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1 Certified General Education Courses Rhetoric and Writing I ENGL 1010 Rhetoric and Composition I ENGL 1011 Rhetoric and Composition I with Writing Tutorial UHON 1010 Humanities I Rhetoric and Writing II ENGL 1020 Rhetoric and Composition II HIST 2100 Research and Writing in History UHON 1020 Humanities II The Fine Arts and Humanities Historical Understanding ART 2140 The History of Western Art from Prehistoric through Medieval ART 2150 The History of Western Art from Renaissance to the Present COMM 2200 Mass Media History ENGL 3230 African-American Slave Narrative Tradition HIST 1110 World History from Origins to 1400 HIST 1120 World History from 1400 to Present HIST 2010 United States to 1865 HIST 2020 United States since 1865 HIST 2030 History of Tennessee HIST 2210 Medieval Europe: c HIST 2220 Early Modern Europe: c HIST 2230 Modern Europe: c Present HIST 2410 Colonial and Revolutionary America HIST 2420 Early National and Antebellum America HIST 2430 The Era of Civil War and Reconstruction HIST 2440 Gilded Age to Jazz Age HIST 2450 Depression Era to Recent Times HIST 2460 History of the American South HIST 2610 History of Sub-Saharan Africa to c HIST 2620 History of Sub-Saharan Africa since 1800 HIST 2810 East Asia in the Pre-Modern World HIST 2820 East Asia in the Modern World HIST 2850 Colonial Latin America HIST 2860 Latin America from Independence to the Present HIST 2880 History of the Modern Middle East HUM 3230 African-American Slave Narrative Tradition IARC 1200 Survey of Architecture PHIL 1130 Western Humanities I REL 1100 Introduction to Western Religion UHON 3510r Topics in Historical Understanding Literature CLAS 1200 CLAS 3960 ENGL 1130 ENGL 1150 ENGL 1310 ENGL 1330 Legendary Rome: Epic Founders, Wicked Emperors, Saintly Martyrs Classical Mythology Western Humanities I Western Humanities II Values in 20 th -Century American Fiction Introduction to Literature

2 ENGL 2060r Topics in Literature ENGL 2070r Topics in Rhetoric ENGL 2080r Topics in Intellectual Inquiry ENGL 2210 Survey of English Literature to 1800 ENGL 2410 Western World Literature I ENGL 2420 Western World Literature II ENGL 2510r Popular Fiction ENGL 2520 African-American Literature ENGL 2530r Topics in Literature and War ENGL 2540 The Romantic Experience ENGL 2700 Creative Writing ENGL 3210 American Women Writers ENGL 3230 African-American Slave Narrative Tradition ENGL 3560 African Literature HUM 2520 African-American Literature HUM 2540 The Romantic Experience HUM 3230 African-American Slave Narrative Tradition MLNG 1050 Knights of the Round Table in Film and Legend MLNG 3100 Masterpieces of Germanic Literature in Translation PHIL 2310 Existentialism REL 2210 Biblical Literature I: Old Testament REL 2220 Biblical Literature II: New Testament UHON 1010 Humanities I UHON 3520r Topics in Literature WSTU 3210 American Women Writers Thought, Values and Beliefs CLAS 1200 Legendary Rome: Epic Founders, Wicked Emperors, Saintly Martyrs CLAS 3960 Classical Mythology COMM 3550 Documentary I: History, Theory and Practice CPSC 3610 Ethical and Social Issues in Computing ENGL 1130 Western Humanities I ENGL 1150 Western Humanities II ENGL 2080r Topics in Intellectual Inquiry ENGR 3010 The Ethics of Contemporary and Emerging Technologies HIST 1110 World History from the Origins to 1400 HIST 3420 Gender, Sex, and Society MLNG 1050 Knights of the Round Table in Film and Legend PHIL 1010 Western Philosophical Traditions I PHIL 1020 Western Philosophical Traditions II PHIL 1130 Western Humanities I PHIL 1200 World Philosophy (New Certification) PHIL 2010 Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 2120 Introduction to Asian Philosophy PHIL 2210 Introduction to Ethics PHIL 2250 Biomedical Ethics PHIL 2260 Sports Ethics PHIL 2310 Existentialism PHIL 2350 Popular Culture, Religion, and Philosophy (New Certification) PHIL 4250 Ethics and the Professions

3 POLS 1040 Politics, Culture and Society: Non-Western Views POLS 3120 Political Philosophy I POLS 3130 Political Philosophy II REL 1030 Introduction to the Study of Religion REL 1100 Introduction to Western Religions REL 2110 Religions of the East REL 2120 Introduction to Asian Philosophy REL 2130 A History of Judaism REL 2140 The History of Christianity REL 2210 Biblical Literature I: Old Testament REL 2220 Biblical Literature II: New Testament REL 2350 Popular culture, Religion, and Philosophy (New Certification) REL 2360 Religion in American Life REL 3200 Religions of India THSP 2300 Contemporary Francophone Cinema UHON 1020 Humanities II UHON 3530r Topics in Thought, Values and Beliefs WSTU 3420 Gender, Sex, and Society Visual and Performing Arts ART 1110 Introduction to Art ART 2140 The History of Western Art from Prehistoric through Medieval ART 2150 The History of Western Art from Renaissance to the Present ART 3010 Art Structure COMM 2250 Television and Pop Culture COMM 3550 Documentary I: History, Theory and Practice ENGL 2700 Creative Writing HUM 3110 Musics of the World MLNG 1500 World Cinema MUS 1110 Introduction to Music MUS 3110 Musics of the World MUS 3130 America s Musical Heritage MUS 3170 Survey of Jazz MUS 3200 African American Music: An Introduction THSP 1110 Introduction to the Theatre THSP 1130 Introduction to Dance THSP 1150 Theatre: Introduction to Performance THSP 2300 Contemporary Francophone African Cinema THSP 2800 Introduction to Film UHON 3540r Topics in Visual and Performing Arts The Natural Sciences Laboratory Science Courses ANTH 1100 ASTR 1010 and 1010L ASTR 1020 and 1020L BIOL 1110 BIOL 1120 BIOL 2100 Biological Anthropology Introduction to Astronomy: The Solar System & Lab Introduction to Astronomy: Stars to Galaxies & Lab Principles of Biology I Principles of Biology II Microbiology and Health

