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The Core Program

*NPS: Two Courses in Different Disciplines (BIO, CH, AN, PSY, CS, PHY, etc.) with at least one lab science

*IC: A single Interdisciplinary Colloquia will satisfy two Core Areas of Understanding

*GWR: Students must take at least one GWR course beyond their Power of Language - English course. Guided Writing and Research courses can be in any Core Area of Understanding (AU) other than Power of Language - English

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Course AU Course Description Department Notes
ART 105 CE   Drawing I Fine and Performing Arts   
ART 106 CE   Ceramics I Fine and Performing Arts   
ART 120 CE   Sculpture I Fine and Performing Arts   
ART 145 CE   Digital Photography (COM 145) Fine and Performing Arts/ Communications  
ART 204 CE   Fundamentals of Color and Design Fine and Performing Arts/ Communications  
COM 145 CE   Digital Photography (ART 145) Fine and Performing Arts/ Communications  
DA 101 CE   Introduction to Modern Dance Fine and Performing Arts   
DA 102 CE   Introduction to Ballet Fine and Performing Arts   
DA 202 CE   Ballet II Fine and Performing Arts   
DA 203 CE   Jazz Dance II Fine and Performing Arts   
EN 101 CE   Literature: Form and Performance English   
EN 170 CE   Ecology in Short Fiction (BIO 170 - NPS) English   
EN 180 CE   Introduction to Creative Writing English   
EN 281 CE GWR Writing & Analyzing the Short Story English   
MA 275 CE   Honors Mathematics in Music Mathematical and Computer Sciences  
MU 115 CE   Fundamentals at the Keyboard Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 245 CE   Introduction to Songwriting Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 268 CE   Voice Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 269 CE   Piano Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 270 CE   Organ Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 271 CE   Violin Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 272 CE   Viola Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 273 CE   Cello Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 274 CE   String Bass Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 275 CE   Guitar Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 276 CE   Flute Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 277 CE   Clarinet Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 278 CE   Oboe Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 279 CE   Bassoon Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 280 CE   Saxophone Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 281 CE   Trumpet Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 282 CE   French Horn Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 283 CE   Trombone Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 284 CE   Euphonium (Baritone Horn) Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 285 CE   Tuba Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 286 CE   Percussion Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 287 CE   Harp Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 361 CE   Concert Choir Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 363 CE   Community Chorus Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 364 CE   Women's Chorus Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 365 CE   Orchestra Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 369 CE   Symphonic Band Fine and Performing Arts  
TH 155 CE   Stagecraft Fine and Performing Arts  
TH 165 CE   Basic Acting Fine and Performing Arts  
TH 255 CE   Fundamentals of Theatrical Design Fine and Performing Arts  
COM 252 HUM   Multicultural Communication Communications  
EN 104 HUM   Introduction to Literature English  Focus: Drama, Fiction, and Poetry
EN 245 HUM GWR Growing Up in America English   
EN 251 HUM GWR Multicultural Literature English   
HEN 252 HUM GWR Honors Irony, Humor & Despair in Modern Literature English  New FA15: GWR status
HI 101 HUM   United States History to 1877 History  
HI 102 HUM   United States History Since 1877 History  
ILS 105 HUM   Exploring Interfaith Leadership & Service Interdisciplinary  
PCS 160 HUM   Conflict Dynamics and Transformation Interdisciplinary  
PCS 165 HUM   Peace, War, and Nonviolence Interdisciplinary  
PCS 260 HUM   Peace-building Themes and Trends Interdisciplinary  
PCS 265 HUM   Nonviolence in America Interdisciplinary  
PH 115 HUM   Ethics Politics, Philosophy and Legal Studies  
PH 234 HUM   Justice Through the Ages Politics, Philosophy and Legal Studies  
PH 235 HUM GWR Bioethics  Politics, Philosophy and Legal Studies  
PH 275 HUM   Science and values Politics, Philosophy and Legal Studies  
PH 370 HUM GWR Comparative Environmental Philosophy: Perspectives from the Americas on Environmental Thought Politics, Philosophy and Legal Studies Experimental Course
PH 370 HUM GWR Perspectives in Sustainability Politics, Philosophy and Legal Studies Experimental Course
PH 370 HUM GWR Philosophy of the City and Everyday Life Politics, Philosophy and Legal Studies Experimental Course
PS 220 HUM   The Good, the Free, and  the Powerful Politics, Philosophy and Legal Studies  
PS 225 HUM GWR Politics in Film and Fiction: Democracy in America Politics, Philosophy and Legal Studies  
PSY 209 HUM GWR Psyche and Film Psychology  
REL 103 HUM   Religion and Nonviolence Religious Studies  
REL 125 HUM   Shared Scripture of Jews and Christians Religious Studies  
REL 267 HUM   Radical Christianity Religious Studies  
TH 105 HUM   Introduction to Theatre Fine and Performing Arts  
MA 121 MA   Calculus I Mathematical and Computer Sciences Students placed into MA121R during the FA/SP 2014-15 Academic Year will continue to satisfy MA core with MA121R.
