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1 Comprehensive Articulation Agreement NC Community College Equivalent Courses Transfer Course List NC Community College Courses Effective Fall 2014 ACA 122 College Transfer Success FRST 100 University Survival ACC 120 Prin of Financial Accounting ACCT 221 Principles of Accounting I ACC 121 Prin of Managerial Accountimg ACCT 222 Principles of Accounting II ANT 210 General Anthropology SOCI 200 Introduction to Anthropology ANT 220 Cultural Anthropology SOCI 300 Topics Cultural Anthropology ANT 221 Comparative Cultures SOCI Elective Comparative Cultures ANT 240 Archaeology SOCI Elective Archaeology ANT 240A Archaeology Field Lab SOCI Elective Archaeology Field Lab ANT 245 World Prehistory SOCI Elective World Prehistory ARA 111 Elementary Arabic I FOLA Elective Elementary Arabic I ARA 112 Elementary Arabic II FOLA Elective Elementary Arabic II ARA 181 Arabic Lab I FOLA Elective Arabic Lab I ARA 182 Arabic Lab II FOLA Elective Arabic Lab II ARA 211 Intermediate Arabic I FOLA Elective Intermediate Arabic I ARA 212 Intermediate Arabic II FOLA Elective Intermediate Arabic II ART 111 Art Appreciation ART 224 Art Appreciation ART 113 Art Methods and Materials ART 405 Materials and Techniques ART 114 Art History Survey I ART 218 Art History I ART 115 Art History Survey II ART 219 Art History II ART 116 Survey of American Art ART Elective Survey of American Art ART 117 Non-Western Art History ART Elective Non-Western Art History ART 118 Art by Women ART Elective Art by Women ART 121 Two Dimensional Design ART 226 Design I ART 122 Three Dimensional Design ART 227 Design II ART 130 Basic Drawing ART Elective Basic Drawing ART 131 Drawing I ART 100 Basic Drawing and Composition ART 132 Drawing II ART Elective Drawing II ART 135 Figure Drawing I ART 229 Anatomy and Figure Drawing ART 140 Basic Painting ART Elective Basic Painting ART 171 Computer Art I ART Elective Computer Art I ART 212 Gallery Assistantship I ART Elective Gallery Assistantship I ART 213 Gallery Assistantship II ART Elective Gallery Assistantship II ART 214 Portfolio and Resume ART Elective Portfolio and Resume ART 222 Wood Design I ART Elective Wood Design I ART 231 Printmaking I ART 524 Introduction to Graphic Arts ART 232 Printmaking II ART 525 Lithography and Serigraphy ART 235 Figure Drawing II ART Elective Figure Drawing II ART 240 Painting I ART 528 Painting I ART 241 Painting II ART 529 Painting II ART 242 Landscape Painting ART Elective Landscape Painting ART 243 Portrait Painting ART Elective Portrait Painting ART 244 Watercolor ART 222 Watercolor ART 245 Metals I ART Elective Metals I ART 246 Metals II ART Elective Metals II

2 ART 247 Jewelry I ART Elective Jewelry I ART 248 Jewelry II ART Elective Jewelry II ART 250 Surface Design: Textiles ART Elective Surface Design: Textiles ART 251 Weaving I ART Elective Weaving I ART 252 Weaving II ART Elective Weaving II ART 260 Photography Appreciation ART Elective Photography Appreciation ART 261 Photography I ART Elective Photography I ART 262 Photography II ART Elective Photography II ART 264 Digital Photography I ART Elective Digital Photography I ART 265 Digital Photography II ART Elective Digital Photography II ART 266 Videography I ART Elective Videography I ART 267 Videography II ART Elective Videography II ART 271 Computer Art II ART Elective Computer Art II ART 275 Intro to Commercial Art ART Elective Intro to Commercial Art ART 281 Sculpture I ART 402 Basic Sculpture ART 282 Sculpture II ART Elective Sculpture II ART 283 Ceramics I ART 401 Ceramics ART 284 Ceramics II ART Elective Ceramics II ART 285 Ceramics III ART Elective Ceramics III ART 286 Ceramics IV ART Elective Ceramics IV ART 288 Studio ART Elective Studio ASL 111 Elementary ASL I SPCH 258 Sign Language I ASL 112 Elementary ASL II SPCH Elective Elementary ASL II ASL 181 ASL Lab 1 SPCH Elective ASL Lab 1 ASL 182 ASL Lab 2 SPCH Elective ASL Lab 2 ASL 211 Intermediate ASL I SPCH Elective Intermediate