ODUVCCS
Written Communication Skills (6 credits)
ENGL 110CEnglish CompositionENG 111
ENGL 211CEnglish CompositionENG 112 or 210
ENGL 231CIntroduction to Technical WritingENG 115 or 131
Oral Communication Skills (0-3 credits)
COMM 101RPublic SpeakingCST 100, 105, or 110
COMM 103RVoice and DictionCST 111 or 112
COMM 112RIntroduction to Interpersonal CommunicationCST 126
DANC/THEA 152RActing OneCST 131 or 132
Requirement can also be met by approved course in the major.
Mathematical Skills (3 credits)
MATH 101MAn Introduction to Mathematics for Critical ThinkingMTH 122, 152, 154, 182
MATH 102M/103MCollege AlgebraMTH 158
MATH 162MPrecalculus IMTH 161, MTH 163
MATH 163Precalculus IIMTH 162, 164, 167, 168
MATH 166Precalculus I and IIMTH 166
STAT 130MElementary StatisticsMTH 146, 157, 240, 241, 242, 245
Mathematical Skills (1 REQ)MTH 155
Language and Culture Skills (0-6 credits)
ARAB 111FBeginning ArabicARA 101 and 102
CHIN 111FBeginning ChineseCHI 101 and 102
FR 101F
FR 102F
Beginning French I
and Beginning French II
FRE 101 and 102
GER 101F
GER 102F
Beginning German I
and Beginning German II
GER 101 and 102
HEBR 111FBeginning Hebrew Inone
ITAL 101F
ITAL 102F
Beginning Italian I
and Beginning Italian II
ITA 101 and 102
JAPN 111FBeginning JapaneseJPN 101 and 102
LATN 101F
LATN 102F
Beginning Latin I
and Beginning Latin II
LAT 101 and 102
PRTG 101F
PRTG 102F
Beginning Portuguese I
and Beginning Portuguese II
none
RUS 101F
RUS 102F
Beginning Russian I
and Beginning Russian II
RUS 101 and 102
SPAN 101FBeginning Spanish ISPA 101 or 105 and 106
SPAN 102FBeginning Spanish IISPA 102 or 107 and 108
Language and Culture Skills I and II (LC 1REQ and 2REQ)VTN 101 and 102, GRE 101 and 102, HIN 101 and 102, KOR 101 and 102, ASL 101 and 102
Information Literacy and Research (0-3 credits)
IT 150GBasic Information Literacy and ResearchITE 119
CS 120GIntroduction to Information Literacy and ResearchITE 119
STEM 251GComputer Literacy: Communication and InformationITE 119, ITE 120 or ETR 160
Requirement can also be met by approved course in the major.
Impact of Technology (0-3 credits)
Impact of Technology (1REQ)ADJU 171, ADJ 172, or CSC 155
Literature Way of Knowing (3 credits)
ENGL 112LIntroduction to LiteratureENG 125
ENGL 114LAmerican Writers, American Experiencesnone
WCS 100LIntroduction to World Literatures and Culturesnone
Literature Way of Knowing (LIT 1REQ)ENG 236, 237, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 267, or 268
Human Creativity Way of Knowing (3 credits)
ARTH 121AIntroduction to the Visual ArtsART 100, 111, or 112
ARTS 122AVisual CommunicationART 113, 114
COMM 270A
THEA 270A
Film Appreciation
and Film Appreciation
CST 151, 152, or 250
THEA 241AThe Theatre ExperienceCST 130, 141, or 142
MUSC 264AMusic in History and CultureMUS 121 or 122
DANC 185ADance and Its Audiencenone
Human Creativity Way of Knowing (HC 1REQ)ART 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 133, 150, 201, 202, HUM 100, 201, 202, 260, MUS 125, CST 231 or 232
Philosophy and Ethics Way of Knowing (0-3 credits)
PHIL 110PIntroduction to PhilosophyPHI 100, 101, or 102
PHIL 120PLogic and PhilosophyPHI 111, 112, or 115
PHIL 230EIntroduction to EthicsPHI 220, 225, or 226
PHIL 250EWorld Religions: Beliefs and ValuesREL 230, 231, 232, or 237, PHI 260
Philosophy and Ethics Way of Knowing (PL 1REQ)PHI 200, 211, 212, 227, 228, 265, or 276
Requirement can also be met by approved course in the major.
