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BIO-1110 Environmental Biology (Sadeghian)

Early Childhood Education, A.A.S.

The Early Childhood Education Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree program provides the educational background to teach preschool children in private early childhood centers and to direct early childhood centers.

Students in this program are required to submit to a medical and criminal background check in order to participate in the required fieldwork courses. More information about the procedure, cost, timeline, etc. can be obtained through the Education Department Advisor.

Participation in the required fieldwork courses is contingent upon the satisfactory completion of the medical and criminal background check. If a student is denied a fieldwork placement (which is required to complete the program) due to a medical and/or background check result, the student will meet with his or her advisor to discuss options, which could include dropping the course and changing program of study.

EGL-1010 Composition I: Expository Writing Credits: 3 (English General Education Requirement)

MAT-1130 Mathematical Ideas Credits: 3 (Mathematics General Education Elective) or

MAT-1050 Elements of Numbers and Operations Credits: 4 (Mathematics General Education Elective)

NTR-1010 Introductory Nutrition Credits: 3 (Science No Lab General Education Elective) or

BIO-1110 Environmental Biology Credits: 3 (Science No Lab General Education Elective) or

PSC-1010 Introduction to Astronomy Credits: 3 (Science No Lab General Education Elective)

TED-1100 Principles and Practices in Early Childhood Education Credits: 3 (Program Requirement Critical Course)

TED-1200 Child Growth and Development Credits: 3 (Program Requirement Critical Course)

EGL-1020 Composition II: Writing About Literature Credits: 3 (English General Education Requirement)

PAS-1000 First Year Experience Credits: 1 (Institutional Requirement)

PSY-1010 General Psychology Credits: 3 (Social Science General Education Requirement)

TED-1110 Professional Dispositions and Behaviors for Educational Settings Credits: 2 (Program Requirement Critical Course)

TED-1300 Methods and Materials in Early Childhood Education Credits: 3 (Program Requirement)

TED-1400 Introduction to Multicultural Education Credits: 3 (Program Requirement)

INT-1010 Introduction to Information Technology Credits: 3 (Computer Literacy Institutional Requirement)

ART-2730 Integrated Arts Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

ACC-1000 Fundamentals of Accounting Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

BMT-1010 Introduction to Business Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

BMT-1570 Small Business Management Credits: 3 (Program Elective)

TED-2110 Infant and Toddler Curriculum and Teaching Credits: 3 (Program Requirement)

TED-2200 Guiding Behavior in Educational Settings Credits: 3 (Program Requirement)

TED-2350 Early Childhood Special Education Credits: 3 (Program Requirement)

COM-1010 Foundations of Communication Credits: 3 (Arts/Humanities General Education Elective) or

COM-1090 Interpersonal Communication Credits: 3 (Arts/Humanities General Education Elective)

HST-1410 History of the United States to 1877 Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

GEO-1010 Physical Geography Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

HLE-1150 Personal and Community Health Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

EGL-2230 Children’s Literature Credits: 3 (Program Elective)

TED-2100 Processes and Acquisition of Reading Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

TED-2400 Language Arts in Early Childhood Education Credits: 3 (Program Elective)

TED-2750 Field Work in Early Childhood Education Credits: 3 (Program Elective Critical Course) or

TED-2751 Field Work in Early Childhood Special Education Credits: 3 (Program Elective Critical Course)

TED-2650 Child Care Center Administration and Management Credits: 3 (Program Requirement)

Credit earned at any public institution in the state shall be transferable to any other institution if the:


Courses in this list fulfill General Education Humanities requirements listed in your program of study.
They also may fulfill General Education Social Science or Humanities requirements.