ASL I ASL 212 Intermediate ASL II SPCH Elective Intermediate ASL II ASL 281 ASL Lab 3 SPCH Elective ASL Lab 3 ASL 282 ASL Lab 4 SPCH Elective ASL Lab 4 AST 111 Descriptive Astronomy PHYS Elective Descriptive Astronomy AST 111A Descriptive Astronomy Lab PHYS Elective Descriptive Astronomy Lab AST 151 General Astronomy I PHYS 101 Introduction to Astronomy AST 151A General Astronomy I Lab PHYS Elective General Astronomy I Lab AST 152 General Astronomy II PHYS Elective General Astronomy II AST 152A General Astronomy II Lab PHYS Elective General Astronomy II Lab AST 251 Observational Astronomy PHYS Elective Observational Astronomy BIO 110 Principles of Biology BIOL 100 Biological Science BIO 111 General Biology I BIOL 101 Concepts in Biology I BIO 112 General Biology II BIOL 102 Concepts of Biology II BIO 120 Introductory Botany BIOL 240 General Botany BIO 130 Introductory Zoology BIOL 160 General Zoology BIO 140 Environmental Biology BIOL 410 Ecology BIO 140A Environmental Biology Lab BIOL Elective Environmental Biology Lab BIO 143 Field Biology Minicourse BIOL Elective Field Biology Minicourse BIO 145 Ecology BIOL 410 Ecology BIO 146 Regional Natural History BIOL Elective Regional Natural History BIO 150 Genetics in Human Affairs BIOL Elective Genetics in Human Affairs BIO 155 Nutrition BIOL Elective Nutrition BIO 163 Basic Anat & Physiology BIOL 361 Human Anatomy & Physiology BIO 165 Anatomy and Physiology I BIOL Elective Anatomy and Physiology I BIO 166 Anatomy and Physiology II BIOL Elective Anatomy and Physiology II BIO 168 Anatomy and Physiology I BIOL Elective Anatomy and Physiology I BIO 169 Anatomy and Physiology II BIOL 361 Anatomy and Physiology II BIO 175 General Microbiology BIOL Elective General Microbiology BIO 180 Biological Chemistry BIOL Elective Biological Chemistry

3 BIO 224 Local Flora Spring BIOL Elective Local Flora Spring BIO 230 Entomology BIOL 467 General Entomology BIO 242 Natural Resource Conserva BIOL Elective Natural Resource Conserva BIO 243 Marine Biology BIOL Elective Marine Biology BIO 250 Genetics BIOL 466 Principles of Genetics BIO 265 Cell Biology BIOL 405 Cell Biology BIO 271 Pathophysiology BIOL Elective Pathophysiology BIO 275 Microbiology BIOL 220 Basic Microbiology BIO 280 Biotechnology BIOL Elective Biotechnology BUS 110 Introduction to Business BUAD 220 Business Environment BUS 115 Business Law I BUAD 361 Legal Environment of Business BUS 137 Principles of Management MGT 422 Principles of Management BUS 228 Business Statistics ECON 305 Elementary Statistics CHI 111 Elementary Chinese I FOLA Electve Elementary Chinese I CHI 112 Elementary Chinese II FOLA Electve Elementary Chinese II CHI 181 Chinese Lab I FOLA Electve Chinese Lab I CHI 182 Chinese Lab II FOLA Electve Chinese Lab II CHI 211 Intermediate Chinese I FOLA Electve Intermediate Chinese I CHI 212 Intermediate Chinese II FOLA Electve Intermediate Chinese II CHM 115 Concepts in Chemistry CHEM Elective Concepts in Chemistry CHM 115A Concepts in Chemistry Lab CHEM Elective Concepts in Chemistry Lab CHM 130 Gen, Org, & Biochemistry CHEM Elective Gen, Org, & Biochemistry CHM 130A Gen, Org, & Biochemistry Lab CHEM Elective Gen, Org, & Biochemistry Lab CHM 131 Introduction to Chemistry CHEM 104 General Chemistry IV CHM 131A Introduction to Chemistry Lab CHEM 114 General Chemistry IV Lab CHM 132 Organic and Biochemistry CHEM 105 Organic and Biochemistry CHM 135 Survey of Chemistry I CHEM Elective Survey of Chemistry I CHM 136 Survey of Chemistry II CHEM Elective Survey of Chemistry II CHM 151 General Chemistry I CHEM 106 General Chemistry VI CHM 152 General Chemistry II CHEM 107 General Chemistry VII CHM 251 Organic Chemistry I CHEM 221 Organic Chemistry I CHM 252 Organic Chemistry II CHEM 222 Organic Chemistry II CHM 263 Analytical Chemistry CHEM Elective Analytical Chemistry CHM 271 Biochemical Principles CHEM Elective Biochemical Principles CHM 271A Biochemical Principles Lab CHEM Elective Biochemical Principles Lab CIS 110 Intro