Learning Outcomes - Classes

1.1 Recognize mathematical patterns to solve problems.

AGINDUS 2330, CHEMSTRY 1050, CHEMSTRY 1140, CHEMSTRY 1240, CHEMSTRY 1450, GEOGRPHY 1240, MATH 1730, MATH 1830, MATH 1930, MATH 2430, MATH 2530, MATH 2630, MATH 2640, MUSIC 1590, MUSIC 2250, MUSIC 2350, MUSIC 3250, MUSIC 3350, PHSC 1310, PHSC 1340, PHYSICS 1050, PHYSICS 1350, PHYSICS 2240

1.2 Demonstrate ability to work with numbers, space, and data.

AGSCI 3220, ART 2340, BIOL 1020, BIOL 1350, BIOL 1650, BIOL 1750, BIOL 2340, CHEMSTRY 1050, CHEMSTRY 1140, CHEMSTRY 1240, CHEMSTRY 1450, ECON 2410, GEOGRPHY 1040, GEOGRPHY 1140, GEOGRPHY 1240, GEOGRPHY 3030, MATH 1630, MATH 1730, MATH 1830, MATH 1930, MATH 2030, MATH 2430, MATH 2530, MATH 2630, MATH 2640, PHYSC 1150, PHYSICS 1050, PHYSICS 1350, PHYSICS 2240

1.3 Construct articulate explanations using the language of each discipline being studied.

AGINDUS 2330, AGSCI 3220, ART 2140, ART 2210, ART 2430, ART 2730, ART 2750, ART 3340, BIOL 1150, BIOL 1650, BIOL 2340, ECON 3530, ENGL 1130, ENGL 1230, ENGL 1330, ENGL 2130, ENGL 2150, ENGL 2210, ENGL 2330, ENGL 2770, ENGL 3050, ENGL 3110, ENGL 3220, ENGL 3280, ENGL 3320, ENGL 3420, ENGL 3430, ENGL 3520, ENGL 3850, ENGL 4020, ENGL 4100, ENGL 4120, ENGL 4130, ENGL 4430, ENGL 4550, ENGL 4550, FREN 3000, GEOGRPHY 1050, GEOGRPHY 1140, GEOGRPHY 3930, GERM 3320, GERM 3330, HIST 1020, HIST 3320, HIST 3410, HIST 3610, HIST 3620, HIST 3880, HIST 4110, HIST 4120, MATH 1830, MATH 2030, MUSIC 2250, MUSIC 2350, MUSIC 2650, MUSIC 3250, MUSIC 3350, PHYSC 1150, POLISCI 1130, POLISCI 1330, POLISCI 1530, POLISCI 2430, POLISCI 3650, POLISCI 3720, POLISCI 3760, POLISCI 3830, POLISCI 4420, PSYCH 1130, PSYCH 3000, PSYCH 4430, SPAN 3850, SPAN 3850, SPAN 3920, SPAN 4850, SPCH 1010, SPCH2010, THEATR 1130, THEATR 4220, THEATR 4630, THEATR 4730, WMSTD 3430, PHLSPHY 3740