  • ART-1010 Introduction to Art 3 Credits
  • ART-2700 Art Survey I 3 Credits
  • ART-2710 Art Survey II 3 Credits
  • ART-2720 African-American Art 3 Credits
  • ART-2730 Integrated Arts 3 Credits
  • BMT-2750 Leadership Development 3 Credits
  • MUS-1010 Music Appreciation 3 Credits
  • MUS-2050 Survey of Music Literature 3 Credits
  • PHL-1010 Introduction to Philosophy: The Art of Questioning 3 Credits
  • PHL-1090 Introduction to Logic 3 Credits
  • PHL-1330 Ethics 3 Credits
  • THE-1010 Introduction to the Theatre 3 Credits

Foreign Languages

  • ARB-1000 Arabic for Beginners 3 Credits
  • ARB-1010 Elementary Arabic 3 Credits
  • CHN-1000 Chinese for Beginners 3 Credits
  • CHN-1010 Elementary Chinese 3 Credits
  • FRN-1010 French for Beginners 3 Credits
  • FRN-1020 French for Advanced Beginners 3 Credits
  • FRN-2010 Intermediate French I 3 Credits
  • FRN-2020 Intermediate French II 3 Credits
  • FRN-2040 Advanced Conversation 3 Credits
  • SPN-1010 Spanish for Beginners 3 Credits
  • SPN-1020 Spanish for Advanced Beginners 3 Credits
  • SPN-2010 Intermediate Spanish I 3 Credits
  • SPN-2020 Intermediate Spanish II 3 Credits
  • SPN-2040 Advanced Conversation 3 Credits

Literature

Literature courses must be selected from among the following:

  • EGL-2010 British Literature from the Anglo-Saxon Period through the 18th Century 3 Credits
  • EGL-2030 British Literature of the 19th and 20th Centuries 3 Credits
  • EGL-2050 American Literature from the Beginnings to the Late 19th Century 3 Credits
  • EGL-2070 American Literature from the Late 19th Century to the Present 3 Credits
  • EGL-2090 World Literature from Ancient Times through the Middle Ages 3 Credits
  • EGL-2110 World Literature from the Renaissance to the Present 3 Credits
  • EGL-2120 Introduction to African Literature 3 Credits
  • EGL-2130 African-American Literature Pre-1800 to 1920 3 Credits
  • EGL-2140 African-American Literature from 1920 to the Present 3 Credits
  • EGL-2170 Major American Writers 3 Credits
  • EGL-2210 The Shakespeare Plays 3 Credits
  • EGL-2230 Children’s Literature 3 Credits
  • EGL-2250 Young Adult Literature 3 Credits
  • EGL-2320 Literature and Film 3 Credits
  • EGL-2330 Modern Literature 3 Credits
  • EGL-2370 Studies in Biblical Literature: the Old Testament 3 Credits
  • EGL-2390 Studies in Biblical Literature: the New Testament 3 Credits
  • EGL-2410 Mythology, Legend and Folklore 3 Credits
  • EGL-2430 Survey of Science Fiction 3 Credits
  • EGL-2440 Survey of Mystery and Detective Fiction 3 Credits
  • EGL-2500 Women in Literature 3 Credits
  • EGL-2600 Introduction to the Novel 3 Credits

Speech

Courses in this list fulfill General Education Speech requirements listed in your program of study.


General Studies A.A.

This program is for students interested in transferring to a four-year institution. The program introduces a broad range of the liberal arts and sciences while providing a thorough preparation in verbal, mathematical, and critical-thinking skills. General studies include courses in humanities, social sciences, English, science, and math, which enable students to sample various subject matters and methodologies so they can make informed education and career choices. This program is designed to transfer to four-year colleges or universities. The various concentrations of the General Studies Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree are listed under the

link. Students should consult with an advisor about transfer requirements.

