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General Education Pathway

 We now have a complete online pathway through General Education Foundation Courses.

It is important for you to work with your college advisor to ensure that you are meeting your college's specific general education requirements as you build your class schedule. (LAS Advising Center)

Below is a snapshot of the wide selection of General Education courses available online. Use our online course search tool to make sure the courses you need are being offered this semester.
 

| TIER 1 | FOUNDATION COURSES

Four courses

→ English 101 
→ English 102 
→ Math 111 (requires proctored exams)
→ Communication 111

| TIER 2 | INTRODUCTORY COURSES IN THE DISCIPLINES

FINE ARTS HUMANITIES SOCIAL/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES MATHEMATICS AND NATURAL SCIENCES
One course Two courses, one in each of two subject areas Two courses, one in each of two subject areas Two courses, one in each of two subject areas
ARTH 103
Art Appreciation
ENG 230
Exploring Literature
ANTH 102
Cultural Anthropology
BIOL 106
The Human Organism
DANC 140
Art of the Dance
WOMS 287
Women in Society: Social Issues
ANTH 103
Intro. to Archaeology
CS 210
Intro. to Computer Science
MUSC 160
What to Listen for in Music
  CJ 191
Intro. to Criminal Justice
GEOL 102
Earth Science and the Environment
MUSC 162
World Music
  POLS 121
American Politics
HS 290
Foundational Human Anatomy and Physiology (Online lab available: HS 290L)
THEA 143
Art of Theater
  POLS 226
Comparative Politics
STAT 370
Elementary Statistics (requires proctored exams)
    PSY 111
General Psychology (requires proctored exams)
 
    SCWK 201
Intro. To Social Work & Social Welfare
 
    SOC 111
Intro to Sociology
 


| TIER 3 | ADVANCED FURTHER STUDY COURSES AND ISSUES AND PERSPECTIVE COURSES
Complete three courses.

If a student takes two Further Study courses and one I&P course, the two Further Study courses must be distributed over two divisions. If two I&P courses are taken out of three, a divisional distribution is not required, but at least two subject areas are required.

FINE ARTS and HUMANITIES SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES MATHEMATICS AND NATURAL SCIENCES
COMM 321
Intro to Film Studies
AGE 404/PSY404
Psychology of Aging
BIOL 370
Intro. Environmental Studies (I&P)
THEA 385
Theatre as a Mirror of Today’s America (I&P)
AGE 512/ETHS 512
Issues in Minority Aging
GEOG 235/GEOL 235
Meteorology
THEA 450
Contemporary Theater & Drama
AGE 513/SOC 513
Sociology of Aging
HP 430
Impact of Disease Upon Global Events (I&P)
WOMS 588
Gender, Race and the West/East Divide (I&P)
CJ 513
Violent Crime (Every other year)
 
  CJ 593
Crime Causation & CJ Policy
 
  ECON 202
Principles of Microeconomics
 
  HMCD 308/PSY 413
Leadership in Self and Society (I&P)
 
  HMCD 310
Intro. to the U.S. Health Services System (I&P)
 
  HMCD 326
Emerging Health Care Issues of the 21st Century (I&P)
 
  IB 333
International Business (I&P)
 
  PSY 325
Developmental Psychology (requires proctored exams)
 
  SOC 315
Marriage and Families
 
  SOC 325
Parenting
 
  SOC 337
Young Women’s Health
 
  SOC 528
Sociology of Education
 
  SOC 538
Medical Sociology
 

For more information on General Education requirements go to http://www.wichita.edu/generaleducation/