1.4 Organize written and spoken material in a coherent and logical pattern that is also mechanically sound

ART 2140, ART 2210, ART 2340, ART 2430, ART 2730, ART 2750, ART 3340, BSAD 3750, CJ 1130, ENGL 1130, ENGL 1230, ENGL 1330, ENGL 2210, ENGL 2250, ENGL 2430, ENGL 2530, ENGL 2640, ENGL 2650, ENGL 2830, ENGL 3260, ENGL 3260, ENGL 3430, ENGL 3730, ENGL 3740, ENGL 3750, ENGL 3760, ENGL 3890, ENGL 3910, ENGL 4100, ENGL 4120, ENGL 4130, ENGL 4330, ENGL 4430, ENGL 4500, FREN 4060, FREN 4160, FRENCH 3000, GEOGRPHY 1050, GEOGRPHY 3930, GEOGRPHY 3960, GERM 2240, GERM 2340, GERM 3000, GERM 3220, GERM 3320, GERM 3330, GERM 3430, HIST 1010, HIST 1020, HIST 1330, HIST 3010, HIST 3080, HIST 3120, HIST 3130, HIST 3140, HIST 3150, HIST 3160, HIST 3230, HIST 3480, HIST 3510, HIST 3610, HIST 3620, HIST 3710, HIST 3730, HIST 3740, HIST 3810, HIST 3830, HIST 3850, HIST 3860, HIST 3870, HIST 3880, HIST 3920, HIST 3950, HIST 3970, HIST 4110, HIST 4120, PHLSPHY 2330, PHLSPHY 2430, PHLSPHY 2530, PHLSPHY 2550, PHLSPHY 3230, PHLSPHY 3530, PHLSPHY 3630, PHLSPHY 3840, POLISCI 1130, POLISCI 1230, POLISCI 1330, POLISCI 1430, POLISCI 1530, POLISCI 3720, POLISCI 3750, POLISCI 3760, PSYCH 3010, PSYCH 3030, PSYCH 3130, PSYCH 3830, PSYCH 3990, PSYCH 4020, PSYCH 4030, PSYCH 4830, SOC 4030, SPAN 2840, SPAN 2940, SPAN 3000, SPAN 3820, SPAN 3830, SPAN 3850, SPAN 3920, SPAN 4820, SPAN 4850, SPCH 1010, SPCH 2250, SPCH 3250, SPCH2010, THEATR 4840, THEATR 4850

1.5 Demonstrate knowledge of the processes of human communication and develop critical listening skills.

ART 1230, ART 1240, ART 2340, ENGL 1130, GEOGRPHY 3930, MEDIA 1630, MEDIA 3770, MUSIC 2450, PSYCH 2030, PSYCH 3230, PSYCH 3630, PSYCH 4020, SPCH 1010, SPCH 2250, SPCH 3250, SPCH2010, WMSTD 3200

1.6 Read, write, listen, and speak at a basic level in a language other than English.

CHIN 1540, CHIN 1640, FREN 1040, FREN 1140, FREN 3000, GERM 1240, GERM 1340, SPAN 1840, SPAN 1940

1.7 Demonstrate skills in problem-solving.

ART 2340, CHEMSTRY 1050, CHEMSTRY 1140, CHEMSTRY 1240, CHEMSTRY 1450, CHIN 1540, CHIN 1640, ECON 2230, ECON 2410, ENGL 1230, ENGL 2210, ENGL 2250, ENGL 3050, ENGL 3890, ENGL 4020, ENGL 4330, ENTRP 2010, ETHNSTDY 2130, FREN 1040, FREN 1140, GEOGRPHY 1040, GEOGRPHY 1140, GEOGRPHY 1240, GERM 1240, GERM 1340, HIST 1010, HIST 1330, HIST 3120, HIST 3130, HIST 3140, HIST 3150, HIST 3230, HIST 3320, HIST 3460, HIST 3510, HIST 3640, HIST 3650, HIST 3660, HIST 3670, HIST 3730, HIST 3740, HIST 3860, HIST 3920, MATH 1630, MATH 1730, MATH 2030, MATH 2430, MATH 2530, MATH 2630, MATH 2640, PHLSPHY 2730, PHLSPHY 2830, PHYSICS 1050, PHYSICS 1350, PHYSICS 2240, POLISCI 1430, POLISCI 1530, POLISCI 2940, POLISCI 3730, PSYCH 2030, PSYCH 3030, SEJ 2230, SOC 3430, SPAN 1840, SPAN 1940, UWPStudy 1010, WMSTD 1130, WMSTD 3730