Graduates of the General Studies A.A. will be able to:

  • Synthesize information and content across multiple disciplines
  • Apply student core competencies in the development of a culminating project/assignment
  • Analyze perspectives on key issues within the concentration

PAS-1000 First Year Experience Credits: 1 (Institutional Requirement)

EGL-1010 Composition I: Expository Writing Credits: 3 (English General Education Requirement)

INT-1010 Introduction to Information Technology Credits: 3 (Computer Literacy Institutional Requirement)

PHL-1010 Introduction to Philosophy: The Art of Questioning Credits: 3 (Arts/Humanities General Education Elective) or

SPN-1010 Spanish for Beginners Credits: 3 (Arts/Humanities General Education Elective) or

FRN-1010 French for Beginners Credits: 3 (Arts/Humanities General Education Elective) or

ART-1010 Introduction to Art Credits: 3 (Arts/Humanities General Education Elective) or

MUS-1010 Music Appreciation Credits: 3 (Arts/Humanities General Education Elective) or

THE-1010 Introduction to Theatre Credits: 3 (Arts/Humanities General Education Elective)

PSY-1010 General Psychology Credits: 3 (Social Science General Education Elective) or

MAT-1140 Introduction to Statistics Credits: 3 (Mathematics General Education Elective) or

MAT-1250 Applied College Algebra Credits: 3 (Mathematics General Education Elective) or

MAT-1130 Mathematical Ideas Credits: 3 (Mathematics General Education Elective)

BIO-1010 General Biology Credits: 4 (or any other 4 credit science course)

EGL-1020 Composition II: Writing About Literature Credits: 3 (English General Education Elective) or

EGL-1100 Composition II: Writing About Issues and Ideas Credits: 3 (English General Education Elective) or

EGL-1320 Composition II: Writing for Business Credits: 3 (English General Education Elective)

NTR-1010 Introductory Nutrition Credits: 3 (Science No Lab General Education Elective) or

PSC-1010 Introduction to Astronomy Credits: 3 (Science No Lab General Education Elective) or

BIO-1110 Environmental Biology Credits: 3 (Science No Lab General Education Elective)

COM-1010 Foundations of Communication Credits: 3 (Arts/Humanities General Education Elective Critical Course) or

SOC-1010 Introduction to Sociology Credits: 3 (Social Science General Education Elective) or

HST-1430 History of the United States since 1877 Credits: 3 (Social Science General Education Elective) or

HST-1530 History of African Americans since 1877 Credits: 3 (Social Science General Education Elective)

Credit earned at any public institution in the state shall be transferable to any other institution if the:


Program Total: 60 Credits

Two semesters of calculus (MAT-2410   and MAT-2420   ) are required for admission to biology programs at some transfer institutions, including the UMCP Limited Enrollment Programs. Students eligible for calculus should take MAT-2410   as the general education math requirement and MAT-2420   as one of the program electives.

Students pursuing careers in physical therapy should take BIO-2050   and PHY-1010   as their two program electives.

One of the program electives must be at the 2000 level.


BSHS in Global Leadership in Disaster Response | PGCC Crosswalk

This is the recommended program of study for students planning to obtain a PGCC associate's degree and transfer to GW to complete the Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences (BSHS) in Global Leadership in Disaster Response.

The BSHS in Global Leadership in Disaster Response program is designed for students with previous international health care experience. The program draws heavily from both the civilian and military challenges and successes experienced during natural and man-made disasters, and other crises, both domestically and abroad. Graduates of this program will be well positioned to provide leadership and expert counsel in all matters of disaster and crisis related healthcare issues for myriad agencies at the local, regional, national, and international levels.

GWU Entry Requirement

PGCC Accepted Courses

GW accepts up to 60 credits from the completed associate’s degree toward the general education and electives requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences.

Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75.

Transferable course work must be completed with a grade of C or higher.

Students must have international health care experience.

English Composition

EGL-1010 Composition I: Expository Writing*

Student must complete 3 credits.

