General Education Curriculum (GEC/Capstone/Writing)

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Current as of 08/18/2014

Effective with the beginning of the Fall Semester, 2005, all matriculating students will be required to fulfill the requirements of the General Education Curriculum by taking an appropriate selection of these courses. Additional courses will be added to the list in the future as they are approved for inclusion in the GEC.


(G01) Objective 1: Communication

ENGL 101 – Composition and Rhetoric
ENGL 102 – Composition and Rhetoric
ENGL 103* – Accelerated Academic Writing*

* This three-hour course has admissions requirements. Students completing ENGL 103 to satisfy GEC Objective 1, students must still take 128 hours to graduate.

A component of Objective 1 requires the successful completion of a ‘writing’ (W) course, preferably in the major. Please consult the list of available ‘writing’ courses to determine a course to fulfill this objective.

(G02) Objective 2: Basic Mathematical Skills and Scientific Inquiry

(G02A) Group A:

CDFS 250 – Research Methods/Data Analysis
ECON 225 – Elemntry Busness/Economcs Stat
MATH 121 – Intro Concepts Of Mathematics
MATH 128 – Plane Trigonometry
MATH 129 – Pre-Calculus Mathematics
MATH 150 – Introduction To Calculus
MATH 153 – Caclulus 1a with Precalculus
MATH 154 – Calculus 1b with Precalculus
MATH 155 – Calculus 1
MATH 156 – Calculus 2
MATH 218 – History Of Mathematics
MATH 126A – College Algebra 5-Day
MATH 126B – College Algebra 4-Day
MATH 126C – College Algebra 3-Day
STAT 111 – Understanding Statistics
STAT 201 – Applied Statistical Modeling
STAT 211 – Elemntry Statistical Inference
STAT 215 – Intro Probability & Statistics

(G02B) Group B:

BIOL 101 – General Biology
BIOL 102 – General Biology
BIOL 103 – General Biology Laboratory
BIOL 104 – General Biology Laboratory
BIOL 105 – Environmental Biology
BIOL 106 – Environmental Biology Lab
BIOL 107 – Biotechnology and Society
BIOL 115 – Principles Of Biology
BIOL 117 – Introductory Physiology
CHEM 111 – Survey of Chemistry
CHEM 112 – Survey of Chemistry
CHEM 115 – Fundamentals of Chemistry
CHEM 116 – Fundamentals of Chemistry
CHEM 117 – Principles of Chemistry
CHEM 118 – Principles of Chemistry
GEN 101 – Beginner’s Guide-Genetics
GEOG 106 – Physical Geography Laboratory
GEOG 107 – Physical Geography
GEOG 110 – Environmental Geoscience
GEOG 111 – Environmental Geoscience Lab
GEOG 149 – Digital Earth Lab
GEOG 150 – Digital Earth
GEOG 207 – Climate And Environment
GEOL 101 – Planet Earth
GEOL 102 – Planet Earth Laboratory
GEOL 103 – Earth Through Time
GEOL 104 – Earth Through Time Laboratory
GEOL 110 – Environmental Geoscience
GEOL 111 – Environmental Geoscience Lab
GEOL 230 – Fossils and Evolution
PHSC 101 – Introductry Physical Science 1
PHSC 102 – Introductry Physicl Science 2
PHYS 101 – Introductory Physics
PHYS 102 – Introductory Physics
PHYS 105 – Conceptual Physics
PHYS 107 – Physics Of Music
PHYS 111 – General Physics
PHYS 112 – General Physics

(G02C) Group C:

AEM 341 – General Microbiology
ARE 187 – Energy Resource
ASTR 106 – Descriptive Astronomy
ASTR 110 – Explosion in Space
A&VS 275 – Companion Animal Science
CS 101 – Intro-Computer Applications
DSGN 340 – Design for Energy Efficiency
ENVP 119 – Soil in the City
ENVP 155 – Elements-Environmtl Protection
FDST 200 – Food Science and Technology
FOR 140 – W Va Natural Resources
GEOL 203 – Physical Oceanography
HN&F 171 – Introduction to Nutrition
PHYS 111 – General Physics
PLSC 105 – Plants/People:Past/ Present
PLSC 206 – Principles of Plant Science
SOCA 252 – Physical Anthropology
WDSC 100 – Forest Resources in US History
WMAN 150 – Principle-Conservation Ecology
WMAN 175 – Introduction to Wildlife and Fisheries