4 CHEM 1019 Light and Life CHEM 1110 and 1110L General Chemistry I and Lab CHEM 1120 and 1120L General Chemistry II and Lab ESC 1500 Introduction to Environmental Science I ESC 1510 Introduction to Environmental Science II GEOL 1110 and 1110L Physical Geology and Lab GEOL 1120 and 1120L Historical Geology and Lab GNSC 1110 and 1110L The Physical Environment: Atoms to Galaxies and Lab PHYS 1019 Light and Life PHYS 1030 and 1030L General Physics: Mechanics and Heat and Lab PHYS 1040 and 1040L General Physics: Electromagnetism and Optics and Lab PHYS 2300 and 2300L Principles of Physics: Mechanics and Heat and Lab PHYS 2310 and 2310L Principles of Physics: Electricity and Magnetism and Lab UHON 3565r Topics in Natural Sciences (Lab) Non-Lab Science Courses ASTR 1010 Introduction to Astronomy: The Solar System BIOL 1100 Conservation and Biodiversity ENGR 2110 Pollutions Controls ESC 1100 Conservation and Biodiversity GEOG 1010 Physical Geography (New Certification) GEOL 1025 Geology of the National Parks GEOL 1160 Current Geological Perspectives on Earth GEOL 2250 Oceanography GNSC 1150 Science and Society INTS 1110 Science of Sustainability (New Certification) UHON 3560r Topics in Natural Sciences (Non-Lab) Behavioral and Social Sciences ANTH 1000 Mysteries of the Human Journey ANTH 1400 Archaeology COMM 3200 Mass Communication Perspectives CRMJ 1100 Introduction to the Criminal Justice System CRMJ 2950 Violence Against Women ECON 1010 Principles of Economics: Macroeconomics ECON 1020 Principles of Economics: Microeconomics GEOG 1040 Cultural Geography HHP 4070 Sociology and Psychology of Exercise Science and Leisure Sports POLS 1010 American Government POLS 1020 World Politics POLS 1030 Controversies in Public Policy PSY 1010 Introduction to Psychology PSY 2410 Psychology of Individual Differences SOC 1250 Sociology of Social Problems SOC 1510 Introduction to Sociology SOC 2150 Sociology of the Family SOCW 2050 Introduction to Social Policy: A Child and Family Perspective SOCW 2100 Family Experience: Ethnicity, Race, Class and Gender UHON 3550r Topics in Behavioral and Social Sciences WSTU 2000 Introduction to Women's Studies

5 Mathematics MATH 1010 Mathematics in Our Modern World MATH 1130 College Algebra MATH 1710 Precalculus I MATH 1830 Calculus for Management, Life, and Social Sciences MATH 1950 Calculus with Analytical Geometry I MATH 2160 Mathematics for Elementary and Middle School Teachers II UHON 3570r Topics in Mathematics Statistics ENGR 2220 Probability and Statistics for Engineering HHP 4010 Measurement/Evaluation in Exercise Science and Leisure Sports MATH 2100 Introductory Statistics MATH 3100 Applied Statistics MATH 4140 Mathematical Statistics MGT 2110 Statistical Methods for Business I PANM 2050 Introduction to Statistics in PANM PSY 2010 Research Methodology: Introductory Statistics in Psychology SOC 2500 Social Statistics UHON 3580r Topics in Statistics Non-Western Culture ANTH 1200 Cultural Anthropology ENGL 3560 African Literature GEOG 1030 World Geography HIST 1110 World History from the Origins to 1400 HIST 1120 World History from 1400 to the Present HIST 2610 History of Sub-Saharan Africa to c HIST 2620 History of Sub-Saharan Africa since 1800 HIST 2810 East Asia in the Pre-Modern World HIST 2820 East Asia in the Modern World HIST 2850 Colonial Latin America HIST 2860 Latin America from Independence to the Present HIST 2880 History of the Modern Middle East HUM 3110 Musics of the World MUS 3110 Musics of the World PHIL 1200 World Philosophy (New Certification) PHIL 2120 Introduction to Asian Philosophy POLS 1040 Politics, Culture and Society: Non-Western Views POLS 2430 Comparative Government REL 2110 Religions of the East REL 2120 Introduction to Asian Philosophy REL 3200 Religions of India THSP 2300 Contemporary Francophone African Cinema UHON 3590r Topics in Non-Western Culture

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