1.8 Distinguish between valid and invalid reasoning.

ART 4230, ECON 2130, ECON 2230, ECON 2410, ENGL 1230, ENTRP 2010, ETHNSTDY 2200, ETHNSTDY 2230, ETNSTDY 1030, GEOGRPHY 1050, GEOGRPHY 3170, GEOGRPHY 3330, GEOGRPHY 3930, HIST 1330, HIST 3120, HIST 3130, HIST 3140, HIST 3150, HIST 3230, HIST 3510, MATH 1630, MATH 2030, MEDIA 1630, PHSC 1310, PHSC 1340, POLISCI 3520, POLISCI 3650, POLISCI 3830, POLISCI 4420, PSYCH 2530, PSYCH 3130, PSYCH 3630, PSYCH 3990, PSYCH 4430, PSYCH 4830, SOC 3430, SOC 4030

1.9 Assess the plausibility of proposed solutions.

AGSCI 3220, CHEMSTRY 1050, CHEMSTRY 1140, CHEMSTRY 1240, CHEMSTRY 1450, ENTRP 2010, GEOGRPHY 1050, GEOGRPHY 3930, HIST 1010, HIST 3710, HIST 3730, HIST 3740, HIST 3810, HIST 3830, HIST 3850, HIST 3860, HIST 3870, HIST 3920, HIST 3950, MATH 1630, MATH 1730, MATH 2430, MATH 2530, MATH 2630, MATH 2640, MUSIC 2450, MUSIC 2750, PHLSPHY 1130, PSYCH 3010, SOC 1030, SOC 3130, SOC 3330, SOC 3430, SOC 3530, SOC 4030

1.10 Demonstrate knowledge of scientific methods.

AGSCI 3220, BIOL 1150, BIOL 1020, BIOL 1350, BIOL 1650, BIOL 1750, ECON 2130, ECON 2230, GEOGRPHY 1040, GEOGRPHY 1140, GEOGRPHY 1240, GEOL 1140, GEOL 1240, HIST 3010, HIST 3080, HIST 3160, HIST 3970, PHSC 1310, PHSC 1340, PHYSC 1150, PHYSICS 1050, PHYSICS 1350, PHYSICS 2240, POLISCI 3520, PSYCH 1130, PSYCH 3000, PSYCH 3030, PSYCH 3130, PSYCH 3230, PSYCH 3530, PSYCH 3990, PSYCH 4030, SOC 3230

2.1 Demonstrate knowledge of the fundamental ideas at the heart of the arts and sciences, including fine arts, history, humanities, mathematics, the natural sciences, and the social sciences. It also includes the disciplines that cut across these categories, namely, ethnic studies, women’s and gender studies, and international education.