to Computers COMP 120 Computers and Their Use CIS 115 Intro to Prog & Logic COMP Elective Intro to Prog & Logic CJC 111 Intro to Criminal Justice CRJS 200 Critical Criminology CJC 121 Law Enforcement Operation CRJS 310 Policing: Adminis and Process CJC 141 Corrections CRJS 330 Corrections COM 110 Introduction to Communication SPCH 250 Speech Fundamentals COM 111 Voice and Diction I SPCH 116 Voice and Diction Lab I COM 120 Intro Interpersonal Com SPCH 316 Interpersonal Communication COM 130 Nonverbal Communication SPCH Elective Nonverbal Communication COM 140 Intro Intercultural Com SPCH 314 Intercultural Communication COM 150 Intro. to Mass Communication SPCH Elective Intro. to Mass Communication COM 160 Small Group Communication SPCH 461 Small Group Communciation COM 231 Public Speaking SPCH 251 Public Speaking COM 251 Debate I SPCH 252 Argumentation Debate CSC 120 Computing Fundamentals I COMP 101 Intro to Computer Science CSC 130 Computing Fundamentals II COMP Elective Computing Fundamentals II

4 CSC 134 C++ Programming ITT 237 Applied C++Programming I CSC 139 Visual BASIC Prog ITT 239 Applied Visual Basic Program CSC 151 JAVA Programming ITT 240 Applied JAVA Programming CSC 239 Adv Visual BASIC Prog ITT Elective Adv Visual BASIC Prog CTS 115 Info Sys Business Concept COMP Elective Info Sys Business Concept DAN 110 Dance Appreciation HPED Elective Dance Appreciation DFT 170 Engineering Graphics INEN 102 Graphical Visualization for IE DRA 111 Theatre Appreciation THEA 360 Intro to Drama and Theatre DRA 112 Literature of the Theatre THEA Elective Literature of the Theatre DRA 115 Theatre Criticism THEA Elective Theatre Criticism DRA 120 Voice for Performance THEA Elective Voice for Performance DRA 122 Oral Interpretation SPCH 422 Oral Reading & Interpretation DRA 124 Readers Theatre THEA Elective Readers Theatre DRA 126 Storytelling THEA Elective Storytelling DRA 128 Children's Theatre THEA Elective Children's Theatre DRA 130 Acting I THEA 211 Acting I DRA 131 Acting II THEA 212 Acting II DRA 132 Stage Movement THEA 214 Theatre Movement I DRA 135 Acting for the Camera I THEA Elective Acting for the Camera I DRA 136 Acting for the Camera II THEA Elective Acting for the Camera II DRA 140 Stagecraft I THEA 241 Stagecraft DRA 141 Stagecraft II THEA Elective Stagecraft II DRA 142 Costuming THEA Elective Costuming DRA 145 Stage Make-up THEA Elective Stage Make-up DRA 170 Play Production I THEA Elective Play Production I DRA 171 Play Production II THEA Elective Play Production II DRA 175 Teleplay Production I THEA Elective Teleplay Production I DRA 211 Theatre History I THEA 464 History of the Theatre I DRA 212 Theatre History II THEA 465 History of the Theatre II DRA 230 Acting III THEA 415 Acting III DRA 231 Acting IV THEA 416 Acting IV DRA 240 Lighting for the Theatre THEA Elective Lighting for the Theatre DRA 260 Directing THEA 422 Directing I DRA 270 Play Production III THEA Elective Play Production III DRA 271 Play Production IV THEA Elective Play Production IV ECO 151 Survey of Economics ECON Elective Survey of Economics ECO 251 Prin of Microeconomics ECON 200 Principles of Economics-Micro ECO 252 Prin of Macroeconomics ECON 201 Principles of Economics-Macro EDU 216 Foundations in Education ELED Elective Foundations in Education EDU 221 Children with Exceptional ELED Elective Children with Exceptional EGR 120 Eng and Design Graphics GEEN Elective Eng and Design Graphics EGR 150 Intro to Engineering GEEN 100 Engineering Design & Ethics EGR 210 Intro to Elect/Com Eng La GEEN Elective Intro to Elect/Com Eng La EGR 212 Logic System Design I GEEN Elective Logic System Design I EGR 215 Network Theory I GEEN Elective Network Theory I EGR 216 Logic and Networks Lab I GEEN Elective Logic and Networks Lab I EGR 220 Engineering Statics MEEN 335 Mechanic I Statics EGR 225 Engineering Dynamics MEEN 337 Mechanics II, Dynamics EGR 228 Intro to Solid Mechanics GEEN Elective Intro to Solid Mechanics

