Cook Carillon Tower

Cook Carillon Tower

Containing 48 bells and measuring 100 feet to the top of its spire, the Cook Carillon Tower is the focal point of Grand Valley's Allendale Campus.

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Macomb Community College

General Education

NOTE: MACRAO WILL FULFILL THE BASIC SKILLS WRITING AND THE FOUNDATION CATEGORY

FOUNDATION CATEGORIES

Students must select one course from each category

WRITING

Choose one of the following:

ENGL 1220: Composition II
ENGL 1190: Communications II

THE ARTS

ARTT 1610: Elements of Art
ARTT 2610: Art of the Western World I
ARTT 2620: Art of the Western World 2
HUMN 1210: Introduction to the Arts
HUMN 1270: Rock Music: A Cultural Perspective
HUMN 1300: Theater Arts
HUMN 1460: The Film as Art
HUMN 1472: Selected Studies in Film: The Western
HUMN 1473: Selected Studies in Film: Gangsters
HUMN 1474: Selected Studies in Film: Vietnam on Film
HUMN 1476: Selected Studies in Film: Science Fiction
MUSC 1030: Music Appreciation
MUSC 1060: Theory I
MUSC 2710: Music History & Literature to 1750
MUSC 2720: Music History & Literature since 1750

PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE

ENGL 1730: Contemporary American Literature
ENGL 2510: British Literature to 1760
ENGL 2520: British Literature from 1760 to Present
ENGL 2600: Introduction to Poetry
ENGL 2610: Introduction to the Novel & Short Fiction
ENGL 2710: American Literature: Colonial to 1865
ENGL 2720: American Literature, 1865-1920
ENGL 2730: American Literature, 1920 - Present
ENGL 2800: World Literature to 1400
ENGL 2810: World Literature from 1400
ENGL 2850: Shakespeare Survey
HUMN 1479: Selected Studies in Film: Shakespeare through Film
HUMN 1750: Introduction to Mythology
PHIL 2010: Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 2100: Introduction to Ethics

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES

HIST 1260: Women in European History to 145
HIST 1270: Women in European History 1450 - 1848
HIST 1400: History Goes to the Movies
HIST 1500: Western Civilization to 1648
HIST 1600: Western Civilization Since 1648
HIST 2000: History of Invention & Technology in America
HIST 2100: History of the US, 1865 to Present
HIST 2200: History of the US, 1607-1865
HIST 2330: History of American Movies 1896 - 1950
HIST 2340: Cultural History: American Architecture 1630 - 2000
HIST 2360: The Changing America, 1945 to the Present
HIST 2370: Vietnam Wars - An International History, 1945 - Present
HIST 2390: The History of Michigan
HIST 2520: Asia in the Modern World
HIST 2650: Middle East Since 1945

MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

ITCS 1230: VISUAL BASIC
ITCS 2220: Advanced Visual Basic
ITCS 2530: C++ Programming
ITCS 2550: C++ Programming 2
MATH 1280: Mathematics for Education I
MATH 1290: Mathematics for Education II
MATH 1340: Statistics
MATH 1360: Finite Math I
MATH 1370: Calculus for Business and Social Sciences
MATH 1410: College Algebra
MATH 1430: College Trigonometry
MATH 1760: Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
MATH 1770: Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
MATH 2760: Analytic Geometry and Calculus III
MATH 2770: Differential Equations
PHIL 2200: Introduction to Logic

PHYSICAL SCIENCES

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

ASTR 1030+1040: General Astronomy I + II
CHEM 1050: General Chemistry I
CHEM 1060: General Chemistry II
CHEM 1170: Principles of Chemistry I
CHEM 1180: Principles of Chemistry II
CHEM 2260 + 2270 + 2280 + : Organic Chemistry I & II + Lab
GEOL 1080: Geology of Michigan
GEOL 1140: Physical Geology
GEOL 1150: Historical Geology
NATS 1210: Earth Science
PHYS 1180: College Physics I
PHYS 11900: College Physics II
PHYS 2220: Analytical Physics I
PHYS 2230: Analytical Physics II

LIFE SCIENCES

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

BIOL 1000: General Biology I
BIOL 1010: General Biology II
BIOL 1400: Fundamentals of Nutrition
BIOL 2400: General Microbiology
BIOL 2710: Human Physiological Anatomy
BIOL 2730: Pathogenic Microbiology
ENVS 1050: Environmental Science
NATS 1310: Environmental Science

SOCIAL SCIENCES (SELECT TWO COURSES FROM DIFFERENT DISCIPLINES)

ANTH 1000: Introduction to Anthropology
ANTH 2220: Introduction to Archaeology
ECON 1160: Principles of Economics I
ECON 1170: Principles of Economics II
GEOG 1100: Principles of Geography
GEOG 2000: World Regional Geography
INTL 2000: Introduction to Latin America
INTL 2010: Introduction to Russia & Eastern Europe
INTL 2300: Introduction to Japan
INTL 2500: Introduction to Chinese Civilization
INTL 2700: Introduction to Africa
LAWE 1100: Criminal Justice
POLS 1000: Introduction to American Politics
POLS 1101: Politics in Film, Music & Art: Contemporary Political Issues
POLS 1104: The Media & American Politics - Contemporary Political Issues
POLS 1200: Local & State Government
PSYC 1010: Introductory Psychology
PSYC 2210: Child Growth & Development
PSYC 2220: Psychology of Adolescence
PSYC 2300: Psychology of Adjustment
PSYC 2310: Educational Psychology
PSYC 2400: Industrial - Organizational Psychology
PSYC 2500: Human Sexuality
PSYC 2550: Psychology of Gender
PSYC 2600: Social Psychology
PSYC 2700: Psychology of Health - Mind & Body Interaction
PSYC 2750: Brain & Behavior
PSYC 2760: Neuropsychology
PSYC 2800: Abnormal Psychology
SOCY 1010: Principles of Sociology
SOCY 1100: Modern Social Problems
SOCY 1210: Introduction to Social Work
SOCY 2121: Sociology of Aging
SOCY 2550: Race & Ethnic Relations
SOSC 1010: Introduction to the Social Science
SOSC 2010: Introduction to International Relations

CULTURAL DESIGNATIONS

Students must select one course from each category

WORLD PERSPECTIVES DESIGNATION

ANTH 1000: Introduction to Anthropology
BUSN 2100: International Business
ENGL 2800: World Literature to 1400
ENGL 28100: World Literature from 1400
FREN 2370: Intermediate French II
GEOG 2000: World Regional Geography
GRMN 2370: Intermediate German II
HIST 2520: Asia in the Modern World
HIST 2650: Middle East Since 1945
HUMN 1700: Comparative Religions
HUMN 1750: Introduction to Mythology
INTL 2000: Introduction to Latin America
INTL 2300: Introduction to Japan
INTL 2500: Introduction to Chinese Civilization
ITAL 2370: Intermediate Italian II
POLS 1900: Comparative Systems: USA
POLS 1950: Comparative Systems: Germany
SPAN 2370: Intermediate Spanish II

US DIVERSITY DESIGNATION

SOCY 1100: Modern Social Problems
SOCY 2450: Marriage and the Family
SOCY 2550: Race & Ethnic Relations

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