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CORE + Curriculum for General EducationMission:The aims of the CORE + Curriculum for General Education areto enable students to develop critical thinking skills, oral and writtencommunication skills, and relationships with the world that lead toreflective study and engagement for meaningful lives and productivecareers.CORE + Curriculum Learning Outcomes for GeneralEducationCritical Thinking Skills – Outcomes:C1:Studentswillusescientificinquirytointerpretdata,solveproblems,ordrawconclusions.Courses:BIOL102 – Introduction to the Biological SciencesBIOL201 – Introduction to Anatomy and PhysiologyCHEM111 – Basic ChemistryCHEM130 – General Chemistry ICSCI191 – Visual Basic ProgrammingCSCI192 – Introductory Java ProgrammingESOH240 – Energy for a Sustainable FutureFORS201 – Forensic ScienceGEOL120 – Introduction to GeologyPHYS100 – AstronomyPHYS150 – Conceptual PhysicsPHYS250 – General Physics I/LectureC2: Students will use methods in mathematics, statistics, or logic tointerpret data, solve problems, anddraw conclusions, in CollegeAlgebra, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Calculus, Statistics, andFormal/Symbolic Logic. MATH 110 or its equivalent isprerequisite for courses in this Outcome.Courses:MATH130 – Practical Perspectives in MathMATH132 – Applied Mathematical AnalysisMATH133 – Applied CalculusMATH138 – College AlgebraMATH139 – Trigonometry
MATH140 – PrecalculusMATH141 – Calculus IMATH221 – Integrated Statistical AnalysisMATH223 – Applied Statistics and Data AnalysisC3: Students will apply relevant terms, concepts, andhistories to critically analyze political, social, religious,philosophical, or economical systems.Courses:ANTH210 – Cultural AnthropologyBLMC280 – Linguistics and English GrammarCJUS220 – Introduction to Criminological TheoryECON199 – Introduction to Economic ThinkingECON200 – Principles of MacroeconomicsGERN241 – The Psychology of AgingGERN242 – The Sociology of AgingHIST101 – Introduction to HistoryHIST110 – History of the United States to 1865HIST111 – History of the United States Since 1865HIST120 – Selected Themes in the History of CivilizationHIST150 – The Ascent of Civilization to 476 A.D.HIST151 – Global History, 500 B.C. to 1780 A.D.HIST152 – Global History, 1780 to presentHIST220 – European Civilization from 476-1648HIST221 – European Civilization since 1648HIST242 – World War IIHIST248 – Film and HistoryHIST260 – The History of Women in AmericaHUMN100 – Approaches to the HumanitiesPBAD205 – Introduction to Public AdministrationPHIL220 – Ethical Issues in the Modern WorldPHIL221 – Health Care EthicsPHIL224 – Ethics and TechnologyPHIL226 – Business EthicsPHIL228 – Ethics and EducationPHIL230 – Sports EthicsPHIL 233 – Social and Political ThoughtPHIL240 – Media EthicsPLAW230 – International and Comparative Law

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