5 ENG 111 Writing & Inquiry ENGL 100 Ideas & Their Expressions I ENG 112 Writing/Research in the Disciplines ENGL 101 Ideas & Their Expressions II ENG 113 Literature-Based Research ENGL 101 Ideas & Their Expressions II ENG 114 Prof Research and Reporting ENGL 101 Ideas & Their Expressions II ENG 125 Creative Writing I ENGL Elective Creative Writing I ENG 126 Creative Writing II ENGL Elective Creative Writing II ENG 131 Introduction to Literature ENGL 210 Intro to Literary Studies ENG 132 Introduction to Drama ENGL 401 Survey Dramatic Lit II ENG 134 Introduction to Poetry ENGL Elective Introduction to Poetry ENG 231 American Literature I ENGL 430 American Literature I ENG 232 American Literature II ENGL 431 American Literature II ENG 233 Major American Writers ENGL Elective Major American Writers ENG 235 Survey of Film as Literature ENGL Elective Survey of Film as Literature ENG 241 British Literature I ENGL 220 English Literature I ENG 242 British Literature II ENGL 221 English Literature II ENG 243 Major British Writers ENGL Elective Major British Writers ENG 251 Western World Literature I ENGL Elective Western World Literature I ENG 252 Western World Literature II ENGL Elective Western World Literature II ENG 253 The Bible as Literature ENGL Elective The Bible as Literature ENG 261 World Literature I ENGL 230 World Literature I ENG 262 World Literature II ENGL 231 World Literature II ENG 271 Contemporary Literature ENGL 200 Survey of Humanities I ENG 272 Southern Literature ENGL Elective Southern Literature ENG 273 African-American Literature ENGL 333 Survey Afri-Amer Lit I ENG 274 Literature by Women ENGL 241 Women writers ENG 275 Science Fiction ENGL Elective Science Fiction FRE 111 Elementary French I FREN 101 Elementary French I FRE 112 Elementary French II FREN 102 Elementary French II FRE 141 Culture and Civilization FREN Elective Culture and Civilization FRE 151 Francophone Literature FREN Elective Francophone Literature FRE 161 Cultural Immersion FREN Elective Cultural Immersion FRE 181 French Lab 1 FREN Elective French Lab 1 FRE 182 French Lab 2 FREN Elective French Lab 2 FRE 211 Intermediate French I FREN 201 Intermediate French I FRE 212 Intermediate French II FREN 202 Intermediate French II FRE 221 French Conversation FREN Elective French Conversation FRE 231 Reading and Composition FREN Elective Reading and Composition FRE 281 French Lab 3 FREN Elective French Lab 3 FRE 282 French Lab 4 FREN Elective French Lab 4 GEL 111 Introductory Geology ENVS 201 The Earth's Environment GEL 113 Historical Geology EASC Elective Historical Geology GEL 120 Physical Geology EASC 309 Elements of Physical Geology GEL 230 Environmental Geology EASC Elective Environmental Geology GEO 110 Introduction to Geography GEOG 200 Principles of Geography GEO 111 World Regional Geography GEOG 210 World Regional Geography GEO 112 Cultural Geography GEOG Elective Cultural Geography GEO 130 General Physical Geography GEOG 200 Principles of Geography GEO 131 Physical Geography I GEOG 200 Principles of Geography GER 111 Elementary German I GERM 101 Elementary German I GER 112 Elementary German II GERM 102 Elementary German II GER 141 Culture and Civilization GERM 207 German Cul around the World GER 161 Cultural Immersion GERM Elective Cultural Immersion

6 GER 181 German Lab 1 GERM Elective German Lab 1 GER 182 German Lab 2 GERM Elective German Lab 2 GER 211 Intermediate German I GERM 201 Intermediate German I GER 212 Intermediate German II GERM 202 Intermediate German II GER 221 German Conversation GERM 305 Conversational German GER 231 Reading and Composition GERM 203 German Readings in Translation GER 281 German Lab 3 GERM Elective German Lab 3 GER 282 German Lab 4 GERM Elective German Lab 4 GIS 111 Introduction to GIS BIOE 216 Geographic Information Systems HEA 110 Personal Health/Wellness HPED 200 Personal Health HEA 112 First Aid & CPR HPED 342 First Aid and Safety HEA 120 Community Health HPED 220 Community Health HIS 111 World Civilizations I HIST 206 Pre-Modern World History