UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA OMAHA


GENERAL EDUCATION GUIDE
Effective Summer 2013, students transferring from Metropolitan Community College (MCC) with an Associate in Arts (LATAA) degree completed after 2010 will have fulfilled the University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO) general education requirements. This provision does not apply to Associate of Science degrees.

The general education curriculum contains three categories:
*Fundamental Academic Skills (22.5 quarter hours/15 semester hours required)
*Distribution Requirements (39 quarter hours/26 semester hours required)
*Diversity Requirements (9 quarter hours/6 semester hours required)

This General Education Guide is not comprehensive. Check the UNO General Education webpage http://gened.unomaha.edu/approvedcourses.php for up to date information on approved courses and complete text of requirements. Courses are subject to change. Please visit http://www.unomaha.edu/general-education/ for up to date courses.

Last updated 05/20/2022

Fundamental Academic Skills
English & Writing
Take both courses listed below. An advanced writing course relevant to major will be required at UNO. (13.5 quarter hours/9 semester hours required)
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ENGL 1010 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (4.5) ENGL 1150 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (3)   
ENGL 1020 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II (4.5) ENGL 1160 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II (3)   
Quantitative Literacy
Optional if math ACT subscore is 23+ in the last two years. (4.5 quarter hours/3 semester hours required)
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MATH 1300 INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL AND COMPUTATIONAL THINKING (4.5) MATH 1120 INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL AND COMPUTATIONAL THINKING (3)   
MATH 1410 STATISTICS (4.5) STAT 1530 ELEMENTARY STATISTICS (3)   
MATH 1420 COLLEGE ALGEBRA (5) MATH 1220 COLLEGE ALGEBRA (3)   
PUBLIC SPEAKING
Choose one course listed below. (4.5 quarter hours/3 semester hours required)
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COMS 1110 PUBLIC SPEAKING (4.5) CMST 1110 PUBLIC SPEAKING FUNDS (3)   
COMS 1120 ARGUMENTATION AND DEBATE (4.5) CMST 2120 ARGUMENTATION AND DEBATE (3)   
DISTRIBUTION REQUIREMENTS
HUMANITIES & FINE ARTS
13.5 quarter hours/9 semester hours from at least 2 different disciplines required.
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ARCH 1000 APPRECIATION OF ARCHITECTURE (4.5) GENED-HUMNGE HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
ARCH 1010 VISUAL LITERACY AND GRAPHIC COMMUNICATION I (4.5) ART 1010 ART APPRECIATION (3)   
ARTS 1000 INTRODUCTION TO THE VISUAL ARTS (4.5) ART 1010 ART APPRECIATION (3)   
ARTS 1110 ART HISTORY-PREHISTORY TO 1400 (4.5) ART 2050 SURVEY OF WESTERN ART HISTORY I (3)   
ARTS 1120 ART HISTORY-1400 TO PRESENT (4.5) ART 2060 SURVEY OF WESTERN ART HISTORY II (3)   
ARTS 2230 NATIVE AMERICAN ART (4.5) GENED-HUMNGE HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
ENGL 1310 CREATIVE WRITING (4.5) WRWS 1500 INTRODUCTION TO CREATIVE WRITING (3)   
ENGL 2450 INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE (4.5) ENGL 1010 INTRODUCTION TO GENRE STUDIES: PROSE (3)   
ENGL 2460 INTRODUCTION TO SHORT STORIES (4.5) ENGL 2250 THE SHORT STORY (3)   
ENGL 2470 INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN’S LITERATURE (4.5) GENED-HUMNGE HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
ENGL 2490 INTRODUCTION TO LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURE (4.5) ENGL 2490 LATINO/A LITERATURE (3)   
ENGL 2510 AMERICAN LITERATURE I (4.5) ENGL 2450 AMERICAN LITERATURE I (3)   
ENGL 2520 AMERICAN LITERATURE II (4.5) ENGL 2460 AMERICAN LITERATURE II (3)   
ENGL 2530 ETHNIC LITERATURE (4.5) ENGL 2230 ETHNIC LITERATURE (3)   
ENGL 2610 BRITISH LITERATURE I (4.5) ENGL 2310 INTRODUCTION TO BRITISH LITERATURE I (3)   
ENGL 2620 BRITISH LITERATURE II (4.5) ENGL 2320 INTRODUCTION TO BRITISH LITERATURE II (3)   
FREN 1110 ELEMENTARY FRENCH I (7.5) FREN 1110 ELEMENTARY FRENCH I (5)   
