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TRINITY-College of Arts and Sciences
GENERAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM
I. FOUNDATIONAL SKILLS (15-17 Credits)*
DISCIPLINE
CR.
COURSE
SEM/TR._
II. KNOWLEDGE AND INQUIRY (Continued)
GRADE
Critical Reading, Writing,
Communication
CRS 100S
CRS101 or CRS 102
DISCIPLINE
CR.
COURSE
SEM/TR._
HISTORY/ARTS/HUMANITIES (9 credits in 3 different disciplines)
History
3
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HIS 128, 130, 135, 133 * Education majors take HIS 130
3
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English 105/S *
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English 107
3
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Communication 110
3
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Quantitative Reasoning
Math 101/S* or Math 102
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Math 108/109/123*
3/4
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Critical Reasoning
3
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(BIOL 103, HIS 220, INT/MATH 105, PHIL 103, SOCY 242)
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Fine Arts
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FOREIGN LANGUAGE*
(6-8)
Arabic 101/French 101/Spanish 101 _________
Arabic 102/French 102/Spanish 102 _________
3
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GRADE
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FNAR 101, 102, 145, 205, 243, 247, 313 * Nursing-intended students take FNAR 313
Literature
3
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ENGL 150, 220, 267,370, 381; SPAN 213 * Nursing-intended students take 370 or 381
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*Students may receive Gen Ed credit for most foreign languages, including ASL, by taking
consortium courses or by CLEP exam. Students may also receive language waivers if
they demonstrate proficiency on an assessment exam. See Academic Services for test.
II. KNOWLEDGE AND INQUIRY (31- 34 Credits)
DISCIPLINE
CR.
COURSE
SEM/TR
SOCIAL SCIENCES (9 credits in 3 different disciplines)
GRADE
Economics 100
Psychology 101
Sociology 100, 105, 131
Political Science
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3
3
3
3
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POLS 201, 211, 231, 241
SCIENCE/MATH
AND/OR
3
DISCIPLINE
COURSE
SEM/TR
GRADE
RELIGIOUS STUDIES AND THEOLOGY
PHIL 235, RST 101, 265, 290
3
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or THE 121
PHILOSOPHY
PHIL 241, 245, 253, or 251*
3
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*Nursing-intended students take PHIL 251
(7-8)
(Science must have a Lab)
BIOL 101, 111, or 121(UND-N) 4
OR CHEM 101, 111, or 113 (UND-N)
OR ENVS 101 OR PHYS 111
III. VALUES AND BELIEFS (6 Credits)
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IV. APPLICATIONS (6 Credits)
AREA
MATH 110 or 125
CIVIC KNOWLEDGE
COURSE
SEM/TR
GRADE
3
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HIS 345, INAF 201, PHIL 231, POLS 101, POLS 405, PSYC 201
LEADERSHIP
*Courses can be waived by earning a satisfactory score on assessment exam or if student
transfers in more than 30 credits and has taken a similar course previously
**Pre-requisite for MATH 123 is MATH 102 or placement on assessment exam. MATH 108
is for Social Science, Education and Nursing Majors; Math 109 for Humanities
majors, and MATH 123 for Economics, Math & Science majors.
*** BIOL 121 and BIOL 113 are specified as Nursing as an Intended Major courses
CR.
3
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BADM 110, COM 482, POLS 277, WST 368, WST 369
GENERAL EDUCATION CAPSTONE SEMINAR (3 Credits)
(BIOL 219, COMM 388, ENGL/WST 250, FNAR 321, FNAR 317, HIS 201, HIS 331, HIS 396,
HIS 399/POLS 399, HUM 381, INT 250, INT 306, INT 334, INT 407, MATH 299, POLS
250, PSYC 365, SSC 207, WST/ENGL 250 )
3
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