LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE

                           CURRICULAR GUIDE

                       ASSOCIATE IN ARTS DEGREE

                  (Effective Fall 2002 - Summer 2007)

This is primarily a transfer degree.  It is designed for students who
intend to transfer to a four-year college or university to pursue a
baccalaureate degree in such disciplines or subject areas as the
following:

     Pre-Accounting                  Humanities
     African American History        International Studies
     American Studies                Liberal Arts
     Art History                     Literature
     Pre-Business                    Philosophy
     Criminal Justice                Political Science
     Pre-Economics                   Psychology
     Elementary Education            Religion
     Fine Arts                       Secondary Education
     Foreign Language                Social Science
     Geography                       Sociology
     History                         Speech Communication

The specific requirements for this degree are presented below.  A
minimum of 60 credits is required.  This degree guide consists of
General Education Requirements and a Subject Area Concentration which
may include Limited Choice Electives.  The curriculum is structured to
enable students to satisfy the LCC General Education Core
Requirements, as well as the MACRAO Transfer Agreement between two-
year and four-year institutions in Michigan.

Students should see Course Descriptions or Course Offerings for course
prerequisite information.  See the Assessment and Placement Testing
section for skills assessment and advising information.

>NOTE:  Students should be aware that general education and subject
area requirements vary from one college or university to another. 
Prior to beginning this curriculum, students should see an academic
advisor or counselor in the Counseling and Advising Center (Suite
2300, Gannon (GVT) Building, telephone number (517) 483-1904), obtain
an appropriate transfer guide (also in the Counseling and Advising
Center), and/or contact the school to which they will transfer for
specific transfer institution requirements.  (See Transfer
Opportunities for a list of institutions for which transfer guides are
available.)

In addition, students may request specific course substitutions by
submitting a Course Substitution and Waiver Authorization for Degree
Screening Form to the Liberal Studies Office of Instruction, Room 111,
Arts and Sciences Building.

>I.   GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS                 Minimum 35 credits

     By following the directions in this section and earning at least
     a 2.0 in each course, students will automatically be able to
     satisfy the following general education requirements:

     1.   The MACRAO Transfer Agreement.  (See Transfer Opportunities
          for a list of institutions for which transfer guides are
          available.)
     2.   Additional General Education Requirements established
          specifically for this Associate in Arts Degree.
     3.   Lansing Community College General Education Core
          Requirements in the areas of mathematics, global
          perspectives and diversity,writing, science and technology,
          and speech communication. (See the General Education Core
          Requirements section for information on how to fulfill these
          requirements.)




LCC Core Education            A.S. General Education Courses      
Requirements                  that also satisfy Core
                              Appropriate courses are preceded 
                              by an asterisk(*)
To satisfy:                   See:
Mathematics (3-4 credits)     Category 2 C (Science and
                              Mathematics) or See page 23

Global Perspective and        Category 3 (Social Science)
Diversity (3-4 credits)       OR Category 4 (Humanities)

Science and Technology        Category 2 A or B (Science
(3-5 credits)                 and Mathematics)

Speech Communication          Category 5 (Speech 
(3 credits)                   Communication)

