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All major programs OC-SMT COM All major programs MC-QR ECO All major programs MC-QR ENG All major programs MC-LH FOR French None French Teacher Certification Program only OC-H German all sequences OC-H Spanish all sequences OC-H GEO Geography OC-SS Geology OC-SMT HIS All major programs MC-UST MAT All major programs OC-SMT PHI All major programs OC-H PHY All major programs OC-SMT POL All major programs (students must pass Constitution Examination) MC-ICL PSY All major programs MC-IS SWK (B.S.W.) None Social Science Education MC-UST SOC None PAS OC-SMT College of Business All major programs MC-IS College of Education All major programs OC-SS College of Fine Arts All major programs OC-FA Mennonite College of Nursing NUR All major programs IC-NS (one course only) — No Inner Core or Middle Core course in the General Education Program may be taken under the CT/NC option. General Education Course Requirements INNER CORE GENERAL INFORMATION A total of five courses are required in the Inner Core. Students take either ENG 101, Composition and Critical Inquiry, or COM 110, Communication and Critical Inquiry, the first semester of their freshman year. A year-long sequence, these courses integrate critical thinking and information literacy skills.The mathematics and natural science require- ments are to be completed during the freshman year, or as early as possible in the first two years. Inner Core Course Listing (2 courses required) [IC] ENG 101 Composition and Critical Inquiry COM 110 Communication and Critical Inquiry Mathematics (1 course required) [IC-M] MAT 113 Elements of Mathematical Reasoning MAT 120 Finite Mathematics MAT 130 Dimensions of Mathematical Problem-Solving MAT 145 Calculus I Natural Sciences (2 courses required) [IC-NS] BSC 101 Fundamental Concepts in Biology CHE 102 Chemistry and Society GEO 102 Principles of Geology PHY 102 Atoms to Galaxies Students must complete at least one course from two different sciences . Certain majors require one of the following Natural Sciences Alternative courses that substitute for the courses above. See individual major requirements. Natural Science Alternatives [IC-NSA] BSC 196 Biological Diversity BSC 197 Molecular and Cellular Basis of Life CHE 110/112 Fundamentals of Chemistry and Laboratory CHE 140 General Chemistry I PHY 105 Fundamentals of Physics PHY 108 College Physics I PHY 110 Physics for Science and Engineering I MIDDLE CORE GENERAL INFORMATION These courses provide opportunities for the continued development of academic skills applied to a range of topics and involving a variety of disci- plinary perspectives. There are five course cate- gories in the Middle Core: Quantitative Reasoning (MC-QR) Language in the Humanities (MC-LH) United States Traditions (MC-UST) Individuals and Civic Life (MC-ICL) Individuals and Societies (MC-IS) A total of five courses are required in the Middle Core. Students complete one course from each of the five categories except for students pur- suing a B.A. degree who substitute Foreign Languages 115 or higher for Quantitative Reasoning.
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