the Civil War Era to the Present
HIS 2610: African American History to 1877
HIS 2620: African American History from 1877

MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES:

CIS 2151: Object-Oriented Programming (Java)
CIS 2250: COBOL Software Development
CIS 2252: Object-Oriented Programming (C++)
CIS 2656: Visual Basic Programming
CIS 2757: C# Programming
MAT 1540: College Algebra
MAT 1560: Trigonometry
MAT 1580: Statistics
MAT 1600: Applied Calculus
MAT 1630: College Algebra and Trigonometry
MAT 1730: Calculus I
MAT 1740: Calculus II
MAT 2540: Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II
MAT 2740: Calculus III
MAT 2810: Differential Equations
MAT 2880: Linear Algebra
PHI 1710: Introduction to Informal Logic
PHI 2710: Introduction to Formal Logic

PHYSICAL SCIENCES

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

CHE 1000: Introductory Chemistry
CHE 1510: General Chemistry I
CHE 1520: General Chemistry II
CHE 2610: Organic Chemistry I
CHE 2620: Organic Chemistry II
GSC 1530: Introductory Geology
GSC 1580: Astronomy
GSC 1590: Cosmology
GSC 1620: Introduction to Environmental Geology
PHY 1610: College Physics I
PHY 1620: College Physics II
PHY 2400: Engineering Physics I
PHY 2500: Engineering Physics II
PHY 2520: Engineering Physics III
PSC 1560: Physical Science I

LIFE SCIENCES

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

ANT 1520: Anthropology - Physical
BIO 1320: Plant Sciences
BIO 1500: Environmental Science
BIO 1511: Life Science
BIO 1512: Biology of Global Health
BIO 1530: Principles of Biology
BIO 1560: Biology II: Biodiversity and Ecology
BIO 1570: Microbiology of Health and Disease
BIO 1600: Human Structue and Function
BIO 2540: General Zoology
BIO 2560: Principles of Genetics
BIO 2570: Molecular Biology of Cancer
BIO 2630: Human Anatomy and Physiology I
BIO 2640: Human Anatomy and Physiology II
BIO 2660: Pathophysiology
BIO 2710: Microbiology
BIO 2830: Biotechnology I; Introduction to Biotechnology
BIO 285: Biotechnology II: Mammalian Cell Culture
FSN 1500: Foundations of Natural and Life Sciences

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

ANT 1540: Anthropology - Cultural
ANT 2510: Comparative Studies in Cultural Anthropology
CRJ 1010: Introduction to Criminal Justice
ECO 2610: Economics I
ECO 2620: Economics II
GEO 1520: Regional Geography
GLS 2900-2920: Topics in Global Studies
POL 1510: American Government
POL 2520: Urban and State Politics
POL 2610: Comparative World Politics
PSY 1510: Applied Psychology
PSY 2510: Introduction to Psychology
PSY 2630: Psychology of Organizational Behavior
PSY 2710: Child Development
PSY 2730: Survey of the Exceptional child
PSY 2810: Psychology of Adjustment
PSY 2910: Abnormal Psychology
SOC 2510: Sociology
SOC 2520: Analysis of Social Problems
SOC 2550: Sociology of Aging
SOC 2560: Sociology of Sex Roles
SOC 2610: Introduction to Criminology

CULTURAL DESIGNATIONS

Students select one course from each of the cultural designations

WORLD PERSPECTIVES DESIGNATION

ANT 1540: Anthropology - Cultural
ANT 2750: Myth, Magic & Folk Religions
ARB 2620: Intermediate Arabic II
BUS 2150: Global Business
CHI 2620: Intermediate Chinese II
ENG 2530: World Literature I
ENG 254: World Literature II
FRE 2620: Intermediate French II
GEO 1520: Regional Geography
GER 2620: Intermediate German II
GLS 2900-2920: Topics in Global Studies
HIS 1520: World Civilizations from Modern Era
HUM 1710: World Religions
JPN 2620: Intermediate Japanese II
MUS 1585: World Music
POL 2610: Comparative World Politics
RUS 2620: Intermediate Russian II
SPA 2620: Intermediate Spanish II

US DIVERSITY DESIGNATION

ENG 1610: Women in Literature
HIS 2510: United States History to 1877
HIS 2520: United States History from 1877 to the Present
HIS 2610: African American History to 1877
SOC 2520: Analysis of Social Problems
SOC 2530: Racial and Ethnic Group Relations
SOC 2560: Sociology of Sex Roles

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