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Reasoning and Discourse 12 Credits
Oral Communication (3)
Computational Reasoning 9 Credits
Students may be placed in a higher level Mathematics course based on prior coursework, and any higher level Mathematics course will satisfy the requirement. For example, Computer Science requires MAT 113 .
Only Education majors may take MAT-120 and 121 to meet the Computational Reasoning Mathematics requirement.
* For Education Majors only
Foundational Studies 1 Credit
Health and Physical Fitness 3 Credits
Historical and Civic Perspectives 3 Credits
Humanities and Global Perspectives 6 Credits
Choose one course from Humanities List (3)
Religious, Philosophical, Ethical Perspectives List (3)
Natural and Physical Science (3)
Biology placement dependent on student’s major.
* Social Work majors should enroll in BIO-111 (3)
* Biology majors should enroll in BIO-114/115 (4)
Social and Behavioral Science 3 Credits
or other History or Civic Perspectives Elective
or other Humanities Elective
Or other Religious, Philosophical or Ethical Perspectives Elective