ART 1230, ART 1240, ART 2140, ART 2210, ART 2430, ART 2730, ART 2750, ART 3340, ART 4230, BIOL 1020, BIOL 1150, BIOL 1350, BIOL 1650, BIOL 1750, CJ 2830, ECON 2130, ECON 2230, ECON 2410, ECON 3530, ENGL 1330, ENGL 2130, ENGL 2150, ENGL 2150, ENGL 2210, ENGL 2250, ENGL 2330, ENGL 2530, ENGL 2770, ENGL 2770, ENGL 2830, ENGL 3050, ENGL 3110, ENGL 3220, ENGL 3280, ENGL 3320, ENGL 3420, ENGL 3430, ENGL 3520, ENGL 3730, ENGL 3740, ENGL 3750, ENGL 3760, ENGL 3890, ENGL 3910, ENGL 4020, ENGL 4100, ENGL 4120, ENGL 4130, ENGL 4430, ENGL 4500, ENTRP 2010, ETHNSTDY 2130, FREN 4060, FREN 4160, FRENCH 3000, GEOGRAPHY 1230, GEOGRPHY 1330, GEOGRPHY 3030, GEOGRPHY 3130, GEOGRPHY 3350, GEOGRPHY 3430, GEOGRPHY 3530, GEOGRPHY 3630, GEOGRPHY 3730, GEOGRPHY 4230, GEOL 1140, GEOL 1240, GERM 2240, GERM 2340, GERM 3220, GERM 3320, GERM 3330, GERM 3430, HIST 1020, HIST 1330, HIST 1430, HIST 3120, HIST 3130, HIST 3140, HIST 3150, HIST 3230, HIST 3240, HIST 3400, HIST 3410, HIST 3460, HIST 3510, HIST 3610, HIST 3620, HIST 3640, HIST 3650, HIST 3660, HIST 3670, HIST 3730, HIST 3740, HIST 3860, HIST 3880, HIST 3920, HIST 4110, HIST 4120, MATH 2030, MUSIC 1590, MUSIC 2250, MUSIC 2350, MUSIC 2650, MUSIC 3250, MUSIC 3350, PHLSPHY 1130, PHLSPHY 2330, PHLSPHY 2430, PHLSPHY 2530, PHLSPHY 2540, PHLSPHY 2550, PHLSPHY 2730, PHLSPHY 2830, PHLSPHY 2930, PHLSPHY 3230, PHLSPHY 3530, PHLSPHY 3630, PHLSPHY 3740, PHSC 1310, PHSC 1340, PHYSC 1150, PHYSC 1310, POLISCI 1130, POLISCI 1230, POLISCI 1330, POLISCI 2430, POLISCI 2940, POLISCI 3520, POLISCI 3720, POLISCI 3750, POLISCI 3760, PSYCH 1130, PSYCH 2030, PSYCH 3000, PSYCH 3830, PSYCH 4020, PSYCH 4030, PSYCH 4430, SOC 1030, SOC 1230, SOC 2230, SOC 2330, SOC 3130, SOC 3330, SOC 3530, SOC 3630, SOC 4030, SPAN 2840, SPAN 2940, SPAN 3000, SPAN 3820, SPAN 3830, SPAN 3850, SPAN 3920, SPAN 4820, SPAN 4850, THEATR 4220, THEATR 4630, THEATR 4730, WMSTD 1130, WMSTD 3430, WMSTD 3730

2.2 Demonstrate appreciation for the creative works of others.

ART 1230, ART 1240, ART 2140, ART 2210, ART 2340, ART 2430, ART 2730, ART 2750, ART 3340, CJ 2830, ENGL 1330, ENGL 2130, ENGL 2150, ENGL 2150, ENGL 2250, ENGL 2330, ENGL 2430, ENGL 2530, ENGL 2640, ENGL 2650, ENGL 2770, ENGL 2770, ENGL 2830, ENGL 3050, ENGL 3110, ENGL 3220, ENGL 3280, ENGL 3320, ENGL 3420, ENGL 3520, ENGL 3730, ENGL 3740, ENGL 3750, ENGL 3760, ENGL 3890, ENGL 3910, ENGL 4020, ENGL 4330, ENTRP 2010, FREN 4060, FREN 4160, FRENCH 3000, GERM 2240, GERM 2340, GERM 3000, GERM 3220, GERM 3320, GERM 3430, HIST 3880, MUSIC 1590, MUSIC 2250, MUSIC 2350, MUSIC 2550, MUSIC 2650, MUSIC 2750, MUSIC 2850, MUSIC 3250, MUSIC 3350, PHLSPHY 3840, SEJ 2230, SPAN 2840, SPAN 2940, SPAN 3000, SPAN 3820, SPAN 3830, SPAN 3920, SPAN 4820, THEATR 1130, WMSTD 3430

2.3 Demonstrate the ability to create works of personal expression.

ART 1230, ART 1240, ART 2340, CHIN 1540, CHIN 1640, ENGL 1130, FREN 1040, FREN 1140, GEOGRAPHY 1230, GERM 1240, GERM 1340, SPAN 1840, SPAN 1940, SPCH 1010, SPCH 2250, SPCH 3250, SPCH2010, THEATR 1130

