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Approved ES Courses Fall 2015 and Spring 2016
To use a course to meet your Essential Studies (ES) requirements, it must be on the approved list in the semester you take it. This is important because the curriculum may change. A course that was on the approved list in the past may have been modified to meet a different ES requirement or it could have been dropped.
Breadth of Knowledge
You must complete at least 9 credit hours in each of the following four Breadth of Knowledge areas.
9 semester credits min.
Students must take ENGL 110 and ENGL 130; and 3 credits of oral communication.
|Course Number||Course Name||Credits|
|ENGL 110||College Composition I||3|
|ENGL 130||Composition II: Writing for Public Audiences||3|
|Oral Communication Courses|
|COMM 110||Fundamentals of Public Speaking||3|
|RHS 200||Helping Skills in Community Service||3|
|GEOL 356||Geoscience Lectures||1|
|GEOL 421||Seminar I||1|
|GEOL 422||Seminar II||1|
|CHE 412||Plant Design II: Process Project Engineering||5|
|EE 481||Senior Design II||3|
|ME 488||Engineering Design||3|
9 semester credits min. Must be taken in a mim. of 2 departments. Some of these courses are also approved to meet one of the Special Emphasis requirements.
Arts and Humanities
9 semester credits min. Must be taken in a mim. of 2 departments and also must include 3 credits designated as Fine Arts and 3 credits designated as Humanities. Some of these courses are also approved to meet one of the Special Emphasis requirements.
Mathematics, Science and Technology
9 semester credits min. Must be taken in a minimum of 2 departments and must include a 4-hour science course with a lab. Lab courses are designated with an L. Some of these courses are also approved to meet the Special Emphasis requirement in Quantitative Reasoning (Q).