General Education G E N E D 80 G E N E D Middle Core Course Listing

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General Education G E N E D
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80 G E N E D Middle Core Course Listing Quantitative Reasoning (1 course required) [MC-QR] Students pursuing a B.A. degree must complete the equivalent of Foreign Language 115 or higher rather than one of these courses. ECO 138 Economic Reasoning Using Statistics GEO 138 Quantitative Reasoning in the Geosciences ITK 115 Reasoning About Complex Systems MAT 121 Applied Calculus MAT 131 Geometric Reasoning: Geometry As Earth Measures MAT 146 Calculus II MAT 150 Fundamentals of Statistical Reasoning MAT/ POL 162 Conflict, Cooperation, and Strategic Decision-Making MQM 100 Statistical Reasoning PHI 112 Language, Logic and Mathematics PHY 117 Numerical Reasoning in Nature and Technology POL 138 Quantitative Reasoning in Political Science PSY 138 Reasoning in Psychology Using Statistics Language in the Humanities (1 course required) [MC-LH] COM/ENG/ FOR128 Gender in the Humanities ENG/FOR 125 Literary Narrative FOR 116.01 Second Year Italian (Part II) FOR 116.12 Second Year French (Part II) FOR 116.13 Second Year German (Part II) FOR 116.14 Second Year Latin (Part II) FOR 116.15 Second Year Spanish (Part II) FOR 116.18 Second Year Japanese (Part II) FOR 120.15 Introduction to Academic Spanish For Spanish Speakers IDS 121 Texts and Contexts IDS 254 Religions and Cultures United States Traditions (1 course required) [MC-UST] ENG/HIS 131 American Culture: Traditions and Texts FCS/HIS/ SOC112 American Family: Change and Diversity HIS/SOC 111 American Diversity: Contested Visions of U.S. Experience SOC 109 Introduction to U.S. Latina/o Studies Individuals and Civic Life (1 course required) [MC-ICL] CJS 102 Individuals, Society, and Justice PHI 104 The Ideal of Democracy POL 101 Citizens and Governance POL 106 U.S. Government and Civic Practices Individuals and Societies (1 course required) [MC-IS] AGR 201 Resources, Food and Society: A Global Perspective ANT 175 Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Contemporary Human Problems ECO 103 Individual and Social Choice GEO 140 Human Geography PSY 110 Fundamentals of Psychology PSY/SOC 131 Social Psychology SOC 108 Contemporary Social Problems in Global Perspective TEC/SOC 175 Living in a Technological World WS 120 Women, Gender, and Society OUTER CORE GENERAL INFORMATION These courses give insight into the varied nature of disciplinary knowledge, introducing stu- dents to the ways that specific disciplines create knowledge and examining the interplay between disciplined inquiry and the larger world in which such inquiry takes place. A total of 4 courses are required in the Outer Core. Students must complete one course chosen from each of four discipline groups: Science, Mathematics and Technology; Fine Arts; Humanities; and the Social Sciences. Students not satisfying the Global Studies graduation requirement through a major course should choose an outer-core course designated by a double asterisk.
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