HIS 112 World Civilizations II HIST 207 Modern World History HIS 115 Intro to Global History HIST 435 Contemporary World History HIS 116 Current World Problems HIST Elective Current World Problems HIS 121 Western Civilization I HIST 206 Pre-Modern World History HIS 122 Western Civilization II HIST 207 Modern World History HIS 131 American History I HIST 204 US History From HIS 132 American History II HIST 205 U.S. History Since 1877 HIS 141 Genealogy & Local History HIST Elective Genealogy & Local History HIS 145 The Second World War HIST Elective The Second World War HIS 151 Hispanic Civilization HIST Elective Hispanic Civilization HIS 162 Women and History HIST 306 History Women Since 1800 HIS 163 The World Since 1945 HIST 435 History Women Since 1800 HIS 165 Twentieth-Century World HIST 430 Topics 20th Century Amer Hist HIS 167 The Vietnam War HIST Elective The Vietnam War HIS 211 Ancient History HIST 300 Ancient History HIS 212 Medieval History HIST 302 The Pre-Modern West HIS 216 Twentieth-Century Europe HIST Elective Twentieth-Century Europe HIS 221 African-American History HIST 201 African-Amer History to 1877 HIS 222 African-American Hist I HIST 201 African-Amer History to 1877 HIS 223 African-American Hist II HIST 202 African-Amer Hist Since 1877 HIS 226 The Civil War HIST Elective The Civil War HIS 227 Native American History HIST Elective Native American History HIS 228 History of the South HIST Elective History of the South HIS 229 History of the Old South HIST 460 The Old South HIS 230 The Changing South HIST 461 History of the New South HIS 231 Recent American History HIST Elective Recent American History HIS 232 History of the Old West HIST Elective History of the Old West HIS 233 History of Appalachia HIST Elective History of Appalachia HIS 234 Cherokee History HIST Elective Cherokee History HIS 236 North Carolina History HIST Elective North Carolina History HIS 237 The American Revolution HIST Elective The American Revolution HIS 260 History of Africa HIST Elective History of Africa HIS 261 East Asian History HIST Elective East Asian History HIS 262 Middle East History HIST 332 Modern Middle East HIS 271 The French Revolution Era HIST Elective The French Revolution Era HIS 275 History of Terrorism HIST Elective History of Terrorism HUM 110 Technology and Society ENGL 200 Survey of Humanities I HUM 115 Critical Thinking ENGL Elective Critical Thinking HUM 120 Cultural Studies ENGL 204 Topics in Humanities HUM 121 The Nature of America ENGL Elective The Nature of America

7 HUM 122 Southern Culture ENGL Elective Southern Culture HUM 123 Appalachian Culture ENGL Elective Appalachian Culture HUM 130 Myth in Human Culture ENGL 200 Survey of Humanities I HUM 140 History of Architecture ENGL Elective History of Architecture HUM 150 American Women's Studies ENGL Elective American Women's Studies HUM 160 Introduction to Film ENGL 206 Film and Culture HUM 161 Advanced Film Studies ENGL Elective Advanced Film Studies HUM 170 The Holocaust ENGL Elective The Holocaust HUM 180 International Cultural Exploration ENGL Elective International Cultural Exploration HUM 211 Humanities I ENGL 200 Survey of Humanities I HUM 212 Humanities II ENGL 201 Survey of Humanities II HUM 220 Human Values and Meaning ENGL 204 Topics in Humanities HUM 230 Leadership Development ENGL Elective Leadership Development ITA 111 Elementary Italian I FOLA Elective Elementary Italian I ITA 112 Elementary Italian II FOLA Elective Elementary Italian II ITA 181 Italian Lab 1 FOLA Elective Italian Lab 1 ITA 182 Italian Lab 2 FOLA Elective Italian Lab 2 ITA 211 Intermediate Italian I FOLA Elective Intermediate Italian I ITA 212 Intermediate Italian II FOLA Elective Intermediate Italian II ITA 221 Italian Conversation FOLA Elective Italian Conversation ITA 231 Reading and Composition FOLA Elective Reading and Composition ITA 281 Italian Lab 3 FOLA Elective Italian Lab 3 ITA 282 Italian Lab 4 FOLA Elective Italian Lab 4 JOU 110 Intro to Journalism JOMC Elective