GERM 1010 ELEMENTARY GERMAN I (7.5) GERM 1110 ELEMENTARY GERMAN I (5)   
HIST 1010 UNITED STATES HISTORY TO 1877 (4.5) HIST 1110 AMERICAN HISTORY TO 1865 (3)   
HIST 1020 U.S. HISTORY FROM 1865 TO PRESENT (4.5) HIST 1120 AMERICAN HISTORY SINCE 1865 (3)   
HIST 1050 INTRODUCTION TO BLACK HISTORY (4.5) BLST 2410 AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY I: TO 1865 (3)   
HIST 1110 WORLD CIVILIZATION FROM PREHISTORY TO 1500 (4.5) HIST 1000 WORLD CIVILIZATIONS I (3)   
HIST 1120 WORLD CIVILIZATION FROM 1500 TO PRESENT (4.5) HIST 1010 WORLD CIVILIZATIONS II (3)   
HIST 2050 MODERN EUROPE SINCE 1789 (4.5) GENED-CDGBHF GLOBAL CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
HIST 2200 LATIN AMERICAN HISTORY (4.5) GENED-HUMNGE HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
HUMS 1000 HUMANITIES THROUGH THE ARTS (4.5) GENED-HUMNGE HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT (1-12)   
HUMS 1100 CLASSICAL HUMANITIES (4.5) GENED-HUMNGE HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT (1-12)   
HUMS 1110 ORIGINS OF THE HUMANITIES (4.5) GENED-CDGBHF GLOBAL CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
HUMS 1120 THE HUMANITIES IN THE MEDIEVAL - RENAISSANCE WORLD (4.5) GENED-CDGBHF GLOBAL CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
HUMS 1130 THE HUMANITIES IN THE MODERN WORLD (4.5) GENED-CDGBHF GLOBAL CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
HUMS 1150 THE HUMANITIES IN THE NON-WESTERN WORLD (4.5) GENED-CDGBHF GLOBAL CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
HUMS 1160 THE HUMANITIES AND FOOD CULTURE (4.5) GENED-HUMNGE HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
HUMS 2310 FILM HISTORY AND APPRECIATION (4.5) THEA 1050 FILM HISTORY AND APPRECIATION (3)   
INFO 2800 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ETHICS (4.5) CIST 3110 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ETHICS (3)   
JAPN 1010 BEGINNING JAPANESE I (7.5) JAPN 1110 ELEMENTARY JAPANESE I (5)   
MUSC 1050 MUSIC APPRECIATION (4.5) MUS 1090 MUSIC APPRECIATION (3)   
PHIL 1010 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY (4.5) PHIL 1010 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY (3)   
PHIL 1100 CRITICAL REASONING (4.5) PHIL 1210 CRITICAL REASONING (3)   
PHIL 2030 INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS (4.5) PHIL 2030 INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS (3)   
PHIL 2200 INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE RELIGION (4.5) RELI 1010 INTRODUCTION TO WORLD RELIGIONS (3)   
PHIL 2400 PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE (4.5) GENED-HUMNGE HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
PHIL 2600 CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN PHILOSOPHY (4.5) GENED-HUMNGE HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
SOCI 1100 NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES (4.5) NAMS 1100 INTRODUCTION TO NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES (3)   
SPAN 1110 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I (7.5) SPAN 1110 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I (5)   
SPAN 2490 INTRODUCTION TO LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURE (4.5) ENGL 2490 LATINO/A LITERATURE (3)   
THEA 1000 INTRODUCTION TO THE THEATRE (4.5) THEA 1010 THEATRE APPRECIATION (3)   
THEA 2020 FUNDAMENTALS OF ACTING I (4.5) THEA 1300 ACTING I (3)   
THEA 2050 VOICE FOR THE ACTOR (4.5) THEA 1210 VOICE FOR THE ACTOR (3)   
VACA 2250 ART IN FILM (4.5) GENED-HUMNGE HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
SOCIAL SCIENCES
13.5 quarter hours/9 semester hours from at least 2 different disciplines required.
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ACCT 2800 ETHICS IN ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS (4.5) BSAD 2600 ETHICS IN ORGANIZATIONS (3)   
BSAD 1000 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS (4.5) MGMT 1500 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS (3)   
BSAD 2700 GLOBAL BUSINESS (4.5) BSAD 2700 GLOBALIZATION OF BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (3)   
BSAD 2800 ETHICS IN ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS (4.5) BSAD 2600 ETHICS IN ORGANIZATIONS (3)   