Physical or Natural Science with Lab

BIO-1020 General Plant Biology *

BIO-1080 Reproduction Biology *

BIO-1110 Environmental Biology*

with BIO-1120 Environmental Biology Laboratory*

BIO-1130 Principles of Biology: Evolution, Ecology and Behavior*

BIO-1140 Principles of Biology: Cellular and Molecular Biology*

BIO-2050 Human Anatomy and Physiology I*

BIO-2060 Human Anatomy and Physiology II*

CHM-1010 General Chemistry I*

CHM-1020 General Chemistry II *

with CHM-1030 General Chemistry II Laboratory*

CHM-2010 Organic Chemistry I

CHM-2020 Organic Chemistry II

with CHM-2040 Organic Chemistry II Laboratory

GEO-1010 Physical Geography *

with GEO-1020 Physical Geography Laboratory*

PHY-1010 Introductory Physics I*

PHY-1020 Introductory Physics II*

PHY-1030 General Physics I*

PHY-2030 General Physics II

PHY-2040 General Physics III

PSC-1010 Introduction to Astronomy *

with PSC-1020 Introduction to Astronomy Laboratory*

PSC-1050 Introduction to Physical Geology*

with PSC-1060 Physical Geology Laboratory*

Students must complete 4 credits (lecture and lab).

*Satisfies PGCC General Education Requirement

Social Sciences

ANT-1030 Introductory Cultural Anthropology

ANT-2030 - Language and Culture

ECN-1010 Economic Development

ECN-1030 Principles of Macroeconomics

ECN-2040 Principles of Microeconomics

GEO-1000 Introduction to Geography as a Social Science

GEO-1090 World Regional Geography

POS-1000 Introduction to Politics

POS-1010 American National Government

POS-1020 State and Local Government

POS-1050 Introduction to Politics

POS-1400 Introduction to Environmental Policy

POS-2010 Political Ideologies

POS-2070 Introduction to International Politics

POS-2150 Introduction to Comp Politics/Government

PSY-1010 General Psychology

PSY-2010 Personality and Adjustment

PSY-2040 Adolescent Psychology

PSY-2070 Human Growth and Development

PSY-2080 Abnormal Psychology

PSY-2130 Forensic Psychology

PSY-2060 Educational Psychology

PSY-2190 Social Psychology

PSY-2090 Psychology of Aging

PSY-2100 Psychology of Women

PSY-2110 Psychology & African Americans

PSY-2120 Drugs and Behavior

PSY-2200 Introduction to Sport and Exercise Psychology

PSY-2210 Introduction to Health Psychology

SOC-1010 Introduction to Sociology

SOC-1030 Sociology of Food

SOC-1150 Sociology of Death and Dying

SOC-2020 Marriage and Family

SOC-2040 Introduction to Social Work

SOC-2090 Sociology of Minorities

SOC-2400 Introduction to Public Health & Health Care Policy

SPH-1010 Introduction to Speech Communication*

SPH-1050 Group Communication and Leadership*

SPH-1090 Interpersonal Communication*

SPH-2090 Advanced Interpersonal Comm.

SPH-2200 Gender and Communication

SPH-2230 Intercultural Communication

Students must complete 6 credits.

*Satisfies PGCC General Education Requirement

ARB-1000 Arabic for Beginners*

ARB-1010 Elementary Arabic*

ART-1010 Introduction to Art*

ART-2720 African American Art*

CHN-1000 Chinese for Beginners*

CHN-1010 Elementary Chinese*

EGL-1020 Composition II: Writing About Literature

EGL-2010 British Literature from the Anglo-Saxon Period Through the 18 th Century*

