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First-Year Seminar (GEC 101) (choose 1, 2 credit hours, 1st semester on campus) GEP 101 First Year Foundations UHC 110 Freshman Honors Seminar Written Communication & Info Literacy (GEC 102) ENG 110* Writing I (#) Oral Communication (GEC 103) COM 115 Fundamentals in Public Speaking (#)

GEC 104

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NATURAL WORLD at least 1 course from each box, 7-9 total credit hours 2 different course codes, at least 1 with a lab
Life Sciences (3-4 credit hours) BIO 100* Biological Sciences for Educators (lab) BIO 101 Biology in Your World BIO 111* Understanding Bio Sys Through Inq. (lab only) BIO 121* General Biology I (lab) BMS 100 Concepts & Issues in the Life Sciences BMS 105 Concepts & Lab in the Life Sciences (lab) BMS 110* Intro to Biomedical Sciences (lab) BMS 111* Intro to Lab in Biomedical Sci (lab only) GLG 115 Life of the Past Physical Sciences (3-5 credit hours) AST 113 Modern Astronomy AST 114 Survey of Astronomy AST 115 Basic Astronomy (lab) CHM 107 Chemistry for the Citizen CHM 108* Chemistry for the Citizen Lab CHM 116* Fundamentals of Chemistry CHM 117* Fundamentals of Chemistry Lab GLG 110 Principles of Geology (lab) GLG 171 Environmental Geology GRY 135 Principles of Weather & Climate (lab) GRY 142 Introductory Physical Geography (lab) PHY 100 Survey of Physics (lab) PHY 101* Physics by Inquiry for Educators (lab) PHY 123* Introduction to Physics I (lab) PHY 203* Foundations of Physics I (lab) 4(3-3) 3(3-0) 1(0-2) 4(3-3) 4(4-0) 4(3-2) 4(3-2) 1(0-2) 3(3-0) 3(3-0) 4(4-0) 4(3-2) 3(3-0) 1(0-2) 4(4-0) 1(0-2) 4(3-2) 3(3-0) 4(3-2) 4(3-2) 4(3-2) 4(2-6) 4(3-2) 5(4-2)
GEC 107 (no lab) GEC 106 (lab)

HUMAN CULTURES
4 different course codes from these boxes
Social & Behavioral Sciences (choose two, 6 credit hours) AGR 100 Food Security 3 ANT 125 Exploring Our Human Ancestry 3 CFD 155 Principles of Human Development 3 CFD 163 Relationships in Today's Families 3 ECO 155 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 ECO 165 Principles of Microeconomics 3 GRY 108 Principles of Sustainability 3 choose 2 MED 120 Mass Media & Society 3 classes PSY 121 Introductory Psychology 3 from this box REL 131 Religion in America 3 SOC 150 Introduction to Society 3 Humanities (choose one, 3 credit hours) AAS 100 Intro. to African-American Studies 3 ART 271* History of Western Art I 3 ART 272* History of Western Art II 3 ART 273* Surv. Art of Africa Oceania & Americas 3 ART 274* Survey of Asian Art 3 ENG 200 Great Books & Instant Classics 3 ENG 282 Literature by Women 3 ENG 283 Folklore & Cultural Engagement 3 HST 103 World History to Circa 1600 C.E. 3 HST 104 World History Since 1600 C.E. 3 LLT 121 Classical Mythology 3 MED 274 Introduction to Film 3 MUS 241 The Language of Music 3 PHI 110 Introducation to Philosophy 3 REL 101 Lit. & World Old Testament/Hebrew Bible 3 REL 102 Lit. & World of the New Testament 3 The Arts (choose one, 3 credit hours) ART 200 Art in Context 3 DAN 180 Introduction to the Dance 3 ENG 203* Creative Writing: Poetry 3 ENG 205* Creative Writing: Nonfiction 3 ENG 215* Creative Writing: Short Story 3 MUS 239 Introduction to World Music 3 THE 101 Intro to Theatre & Drama Arts 3

GEC 105

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Quantitative Literacy (choose one, 3-5 credit hours) MTH 130* Contemporary Mathematics MTH 135* College Algebra MTH 138* Pre-Calculus Mathematics MTH 181* Trigonometry MTH 261* Analytical Geometry & Calculus MTH 287* Computational Calculus w/Analytical Geometry

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Written Comm. & Integrative & Applied Learning (choose one) ENG 210* Writing II-Writing Across the Disciplines 3 ENG 221* Writing II-Writing for the Professions 3 ENG 310* Writing II-Writing for Grad & Prof Schools 3 ENG 321* Writing II-Beginning Technical Writing 3 GLG 358* Writing II-Reporting Geological Information 3 HST 210* Writing II-Historical Inquiry 3 NUR 472* Writing II-Nursing Research & Scholarly Writing 3

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
4 different course codes from these boxes
US & MO Constitutions/American History & Institutions (choose 1 from each box, 6 total credit hours) HST 121 Survey US History to 1877 3 or HST 122 Survey US History since 1877 3 PLS 101 American Democracy & Citizenship 3 Senate Bill #4 (graduation req.)-MO Constitution Study met w/PLS 101 @ MSU, GEN 040 transfer credit, or w/PLS 103 @ MSU

GEC 110

# - should be taken during first year
* - Courses marked with an asterisk (*) have a prerequisite. See the Undergraduate Catalog for course descriptions and specific prerequisites. Students may count no more than 3 classes with the same course code (examples: ENG, MTH, HST) toward the general education requirement.

Cultural Competence (choose one, 3 credit hours) ANT 100 World Cultures 3 ENG 289 Literature, Culture, Conflict 3 GRY 100 World Regional Geography 3 LLT 180 The Heroic Quest 3 MCL 200 Global Perspectives Lang. & Culture in Society 3 REL 100 Introduction to Religion 3 REL 210 Paths of World Religion 3 SWK 219 Human Diversity 3 Public Issues (choose one, 3 credit hours) CIS 200* Critical & Creative Thinking Using Info Tech 3 CSC 210* Public Affairs Issues in Computing 3 ECO 101* Economics of Social Issues 3 ENG 201* Public Issues in Popular Culture 3 ENG 222* Writing for Social Change 3 KIN 210* Healthy Lifestyles: Preventive Approaches 3(2-2) KIN 286* Ethics & Diversity in American Sport 3 PHI 105* Critical Thinking 3 PHI 115* Ethics & Contemporary Issues 3 PLN 100* Understanding Cities 3 NOTES:
GEC 116 GEC 115

BREADTH OF KNOWLEDGE

GEC 109 (no lab) GEC 108 (lab)

GENERAL EDUCATION WORKSHEET EFFECTIVE FALL 2014 45-49 credit hours updated 4/24/14

GEC 112

GEC 111

GEC 114

GEC 113

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