Writing (3-4 credits)         Category 1 (English
                              Composition)
1. English Composition 8 credits Complete one course from the following: *WRIT 121 (4) or *WRIT 131 (4) AND Complete one course from the following: *WRIT 122 (4) *ENGL 122 (4) *WRIT 132 (4) *ENGL 132 (4) OR If WRIT 121 is waived, select ENGL 122 or WRIT 122, AND a second WRIT or ENGL course with a number of 200 or higher. * Indicates Core course. See Chart above. 2. Science and Mathematics Minimum of 8 credits A minimum of 8 credits must be chosen from two of the three groups below (A, B, and C). A. Physical Science *ASTR 201 (4) GEOL 222 (4) *METR 220 (4) *CHEM 135 (4) GEOL 230 (4) PHYS 201 & 225 (5) *CHEM 151 & 161 (5) *ISCI 121 (4) *PHYS 215 & 225 (6) GEOL 221 (4) *ISCI 131 (4) B. Biological Science BIOL 120 (4) BIOL 201 (4) BIOL 260 (4) BIOL 121 (4) *BIOL 202 (4) BIOL 265 (4) BIOL 127 (4) BIOL 203 & 204(4) ISCI 122 (4) BIOL 128 (4) *BIOL 210 (4) PFHW 123 (3) BIOL 145 (4) C. Mathematics and Statistics *MATH 121 (4) *MATH 130 (4) *MATH 201 (3) *MATH 122 (3) *MATH 141 (3) STAT 170 (3) *MATH 126 (5) *MATH 151 (4) STAT 215 (4) MATH 128 (3) *MATH 152 (4) * Indicates Core course. See Chart above. NOTE: MACRAO requires a minimum of one laboratory Science. 3. Social Science Minimum of 8 credits Complete one course in Political Science from the following: POLS 120 (4) or POLS 121 (4) Complete 4-6 credits from the following: ANTH 270 (3) GEOG 200 (4) PSYC 205 (3) ECON 120 (4) *POLS 260 (3) PSYC 250 (3) ECON 201 (3) PSYC 200 (4) *SOCL 120 (4) ECON 202 (3) PSYC 202 (3) SOCL 255 (3) GEOG 120 (3) PSYC 203 (3) * Indicates Core course. See Chart above. 4. Humanities 8 credits Complete one of the following combinations: HIST 211(4) and 212(4) or 214(4) *ENGL 211(4) and *212(4) *HUMS 211(4) and *212(4) *PHIL 211(4) and *212(4) *HUMS 213(4) and *214(4) RELG 211(4) and 212(4) -OR- Complete eight credits (8 credits) from the list below in two different areas. Art History: HUMS 120(4), *211(4), *212(4) History: HIST 150(4), 210(4), 211(4), 212(4), 214(4), 220(4),230(4), 240(4), 250(4), 260(4) Humanities: HUMS 140(4), HUMS 160(4), *213(4), *214(4), 215(4) Literature: ENGL 201(4), 202(4), 203(4), 208(4), *211(4), *212(4), 255(4),256(4), 260(4), 266(4), 267(4), 270(4), 290(4) Performing Arts: MUSC 199(2), 240(4), 241(4); THEA 210(4) Philosophy: PHIL 151(4), 152(4), 153(4), *211(4), *212(4), 260(4) Religion: RELG 211(4), 212(4), 241(4), 242(4), 250(4) *Indicates Core course. See Chart above. 5. Communication 3-4 credits Foreign Language: FREN 121(4), 122(4), 201(4), 202(4), GRMN 121(4), 122(4), 201(4), 202(4), JAPN 121(4), 122(4), SPAN 121(4) 122(4), 201(4), 202(4) Sign Language: SIGN 161(3) Speech: SPCH *120(3), 130(3) * Indicates Core course. See Chart above. II. SUBJECT AREA CONCENTRATIONS AND LIMITED CHOICE ELECTIVES Minimum of 25 credits The following Subject Area Concentrations list the remaining required and recommended courses that will apply toward an Associate in Arts Degree. Some concentrations also contain Limited Choice Electives which are presented at the end of this section. Courses should be selected in consultation with an academic advisor or counselor to determine their transferability to a specific four-year school. Credits for each course have been indicated in parentheses. PRE-ACCOUNTING Curriculum Code: 0254 1. Complete ECON 201 and ECON 202 to satisfy part of the Social Science General Education Requirements. 