MA 251 MA   Probability and Statistics Mathematical and Computer Sciences  
AN 111 NCH   Understanding Human Cultures Sociology and Anthropology  
ART 240 NCH   A History of Japanese Art and Aesthetics (JA240) Modern Languages/Fine and Performing Arts  
ART 280 NCH   World Architecture Fine and Performing Arts  
EN 103 NCH   Literary Culture of the East English   
HI 111 NCH   History of Pre-Modern Asia History  
HI 112 NCH   History of Modern Asia History  
INT 170 NCH   The Arab Spring (PS 170) Interdisciplinary/ Politics, Philosophy and Legal Studies  
JA 240 NCH   A History of Japanese Art and Aesthetics (ART 240) Fine and Performing Arts/ Modern Languages  
JA 245 NCH GWR From Anime to Zen: Japanese Society, Business, and Culture Modern Languages   
MU 205 NCH GWR Music of Non-Western Cultures Fine and Performing Arts  
PCS 170 NCH   Peace and Conflict Studies in South Africa I & II Interdisciplinary  
PS 150 NCH   Introduction to Comparative Politics Politics, Philosophy and Legal Studies  
PS 170 NCH   The Arab Spring (INT 170) Interdisciplinary/ Politics, Philosophy and Legal Studies  
PS 245 NCH   International Relations Politics, Philosophy and Legal Studies  
REL 225 NCH GWR Hebrew Bible and Ancient Near East Religious Studies  
REL 290 NCH   Dharma Traditions: Hindu, Buddhist, Jain, and Sikh Religious Studies  
TH 210 NCH   World Cinema, WWII to 21st Century Fine and Performing Arts  
AN 201 NPS   Principles of Biological Anthropology Sociology and Anthropology NPS non-lab Science
BIO 101 NPS   Biological Concepts Biology NPS Lab Science
BIO 102 NPS   Human Heredity and Inherited Diseases Biology NPS Lab Science
BIO 103 NPS   Living with the Environment Biology NPS Lab Science
BIO 170 NPS   Ecology in Short Fiction (EN 170 - CE) English  NPS non-lab Science
BIO 200 NPS   Human Anatomy and Physiology: The Basics Biology  NPS Lab Science
CH 101 NPS   General Chemistry: Practical Principles Chemistry NPS Lab Science
CH 105 NPS   Fundamentals of Chemistry: Introduction to Molecular Science Chemistry NPS Lab Science
CH 109 NPS   Introduction to Forensic Science Chemistry NPS non-lab Science
CH 110 NPS   Introduction to Forensic Science Lab Chemistry NPS Lab Science: The Combo of CH 109 & 110 equates to one of two required NPS. 
CS 113 NPS   The Power and Beauty of Computing Mathematical and Computer Sciences NPS non-lab Science
ES 113 NPS   Earth in Space: Evolution of a Planet Engineering and Physics NPS Lab Science
ES 114 NPS   Geosystems: Landscapes, Oceans, and Atmosphere Engineering and Physics NPS Lab Science
ES 117 NPS   Climate Change and the Fate of Civilization Engineering and Physics NPS non-lab Science
HCH 207 NPS   Honors Chemistry and Politics of Cancer and AIDS Chemistry NPS Lab Science
PHY 105 NPS   How Things Work Engineering and Physics NPS Lab Science
PSY 111 NPS   Introduction to Neuroscience Psychology NPS non-lab Science
EN 100 PLE   Writing and Language English  Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.
EN 150 PLE   Advanced Writing and Language English  Students assigned to EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100, and those placed in EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150.
PH 110 PLE   Logic and Critical Thinking Politics Philosophy and Legal Students This course is open to students with advanced English placement (EN 150) as well as those who have already completed their PLE requirement.
