General Education for RN to BSN

C. Communication
C1. Writing
Select one of the following:3
College Writing I
Honors Seminar in Great Books and Ideas Part I
C2. Literature
Select one of the following:3
College Writing II
Honors Seminar in Great Books and Ideas Part II
F. Humanities
F2. Philosophical and Religious Perspectives
Select one of the following:3
Philosophical Orientation to Education
Introduction to Philosophy
Religions of the World
Understanding Religion
Religious Ethics
Religion and Culture
H. Mathematics
STAT 109Statistics3
STAT 109 is a required collateral course for the nursing major.
K. Social Science
K2. Global Cultural Perspectives
Select one of the following:3
Cultural Anthropology
Introduction to Archaeology
Cultures of the Middle East
Native North Americans
Anthropology of Globalization
Cultures of South Asia
Non-Western Contributions to the Western World
Cultures of Latin America
Health and Healing in Cross Cultural Perspective
The Arab World and Religion
Introduction to Arab Culture
The Arab World and Religion
Introduction to Arab Culture
Contemporary Chinese Cinema and Society
Worlds of Dance
Geography of East and Southeast Asia
Images of Muslim Women in Twentieth Century Literature and Culture
Introduction to Women Authors of French-Speaking Africa
Francophone Film
Russian Culture and Civilization
Reading Asian Cultures
Francophone Film
Transnational Feminisms
Israeli-Hebrew Culture
Introduction to African Civilization
Introduction to the Modern Middle East
Early Latin American History
Modern Latin America
Introduction to Chinese Civilization
Introduction to Modern South Asia
Introduction to International Justice
Perspectives on Latin America
Asian Philosophy
Asian Religions
Islamic Religious Traditions
African Religions
Africana Religions in the Americas
Native American Religion
Religion in Latin America
Sociology of Rich and Poor Nations
Special Topics in Global Art Cultures
K3. Social Science Perspectives
Select one of the following:3
Introduction to Disability Studies, Rights, and Culture
Anthropology of Multicultural America
Anthropology of Conflict and Violence
The Anthropology of Race
Urban Anthropology
Historical Archaeology
Culture and Appearance
Child Abuse and Neglect
The Human Environment
Human Geography
World Geography
Land and Life in Latin America
Introduction to American Urban Studies
Urban Georgraphy
Introduction to Economics
Applied Macroeconomics
Applied Microeconomics
Psychological Foundations of Education
Gender Issues in Education
Social Gerontology: The Study of Aging
Introduction to Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (GLBTQ) Studies
Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies
Human Sexuality
Leisure and Recreation in Society
Introduction to Jewish American Studies
Perspectives on Law
Introduction to Law
Conflict and Its Resolution
Language of Food
Introduction to General Linguistics
Language in Society
Language and Culture
Language of Propaganda
Language and Gender
Dynamics of Food and Society
Nutrition: A Socioecological Perspective
Social Problems in Sports
Introduction to Politics
American Government and Politics
Comparative Politics
Introduction to Psychology
Psychology of Leadership for Emerging Leaders: Theory and Application
Psychology of Leadership: Theory and Application
Racial and Ethnic Relations
Sociology of the Family
Individual and Society
Social Problems
Sociology of Conflict and Violence
L. Interdisciplinary Studies
May be satisfied by a 100-200 level course transferred from an RN program.3