Interpreting the Past Way of Knowing (3 credits)
HIST 100HInterpreting the World Past Since 1500HIS 112
HIST 101HInterpreting the Asian PastHIS 253 or 254
HIST 102HInterpreting the European PastHIS 101 or 102
HIST 103HInterpreting the Latin America PastHIS 231 or 232
HIST 104HInterpreting the American PastHIS 121 or 122
HIST 105HInterpreting the African PastHIS 203 or 204
Interpreting the Past Way of Knowing (INTP 1REQ)HIS 111
Human Behavior Way of Knowing (3 credits)
AAST 100SIntroduction to African American StudiesHUM 220
ANTR 110SIntroduction to AnthropologySOC 210, 211, or 212
COMM 200SIntroduction to Human Communicationnone
CRJS 215SIntroduction to CriminologyADJ 107, 201, or SOC 236
ECON 200SBasic EconomicsECO 120
ECON 201SPrinciples of MacroeconomicsECO 201
ECON 202SPrinciples of MicroeconomicsECO 202
ENTR 201SIntroduction to EntrepreneurshipBUS 116
GEOG 100SCultural GeographyGEO 210
GEOG 101SEnvironmental GeographyGEO 200
POLS 100SIntroduction to International PoliticsPLS 241 or 242
POLS 101SIntroduction to American PoliticsPLS 130, 135, 211, or 212
POLS 102SIntroduction to Comparative Government and PoliticsPLS 140
PSYC 201SIntroduction to PsychologyPSY 200 or 201
PSYC 203SLifespan DevelopmentPSY 230, 231, 232, 235 or 238
SOC 201SIntroduction to SociologySOC 200, 201, or 202
WMST 201SIntroduction to Women's StudiesSSC 210, HUM 210
Human Behavior Way of Knowing (HB 1REQ)SOC 220 or 255, PLS 120
Nature of Science Way of Knowing (8 credits)
BIOL 121N
BIOL 122N
General Biology I
and General Biology I Lab
BIO 101
BIOL 123N
BIOL 124N
General Biology II
and General Biology II Lab
BIO 102
CHEM 105N
CHEM 106N
Introductory Chemistry
and Introductory Chemistry Laboratory
CHM 101 or 121
CHEM 107N
CHEM 108N
Introductory Organic and Biochemistry
and Introductory Organic and Biochemistry Laboratory
CHM 102 or 122
CHEM 121N
CHEM 122N
Foundations of Chemistry I Lecture
and Foundations of Chemistry I Laboratory
CHM 111 and 112
CHEM 123N
CHEM 124N
Foundations of Chemistry II Lecture
and Foundations of Chemistry II Laboratory
CHM 111 and 112
OEAS 110NEarth ScienceGOL 110 (required for teacher ed)
OEAS 106NIntroductory OceanographyGOL 111
OEAS 111N
OEAS 112N
Physical Geology
and Historical Geology
GOL 105 and 106
OEAS 250NNatural Hazards and Disastersnone
PHYS 101N
PHYS 102N
Conceptual Physics
and Conceptual Physics
PHY 100 or 101 and 102
PHYS 103N
PHYS 104N
Introductory Astronomy of the Solar System
and Introductory Astronomy of Galaxies and Cosmology
NAS 131 and 132
PHYS 111N
PHYS 112N
Introductory General Physics
and Introductory General Physics
PHY 111 and 112 or 201 and 202
PHYS 231N
PHYS 232N
University Physics I
and University Physics
PHY 231 and 232 or 241 and 242
PHYS 261N
PHYS 262N
Advanced University Physics I
and Advanced University Physics II
none
Nature of Science Way of Knowing (NS 1REQ AND 2REQ)BIO 106 and 107 or MAR 101 and 102 or ENV 121 and 122
Nature of Science Way of Knowing (NS 1REQ)BIO 114, 270, 278, CHM 126, GOL 112, 207 or 225, MAR 121, 122, 201, 202, NAS 101, 102, 110, 111, 112, 120, 125, or 130, PHY 130, SCT 111, 112
Nature of Science Way of Knowing (NS 1REQ)BIO 150 or BIO 205 + BIO 141 and 142 or BIO 231 and 232

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