COMS 1220 COMMUNICATION IN SMALL GROUPS (4.5) CMST 2410 SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION AND LEADERSHIP (3)   
COMS 1300 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION (4.5) CMST 2010 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION (3)   
CRIM 1010 INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE (4.5) CRCJ 1010 SURVEY OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE (3 or 4)   
ECED 2050 CHILDREN WITH EXCEPTIONALITIES (4.5) SPED 1500 INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL EDUCATION (3)   
ECON 1000 MACROECONOMICS (4.5) ECON 2220 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS (MACRO) (3)   
ECON 1001 INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMIC PRINCIPLES (4.5) ECON 1200 AN INTRODUCTION TO THE U.S. ECONOMY (3)   
ECON 1100 MICROECONOMICS (4.5) ECON 2200 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS (MICRO) (3)   
EXPL 1000 EXPLORATORY STUDIES (4.5) EXPL 1000 EXPLORATORY STUDIES (3)   
GEOG 1010 FUNDAMENTALS OF GEOGRAPHY (4.5) GEOG 1000 FUNDAMENTALS OF WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY (3)   
GEOG 1020 WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY (4.5) GEOG 1000 FUNDAMENTALS OF WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY (3)   
GEOG 1050 INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN GEOGRAPHY (4.5) GEOG 1020 INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN GEOGRAPHY (3)   
HMRL 1010 HUMAN RELATIONS SKILLS (4.5) CMST 2010 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION (3)   
HMSV 1120 HELPING SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES (4.5) GENED-SSCIGE SOCIAL SCIENCE GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
HMSV 2120 SOCIAL SERVICES POLICY AND EXCEPTIONAL POPULATIONS (4.5) GENED-SSCIGE SOCIAL SCIENCE GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
HMSV 2150 MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING (4.5) GENED-CDGBSS GLOBAL CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL SCIENCES GENERAL ELECTIVE CREDIT   
INFO 2100 ORGANIZATIONS, APPLICATIONS, & TECHNOLOGY (4.5) CIST 2100 ORGANIZATIONS, APPLICATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY (3)   
LAWS 1101 INTRODUCTION TO LAW & THE LEGAL PROFESSION (4.5) PSCI 2180 INTRODUCTION TO LAW (3)   
PHIL 1030 PROFESSIONAL ETHICS (4.5) BSAD 2600 ETHICS IN ORGANIZATIONS (3)   
POLS 2050 AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT (4.5) PSCI 1100 INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT (3)   
POLS 2070 CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL AND POLITICAL ISSUES (4.5) PSCI 2110 INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC POLICY (3)   
PSYC 1010 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (4.5) PSYC 1010 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY I (3)   
PSYC 1110 PARENTING AND FAMILY PROBLEM SOLVING (4.5) GENED-SSCIGE SOCIAL SCIENCE GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
SOCI 1010 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY (4.5) SOC 1010 INTRODUCTORY SOCIOLOGY (3)   
SOCI 1250 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY (4.5) ANTH 1050 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY (3)   
SOCI 2050 CURRENT SOCIAL PROBLEMS (4.5) SOC 2100 SOCIAL PROBLEMS (3)   
SOCI 2060 MULTICULTURAL ISSUES (4.5) GENED-CDUSSS U.S. CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL SCIENCE GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
SOCI 2110 INTRODUCTION TO GERONTOLOGY (4.5) GERO 2000 INTRODUCTION TO GERONTOLOGY (3)   
SOCI 2160 MARITAL AND FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS (4.5) SOC 2150 SOCIOLOGY OF FAMILIES (3)   
SOWK 1010 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL WORK (4.5) SOWK 1000 SOCIAL WORK AND SOCIAL WELFARE (3)   
NATURAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES
10.5 quarter hours/7 semester hours from at least 2 disciplines with at least one lab required.
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BIOS 1010 GENERAL BIOLOGY (6.0) BIOL 1020 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY (4)   
BIOS 1111 BIOLOGY I (5)
BIOS 1121 BIOLOGY II (5)
BIOS 1130 BIOLOGY III (5)
BIOL 1450 BIOLOGY I (5)
BIOL 1750 BIOLOGY II (5)
  