3.1 Demonstrate knowledge of cultures other than one’s own.

BSAD 1300, BSAD 3750, CHIN 1540, CHIN 1640, ECON 3530, ENGL 2430, ENGL 3260, FREN 1040, FREN 1140, FREN 3000, FREN 4060, FREN 4160, FRENCH 3000, GEOGRAPHY 1230, GEOGRPHY 1050, GEOGRPHY 1330, GEOGRPHY 3350, GEOGRPHY 3430, GEOGRPHY 3530, GEOGRPHY 3630, GEOGRPHY 3730, GEOGRPHY 3930, GEOGRPHY 3960, GEOGRPHY 4230, GERM 1240, GERM 1340, GERM 2240, GERM 2340, GERM 3000, GERM 3220, GERM 3320, GERM 3330, GERM 3430, HIST 1010, HIST 3320, HIST 3450, HIST 3460, HIST 3610, HIST 3620, HIST 3640, HIST 3650, HIST 3660, HIST 3670, HIST 3710, HIST 3810, HIST 3830, HIST 3850, HIST 3870, HIST 3950, HIST 4110, HIST 4120, MUSIC 1590, MUSIC 2250, MUSIC 2350, MUSIC 2450, MUSIC 2550, MUSIC 2650, MUSIC 2750, MUSIC 3250, MUSIC 3350, PHLSPHY 2730, PHLSPHY 2830, PHLSPHY 2930, POLISCI 2430, SOC 1130, SOC 2130, SOC 3230, SPAN 1840, SPAN 1940, SPAN 2840, SPAN 2940, SPAN 3000, SPAN 3820, SPAN 3830, SPAN 3850, SPAN 3850, SPAN 3920, SPAN 4820, SPAN 4850, UWPStudy 1010

3.2 Demonstrate knowledge of the ideologies, cultures, places, political and economic systems that shape the world.

AGINDUS 2330, ART 4230, BSAD 1300, BSAD 3750, ECON 2130, ECON 3530, ENGL 2640, ENGL 2650, ENGL 2770, ENGL 2770, ENGL 2830, ENGL 3430, ENGL 3850, ENGL 4430, ENGL 4500, ENGL 4550, ENGL 4550, FREN 3000, GEOGRAPHY 1230, GEOGRPHY 1050, GEOGRPHY 1330, GEOGRPHY 3030, GEOGRPHY 3350, GEOGRPHY 3430, GEOGRPHY 3530, GEOGRPHY 3630, GEOGRPHY 3730, GEOGRPHY 3930, GEOGRPHY 3960, GEOGRPHY 4230, HIST 1020, HIST 3400, HIST 3410, HIST 3450, HIST 3460, HIST 3480, HIST 3640, HIST 3650, HIST 3660, HIST 3670, HIST 3830, HIST 3970, MUSIC 2450, MUSIC 2850, PHLSPHY 1130, PHLSPHY 2330, PHLSPHY 2430, PHLSPHY 2930, PHLSPHY 3230, PHLSPHY 3630, POLISCI 1130, POLISCI 1330, POLISCI 2430, POLISCI 3720, POLISCI 3750, POLISCI 3760, SEJ 2230, SOC 1130, SOC 2130, SOC 2230, SOC 2330, SOC 3530

3.3 Demonstrate knowledge of the history, culture, customs, values, lifestyles and contributions of the populations of color in the United States.

BSAD 3340, CJ 1130, CJ 2830, ENGL 2430, ENGL 2530, ENGL 3260, GEOGRPHY 1050, GEOGRPHY 3930, GEOGRPHY 3960, HIST 1430, HIST 3240, HIST 3320, HIST 3480, MUSIC 2550, MUSIC 2650, PHLSPHY 3840, POLISCI 3320, POLISCI 3330, POLISCI 3530, THEATR 1130

3.4 Demonstrate knowledge of the cultural constructs that perpetuate stereotypes and social interaction based on gender, race, ethnicity, religion and sexual orientation.