Intro to Journalism JOU 216 Writing for Mass Media JOMC Elective Writing for Mass Media JOU 217 Feature/Editorial Writing JOMC Elective Feature/Editorial Writing JPN 111 Elementary Japanese I FOLA 108 Elementary Japanese I JPN 112 Elementary Japanese II FOLA 109 Elementary Japanese II JPN 181 Japanese Lab I FOLA Elective Japanese Lab I JPN 182 Japanese Lab II FOLA Elective Japanese Lab II JPN 211 Intermediate Japanese I FOLA Elective Intermediate Japanese I JPN 212 Intermediate Japanese II FOLA Elective Intermediate Japanese II LAT 111 Elementary Latin I FOLA Elective Elementary Latin I LAT 112 Elementary Latin II FOLA Elective Elementary Latin II LAT 141 Culture and Civilization FOLA Elective Culture and Civilization LAT 142 Lit. & the Roman Republic FOLA Elective Lit. & the Roman Republic LAT 181 Latin Lab I FOLA Elective Latin Lab I LAT 182 Latin Lab II FOLA Elective Latin Lab II LAT 211 Intermediate Latin I FOLA Elective Intermediate Latin I LAT 212 Intermediate Latin II FOLA Elective Intermediate Latin II LAT 231 Reading and Composition FOLA Elective Reading and Composition LAT 232 Imperial Literature FOLA Elective Imperial Literature LAT 281 Latin Lab III FOLA Elective Latin Lab III LAT 282 Latin Lab IV FOLA Elective Latin Lab IV MAT 141 Mathematical Concepts I MATH Elective Mathematical Concepts I MAT 142 Mathematical Concepts II MATH Elective Mathematical Concepts II MAT 143 Quantitative Literacy MATH Elective Quantitative Literacy MAT 152 Statistical Methods I MATH 224 Intro Probability & Statistics MAT 167 Discrete Mathematics MATH 123 Discrete Mathematics I MAT 171 Precalculus Algebra MATH 101 Fund of Algebra and Trig I MAT 172 Precalculus Trigonometry MATH 102 Fund of Algebra and Trig II MAT 252 Statistics II MATH Elective Statistics II MAT 263 Brief Calculus MATH Elective Brief Calculus

8 MAT 271 Calculus I MATH 131 Calculus I MAT 272 Calculus II MATH 132 Calculus II MAT 273 Calculus III MATH 231 Calculus III MAT 280 Linear Algebra MATH 450 Linear Algebra & Matrix Theory MAT 285 Differential Equations MATH 431 Intro Differential Equations MUS 110 Music Appreciation MUSI 216 Music Appreciation I MUS 111 Fundamentals of Music MUSI 110 Introduction to Jazz MUS 112 Introduction to Jazz MUSI 221 History of Jazz MUS 113 American Music MUSI Elective American Music MUS 114 Non-Western Music MUSI Elective Non-Western Music MUS 121 Music Theory I MUSI 101 Theory I MUS 122 Music Theory II MUSI 102 Theory II MUS 123 Music Composition MUSI Elective Music Composition MUS 131 Chorus I MUSI Elective Chorus I MUS 132 Chorus II MUSI Elective Chorus II MUS 133 Band I MUSI Elective Band I MUS 134 Band II MUSI Elective Band II MUS 135 Jazz Ensemble I MUSI 308 University Jazz Ensemble MUS 136 Jazz Ensemble II MUSI 308 University Jazz Ensemble MUS 137 Orchestra I MUSI Elective Orchestra I MUS 138 Orchestra II MUSI Elective Orchestra II MUS 141 Ensemble I MUSI Elective Ensemble I MUS 142 Ensemble II MUSI Elective Ensemble II MUS 151 Class Music I MUSI Elective Class Music I MUS 152 Class Music II MUSI Elective Class Music II MUSI 113 or Principal Applied Upper Brass 123 or Principal Applied Lower Brass MUS 161 Applied Music I 133 or Principal Applied Woodwinds 143 or Principal Applied Percussions 153 or Principal Applied Voice 163 Principal Applied Piano MUSI 113 or Principal Applied Upper Brass 123 or Principal Applied Lower Brass MUS 162 Applied Music II 133 or Principal Applied Woodwinds 143 or Principal Applied Percussions 153 or Principal Applied Voice 163 Principal Applied Piano MUS 173 Opera Production I MUSI Elective Opera Production I MUS 174 Opera Production II MUSI Elective Opera Production II MUS 181 Show Choir I MUSI Elective Show Choir I MUS 182 Show Choir II MUSI Elective Show Choir II MUS 210 History of Rock Music MUSI Elective History of Rock Music MUS 211 History of Country Music MUSI Elective History of Country Music MUS 212 American Musical Theatre MUSI Elective American Musical Theatre MUS 213 Opera and Musical Theatre MUSI 410 The Opera MUS 214 Electronic Music I MUSI 415 Music Synthesis MUS 215 Electronic Music II MUSI 416 Electronic Music MUS 217 Elementary Conducting MUSI 503 Score Reading and Conducting MUS 221 Music Theory III MUSI 200 Theory III MUS 222 Music Theory IV MUSI 201 Theory IV MUS 231 Chorus III MUSI Elective Chorus III MUS 232 Chorus IV MUSI Elective Chorus IV MUS 233 Band III MUSI Elective Band III MUS 234 Band IV MUSI Elective Band IV MUS 235 Jazz Ensemble III MUSI 308 University Jazz Ensemble MUS 236 Jazz Ensemble IV MUSI 308 University Jazz Ensemble