BIOS 1250 ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY (4.5) BIOL 1330 ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY (3)   
BIOS 1400 INTRODUCTION TO BOTANY (4.5)
BIOS 1400L INTRODUCTION TO BOTANY LAB (0.0)
GENED-NL/LGE NATURAL SCIENCE LEC/LAB GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
CHEM 1010 COLLEGE CHEMISTRY (6) CHEM 1140 FUNDAMENTALS OF COLLEGE CHEMISTRY (4)
CHEM 1144 FUNDAMENTALS OF COLLEGE CHEMISTRY LABORATORY (1)
  
CHEM 1212 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I (6) CHEM 1180 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I (3 or 4)
CHEM 1184 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I LABORATORY (1)
  
FIST 1020 FIRE BEHAVIOR AND COMBUSTION (4.0) FSMT 1600 FUNDAMENTALS OF FIRE SCIENCE (3)   
GEOG 1150 INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY - WEATHER AND CLIMATE (6.0) GEOG 1030 INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY (4)   
GEOG 1150 INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY - WEATHER AND CLIMATE (6.0)
GEOG 1160 INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY - LANDFORMS (6.0)
GEOG 1030 INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY (4)
GEOG 1050 HUMAN-ENVIRONMENT GEOGRAPHY (4)
  
GEOG 1160 INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY - LANDFORMS (6.0) GEOG 1030 INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY (4)   
GEOG 1210 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY (6) GEOL 1170 INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOLOGY (4)   
HIMS 1310 INTRODUCTION TO ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY (4.5) GENED-NSCIGE NATURAL SCIENCE GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
HLSM 2430 PLANT PHYSIOLOGY (4.5) GENED-NL/LGE NATURAL SCIENCE LEC/LAB GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
HLTH 1050 NUTRITION IN THE LIFE CYCLE (4.5) HEKI 3090 APPLIED NUTRITION (3)   
PHYS 1010 APPLIED PHYSICS (4.5) PHYS 1030 PHYSICS OF EVERYDAY LIFE (3)
PHYS 1034 PHYSICS OF EVERYDAY LIFE LABORATORY (1)
  
PHYS 110A PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS IA (2.5)
PHYS 110B PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS IB (2.5)
PHYS 110C PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS IC (2.5)
PHYS 1110 GENERAL PHYSICS (4)
PHYS 1154 GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY I (1)
  
PHYS 210A GENERAL PHYSICS IA (2.5)
PHYS 210AL GENERAL PHYSICS IA LAB (0.0)
PHYS 210B GENERAL PHYSICS IB (2.5)
PHYS 210BL GENERAL PHYSICS IB LAB (0.0)
PHYS 210C GENERAL PHYSICS IC (2.5)
PHYS 210CL GENERAL PHYSICS IC LAB (0.0)
PHYS 1154 GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY I (1)
PHYS 2110 GENERAL - CALCULUS LEVEL (4)
  