BSAD 3340, ENGL 2150, ENGL 3110, ENGL 3280, ENGL 3730, ENGL 3740, ENGL 3750, ENGL 3760, ENGL 4500, GEOGRPHY 3170, HIST 1430, HIST 3010, HIST 3080, HIST 3160, HIST 3240, HIST 3400, HIST 3810, HIST 3850, HIST 3870, HIST 3950, MEDIA 3770, PHLSPHY 3530, PHLSPHY 3740, POLISCI 3320, POLISCI 3330, POLISCI 3530, PSYCH 2530, PSYCH 3230, PSYCH 3530, PSYCH 3630, PSYCH 3830, PSYCH 4830, SOC 1230, SOC 2230, SOC 2330, SOC 3230, SOC 3330, SOC 3630, THEATR 4840, THEATR 4850, WMSTD 1130, WMSTD 3200, WMSTD 3430, WMSTD 3730

3.5 Identify the social and political structures that support racism, sexism, and other forms of discrimination.

BSAD 3340, ETHNSTDY 2130, ETHNSTDY 2200, ETHNSTDY 2230, ETNSTDY 1030, GEOGRPHY 3130, HIST 1430, HIST 3240, HIST 3410, MEDIA 3770, MUSIC 2850, POLISCI 2940, POLISCI 3730, PSYCH 3010, PSYCH 3530, PSYCH 4830, SOC 1030, SOC 1230, SOC 2230, SOC 2330, SOC 3130, SOC 3230, THEATR 4220, THEATR 4630, THEATR 4730, WMSTD 1130, WMSTD 3200, WMSTD 3730

3.6 Recognize the influence the students’ own culture, gender, racial identity, and experiences have on their own attitudes towards people different from themselves.

BSAD 3340, ENGL 2640, ENGL 2650, ENGL 3260, ENGL 3260, ENGL 3850, ENGL 4550, ENGL 4550, MUSIC 2750, PHLSPHY 3530, PHYED 1000, PHYED 1020, PHYED 1040, PHYED 1100, PHYED 1110, PHYED 1120, PHYED 1130, PHYED 1140, PHYED 1150, PHYED 1200, PHYED 1210, PHYED 1220, PHYED 1230, PHYED 1250, PHYED 1280, PHYED 1290, PHYED 1300, PHYED 1310, PHYED 1330, PHYED 1340, PHYED 1360, PHYED 1370, PHYED 1380, PHYED 1390, PHYED 1400, PHYED 1410, PHYED 1430, PHYED 1440, PHYED 1450, PHYED 1460, PHYED 1530, PHYED 1620, PHYED 1640, PSYCH 2530, PSYCH 3000, PSYCH 4030, SOC 1130, SOC 1230, SOC 2130, SOC 3630, SPCH 3250, THEATR 4840, THEATR 4850

4.1 Recognize that personal choices have consequences on ourselves, others, and the environment.

BIOL 1020, CJ 1130, ETHNSTDY 2230, ETNSTDY 1030, GEOGRPHY 1330, GEOGRPHY 3030, GEOGRPHY 3130, GEOGRPHY 3170, GEOGRPHY 3330, GEOGRPHY 4230, GEOL 1140, GEOL 1240, PHLSPHY 3840, PHYED 1000, PHYED 1020, PHYED 1040, PHYED 1100, PHYED 1110, PHYED 1120, PHYED 1130, PHYED 1140, PHYED 1150, PHYED 1200, PHYED 1210, PHYED 1220, PHYED 1230, PHYED 1250, PHYED 1280, PHYED 1290, PHYED 1300, PHYED 1310, PHYED 1330, PHYED 1340, PHYED 1360, PHYED 1370, PHYED 1380, PHYED 1390, PHYED 1400, PHYED 1410, PHYED 1430, PHYED 1440, PHYED 1450, PHYED 1460, PHYED 1530, PHYED 1620, PHYED 1640, POLISCI 1530, PSYCH 2030, PSYCH 3030, PSYCH 3130, PSYCH 3230, PSYCH 3630, PSYCH 3830, PSYCH 4020, SOC 3130, SOC 3530, SOC 3630, SPCH 3250, UWPStudy 1010

