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BIB 110 Biblical Literature I (3 credit hours, Mon/Wed/Fri)
A course that has as its primary content the Old Testament, with special attention given to the law, the prophets and the history of Israel. Meets foundational core requirement.
ART 230 Art & Life (2 credit hours, Mon/Wed)
Lecture sessions focus upon works from several art forms, with the goal of developing students’ perceptual skills. A major focus of this course is experiencing art. Written critiques on selected events are part of the course curriculum. Meets a foundational core fine arts requirement.
ENG 110 College Composition (3 credit hours)
Practice in writing clear and effective prose through several expository modes, including a formal research paper. Brief review of grammar and mechanics as necessary, with concentration on analytical thinking. This course must be taken during the freshman year. Meets foundational core writing requirement. ENG 110 is a prerequisite to all other English courses except ENG 101, ENG 230, ENG 233, ENG 240, ENG 243, and ENG 250.
HIS 104 World History II (3 credit hours, Mon/Wed/Fri)
A survey of the early modern and modern world (AD 1500 to present), with attention given to international economic, political, and cultural contact, and its consequences for peoples and cultures. Meets the foundational core requirement for history.
HIS 125 History of US to 1877 (3 credit hours, Mon/Wed/Fri)
A survey of the social, political, and cultural development of the people of the United States from Reconstruction to the present. Meets the foundational core requirement for history.
PSY 100 Introductory Psychology (3 credit hours, Mon/Wed/Fri)
An introduction to the subject matter and methods of psychology. Topics on human development, personality, learning, sensation, perception, motivation, emotion, mental health and social psychology are considered. Meets foundational core general social science requirement.