(G03) Objective 3: The Past and Its Traditions

ARHS 101 – Landmarks of World Art
ARHS 120 – Survey of Art History 1
ARHS 160 – Survey of Art History 2
ARHS 181 – World Architecture 4:1850-Pres
ARHS 382 – Architect Frank Lloyd Wright
ART 109 – Basic Drawing 1 for Non Majors
ART 110 – Basic Drawing 2 for Non Majors
ASTR 106 – Descriptive Astronomy
CLAS 101 – Elementary Latin 1
CLAS 102 – Elementary Latin 2
CLAS 203 – Intermediate Latin 1
CLAS 204 – Intermediate Latin 2
CLAS 231 – Greek & Roman Civilizatn Cultr
CLAS 232 – Greek And Roman Myths
COMM 305 – Appreciation-Motion Picture
ENGL 225 – Western World Literature
ENGL 236 – The Bible as Literature
ENGL 251 – American Folklore and Culture
ENGL 261 – British Literature 1
ENGL 262 – British Literature 2
ENGL 263 – Shakespeare 1
ENGL 272 – Modern Literature
ENGR 140 – Engineering in History
FCLT161 – The Many Latin Americas
FCLT 206 – Intro to Japanese Culture
FCLT 210 – Chinese Civilization/Culture
FCLT 260 – Cultures of Mexico
FCLT 321 – Gods/Heroes-Nordic Mythology
FDM 210 – Fashion/Dress Through History (ended effective 201405)
FILM 101 – The Art of Film 1
FRCH 301 – Language Through Civilization
HIST 101 – W Civilization:Antiquity-1600
HIST 102 – W Civilization:1600-Present
HIST 104 – Latin America:Past & Present
HIST 105 – The Middle East (ended 201401)
HIST 106 – East Asia: An Introducton
HIST 108 – North America:Past and Present
HIST 152 – Growth-American Nation to 1865
HIST 153 – Making Modern Amrca:1865-Prsnt
HIST 179 – World History to 1500
HIST 180 – World History Since 1500
HIST 201 – History of Ancient Times (ended 201405)
HIST 203 – Introducton to Medieval Europe
HIST 204 – Renaissance & Reformation
HIST 205 – Absoultism & Enlightenment
HIST 207 – Revolutionary Europe
HIST 210 – Modern Military History
HIST 217 – History of Russia to 1917
HIST 221 – History of Modern Germany
HIST 225 – Modern South Asia
HIST 241 – Latin Amrca:Cltr/Cnqst/Colnztn
HIST 257 – Antebellum America:1781-1861
HIST 259 – The United States:l865-1918
HIST 261 – Recent America:U.S. since 1918
HIST 264 – American Indian History
HIST 277 – Revolutions-Science/Technology (ended 201401)
HIST 281 – The Agrarian Transformation
HN&F 350 – Cross-Culture Dietary Pattern
HUM 107 – The Humanities of Egypt
HUM 109 – The Italian Renaissance
LARC 212 – History-Landscape Architecture
MATH 218 – History Of Mathematics
MUSC 112 – Great Composers in Performance
PET 101 – Games in American Culture
PHIL 140 – Historical Intro to Philosophy
PHIL 244 – History of Ancient Philosophy
PHIL 248 – History of Modern Philosophy
PHIL 346 – History of Ethics
PHIL 351 – Topics in Medieval Philosophy
POLS 102 – Intro American Government
POLS 220 – State and Local Government
POLS 373 – American Political Philosophy
RELG 102 – Introduction-World Religions
RELG 219 – The History of Christianity
RELG 222 – Origins of Judaism
RELG 223 – Christianity in America
RELG 231 – Religions of China and Japan
RELG 232 – History & Practice of Islam
RELG 301 – Studies in Asian Scriptures
RELG 302 – Studies in Islamic Scripture
RELG 303 – Studies in Christian Scripture
RELG 304 – Studies in Hebrew Scriptures
SM 275 – The Olympic Games
SOCA 258 – Introduction to Archaeology
SPAN 330 – Latin American Culture
SPAN 340 – Culture of Spain
THET 101 – Introduction to the Theatre
THET 301 – History of Western Theatre (was THET 260)
USAF 251 – Air and Space Power 1
USAF 252 – Air and Space Power 2
WDSC 100 – Forest Resources in US History

(G03M) Majors-Only Courses:

