General Education (Gen-ED) Requirements


Following are approved Fine Arts, Humanities, Social Science, and Natural Science courses that meet program requirements for a degree. Students may not use a course in their major to fulfill their degree requirements.

Humanities
Courses to fulfill the general education requirement in humanities must be selected from the following:
  • ARCH 180 History of Architecture
  • ASLS 101 American Sign Language I
  • ENGL-205 Introduction to Short Story and Novel
  • ENGL-206 Introduction to Poetry and Drama
  • ENGL-211 American Literature to 1865
  • ENGL-212 American Literature after 1865
  • ENGL-221 British Literature to 1798
  • ENGL-222 British Literature after 1798
  • ENGL-240-241 Current Topics in Literature
  • ENGL-243 Ethnic Literature
  • ENGL-244 African-American Writers
  • ENGL-253 Bible as Literature
  • FREN Any French course with FREN prefix
  • HIST-101 Early Western Civilization
  • HIST-102 Modern Western Civilization
  • HUMA-105 Humanities Through the Arts
  • HUMA-150 Structure of Western Thought: Ancient Greece
  • HUMA-201 Humanities: An Introduction
  • HUMA-220 Modernism in the Arts
  • HUMA-260 Activism and Change
  • PHIL-101 Introduction to Philosophy
  • PHIL-175 Social Ethics
  • SPAN Any Spanish course with SPAN prefix
  • SPCH-130 Fundamentals of Speech Communication
  • SPCH-230 Public Speaking
    Natural Sciences
    Courses to fulfill the general education requirement in
    natural science must be selected from the following:
  • BIOL Any biology course with BIOL prefix
         except BIOL-072, BIOL-095 and BIOL-114
  • CHEM Any chemistry course with CHEM prefix
  • GEOL Any geology course with GEOL prefix
  • PHYS Any physics course with PHYS prefix
         except PHYS-105
  • SCIE-101 Physical Science
  • Fine Arts
    Courses to fulfill the general education requirement in fine arts must be selected from the following:
  • FNAR-103 Drawing I
  • FNAR-113 Painting I
  • FNAR-120 Art Appreciation
  • FNAR-125 or 126 Art History Survey I and II
  • FNAR-127 Contemporary Art
  • FNAR-151 Jewelry Making I
  • FNAR-155 Ceramics I
  • FNAR-158 Three Dimensional Design
  • FNAR-213 Water Media Painting
  • MUSC-105 Music Appreciation
  • MUSC-200 Introduction to Jazz Literature
  • THEA-101 Introduction to Theatre
  • THEA-102 Modern Theatre
  • THEA-207 Classical Theatre
    Social/Behavioral Sciences
    Courses to fulfill the general education requirement in social science must be selected from the following:
  • ANTH Any anthropology course with ANTH prefix
  • ECON-201 Macroeconomics
  • ECON-202 Microeconomics
  • GEOG Any geography course with GEOG prefix
  • HIST-141 African-American History
  • HIST-205 American History to 1865
  • HIST-206 American History after 1865
  • HIST-260 Louisiana History
  • POLI-180 American Government
  • PSYC Any psychology course with PSYC prefix
  • SOCI-151 Introductory Sociology
  • SOCI-155 Modern Social Problems
  • SOCI-200 Music as Culture
  • SOCI-208 Global Values
  • SOCI-250 Studies in Cultural Diversity


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