2. Complete the following required courses (15 credits): ACCG 210 Principles of Accounting I (4) ACCG 211 Principles of Accounting II (4) MATH 141 Calculus with Applications (3) STAT 215 Intro to Probability and Stats (4) 3. Complete one of the following (3 credits): CISB 100 Intro Computer Info Systems (3) CPSC 120 Introduction to Computers (3) 4. Complete one of the following (3-4 credits): MATH 122 College Algebra II and Trig (3) MATH 130 Finite Mathematics (4) 5. Complete a minimum of 4 credits from the list of Limited Choice Electives at the end of this section. AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY Curriculum Code: 0137 1. Complete courses other than HIST 211, HIST 212, and HIST 214 to satisfy the Humanities General Education Requirement. 2. Complete the following required courses (20 credits): HIST 150 African-American History (4) HIST 211 U.S. History to 1877 (4) HIST 212 U.S. History: 1877 to Present (4) HIST 214 African History (4) HIST 260 Conflict & Revolu Southrn Africa (4) 3. Complete a minimum of 7 credits from the following: ENGL 260 African-American Literature (4) SOCL 255 Contemporary Social Problems (3) Any foreign language with course numbers 121, 122, 201, or 202 (4) AMERICAN STUDIES Curriculum Code: 0142 1. Complete courses other than HIST 211, HIST 212, and HIST 214 to satisfy the Humanities General Education Requirement. 2. Complete the following required courses (20 credits): ENGL 255 American Literature I (4) ENGL 256 American Literature II (4) HIST 211 U.S. History to 1877 (4) HIST 212 U.S. History: 1877 to Present (4) HUMS 215 American Civilization (4) 3. Complete a minimum of 8 credits from the following: ENGL 260 African-American Literature (4) HIST 150 African-American History (4) HIST 220 Michigan History (4) POLS 120 American Political System (4) ART HISTORY Curriculum Code: 0746 1. Complete HIST 211 or HUMS 213 and complete HIST 212, HIST 214 or HUMS 214 to satisfy the Humanities General Education Requirement. 2. Complete the following required courses (20 credits): HUMS 160 Mythology (4) HUMS 211 History of Art I (4) HUMS 212 History of Art II (4) RELG 211 World Religions I (4) RELG 212 World Religions II (4) 3. Complete a minimum of 8 credits from the following: ENGL 211 World Literature I (4) ENGL 212 World Literature II (4) HUMS 120 Western Art and Music History (4) Any foreign language with course numbers 121, 122, 201, or 202 (4) PRE-BUSINESS Curriculum Code: 0232 1. Complete ECON 201 and ECON 202 in addition to POLS 120 or POLS 121 to satisfy the Social Science General Education Requirement. 2. Complete the following required courses (11 credits): ACCG 210 Principles of Accounting I (4) ACCG 211 Principles of Accounting II (4) BUSN 118 Introduction to Business (3) 3. Complete one of the following (3 credits): CISB 100 Intro Computer Info Systems (3) CPSC 120 Introduction to Computers (3) 4. Complete a minimum of 6 credits from the following: ECON 213 U.S. Economic/Business History (3) MATH 141 Calculus with Applications (3) MATH 151 Calculus I (4) PSYC 200 Introduction to Psychology (4) SOCL 120 Introduction to Sociology (4) STAT 170 Introduction to Statistics (3) STAT 215 Intro to Probability and Stats (4) 5. Complete a minimum of 5-6 credits from the list of Limited Choice Electives at the end of this section. CRIMINAL JUSTICE Curriculum Code: 0146 1. Complete the following required courses (15 credits): CJUS 101 Intro to Criminal Justice (3) CJUS 102 Crime Causes and Conditions (3) CJUS 103 Criminal Law (3) CJUS 106 Intro to Juvenile Justice (3) CJUS 131 Introduction to Corrections (3) 2. Complete a minimum of 10 credits from the following: CJUS 255 Human Relations/Criminal Just (3) PSYC 200 Introduction to Psychology (4) PSYC 202 Psychology of Personality (3) PSYC 203 Social Psychology (3) PSYC 205 Human Growth and Development (3) PSYC 250 Abnormal Psychology (3) SOCL 120 Introduction to Sociology (4) SOCL 255 Contemporary Social Problems (3) SOCL 260 Minority Groups (3) PRE-ECONOMICS Curriculum Code: 0230 1. Complete ECON 201 and ECON 202 to satisfy part of the Social Science General Education Requirements. 