MUSC 270 – Hist-Western Musical Tradtns 1

(G04) Objective 4: Contemporary Society

ADV 201 – Advertising and Society
AEM 341 – General Microbiology
AGEE 101 – Global Food/Agricltrl Industry
AGEE 220 – Group Organization/Leadership
ARE 150 – Intro Agri & Agribusiness Econ
ARE 187 – Energy Resource
ARE 220 – Intro Envirnmntl/Resource Econ
ASP 220 – Intro Africana Studies
BIOL 105 – Environmental Biology
BIOL 106 – Environmental Biology Lab
BIOL 107 – Biotechnology and Society
BIOL 122 – Human Sexuality
CDFS 110 – Families Across the Life Span
CHIN 101 – First Year Chinese 1
CHIN 102 – First Year Chinese 2
CHIN 203 – Second Year Chinese 1
CHIN 204 – Second Year Chinese 2
CHPR 365 – Men’s Health
CHPR 380 – Women and Health
COMM 100 – Principles-Human Communication
COMM 102 – Human Comm-Interprsnl Context
COMM 104 – Public Communication
COMM 105 – Introduction to the Mass Media
COMM 112 – Small Group Communication
COMM 122 – Human Comm-Contemprary Society
COMM 306 – Communication-Orgnztns/Instutn
COMM 308 – Nonverbal Communication
COMM 309 – Health Communication
COMM 314 – Nonviolence-Comm Behavior
COMM 410 – Family Communication
COUN 230 – Life Choices
CS 101 – Intro-Computer Applications
DSGN 280 – Sustainable Design & Develop
ECON 111 – The Economic System (course made inactive 201305)
ECON 201 – Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 202 – Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 225 – Elemntry Busness/Economcs Stat
ECON 301 – Intermed Micro-Economic Theory
ECON 401 – Managerial Economics
EDUC 200 – Professional Inquiry-Education
ENGL 255 – Multiethnic Literature
ENGL 273 – Contemporary Literature
ENGR 140 – Engineering in History
ENVP 119 – Soil in the City
ENVP 155 – Elements-Environmtl Protection
FDM 220 – Fashion/the Body/Culture (ended effective 201405)
FDST 200 – Food Science and Technology
FIS 201 – Intro-Forensic Identification
FIS 304 – Latent Fingerprint
FOR 140 – W Va Natural Resources
FRCH 100 – Intensive Elementary French
FRCH 101 – Elementary French 1
FRCH 102 – Elementary French 2
FRCH 200 – Intensive Intermediate French
FRCH 203 – Intermediate French 1
FRCH 204 – Intermediate French 2
FRCH 302 – Language Through Culture (ending 201305)
GEN 101 – Beginner’s Guide-Genetics
GEOG 106 – Physical Geography Laboratory
GEOG 107 – Physical Geography
GEOG 108 – Human Geography
GEOG 110 – Environmental Geoscience
GEOG 111 – Environmental Geoscience Lab
GEOG 205 – Natural Resources
GEOG 207 – Climate And Environment
GEOG 210 – Urban Geography
GEOG 240 – United States and Canada
GEOG 241 – Geography of Europe
GEOG 243 – Geography of Africa
GEOG 244 – Geography of the Middle East
GEOL 101 – Planet Earth
GEOL 110 – Environmental Geoscience
GEOL 111 – Environmental Geoscience Lab
GEOL 203 – Physical Oceanography
GER 101 – Elementary German 1
GER 102 – Elementary German 2
GER 203 – Intermediate German 1
GER 204 – Intermediate German 2
HIST 104 – Latin America:Past & Present
HIST 108 – North America:Past and Present
HIST 209 – Twentieth Century Europe
HIST 218 – History of Russia:1900-Present
HIST 242 – Latin America:Reform/Revolutn
HIST 281 – The Agrarian Transformation
HN&F 126 – Society and Food
HN&F 171 – Introduction to Nutrition
ITAL 101 – Elementary Italian 1
ITAL 102 – Elementary Italian 2
ITAL 203 – Intermediate Italian 1
ITAL 204 – Intermediate Italian 2
JAPN 101 – Elementary Japanese 1
JAPN 102 – Elementary Japanese 2
JAPN 203 – Intermediate Japanese 1
JAPN 204 – Intermediate Japanese 2
JRL 235 – Electronic Media & Society (was TVJ 215)
LING 101 – Introduction To Language
