AU11 GEC Update - The Ohio State University College of...

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The Ohio State University College of Engineering General Education Curriculum (GEC) Courses 2011-2012 Underlined courses indicate “social diversity”. GEC must include one “social diversity” course. ENGLISH & COMMUNICATION SKILLS (10 hrs) A. First Course (5 hrs) English 110.0X 1 B. Second Course (5 hrs) African-American & African Studies 367.0X 1 Agricultural Communication 367 Arabic 367 Art Education 367.0X 1 (excluding 367.02) Communication 367 Comparative Studies 367.0X 1 Dance 367.0X 1 Economics 367.0X 1 Engineering 367 English 367.0X (NOT social diversity 367.03, 367.04, 367.06, 367.07) Environment & Natural Resources 367 Film Studies 367.0X 1 German 367 History of Art 367 Human Development & Family Science 367 Landscape Architecture 367 Linguistics 367.0X Modern Greek 367 Nursing 367 Philosophy 367 Physics 367 Political Science 367.0X 1 Psychology 367.0X 1 , Slavic Languages & Literatures 367 Sociology 367.0X 1 Spanish 367 Theater 367.0X 1 Women’s, Gender & Sexuality STDS 367.0X 1 Yiddish 367 C. Third Course (Major Department) Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering 510.0X 1 (all three must be taken) Aviation 530, 540, 550 Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering 521, 630, 760, 762, 764 (all five must be taken) Civil Engineering 405, 406, 460, 660 (all four must be taken) Computer Science & Engineering 560 Electrical & Computer Engineering 582 Engineering Physics – Physics 596 Environmental Engineering 405, 406, 460, 619 FAB Engineering 225, 695, 723, 724, 725 (all five must be taken) Geodetic Science 625 Industrial & Systems Engineering 500, 608.0X 1 (all three must be taken) Materials Science & Engineering 581.0X 1 , 695.0X 1 (all six must be taken) Mechanical Engineering 564, 570, 581 (all three must be taken) Welding Engineering 690, 691, 692, MSE 581.02 (all four must be taken) Students must take 25 hours across Social Sciences, Historical Study, and Arts & Humanities with a minimum of 5 hours per category.
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