2. Complete MATH 121 to satisfy part of the Science and Mathematics General Education Requirements. 3. Complete the following required courses (6 credits): CPSC 120 Introduction to Computers (3) MATH 122 College Algebra II and Trig (3) 4. Complete a minimum of 17 credits from the following: ACCG 210 Principles of Accounting I (4) ACCG 211 Principles of Accounting II (4) ECON 213 U.S. Economic/Business History (3) ECON 260 Comparative Economic Systems (3) MATH 141 Calculus with Applications (3) MATH 151 Calculus I (4) MATH 152 Calculus II (4) MATH 253 Calculus III (4) MATH 254 Intro: Differential Equations (3) MATH 260 Linear Algebra (3) PSYC 200 Introduction to Psychology (4) SOCL 120 Introduction to Sociology (4) STAT 215 Intro to Probability and Stats (4) Any foreign language with course numbers 121, 122, 201, or 202 (4) A second science course so that you complete both a biological science and a physical science (4-6) ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Curriculum Code: 0747 1. Complete POLS 120 and SOCL 120 to satisfy the Social Science General Education Requirement. 2. Complete the following required courses (17 credits): ARTS 240 Art for Elementary Teachers (3) EDUC 201 Teacher Education Practicum (2) EDUC 220 Introduction to Education (3) MATH 201 Math for Elemen Teachers I (3) MUSC 200 Music Fund for Elemen Teachers (3) PSYC 204 Educational Psychology (3) 3. Complete 8-10 credits from the following list: ANTH 270 Cultural Anthropology (3) BIOL 229 Nature Studies for Educators (4) EDUC 230 Intro to Special Education (3) ENGL 208 Children's Literature (4) ENGL 220 Science Fiction (4) ENGL 255 American Literature I (4) ENGL 256 American Literature II (4) ENGL 267 British Literature II (4) GEOG 121 Physical Geography (3) GEOG 200 World Regional Geography (4) MATH 202 Math for Elemen Teachers II(3) PSYC 200 Introduction to Psychology (4) PSYC 205 Human Growth and Development (3) PSYC 221 Child Psychology (3) SOCL 260 Minority Groups (3) FINE ARTS Curriculum Code: 0748 1. Complete HUMS 211 and HUMS 212 to satisfy the Humanities General Education Requirement. 2. Complete the following required courses (12 credits): ARTS 102 2-Dimensional Design (3) ARTS 103 3-Dimensional Design (3) ARTS 131 Drawing I (3) ARTS 132 Figure Drawing (3) 3. Complete 8 credits from the following: ARTS 140 Printmaking I (4) ARTS 141 Printmaking II (4) ARTS 145 Screen Printing I (4) ARTS 146 Screen Printing II (4) ARTS 200 Painting I (4) ARTS 201 Painting II (4) ARTS 204 Watercolor I (4) ARTS 205 Watercolor II (4) 4. Complete a minimum of 7 credits from the list of Limited Choice Electives at the end of this section. FOREIGN LANGUAGE Curriculum Code: 0132 1. Complete the following required course (3 credits): SPCH 280 Intercultural Communication (3) 2. Complete one of the following four choices (A, B, C, D) (16 credits): A. FREN 121 Elementary French I (4) FREN 122 Elementary French II (4) FREN 201 Intermediate French I (4) FREN 202 Intermediate French II (4) B. GRMN 121 Elementary German I (4) GRMN 122 Elementary German II (4) GRMN 201 Intermediate German I (4) GRMN 202 Intermediate German II (4) C. JAPN 121 Elementary Japanese I (4) JAPN 122 Elementary Japanese II (4) JAPN 201 Intermediate Japanese I (4) JAPN 202 Intermediate Japanese II (4) D. SPAN 121 Elementary Spanish I (4) SPAN 122 Elementary Spanish II (4) SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish I (4) SPAN 202 Intermediate Spanish II (4) 3. Complete a minimum of 8 credits of any foreign language with course numbers 121, 122, 201, or 202 other than those chosen as the major language of concentration from the choices in Number 2 above. GEOGRAPHY Curriculum Code: 0749 1. Complete GEOG 200 to satisfy part of the Social Science General Education Requirement. 