Rebeca  Castellanos, Ph.D.

Rebeca Castellanos, Ph.D.

"The university has a goal to provide excellent education for our students, and also there are expectations for us faculty to improve. I like that. That can only have good results." - Rebeca Castellanos, Modern Languages and Literatures Department Read More

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St. Clair County Community College

General Education

FOUNDATION CATEGORIES

Students must select one course from each category

WRITING

ENG 102: English Composition II
ENG 102H : Honors English Composition II

THE ARTS

ART 120: Art Appreciation
ART 121: Art of the Western World I
ART 122: Art of the Western World II
ENG 255: Introduction to Film
MUS 106: Music Appreciation
MUS 231: History of Music
THA 101: Fundamentals of Theater

PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE

ENG 205: Introduction to Fiction
ENG 206: Introduction to the Drama
ENG 207: Introduction to Poetry
ENG 208: Introduction to Mythology
ENG 210: English Literature I
ENG 211: English Literature II
ENG 212: Shakespeare's Comedies, Tragedies & History Plays
ENG 220: American Literature I
ENG 221: American Literature II
ENG 225: African American Literature
ENG 230: World Literature I
ENG 231: World Literature II
ENG 243: Modern Short Story
ENG 244: Modern Drama
ENG 245: The Modern Novel
PHL 210: Introduction to Philosophy
PHL 213: Ethics

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES

HIS 101: History of Western Civilization to 1715
HIS 101H: Honors History of Western Civilization to 1715
HIS 102: History of Western Civilization Since 1715
HIS 102H: Honors History of Western Civilization Since 1715
HIS 149: History of the US, 1607 - 1876
HIS 150: History of the US - 1877 to Present
HIS 175: History of Michigan
HIS 233: African-American History
HIS 280: History of World Communism
HIS 297: Women in Modern America

MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

CIS 260: Computer Programming I
CIS 264: C++ Programming
CIS 275: Visual Basic Programming
GEO 210: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
MTH 105: Foundation of Math I
MTH 106: Foundations of Math II for Elementary Education
MTH 111: Plane Trigonometry
MTH 113: Pre-Calculus Mathematics
MTH 114: Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
MTH 120: Introduction to Statistics
MTH 205: Technical Math/Applied Calculus & Analytic Geometry
MTH 210: Linear Algebra
MTH 215: Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
MTH 216: Analytic Geometry and Calculus III
MTH 217: Differential Equations
PHL 215: Introduction to Logic

PHYSICAL SCIENCES

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

AST 104 + 106: Astronomy of the Solar System + Lab
CHM 101: Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry
CHM 102: Introduction to Organic & Biochemistry
CHM 111: Chemistry Theory & Principles with Analysis
CHM 112: Chemistry Theory & Principles with Analysis
CHM 215: Organic Chemistry I
CHM 216: Organic Chemistry II
GEO 101: Earth Science
GEO 105: Introduction to Meteorology
GLG 101: Physical Geology
GLG 102: Historical Geology
GLG 220: Paleontoloty
PHS 101: Foundations of the Physical Sciences
PHY 110: Introduction to Physics
PHY 121: College Physics I
PHY 122: College Physics II
PHY 221: Mechanics, Heat and Sound
PHY 222: Electricity, Light and Modern Physics
PHY 231: Statics
PHY 232: Introduction to Electric Circuits

LIFE SCIENCES

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

BIO 100: Contemporary Biology
BIO 160: Anatomy & Physiology for Health Care Professionals
BIO 170: Human Physiology
BIO 200 + 250: General Botany + Zoology
BIO 205: Medical Microbiology
BIO 206: Microbiology
BIO 270: Environmental Issues
BIO 280: Pathophysiology
HE 141: Personal Health

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

ANT 171: Introduction to Anthropology
BUS 221: Principles of Economics I
BUS 221H: Honors Principles of Economics I
BUS 222: Principles of Economics II
BUS 222H: Honors Principles of Economics II
CJ 101: Introduction to Criminal Justice
GEO 102: Human Geography
PS 101: Introduction to Political Science
PS 101H: Honors Introduction to Political Science
PS 210: National Policies
PS 220: State and Local Government
PSY 180: Introduction to Psychology
PSY 200: Social Psychology
PSY 210: Child Psychology
PSY 215: Adolescent Psychology
PSY 240: The Psychology of Adjustment and Mental Health
PSY 260: Abnormal Psychology
PSY 270: Psychology of Women
PSY 275: Psychology of Men
PSY 280: Human Sexuality
SOC 101: Principles of Sociology
SOC 101H: Honors Principles of Sociology
SOC 110: Social Problems
SOC 170: Sociology of Aging
SOC 200: Social Psychology
SOC 201: Minority Relations
SOC 211: Criminology

CULTURAL DESIGNATIONS

Students must select one course from each category

WORLD PERSPECTIVES DESIGNATION

ANT 171: Introduction to Anthropology
ENG 208: Introduction to Mythology
ENG 230: World Literature I
FR 204: Intermediate French II
GEO 233: World Regional Geography
GR 204: Intermediate German II
HIS 102: History of Western Civilization Since 1715
HIS 102H: Honors History of Western Civilization Since 1715
HIS 280: History of World Communism
SP 204: Intermediate Spanish II

US DIVERSITY DESIGNATION

ENG 225: African American Literature
ENG 236: Women in Literature
HIS 149: History of the U.S., 1697- 1876
HIS 150: History of the U.S., 1877 to Present
HIS 233: African-American History
HIS 297: Women in Modern History
SOC 110: Social Problems
SOC 160: Marriage and Family
SOC 201: Minority Relations

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