EGL-2030 British Literature of the 19 th and 20 th Centuries*

EGL-2050 American Literature from the Beginnings to the Late 19 th Century*

EGL-2070 American Literature from the 19 th Century to the Present*

EGL-2090 World Literature from Ancient Times Through the Middle Ages*

EGL-2110 World Literature from the Renaissance to the Present*

EGL-2120 Introduction to African Literature*

EGL-2130 African-American Literature Pre-1800 to 1920*

EGL-2140 African-American Literature from 1920 to the Present*

EGL-2170 Major American Writers*

EGL-2210 The Shakespeare Plays*

EGL-2230 Children’s Literature*

EGL-2250 Literature for Teenagers*

EGL-2320 Literature and Film*

EGL-2330 Modern Literature*

EGL-2370 Studies in Biblical Literature and the Old Testament*

EGL-2390 Studies in Biblical Literature and the New Testament*

EGL-2410 Mythology, Legend and Folklore*

EGL-2430 Survey of Science Fiction*

EGL-2440 Survey of Mystery and Detective Fiction*

EGL-2500 Women in Literature*

EGL-2600 Introduction to the Novel*

FRN-1010 French for Beginners*

FRN-1020 French for Advanced Beginners*

FRN-2010 Intermediate French I*

FRN-2020 Intermediate French II*

FRN-2040 Advanced Conversation*

HLE-2010 Health Issues in a Culturally Diverse Society

HLE -2250 Health Issues for Women

HST-1310 Ancient and Medieval History

HST-1370 The World in the Twentieth Century

HST-1410 History of the United States I

HST-1430 History of the United States II

HST-1510 History of African Americans I

HST-1530 History of African Americans II

HST-2160 The Modern Middle East

HST-2310 History of American Foreign Policy

HST-2230 History of Latin America and the Caribbean

HST-2330 History of American Civil War

MUS-1010 Music Appreciation*

MUS-2050 Survey of Music Literature*

PHL-1010 Introduction to Philosophy: The Art of Questioning*

PHL-1090 Introduction to Logic*

PHL-1170 Eastern Philosophy

PHL-1370 Philosophy & Feminism

PHL-2190 Philosophical Ideas in Imaginative Literature

PHL-2270 Thinking About Religion

PHL-2350 Biomedical Ethics

PHL-2400 Introduction to Business Ethics

SPN-1010 Spanish for Beginners*

SPN-1020 Spanish for Advanced Beginners*

SPN-2010 Intermediate Spanish I*

SPN-2020 Intermediate Spanish II*

SPN-2040 Advanced Conversation*

THE-1010 Introduction to the Theatre*

WMS-1010 Introduction to Women’s Studies

Students must complete 3 credits

*Satisfies PGCC General Education Requirement

Students may use any college-level (i.e. 100-level and 200-level) academic courses towards this requirement in the following subjects:

ARB, ACC, AFA, ART, ANT, BIO, BMT, BUS, CHM, CHN, CJT, CUL, ECN, EGL, EGR, EMT, ENT, FRN, FSC, FOS, GEO, HIM, HLE, HSM, HST, HUS, INT, MAS, MAT, MUS, NTR, NUM, NUR, PHL, PHY, PMD, POS, PRJ, PSC, PSY, RAD, RST, SGT, SOC, SPH, SPN, THF, TRF, WMS

Students must complete 44 credits.

Any courses above that have not been used towards other GW general education requirements can be used towards this requirement.

Academic credit awarded for health care clinical rotations and practicum courses may be considered.


Business Administration, A.S.

The Business Administration A.S. degree is the recommended pathway for students planning to pursue a bachelor's degree in business and related disciplines. This program uses an interdisciplinary and holistic approach to business, by establishing a foundation of skills and knowledge in the fields of business, accounting, economics, statistics, communication, and management theory. Students use this foundational knowledge to learn effective decision making, problem solving, and leadership skills that are necessary for business and its related fields.

PAS-1000 First Year Experience Credits: 1 (Institutional Requirement)

BMT-1010 Introduction to Business Credits: 3 (Program Requirement Critical Course)

EGL-1010 Composition I: Expository Writing Credits: 3 (English General Education Requirement)

ACC-1001 Principles of Accounting I Credits: 3 (Program RequirementCritical Course)

INT-1010 Introduction to Information Technology Credits: 3 (Computer Literacy Institutional Requirement)

MAT-1250 Applied College Algebra Credits: 3 (Mathematics General Education Requirement Critical Course)

EGL-1320 Composition II: Writing for Business Credits: 3 (English General Education Requirement)

COM-1010 Foundations of Communication Credits: 3 (Arts/Humanities General Education Elective) or