2. Complete the following required courses (9 credits): GEOG 120 Introduction to Geography (3) GEOG 121 Physical Geography (3) GEOG 202 Geography of North America (3) 3. Complete a minimum of 16 credits from the following: ANTH 270 Cultural Anthropology (3) ECON 120 Power, Authority and Exchange (4) ECON 260 Comparative Economic Systems (3) GEOG 203 Economic Geography (3) GRET 205 Principles Geographic Info Sys (3) METR 220 Introduction to Meteorology (4) POLS 260 Comparative Political Systems (3) POLS 270 International Relations (3) SOCL 120 Introduction to Sociology (4) STAT 170 Introduction to Statistics (3) Any foreign language with course numbers 121, 122, 201, or 202 (4) HISTORY Curriculum Code: 0197 1. Complete courses other than HIST 211, HIST 212, and HIST 214 to satisfy the Humanities General Education Requirement. 2. Complete the following required courses (12 credits): HIST 211 U.S. History to 1877 (4) HIST 212 U.S. History: 1877 to Present (4) HIST 214 African History (4) 3. Complete a minimum of 16 credits from the following: ENGL 255 American Literature I (4) ENGL 256 American Literature II (4) HIST 150 African-American History (4) HIST 210 Studies in American History (4) HIST 220 Michigan History (4) HIST 230 British History (4) HIST 260 Conflict & Revolu Southrn Africa (4) RELG 250 Religions of East Asia (4) HUMANITIES Curriculum Code: 0119 1. Complete courses other than HUMS 213 and HUMS 214 to satisfy the Humanities General Education Requirement. 2. Complete the following required courses (8 credits): HUMS 213 World Civilizations I (4) HUMS 214 World Civilizations II (4) 3. Complete a minimum of 20 credits from the following: ENGL 201 Introduction to Poetry (4) ENGL 202 Introduction to Drama (4) ENGL 203 Introduction to Prose (4) ENGL 211 World Literature I (4) ENGL 212 World Literature II (4) ENGL 255 American Literature I (4) ENGL 256 American Literature II (4) HIST 211 U.S. History to 1877 (4) HIST 212 U.S. History: 1877 to Present (4) HUMS 120 Western Art and Music History (4) HUMS 160 Mythology (4) HUMS 211 History of Art I (4) HUMS 212 History of Art II (4) PHIL 151 Intro: Logic & Critical Think (4) PHIL 152 Introduction to Ethics (4) PHIL 153 Knowledge and Reality (4) PHIL 211 World Philosophies I (4) PHIL 212 World Philosophies II (4) RELG 211 World Religions I (4) RELG 212 World Religions II (4) INTERNATIONAL STUDIES Curriculum Code: 0252 1. Complete GEOG 200 and POLS 120 to satisfy the Social Science General Education Requirement. 2. Complete HUMS 213 and HUMS 214 to satisfy the Humanities General Education Requirement and the Global Diversity Core Requirement. 3. Complete one of the following (3 credits): POLS 260 Comparative Political Systems (3) POLS 270 International Relations (3) 4. Complete 8 credits of any foreign language with course numbers 121, 122, 201, or 202. 5. Complete a minimum of 14 credits from the following: ANTH 270 Cultural Anthropology (3) ANTH 271 Medical Anthropology (3) ECON 120 Power, Authority and Exchange (4) ECON 201 Principles of Economics-Micro (3) ECON 202 Principles of Economics-Macro (3) ECON 260 Comparative Economic Systems (3) ENGL 211 World Literature I (4) ENGL 212 World Literature II (4) GEOG 203 Economic Geography (3) HIST 214 African History (4) HIST 230 British History (4) PHIL 211 World Philosophies I (4) PHIL 212 World Philosophies II (4) POLS 280 Politics & Government of Japan (3) PSYC 200 Introduction to Psychology (4) RELG 211 World Religions I (4) RELG 212 World Religions II (4) SOCL 120 Introduction to Sociology (4) SOCL 180 Intro to Latino Studies (3) SOCL 185 Intro to African-American Study (3) SOCL 260 Minority Groups (3) SOCL 280 Intro to Japanese Culture (3) LIBERAL ARTS Curriculum Code: 0251 Complete a minimum of 25 