9 MUS 237 Orchestra III MUSI Elective Orchestra III MUS 238 Orchestra IV MUSI Elective Orchestra IV MUS 241 Ensemble III MUSI Elective Ensemble III MUS 242 Ensemble IV MUSI Elective Ensemble IV MUS 251 Class Music III MUSI Elective Class Music III MUS 252 Class Music IV MUSI Elective Class Music IV MUS 253 Big Band MUSI 308 University Jazz Ensemble MUSI 213 or Principal Applied Upper Brass 223 or Principal Applied Lower Brass MUS 261 Applied Music III 233 or Principal Applied Woodwind 243 or Principal Applied Percussion 253 or Principal Applied Voice 263 Principal Applied Piano MUSI 213 or Principal Applied Upper Brass 223 or Principal Applied Lower Brass MUS 262 Applied Music IV 233 or Principal Applied Woodwind 243 or Principal Applied Percussion 253 or Principal Applied Voice 263 Principal Applied Piano MUS 265 Piano Pedagogy MUSI 218 Introduction Music Literature MUS 271 Music History I MUSI 403 History & Literature Music I MUS 272 Music History II MUSI 404 History & Literature Music II MUS 273 Opera Production III MUSI 610 Music in Elem School Today MUS 274 Opera Production IV MUSI Elective Opera Production IV MUS 280 Music for the El Classroom MUSI Elective Music for the El Classroom MUS 281 Show Choir III MUSI Elective Show Choir III MUS 282 Show Choir IV MUSI Elective Show Choir IV MUS 283 Varied Cultures/Mus Perf MUSI Elective Varied Cultures/Mus Perf PED All one-hour PED activity courses HPED PED 110 Fit and Well for Life HPED 200 Personal Health PED 165 Sport Science as a Career HPED Elective Sport Science as a Career PED 172 Outdoor Living HPED Elective Outdoor Living PED 252 Officiating/Bsball/Sfball HPED Elective Officiating/Bsball/Sfball PED 254 Coaching Basketball HPED Elective Coaching Basketball PED 256 Coaching Baseball HPED Elective Coaching Baseball PED 259 Prev & Care Ath Injuries HPED Elective Prev & Care Ath Injuries PHI 210 History of Philosophy PHIL 260 Introduction to Philosophy PHI 215 Philosophical Issues PHIL 261 The Meaning of Life PHI 220 Western Philosophy I PHIL Elective Western Philosophy I PHI 230 Introduction to Logic PHIL 262 Logic PHI 240 Introduction to Ethics PHIL 268 Introduction to Ethics PHS 110 Survey of Phys Science CHEM 100 Physical Science PHS 130 Earth Science CHEM Elective Earth Science PHY 110 Conceptual Physics PHYS Elective Conceptual Physics PHY 110A Conceptual Physics Lab PHYS Elective Conceptual Physics Lab PHY 151 College Physics I PHYS 225 College Physics I PHY 152 College Physics II PHYS 226 College Physics II PHY 251 General Physics I PHYS 241 General Physics I PHY 252 General Physics II PHYS 242 General Physics II

10 POL 110 Intro to Political Science POLI 150 Intro to Political Science POL 120 American Government POLI 200 Amer Government & Politics POL 130 State & Local Government POLI 210 State and Local Government POL 210 Comparative Government POLI 310 Comparative Politics POL 220 International Relations POLI 444 International Relations POL 250 Intro to Political Theory POLI 440 Political Theory POR 111 Elementary Portuguese I FOLA 110 Elementary Portuguese I POR 112 Elementary Portuguese II FOLA 112 Elementary Portuguese II POR 141 Culture and Civilization FOLA Elective Culture and Civilization POR 181 Portuguese Lab I FOLA Elective Portuguese Lab I POR 182 Portuguese Lab II FOLA Elective Portuguese Lab II POR 211 Intermediate Portuguese I FOLA Elective Intermediate Portuguese I POR 212 Intermediate