SPN-1010 Spanish for Beginners Credits: 3 (Arts/Humanities General Education Elective)

NTR-1010 Introductory Nutrition Credits: 3 (General Education Elective Science, No Lab) or

BIO-1110 Environmental Biology Credits: 3 (General Education Elective Science, No Lab)

ACC-1002 Principles of Accounting II Credits: 3 (Program Requirement)

MAT-2160 Applied Calculus I Credits: 3 (Program Requirement)

ECN-1030 Principles of Macroeconomics Credits: 3 (Social Science General Education Requirement Critical Course)

BIO-1010 General Biology Credits: 4 (Science w/ Lab General Education Elective) or

BIO-1120 Environmental Biology Laboratory Credits: 1 (Science w/ Lab General Education Elective) or

GEO-1010 Physical Geography Credits: 3 (Science w/ Lab General Education Elective) or

GEO-1020 Physical Geography Lab Credits: 1 (Science w/ Lab General Education Elective)

BUS-2220 Business Law I Credits: 3 (Program Requirement)

BMT-2750 Leadership Development Credits: 3 (Arts/Humanities General Education Requirement)

PHL-2400 Business Ethics Credits: 3 (Program Requirement)

MAT-2210 Statistics Credits: 3 (Program Requirement)

BMT-1570 Small Business Management Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

BMT-1420 Organizational Management Credits: 3 (Program Elective)

BMT-1500 Developing a Professional Image Credits: 1 (Program Requirement)

ECN-1050 Principles of Microeconomics Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

PSY-1010 General Psychology Credits: 3 (Program Elective)

SOC-1010 Introduction to Sociology Credits: 3 (Social Science General Education Requirement)

Credit earned at any public institution in the state shall be transferable to any other institution if the:


Business Management, A.A.S.

The Business Management A.A.S. degree curriculum provides the skills and knowledge necessary for a successful career in business and management. Students who complete the Business Management A.A.S. degree are prepared for careers in for-profit and not-for-profit organizations, and the public sector.

PAS-1000 First Year Experience Credits: 1 (Institutional Requirement)

BMT-1010 Introduction to Business Credits: 3 (Program Requirement Critical Course)

EGL-1010 Composition I: Expository Writing Credits: 3 (English General Education Requirement)

ACC-1001 Principles of Accounting I Credits: 3 (Program Requirement Critical Course)

INT-1010 Introduction to Information Technology Credits: 3 (Computer Literacy Institutional Requirement)

MAT-1250 Applied College Algebra Credits: 3 (Mathematics General Education Requirement Critical Course)

EGL-1320 Composition II: Writing for Business Credits: 3 (English General Education Requirement)

BMT-1600 Principles of Management Credits: 3 (Program Requirement)

BMT-1570 Small Business Management Credits: 3 (Program Requirement)

PSC-1010 Introduction to Astronomy Credits: 3 (General Education Elective Science, No Lab) or

NTR-1010 Introductory Nutrition Credits: 3 (General Education Elective Science, No Lab) or

BIO-1110 Environmental Biology Credits: 3 (General Education Elective Science, No Lab)

BMT-1620 Financial Planning and Investments Credits: 3 (Program Requirement)

BUS-2220 Business Law I Credits: 3 (Program Requirement)

PHL-1090 Introduction to Logic Credits: 3 (Arts/Humanities General Education Elective) or

COM-1010 Foundations of Communication Credits: 3 (Arts/Humanities General Education Elective) or

PHL-1330 Ethics Credits: 3 (Arts/Humanities General Education Elective)

BMT-1550 Elements of Supervision Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

BMT-1650 Customer Service Credits: 3 (Program Elective)

MAT-2210 Statistics Credits: 3 (Program Requirement)

BMT-2400 Strategic Management Credits: 3 (Program Requirement Critical Course)

BMT-2610 Human Resource Management Credits: 3 (Program Requirement)

BMT-2630 International Management Credits: 3 (Program Requirement)