credits from the list of Limited Choice Electives at the end of this section. A maximum of 6 of those credits may come from any courses numbered 110 to 119 or with course codes ENRI, READ, or SPEL. The following courses are recommended choices. BIOL 210 Natural Resource Conservation (4) CHEM 135 Chemistry in Society (4) CPSC 120 Introduction to Computers (3) ENGL 256 American Literature II (4) MATH 128 Mathematics: A Practical Survey (3) PHIL 152 Introduction to Ethics (4) PSYC 200 Introduction to Psychology (4) SOCL 120 Introduction to Sociology (4) SPCH 280 Intercultural Communication (3) Any foreign language course with number 121, 122, 201, or 202 (4) LITERATURE Curriculum Code: 0124 1. Complete the following required courses (12 credits): ENGL 201 Introduction to Poetry (4) ENGL 202 Introduction to Drama (4) ENGL 203 Introduction to Prose (4) 2. Complete a minimum of 16 credits from one of the following choices (A,B): A. ENGL 208 Children's Literature (4) ENGL 255 American Literature I (4) ENGL 256 American Literature II (4) ENGL 260 African-American Literature (4) ENGL 266 British Literature I (4) ENGL 267 British Literature II (4) ENGL 290 Shakespeare (4) HUMS 160 Mythology (4) PHIL 151 Intro: Logic & Critical Think (4) RELG 241 Old Testament Literature (4) Any foreign language with course numbers 121,122,201,or 202(4) B. EDUC 201 Teacher Education Practicum (2) EDUC 220 Introduction to Education (3) ENGL 255 American Literature I (4) ENGL 256 American Literature II (4) PSYC 200 Introduction to Psychology (4) PSYC 204 Educational Psychology (3) PHILOSOPHY Curriculum Code: 0159 1. Complete courses other than PHIL 211 and PHIL 212 to satisfy the Humanities General Education Requirement. 2. Complete the following required courses (12 credits): PHIL 151 Intro: Logic & Critical Think (4) PHIL 211 World Philosophies I (4) PHIL 212 World Philosophies II (4) 3. Complete a minimum of 16 credits from the following: HUMS 120 Western Art and Music History (4) HUMS 213 World Civilizations I (4) (See Note 1) HUMS 214 World Civilizations II (4) (See Note 1) HUMS 225 Grt Lake Native Amer:Hist & Trad (4) PHIL 152 Introduction to Ethics (4) (See Note 2) PHIL 153 Knowledge and Reality (4) (See Note 2) PHIL 260 Contemporary Ethical Problems (4) RELG 250 Religions of East Asia (4) Any foreign language with course numbers 121, 122, 201, or 202 (4) NOTES 1. HUMS 213 and HUMS 214 may be used to fulfill the General Education Requirement if not already selected to fulfill the Humanities General Education Requirement listed in number 1 above. 2. Students may elect to take either PHIL 152 OR PHIL 153 but not both. POLITICAL SCIENCE Curriculum Code: 0750 1. Complete POLS 120 and SOCL 120 to satisfy the Social Science General Education Requirement. 2. Complete HIST 211 and 212 to satisfy the Humanities General Education Requirement. 3. Complete the following required courses (7 credits): POLS 121 State and Local Government (4) POLS 260 Comparative Political Systems (3) 4. Complete a total of 18 credits from A and B below: A. Complete 9-12 credits from the following: POLS 205 Government Internship (3) POLS 206 Advanced Government Internship (3) POLS 240 Introduction to Public Policy (3) POLS 250 US Political Parties/Elections (3) POLS 270 International Relations (3) POLS 280 Politics & Government of Japan (3) B. Complete 7-9 credits from the following: CPSC 120 Introduction to Computers (3) ECON 120 Power, Authority and Exchange (4) ECON 201 Principles of Economics-Micro (3) ECON 202 Principles of Economics-Macro (3) GEOG 200 World Regional Geography (4) SOCL 180 Intro to Latino Studies (3) SOCL 185 Intro to African-American Stdy (3) SOCL 255 Contemporary Social Problems (3) SOCL 260 Minority Groups (3) STAT 170 Introduction to Statistics (3) Any foreign language with course numbers 121, 122, 201, or 202 (4) PSYCHOLOGY Curriculum Code: 0215 1. Complete PSYC 200 to satisfy part of the Social Science General Education Requirement. 