4.2 Distinguish between ethical and unethical behavior.

BIOL 2340, CJ 1130, HIST 3400, MEDIA 1630, PHLSPHY 2530, PHLSPHY 2540, PHLSPHY 2550, PHYED 1000, PHYED 1020, PHYED 1040, PHYED 1100, PHYED 1110, PHYED 1120, PHYED 1130, PHYED 1140, PHYED 1150, PHYED 1200, PHYED 1210, PHYED 1220, PHYED 1230, PHYED 1250, PHYED 1280, PHYED 1290, PHYED 1300, PHYED 1310, PHYED 1330, PHYED 1340, PHYED 1360, PHYED 1370, PHYED 1380, PHYED 1390, PHYED 1400, PHYED 1410, PHYED 1430, PHYED 1440, PHYED 1450, PHYED 1460, PHYED 1530, PHYED 1620, PHYED 1640, POLISCI 3650, POLISCI 3830, POLISCI 4420, PSYCH 1130, PSYCH 3010, PSYCH 3530, PSYCH 4430, SOC 3430, SPCH 3250, UWPStudy 1010

4.3 Demonstrate knowledge of the multiple viewpoints regarding ethics, justice, and other questions of human meaning and value.

ART 4230, BSAD 1300, CJ 2830, ENGL 2130, ENGL 2330, ENGL 3220, ENGL 3320, ENGL 3420, ENGL 3520, ENGL 3850, ENGL 3910, ENGL 4100, ENGL 4120, ENGL 4130, ENGL 4330, ENGL 4550, ENGL 4550, ETHNSTDY 2130, ETHNSTDY 2200, ETHNSTDY 2230, ETNSTDY 1030, GEOGRPHY 3170, GEOGRPHY 3330, GEOGRPHY 3350, GEOGRPHY 3430, GEOGRPHY 3530, GEOGRPHY 3630, GEOGRPHY 3730, HIST 3010, HIST 3080, HIST 3160, HIST 3450, HIST 3710, HIST 3970, MEDIA 3770, PHLSPHY 1130, PHLSPHY 2330, PHLSPHY 2430, PHLSPHY 2530, PHLSPHY 2540, PHLSPHY 2550, PHLSPHY 2730, PHLSPHY 2830, PHLSPHY 2930, PHLSPHY 3230, PHLSPHY 3630, PHLSPHY 3740, POLISCI 1430, POLISCI 2940, POLISCI 3320, POLISCI 3330, POLISCI 3520, POLISCI 3530, POLISCI 3650, POLISCI 3730, POLISCI 3750, POLISCI 3830, POLISCI 4420, PSYCH 2530, SEJ 2230, SOC 1130, SOC 2130, SOC 3330, SPCH 3250, THEATR 4220, THEATR 4630, THEATR 4730, THEATR 4840, THEATR 4850, WMSTD 3200

4.4 Recognize the importance of individual engagement on a local, regional, national, or international level.

ETHNSTDY 2200, ETHNSTDY 2230, HIST 3450, MUSIC 2850, POLISCI 1230, POLISCI 1430, POLISCI 3320, POLISCI 3330, POLISCI 3530, POLISCI 3730, PSYCH 3990, SPCH 2250

4.5 Recognize the impacts of technology and scientific innovation on society and the environment.

AGINDUS 2330, AGSCI 3220, BIOL 1150, BIOL 1350, BIOL 1750, BIOL 2340, BSAD 1300, GEOGRPHY 1040, GEOGRPHY 1050, GEOGRPHY 3130, GEOGRPHY 3330, GEOL 1140, GEOL 1240, HIST 3480, MEDIA 1630, PHLSPHY 2540, POLISCI 1230, SOC 1030

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