ASL 105 PLO   American Sign Language Occupational Therapy  
CHN 111 PLO   Elementary Chinese I Modern Languages Please review the Department of Modern Language's Placement Policy
CHN 112 PLO   Elementary Chinese II Modern Languages Please review the Department of Modern Language's Placement Policy
CHN 211 PLO   Intermediate Chinese I Modern Languages Please review the Department of Modern Language's Placement Policy
CHN 212 PLO   Intermediate Chinese II Modern Languages Please review the Department of Modern Language's Placement Policy
FR 111 PLO   Elementary French I Modern Languages Please review the Department of Modern Language's Placement Policy
FR 112 PLO   Elementary French II Modern Languages Please review the Department of Modern Language's Placement Policy
FR 211 PLO   Intermediate French I Modern Languages Please review the Department of Modern Language's Placement Policy
FR 212 PLO   Intermediate French II Modern Languages Please review the Department of Modern Language's Placement Policy
GER 111 PLO   Elementary German I Modern Languages Please review the Department of Modern Language's Placement Policy
GER 112 PLO   Elementary German II Modern Languages Please review the Department of Modern Language's Placement Policy
GER 211 PLO   Intermediate German I Modern Languages Please review the Department of Modern Language's Placement Policy
GER 212 PLO   Intermediate German II Modern Languages Please review the Department of Modern Language's Placement Policy
JA 111 PLO   First Year Japanese I Modern Languages Please review the Department of Modern Language's Placement Policy
JA 112 PLO   First Year Japanese II Modern Languages Please review the Department of Modern Language's Placement Policy
JA 211 PLO   Second Year Japanese I Modern Languages Please review the Department of Modern Language's Placement Policy
JA 212 PLO   Second Year Japanese II Modern Languages Please review the Department of Modern Language's Placement Policy
LAT 111 PLO   Elementary Latin I English   
LAT 112 PLO   Elementary Latin II English   
REL 213 PLO   Biblical Hebrew Religious Studies  
REL 217  PLO   Introductory Sanskrit Religious Studies  
SP 111 PLO   Elementary Spanish I Modern Languages Please review the Department of Modern Language's Placement Policy
SP 112 PLO   Elementary Spanish II Modern Languages Please review the Department of Modern Language's Placement Policy
SP 211 PLO   Intermediate Spanish I Modern Languages Please review the Department of Modern Language's Placement Policy
SP 212 PLO   Intermediate Spanish II Modern Languages Please review the Department of Modern Language's Placement Policy
EC 101 SSC   Principles of Macroeconomics Business Effective: Fall 2016.  Course registrations prior to this date will NOT satisfy SSC Core. 
EC 102 SSC   Principles of Microeconomics Business Effective: Fall 2016.  Course registrations prior to this date will NOT satisfy SSC Core.
HI 235 SSC GWR Citizenship and Conscience History  
HSO 224 SSC GWR The Amish in Modern Society Sociology and Anthropology  
PS 111 SSC   American National Government Politics, Philosophy and Legal Studies  
PS 211 SSC GWR Political Psychology (PSY 211) Politics, Philosophy and Legal Studies / Psychology  
PS 215 SSC GWR Political Communication Politics, Philosophy and Legal Studies  
PSY 105 SSC   General Psychology Psychology  
PSY 211 SSC GWR Political Psychology (PS 211) Psychology/ Politics, Philosophy and Legal Studies  
REL 205 SSC GWR Scoping out Religions: Theories and Methods Religious Studies  
SO 101 SSC   Discovering Society Sociology and Anthropology  
SO 204 SSC   Population and Global Issues Sociology and Anthropology  
SW 160 SSC   Social Problems and Response of Social Welfare Institutions Social Work  
WGS 105 SSC   Sex and Gender in Society Interdisciplinary  
ART 155 WCH   Introduction to the History of Art I Fine and Performing Arts  
ART 157 WCH   Introduction to the History of Art II Fine and Performing Arts  
EN 102 WCH   Western Literary Culture English   
EN 220 WCH GWR British Literature: Medieval, Renaissance, or 18th Century (Pre-1800) English   
EN 230 WCH GWR British Literature: Romantic, Victorian, or Modern (Post-1800) English   
EN 240 WCH GWR American Literature: Revolution to Civil War, Realist, or Modern English   
FR 170 WCH   Introduction Francophone Literature and Film Modern Languages  
HEN 253 WCH GWR Gaelic and Anglo-Irish Ireland English  New FA15: GWR status
HI 114 WCH   Western Civilization I History  
HI 115 WCH   Western Civilization II History  
HREL 285 WCH GWR Amish, Brethren, and Mennonites Religious Studies  
MU 105 WCH   Introduction to Western Music Literature Fine and Performing Arts  
MU 125 WCH   American Popular Music from Ragtime to Rock Fine and Performing Arts  
PH 105 WCH   Introduction to Philosophy Politics, Philosophy, and Legal Studies  
PH 201 WCH   History of Western Philosophy I Politics, Philosophy, and Legal Studies  
PH 202 WCH   History of Western Philosophy II Politics, Philosophy, and Legal Studies  
PH 239 WCH GWR Philosophy and History of Physics Politics, Philosophy, and Legal Studies  
PS 205 WCH   Western Political Heritage Politics, Philosophy, and Legal Studies  
PS 240 WCH   Foundations of American Democracy Politics, Philosophy, and Legal Studies  
REL 101 WCH   Signifying Religion: An African American Worldview Religious Studies  
REL 226 WCH   The New Testament Religious Studies  
SO 170 WCH   Crime, Society and Interpretation Sociology and Anthropology  
IC 201 IC   Ecology in Short Fiction Interdisciplinary Colloquium Students will satisfy both CE & NPS-non Lab AU's upon successful completion of this course
IC 202 IC   Visualizing Women in 19th Western Art and Literature Interdisciplinary Colloquium Students will satisfy both HUM & WCH AU's upon successful completion of this course
IC 203 IC GWR Foundations of Modern Physics Interdisciplinary Colloquium Students will satisfy both WCH, NPS-non Lab, and GWR AU's upon successful completion of this course
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