2. Complete a minimum of 25 credits from the following: A. Complete a minimum of 12 credits: PSYC 202 Psychology of Personality (3) PSYC 203 Social Psychology (3) PSYC 205 Human Growth and Development (3) PSYC 209 Cognitive Psychology (3) PSYC 210 Biological Psychology (3) PSYC 250 Abnormal Psychology (3) B. Complete a minimum of 13 credits: ANTH 270 Cultural Anthropology (3) ANTH 271 Medical Anthropology (3) ECON 201 Principles of Econ-Micro (3) POLS 240 Introduction to Public Policy (3) POLS 260 Comparative Political Systems (3) PSYC 175 Psych of Death: Prep for Living (3) PSYC 204 Educational Psychology (3) PSYC 221 Child Psychology (3) PSYC 222 Adolescent Psychology (3) PSYC 240 Psychology of Human Sexuality (3) SOCL 120 Introduction to Sociology (4) SOCL 254 Marriage and Family (3) SOCL 255 Contemporary Social Problems (3) SOCL 260 Minority Groups (3) Any foreign language with course numbers 121, 122, 201, or 202 (4) RELIGION Curriculum Code: 0751 1. Complete courses other than RELG 211 and RELG 212 to satisfy the Humanities General Education Requirement. 2. Complete the following required courses (8 credits): RELG 211 World Religions I (4) RELG 212 World Religions II (4) 3. Complete a minimum of 19-20 credits from the following: ANTH 270 Cultural Anthropology (3) PHIL 152 Introduction to Ethics (4) (See Note 1) PHIL 260 Contemporary Ethical Problems (4) (See Note 1) RELG 241 Old Testament Literature (4) RELG 242 New Testament Literature (4) RELG 250 Religions of East Asia (4) Any foreign language with course numbers 121, 122, 201, or 202 (4) NOTE 1. Students may elect to take either PHIL 152 OR PHIL 260 but not both. SECONDARY EDUCATION Curriculum Code: 0752 1. Complete POLS 120 and SOCL 120 to satisfy the Social Science General Education Requirement. 2. Complete the following required courses (15 credits): EDUC 201 Teacher Education Practicum (2) EDUC 220 Introduction to Education (3) PSYC 200 Introduction to Psychology (4) PSYC 205 Human Growth and Development (3) 3. Complete a minimum of 10 credits from the list of Limited Choice Electives numbered 120 or higher at the end of this section in the subject area in which you plan to teach. SOCIAL SCIENCE Curriculum Code: 0121 1. Complete SOCL 120 to satisfy part of the Social Science General Education Requirement. 2. Complete the following required courses (11 credits): ECON 201 Principles of Economics-Micro (3) GEOG 200 World Regional Geography (4) PSYC 200 Introduction to Psychology (4) 3. Complete one course from two of the following choices (A, B, C, D, E) (6 credits): A. ECON 202 Principles of Economics-Macro (3) B. GEOG 120 Introduction to Geography (3) GEOG 121 Physical Geography (3) GEOG 202 Geography of North America (3) C. POLS 240 Introduction to Public Policy (3) POLS 250 US Political Parties/Elections (3) POLS 260 Comparative Political Systems (3) POLS 270 International Relations (3) D. PSYC 202 Psychology of Personality (3) PSYC 203 Social Psychology (3) PSYC 204 Educational Psychology (3) PSYC 205 Human Growth and Development (3) PSYC 221 Child Psychology (3) PSYC 222 Adolescent Psychology (3) PSYC 250 Abnormal Psychology (3) E. ANTH 270 Cultural Anthropology (3) ANTH 271 Medical Anthropology (3) ANTH 275 Physical Anthr and Archeology (3) ANTH 276 World Archeology (3) SOCL 180 Introduction to Latino Studies (3) SOCL 185 Intro to African-American Stdy (3) SOCL 254 Marriage and Family (3) SOCL 255 Contemporary Social Problems (3) SOCL 260 Minority Groups (3) 4. Complete a minimum of 8 credits numbered 120 or higher from the list of Limited Choice Electives at the end of this section. Courses in social sciences, foreign languages, statistics, computer science and mathematics are recommended. SOCIOLOGY Curriculum Code: 0753 1. Complete POLS 120 and SOCL 120 to satisfy the Social Science General Education Requirement and the Global Diversity Core Requirement. 