BMT-2660 Conflict Management Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

BMT-2700 Stress Management in the Workplace Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

BMT-1300 Ethics, Social Responsibility, and Social Justice in Business Credits: 3 (Program Elective)

ECN-1030 Principles of Macroeconomics Credits: 3 (Social Science General Education Requirement)

BMT-2920 Business Management Internship II Credits: 2 (Program Elective) or

ACC-1070 QuickBooks I Credits: 1 (Program Elective) and

ACC-1090 QuickBooks II Credits: 1 (Program Elective)

Credit earned at any public institution in the state shall be transferable to any other institution if the:


Courses in this list fulfill General Education Humanities requirements listed in your program of study.
They also may fulfill General Education Social Science or Humanities requirements.

  • ART-1010 Introduction to Art Credits: 3
  • ART-2700 Art Survey I Credits: 3
  • ART-2710 Art Survey II Credits: 3
  • ART-2720 African-American Art Credits: 3
  • ART-2730 Integrated Arts Credits: 3
  • BMT-2750 Leadership Development Credits: 3
  • DAN-1010 Introduction to Dance Credits: 3
  • MUS-1010 Music Appreciation Credits: 3
  • MUS-2050 Survey of Music Literature Credits: 3
  • PHL-1010 Introduction to Philosophy: The Art of Questioning Credits: 3
  • PHL-1090 Introduction to Logic Credits: 3
  • PHL-1330 Ethics Credits: 3
  • THE-1010 Introduction to Theatre Credits: 3

Foreign Languages

  • ARB-1000 Arabic for Beginners Credits: 3
  • ARB-1010 Elementary Arabic Credits: 3
  • FRN-1010 French for Beginners Credits: 3
  • FRN-1020 French for Advanced Beginners Credits: 3
  • SPN-1010 Spanish for Beginners Credits: 3
  • SPN-1020 Spanish for Advanced Beginners Credits: 3
  • SPN-2010 Intermediate Spanish I Credits: 3
  • SPN-2020 Intermediate Spanish II Credits: 3
  • SPN-2040 Advanced Conversation Credits: 3

Literature

Literature courses must be selected from among the following:

  • EGL-2010 British Literature from the Anglo-Saxon Period through the 18th Century Credits: 3
  • EGL-2030 British Literature of the 19th and 20th Centuries Credits: 3
  • EGL-2050 American Literature from the Beginnings to the Late 19th Century Credits: 3
  • EGL-2070 American Literature from the Late 19th Century to the Present Credits: 3
  • EGL-2090 World Literature from the Beginnings to the 16th Century Credits: 3
  • EGL-2110 World Literature from the 17th Century to the Present Credits: 3
  • EGL-2120 Introduction to African Literature Credits: 3
  • EGL-2130 African-American Literature Pre 1800s-1920 Credits: 3
  • EGL-2140 African-American Literature 1920-Present Credits: 3
  • EGL-2210 The Shakespeare Plays Credits: 3
  • EGL-2230 Children’s Literature Credits: 3
  • EGL-2250 Literature for Young Adults Credits: 3
  • EGL-2320 Literature and Film Credits: 3
  • EGL-2370 Studies in Biblical Literature: The Old Testament Credits: 3
  • EGL-2390 Studies in Biblical Literature: The New Testament Credits: 3
  • EGL-2410 Mythology, Legend, & Folklore Credits: 3
  • EGL-2430 Survey of Science Fiction Credits: 3

Speech

Courses in this list fulfill General Education Speech requirements listed in your program of study.


Application Deadlines

While midyear admission is possible, fall semester is generally the best time to enter the college, since many course sequences begin in that semester. Applicants to the UC College of Arts and Sciences who are enrolled or who were previously enrolled as degree-seeking students in A&S or in other UC colleges should apply for admission directly to A&S (in French West, 2nd Floor). All other applicants who wish to earn an undergraduate degree from A&S should apply through the Office of Admissions (3rd Floor, University Pavilion).


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