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CORE SKILLS: Minimum of 9 credit hours of coursework or credit by exam 1. Introductory Composition (3 credits) a. English 101/111* Freshman Composition_____ 2. Advanced Writing – 1 of the following (3 credits) b. English 308/309/310/312* Advanced Composition_____ c. English 300 Critical Writing about Literature_____ d. English 330 Business Writing_____ e. English 338 Technical Writing_____ f. English 339 Scientific Writing_____ 3. Math – 1 of the following (3-4 credits) g. Math 104 Intro to Mathematical Problem Solving (3 cr)_____ h. Math 102 College Algebra (3 cr)_____ i.

Math 120 Pre-Calculus (3 cr)_____ j. Math 209/219* Elements of Applied Probability & Statistics (3 cr)_____ k. Math 236 Calculus I (4cr)_____ MODES OF INQUIRY: Total 31 credits A. The Fine and Performing Arts: At least 1 of the following (3 credits) a. Art 100/111* or 110 100 Art Appreciation OR Art 110 Visual Imagery_____ b. Theatre 106 or 107 106 Intro to Theatre OR 107 Intro to Theatrical Vision_____ c. Music 110 or 117 110 Intro to Wrld Mus 0R 117 Mus of Africa, Asia & Americas_____ d. Dance 110 110 Dance Appreciation_____ B.

The Humanities: At least two of the following (3 credits each totaling 6 credits) e. Literature English 150/250* or 221 150 Intro to Literature 221 Intro to Lit/Intermediate Composition_____ f. History 100/111* The Contemporary World in Historical Perspective_____ g. Philosophy 101/111* or 102 101 Intro to Phil 102 Contemporary Ethical Problems_____ h. Language French 250 or Spanish 250_____ C. The Natural Sciences: At least 2 of the following (3- 4 credits each) i. Biology 109 or 149 109 Human Biology and the Environment (4cr) 149 General Biology I (4cr)_____ j.

Chemistry 100/113* or 201 100 Chemistry and Society (4cr) 201 General Chemistry I(4cr)_____ k. Geography 103/113*Physical Geography (4cr)_____ l. Physics 215 or 215 General Physics (4cr) Physics 261 or261 Principles of Physics: Mechanics (4cr) Physical Science 100 and 101 or 100 Cosmic Concepts (3cr) AND 101 Measurement (1cr) Physical Science 203PHSC 203 Physical Science (4cr)_____ m. Interdisciplinary 160IDIS 160 Science, Technology and Society (3cr)_____ D. The Social Sciences: At least 2 of the following (3 credits each) n. Economics 200 or 201/211*200 Basic Economics 01/211* Principles of Economics (Macro)_____ o. Geography 104/114* or 110104/114* Human Geography 110 World Regional Geography: Cultural Diversity_____ p. Political Science 110/112* or 113/114* or 131 110/112* Introduction to American Politics 113/114* Introduction to World Politics 131 Introduction to Comparative Politics_____ q. Psychology 150/151*General Psychology_____ r. Sociology 100/111*Introduction to Sociology_____ E. The FSU Colloquia: 2 classes (3 – 4 credits each) s. IDIS 150/151*or IDIS/SUST 155 IDIS 150/151First Year FSU Colloquium _____ IDIS/SUST 155 Intro to Sustainability Studies_____

AND IDIS 350/351* Advanced FSU Colloquium_____ OR one additional Modes of Inquiry course from Groups A-D above. _____ F. Identity and Difference: 1 of the following (3 credits)____ G. AAST 200 Intro to African-American Studies AAST 400 Africans & the Diaspora ART 301 Artistic Traditions: Asia ART 302 Artistic Traditions: Africa & the Americas GEOG 104/114* Human Geography GEOG 110 World Regional Geography: Cultural Diversity GEOG 427 Geography of Languages and Religions HIST 100/111* The Contemporary World in Historical Perspective HIST 418 Native Peoples of the Americas

HIST 436 Women’s Issues in World History HLTH 125 Health and Culture INST 150 Introduction to World Religions INST 200 Introduction to International Studies MDFL 111 Intercultural Understanding MDFL 301 Latin American Women’s Issues MUSC 117 Music of Africa, Asia & the Americas MUSC 250 Women in Music PHIL 308 Political Philosophy PHIL 311 Asian and African Philosophy PHIL 409 Philosophy and Women POSC 131 Introduction to Comparative Politics PSYC 220 Psychology of Women PSYC 325 African American Psychology (Prerequisites: PSYC 150 & 3 addt’l cr in psych) RECR 100 Leisure & Diverse American Culture

SOCI 224 Cultural Anthropology SOCI 305/SOWK 305Racial & Cultural Minorities WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies TECHNOLOGY FLUENCY: ART 207 Graphic Design_____ BITS Basic Information Technology Skills_____ CHEM 304Computational Techniques in Chemistry_____ COSC 100 or 110* Introduction to Computer Science _____ COSC 101The Discipline of Computer Science_____ EDUC 346, 447, and 448 Educational Technology Lab I, II and III _____ GEOG 275 Fundamentals of Geographic Data Handling_____ MUSC 103 Theory II_____ NURS 404 Nursing Informatics (RN to BSN Completion students only)_____

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