2. Complete the following required courses (9 credits): ANTH 270 Cultural Anthropology (3) SOCL 255 Contemporary Social Problems (3) SOCL 260 Minority Groups (3) 3. Complete a minimum of 16 credits with a minimum of one course from each section below: A. ECON 120 Power, Authority and Exchange (4) ECON 201 Principles of Economics-Micro (3) ECON 202 Principles of Economics-Macro (3) ECON 260 Comparative Economic Systems (3) GERO 100 Introduction to Aging (3) POLS 240 Introduction to Public Policy (3) POLS 250 US Political Parties/Elections (3) POLS 260 Comparative Political Systems (3) POLS 270 International Relations (3) SOCL 254 Marriage and Family (3) B. ANTH 271 Medical Anthropology (3) ANTH 275 Physical Anthropology (3) ANTH 276 World Archaeology (3) GEOG 200 World Regional Geography (4) GEOG 203 Economic Geography (3) SOCL 180 Introduction to Latino Studies (3) SOCL 185 Intro to African-American Stdy (3) SOCL 280 Introduction to Japanese Culture (3) C. CJUS 102 Crime Causes and Conditions (3) CPSC 120 Introduction to Computers (3) PSYC 200 Introduction to Psychology (4) PSYC 203 Social Psychology (3) STAT 170 Introduction to Statistics (3) SPEECH COMMUNICATION Curriculum Code: 0136 1. Complete SOCL 120 to satisfy part of the Social Science General Education Requirement. 2. Complete the following required courses (9 credits): SPCH 130 Fundamentals of Public speaking (3) SPCH 140 Interpersonal Communication (3) SPCH 280 Intercultural Communication (3) 3. Complete a minimum of 6 credits from the following: SPCH 110 Oral Communic in the Workplace (3) SPCH 260 Nonverbal Communication (3) SPCH 270 Mass Communication (3) 4. Complete a minimum of 10 credits from the following: (Note: Students who elect foreign language courses are encouraged to take both first-year courses (121 and 122) in the language of their choice.) ANTH 270 Cultural Anthropology (3) CPSC 120 Introduction to Computers (3) LING 230 Introduction to Linguistics (3) PHIL 151 Intro: Logic & Critical Think (4) POLS 260 Comparative Political Systems (3) PSYC 200 Introduction to Psychology (4) Any foreign language with course numbers 121, 122, 201, or 202 (4) LIMITED CHOICE ELECTIVES FOR ASSOCIATE IN ARTS DEGREE Some concentrations include limited choice electives. Those limited choice electives must be selected from the following: 1. Courses numbered 120 to 294 with any of the course codes listed below: ANTH EDUC HIST LING PSYC SPAN ASTR ENGL HONR MATH READ SPCH BIOL FREN HUMS METR RELG STAT CHEM GEOG ISCI PHIL SOCL WRIT CPSC GEOL JAPN PHYS SOWK ECON GRMN JRNL POLS 2. Courses on the list below: ACCG 210, 211, 220 CJUS 101, 102, 103 MKTG 140, 200, 202 221, 230, 231 106, 130, 131 221 240, 241, 250 133, 134, 135 260, 271, 280 201, 203, 204 MUSC 101, 102, 108 290 250, 255 119, 123, 133 138, 139, 144 ARTS 102, 103, 131 DANC 101, 102, 103 145, 155, 156 132, 137, 140 104, 201, 202 163, 164, 168 141, 145, 146 203, 204 169, 179, 180 151, 162, 171 182, 183, 188 175, 200, 201 EMSA 100 193, 194, 199 203, 204, 205 200, 221, 222 206, 253 GRMN 115, 116 240, 241, 245 248, 249, 251 BUSN 118, 201, 250 HUSE 240, 241, 242 253, 263, 264 244 270, 276, 280 293, 294, 297 CHDV 101, 111, 120 121, 188, 189 220, 221 SIGN 161, 162, 163, 164 CISB 100, 122, 170 180, 250, 260 IMAG 101 SOWK 101 280, 281 LEGL 215, 216 THEA 110, 120, 140 150, 181, 210 MATH 112 MGMT 225 220, 234, 285 295, 296 3. A maximum of two credit hours from courses with any of the course codes listed below: PFAQ PFFT PFHW PFSP PFDA PFHC PFKN PFWT