SCIE 1010 PHYSICAL SCIENCE (6.0)
SCIE 1010L PHYSICAL SCIENCE LAB (0.0)
GENED-NL/LGE NATURAL SCIENCE LEC/LAB GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
SCIE 1300 ASTRONOMY (4.5) PHYS 1350 PRINCIPLES OF ASTRONOMY (3)   
SCIE 1310 ASTRONOMY LABORATORY (1.5) PHYS 1354 INTRODUCTORY ASTRONOMY LAB (1)   
SCIE 1400 INTRODUCTION TO METEOROLOGY (6.0)
SCIE 1400L INTRODUCTION TO METEOROLOGY LAB (0.0)
GENED-NL/LGE NATURAL SCIENCE LEC/LAB GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
DIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS
GLOBAL DIVERSITY
Select one course below. Courses double listed under the Diversity Requirement and other categories can meet 2 general education requirements.
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ARTS 1110 ART HISTORY-PREHISTORY TO 1400 (4.5) ART 2050 SURVEY OF WESTERN ART HISTORY I (3)   
ARTS 1120 ART HISTORY-1400 TO PRESENT (4.5) ART 2060 SURVEY OF WESTERN ART HISTORY II (3)   
ECON 2710 COMPARATIVE ECONOMICS (4.5) GENED-CDGLGE CULTURAL DIVERSITY-GLOBAL GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
FREN 1110 ELEMENTARY FRENCH I (7.5) FREN 1110 ELEMENTARY FRENCH I (5)   
GEOG 1010 FUNDAMENTALS OF GEOGRAPHY (4.5) GEOG 1000 FUNDAMENTALS OF WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY (3)   
GEOG 1020 WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY (4.5) GEOG 1000 FUNDAMENTALS OF WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY (3)   
GEOG 1050 INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN GEOGRAPHY (4.5) GEOG 1020 INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN GEOGRAPHY (3)   
GERM 1010 ELEMENTARY GERMAN I (7.5) GERM 1110 ELEMENTARY GERMAN I (5)   
HIST 1060 BLACK WOMEN IN THE UNITED STATES (4.5) BLST 1950 BLACK WOMEN IN AMERICA (3)   
HIST 1070 TRADITIONAL AND MODERN CHINA (4.5) HIST 2810 EAST ASIA: TRADITIONAL AND MODERN CHINA (3)   
HIST 1110 WORLD CIVILIZATION FROM PREHISTORY TO 1500 (4.5) HIST 1000 WORLD CIVILIZATIONS I (3)   
HIST 1120 WORLD CIVILIZATION FROM 1500 TO PRESENT (4.5) HIST 1010 WORLD CIVILIZATIONS II (3)   
HMSV 2150 MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING (4.5) GENED-CDGBSS GLOBAL CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL SCIENCES GENERAL ELECTIVE CREDIT   
HUMS 1110 ORIGINS OF THE HUMANITIES (4.5) GENED-CDGBHF GLOBAL CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
HUMS 1120 THE HUMANITIES IN THE MEDIEVAL - RENAISSANCE WORLD (4.5) GENED-CDGBHF GLOBAL CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
HUMS 1130 THE HUMANITIES IN THE MODERN WORLD (4.5) GENED-CDGBHF GLOBAL CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
HUMS 1150 THE HUMANITIES IN THE NON-WESTERN WORLD (4.5) GENED-CDGBHF GLOBAL CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
INFO 2805 NETWORK AND INFORMATION SECURITY BASICS (4.5)
INFO 2808 BOUNDARY PROTECTION (4.5)
CYBR 1100 INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION SECURITY (3)   
JAPN 1010 BEGINNING JAPANESE I (7.5) JAPN 1110 ELEMENTARY JAPANESE I (5)   
PHIL 2200 INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE RELIGION (4.5) RELI 1010 INTRODUCTION TO WORLD RELIGIONS (3)   
SPAN 1110 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I (7.5) SPAN 1110 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I (5)   
U.S. DIVERSITY
Select one course below. Courses double listed under the Diversity Requirement and other categories can meet 2 general education requirements.
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ARCH 1010 VISUAL LITERACY AND GRAPHIC COMMUNICATION I (4.5) ART 1010 ART APPRECIATION (3)   
ARTS 1000 INTRODUCTION TO THE VISUAL ARTS (4.5) ART 1010 ART APPRECIATION (3)   
ECED 2050 CHILDREN WITH EXCEPTIONALITIES (4.5) SPED 1500 INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL EDUCATION (3)   
EDUC 2030 HUMAN RELATIONS IN EDUCATION (4.5) TED 2200 HUMAN RELATIONS FOR BIAS-FREE CLASSROOMS (3)   
ENGL 2490 INTRODUCTION TO LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURE (4.5) ENGL 2490 LATINO/A LITERATURE (3)   
ENGL 2530 ETHNIC LITERATURE (4.5) ENGL 2230 ETHNIC LITERATURE (3)   
HIST 1010 UNITED STATES HISTORY TO 1877 (4.5) HIST 1110 AMERICAN HISTORY TO 1865 (3)   
HIST 1020 U.S. HISTORY FROM 1865 TO PRESENT (4.5) HIST 1120 AMERICAN HISTORY SINCE 1865 (3)   
HIST 1050 INTRODUCTION TO BLACK HISTORY (4.5) BLST 2410 AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY I: TO 1865 (3)   
SLIS 2201 HISTORY, PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY OF DEAFNESS (4.5) SPED 2200 HISTORY, PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY OF DEAFNESS (3)   
SOCI 1100 NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES (4.5) NAMS 1100 INTRODUCTION TO NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES (3)   
SOCI 2060 MULTICULTURAL ISSUES (4.5) GENED-CDUSSS U.S. CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL SCIENCE GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE CREDIT   
SOCI 2110 INTRODUCTION TO GERONTOLOGY (4.5) GERO 2000 INTRODUCTION TO GERONTOLOGY (3)   
SOWK 1010 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL WORK (4.5) SOWK 1000 SOCIAL WORK AND SOCIAL WELFARE (3)   
SOWK 2120 RACE, CLASS, AND GENDER (4.5) SOWK 2120 RACE, CLASS AND GENDER IN THE UNITED STATES (3)   
SPAN 2490 INTRODUCTION TO LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURE (4.5) ENGL 2490 LATINO/A LITERATURE (3)   


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