Aurora Grajeda

Aurora Grajeda

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Wayne County Community College

General Education

FOUNDATION CATEGORIES

Students must select one course from each category

WRITING

ENG 120: English II

THE ARTS

HUM 101: Introduction to the Visual Arts
HUM 126: Foundations of African-American Art
HUM 212: Music History
HUM 221: Art Appreciation
HUM 141: Introduction to the Theatre
HUM 211: Music Appreciation
HUM 222: Art History
HUM 231: Introduction to Film
HUM 232: Film History
MUS 100: Introduction to Fundamentals of Music
MUS 101: Fundamentals of Music I
MUS 121: History of Jazz I

PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE

ENG 212: Women in Literature
ENG 240: Introduction to Shakespeare
ENG 250: American Literature, 1800 to Present
ENG 252: English Literature Across the Centuries
ENG 266: African-Caribbean Literature
ENG 290: Spanish-American Literature
ENG 292: Latino Literature: The Past Decade
PHL 101: Comparative Religions I
PHL 201: Introduction to Philosophy
PHL 221: Ethics

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES

AAS 150: African-American People in Michigan History
HIS 151: World Civilization I: Prehistory to 1650
HIS 152: World Civilization II: 1650 to Present
HIS 220: History of Michigan
HIS 230: Patterns of American Life: A Cultural History
HIS 249: History of the United States I: 1607-1865
HIS 250: History of the United States II: 1856 to Present
HIS 255: History of American Labor
MWS 103: Muslim World Historical Survey

MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

CIS 203: Visual Basic Programming Language
CIS 207: Java Programming Language
CIS 209: C Programming Language
CIS 223: Cobol I
CIS 259: C++ Orientated Programming Language
MAT 128: Math for Elementary Teachers I
MAT 129: Math for Elementary Teachers II
MAT 131: Descriptive Statistics
MAT 155: College Algebra
MAT 156: Precalculus
MAT 171: Calculus I
MAT 172: Calculus II
MAT 271: Calculus III
MAT 272: Linear Algebra
MAT 273: Differential Equations
PHL 211: Introduction to Logic

PHYSICAL SCIENCES

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

AST 101: Astronomy I: New solar System
CHM 105: Introduction to Chemistry
CHM 136: General Chemistry I
CHM 145 : General Chemistry II
CHM 155: Survey Organic & Biochemistry
CHM 250: Organic Chemistry I
CHM 252: Organic Chemistry II
GIT 101: Principles of Thermogeology
PHY 235: General Physics I
PHY 245: General Physics II
PHY 265: Physics for Scientists and Engineers I
PHY 275: Physics for Scientists and Engineers II
PSC 110: Physical Science

LIFE SCIENCES

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

ANT 153: Introduction to Physical Anthropology
BIO 125: Biology for Non-Science Majors
BIO 151: Human Ecology
BIO 155: Introductory Biology
BIO 165: Botany
BIO 175: Zoology
BIO 240: Human Anatomy & Physiology I
BIO 250: Human Anatomy & Physiology II
BIO 295: Microbiology
ENR 101: Introductory Environmental & Natural Resources

SOCIAL SCIENCES (SELECT TWO COURSES FROM DIFFERENT DISCIPLINES)

AAS 120: Sociology & the African-American Community
AAS 131: American Government & African-American Struggle
AAS 140: The Psychology of the African-American Experience
ANT 152: Introduction to General Anthropology
ANT 154: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
CJS 100: Introduction to Criminal Justice
ECO 101: Principles of Economics I
ECO 102: Principles of Economics II
ECO 232: Consumers Economics
ECO 272: Money & Banking
GEO 202: World Regional Geography
GER 110: Introduction to the Study of Aging
PS 235: State & Local Government
PSY 101: Introductory Psychology
PSY 220: Child Growth & Development
PSY 230: Psychology of Adjustment
PSY 250: Psychology of Personality
PSY 260: Social Psychology
PSY 265: Intimate Relationships
SOC 100: Sociology
SOC 103: Social Problems
SOC 104: American Studies
SOC 225: Sociology of Work
SOC 250: Juvenile Delinquency

CULTURAL DESIGNATIONS

Students must select one course from each category

WORLD PERSPECTIVES DESIGNATION

ANT 152: Introduction to General Anthropology
ANT 154: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ENG 228: Introduction to Folklore and Mythology
ENG 266: African-Caribbean Literature
FRE 202: Intermediate French II
GEOG 202: World Regional Geography
HIS 152: World Civilization II
MWS 101: Muslim World Ideologies and Culture
MWS 102: Muslim World Civilization
MWS 103: Muslim World Historical Survey
PHL 101: Comparative Religions I
PHL 102: Comparative Religions II
SPA 202: Intermediate Spanish II

US DIVERSITY DESIGNATION

AAS 120: Sociology & the African-American Community
AAS 131: American Government & African-American Struggle
AAS 140: The Psychology of the African-American Experience
ANT 201: Urban Life & Culture
HIS 249: U.S. History I; 1607 - 1865
HIS 250: History of the United States II: 1865 to Present
HIS 261: African-American History I
HUM 126: Foundations of African-American Art
MWS 114: Islam in America
SOC 103: Social Problems
SOC 230: Ethnic Minorities
SOC 245: Marriage & Family

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