College Catalog Fall 2004 - Spring 2006
Gen Ed

The following courses have been approved as satisfying the learning outcomes in the 10 general education subject areas required of all students in SUNY A.A., A.S., and bachelor's degree programs. Students should consult their academic advisors regarding additional courses that may have been approved since the publication of this catalog. Note: Some programs may require students to take or select from particular courses on this list.

In some cases, students may be able to satisfy part of the general education requirement based on performance on certain Regents Examinations, as indicated below, or other standardized tests, such as Advanced Placement (AP) exams or the College Level Examination Program (CLEP). Students may also be able to satisfy part of the requirement based on transfer of equivalent courses taken at other institutions.

Mathematics*

MATH 110 Contemporary Mathematics

MATH 115 Statistics

MATH 128 College Algebra

MATH 135 Finite Math

MATH 138 Trigonometry

MATH 150 Pre-Calculus Mathematics

MATH 210 Calculus I

MATH 215 Calculus II

MATH 220 Calculus III

MATH 225 Differential Equations

*Students who passed Regents Math Course III with a score of 85 or above are deemed to have satisfied the SUNY general education requirement in mathematics.

Natural Sciences

BIOL 105 Wildlife of North America

BIOL 115 Animal Behavior

BIOL 120 Human Heredity

BIOL 125 Nutritional Microbiology

BIOL 130 General Biology I

BIOL 135 General Biology II

BIOL 140 Field Biology

BIOL 210 Botany

BIOL 215 Zoology

BIOL 220 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

BIOL 225 Human Anatomy and Physiology II

BIOL 230 General Microbiology

CHEM 120 Introductory Chemistry I

CHEM 125 Introductory Chemistry II

CHEM 180 General Chemistry I

CHEM 185 General Chemistry II

CHEM 230 Organic Chemistry I

CHEM 235 Organic Chemistry II

PHYS 150 General Physics I

PHYS 155 General Physics II

PHYS 210 Physics I: Mechanics, Heat, and Sound

PHYS 215 Physics II: Electricity and Optics

PHYS 220 Physics III: Atomic Physics

SCIE 110 Science in a Modern Society

SCIE 125 Exploring Physical Science Applications

Social Sciences

ANTH 100 Cultural Anthropology

ANTH 110 Human Origins

ECON 100 Introductory Macroeconomics

ECON 110 Introductory Microeconomics

GEOG 100 Human Geography

GOVT 110 American. Government

GOVT 120 State and Local Government

GOVT 130 World Affairs

GOVT 140 Public Administration

PSYC 100 Introductory Psychology I

SOCI 100 Introductory Sociology

American History*

HIST 100 United States History I

HIST 104 History of American Technology

HIST 105 United States History II

HIST 200 Race in American History

HONR 210 The American Experience

*Students who scored 85 or above on the NYS American History and Government Regents Exam may take any of the above courses to satisfy the SUNY general education requirement in this area. All other students must take either HIST 100 or HIST 105 to satisfy this requirement.

Western Civilization

HIST 120 History of the Ancient and Medieval World

HIST 125 History of Western and World Civilizations I

HIST 130 History of Western and World Civilizations II

HONR 200 Foundations in Western Thought

HONR 205 Contemporary Thinkers

HUMN 240 History of Western Architecture

Other World Civilizations

ANTH 300 Survey of World Cultures

GOVT 130 World Affairs

HIST 110 History of Latin America

HIST 120 History of the Ancient and Medieval World

HIST 125 History of Western and World Civilizations I

HIST 130 History of Western and World Civilizations II

HUMN 210 World Religions

Humanities

HUMN 160 Introduction to Mythology

HUMN 170 Philosophy

HUMN 180 Ethics

HUMN 200 Introduction to the Bible

HUMN 205 Introduction to Women's Studies

HUMN 210 World Religions

HUMN 240 History of Western Architecture

LITR 100 Introduction to Literature

LITR 110 Introduction to Fiction

LITR 120 Introduction to Film

LITR 200 American Literature I

LITR 215 American Literature II

LITR 220 British Literature I

LITR 225 British Literature II

LITR 230 Minorities and Women in Literature

LITR 240 Shakespeare

LITR 250 Introduction to Poetry

LITR 260 Introduction to Drama

LITR 310 Great Writers

The Arts

ARTS 103 History of American Popular Music

ARTS 104 Ceramics

ARTS 110 History of Rock Music

ARCH 115/ Freehand Drawing

ARTS 115

HUMN 101 Art Appreciation

HUMN 102 Music Appreciation

HUMN 195 Theatre Arts

HUMN 240 History of Western Architecture

Foreign Language*

HUMN 100 Elementary French I

HUMN 105 Elementary French II

HUMN 110 Intermediate French I

HUMN 115 Intermediate French II

HUMN 120 Elementary Spanish I

HUMN 125 Elementary Spanish II

HUMN 141/ Conversational Languages

HUMN 142/

HUMN 143

HUMN 243 Advanced Conversational Languages

*Students who passed Checkpoint B on a NYS Regents Exam in a foreign language are deemed to have satisfied the SUNY general education requirement in this area.

Basic Communication

COMM 100 Public Speaking

COMM 310 Argumentation and Debate

ENGL 100 Freshman Composition

ENGL 200 Advanced Composition

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