Portuguese II FOLA Elective Intermediate Portuguese II POR 221 Portuguese Conversation FOLA Elective Portuguese Conversation POR 231 Reading and Composition FOLA Elective Reading and Composition POR 281 Portuguese Lab III FOLA Elective Portuguese Lab III POR 282 Portuguese Lab IV FOLA Elective Portuguese Lab IV PSY 150 General Psychology PSYC 320 General Psychology PSY 211 Psychology of Adjustment PSYC Elective Psychology of Adjustment PSY 215 Positive Psychology PSYC Elective Positive Psychology PSY 231 Forensic Psychology PSYC Elective Forensic Psychology PSY 237 Social Psychology PSYC 420 Social Psychology PSY 239 Psychology of Personality PSYC 439 Theories of Personality PSY 241 Developmental Psych PSYC 324 Developmental Psychology I PSY 243 Child Psychology PSYC 324 Developmental Psychology I PSY 246 Adolescent Psychology PSYC 325 Devel Psych II (Adolescent) PSY 249 Psychology of Aging PSYC Elective Psychology of Aging PSY 259 Human Sexuality SOCI 304 Social Aspects Human Sex PSY 263 Educational Psychology PSYC Elective Educational Psychology PSY 271 Sports Psychology PSYC Elective Sports Psychology PSY 275 Health Psychology PSYC 644 Applied Health Psychology PSY 281 Abnormal Psychology PSYC 434 or Abnormal Psychology CRJS 434 Abnormal Psychology REL 110 World Religions HIST 312 or History of Religions PHIL 265 World Religions REL 111 Eastern Religions HIST Elective Eastern Religions REL 112 Western Religions HIST Elective Western Religions REL 211 Intro to Old Testament HIST 401 Old Testament Hist & Literat REL 212 Intro to New Testament HIST 402 The Rise of Christianity REL 221 Religion in America HIST Elective Religion in America RUS 111 Elementary Russian I RUSS 101 Elementary Russian I RUS 112 Elementary Russian II RUSS 102 Elementary Russian II RUS 181 Russian Lab 1 RUSS Elective Russian Lab 1 RUS 182 Russian Lab 2 RUSS Elective Russian Lab 2 RUS 211 Intermediate Russian I RUSS 201 Intermediate Russian I RUS 212 Intermediate Russian II RUSS 202 Intermediate Russian II RUS 221 Russian Conversation RUSS Elective Russian Conversation RUS 231 Reading and Composition RUSS Elective Reading and Composition RUS 281 Russian Lab 3 RUSS Elective Russian Lab 3 RUS 282 Russian Lab 4 RUSS Elective Russian Lab 4 SOC 210 Introduction to Sociology SOCI 100 Principles of Sociology SOC 213 Sociology of the Family SOCI 308 Sociology of Marriage & Family SOC 215 Group Processes SOWK 669 Small and Lg Group Intervent

11 SOC 220 Social Problems SOCI 204 Social Problems SOC 225 Social Diversity SOCI Elective Social Diversity SOC 230 Race and Ethnic Relations SOCI 300 Topics Cultural Anthropology SOC 232 Social Context of Aging SOWK 370 Introduction to Gerontology SOC 234 Sociology of Gender SOCI Elective Sociology of Gender SOC 240 Social Psychology PSYC 420 Social Psychology SOC 242 Sociology of Deviance SOCI Elective Sociology of Deviance SOC 244 Soc of Death & Dying SOCI Elective Soc of Death & Dying SOC 245 Drugs and Society SOCI Elective Drugs and Society SOC 250 Sociology of Religion SOCI Elective Sociology of Religion SOC 254 Rural and Urban Sociology SOCI Elective Rural and Urban Sociology SPA 111 Elementary Spanish I SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I SPA 112 Elementary Spanish II SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II SPA 141 Culture and Civilization SPAN 451 Spanish and Latino Culture SPA 161 Cultural Immersion SPAN 456 Americanos: Latino Cult in US SPA 181 Spanish Lab 1 SPAN Elective Spanish Lab 1 SPA 182 Spanish Lab 2 SPAN Elective Spanish Lab 2 SPA 211 Intermediate Spanish I SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish I SPA 212 Intermediate Spanish II SPAN 202 Intermediate Spanish II SPA 221 Spanish Conversation SPAN 203 Elemen Span Conver Composition SPA 231 Reading and Composition SPAN Elective Reading and Composition SPA 281 Spanish Lab 3 SPAN Elective Spanish Lab 3 SPA 282 Spanish Lab 4 SPAN Elective Spanish Lab 4

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