MILS 101 – Military Science
MILS 102 – Military Science
MILS 201 – Military Science
MILS 202 – Military Science
MUSC 111 – Introduction to Music
MUSC 114 – Music in the Modern Age
NAS 200 – Intro:Native American Studies
PHIL 100 – Problems of Philosophy
PHIL 130 – Current Moral Problems
PHIL 170 – Intro to Critical Reasoning
PHIL 212 – Philosophy of Sport
PHIL 260 – Intro to Symbolic Logic
PHIL 301 – Metaphysics
PHIL 302 – Theory of Knowledge
PHIL 306 – Philosophy of Mind
PHIL 308 – Philosophy of Religion
PHIL 310 – Philosophy of Science
PHIL 321 – Ethical Theory
PHIL 323 – Social/Political Philosophy
PHIL 325 – Philosophy of Law
PHIL 331 – Health Care Ethics
PHIL 355 – Existentialism
PLSC 105 – Plants/People:Past/ Present
POLS 102 – Intro American Government
POLS 210 – Law and the Legal System
POLS 220 – State and Local Government
POLS 260 – Intro International Relations
POLS 270 – History of Political Thought 1
POLS 351 – Russian/Post-Soviet Politics
POLS 355 – Governments of Latin America
POLS 356 – Politics of the Middle East
POLS 361 – International Law & Institutns
POLS 364 – American Foreign Relations (ended 201401)
PSYC 101 – Introduction to Psychology
PSYC 233 – Psychology of Cinema
PSYC 241 – Intro to Human Development
PSYC 251 – Intro to Social Psychology
PSYC 281 – Intro to Abnormal Psychology
RELG 105 – Intro:Issues-Religious Studies (ending 201405)
RELG 210 – Contemporary Theology 1 (ending 201405)
RELG 222 – Origins of Judaism
SEES 101 – Intro Slavic/East Europe Study
SEP 271 – Sport in American Society
SEP 272 – Psychological Perspectivs-Sprt
SEP 373 – African Americans in Sports
SM 275 – The Olympic Games
SM 375 – Sport in the Global Market
SOCA 101 – Introduction to Sociology
SOCA 207 – Social Problems-Contmp America
SOCA 221 – Families and Society
SOCA 232 – Criminology (ended effective 201405)
SOCA 235 – Race Relations
SOCA 351 – Traditional & Changing Africa
SOWK 105 – Social Welfare Institutions
SOWK 147 – Human Diversity
SPA 270 – Effective Public Speaking
SPA 280 – Communication Disorder-Film
SPED 304SPED in Contemporary Society
STAT 111 – Understanding Statistics
STAT 201 – Applied Statistical Modeling
STAT 211 – Elemntry Statistical Inference
TVJ 215 – Electronic Media & Society (changed to JRL 235, 201405)
USAF 131 – Foundations of US Air Force 1
USAF 132 – Foundations of US Air Force 2
USAF 371 – Leadership Studies 1
USAF 372 – Leadership Studies 2
WMAN 100 – The Tradition of Hunting
WMAN 150 – Principle-Conservation Ecology
WMAN 175 – Introduction to Wildlife and Fisheries
WGST 150 – Women in Movies
WGST 170 – Introduction to Womens Studies
WGST 242 – Women’s Health and Fitness
WGST 245 – Women-International Developmnt
WGST 340 – Gender and Violence

(G04M) Majors-Only Courses:

MUSC 271 – Hist-Western Musical Tradtns 2

(G05) Objective 5: Artistic Expression

ARHS 101 – Landmarks of World Art
ARHS 111 – World Architecture 1
ARHS 120 – Survey of Art History 1
ARHS 160 – Survey of Art History 2
ARHS 181 – World Architecture 4:1850-Pres
ARHS 382 – Architect Frank Lloyd Wright
ARHS 388 – The Art of Andy Warhol
ART 109 – Basic Drawing 1 for Non Majors
ART 110 – Basic Drawing 2 for Non Majors
CLAS 232 – Greek And Roman Myths
COMM 305 – Appreciation-Motion Pictures
COMM 315 – American Diversity in Film
DANC 170 – Introduction to Dance
ENGL 131 – Poetry and Drama
ENGL 132 – Short Story and Novel
ENGL 139 – Contemporary African Literatur
ENGL 154 – African American Literature
ENGL 156 – Literature Native America
ENGL 225 – Western World Literature
ENGL 226 – Non-Western World Literature
ENGL 232 – Poetry
ENGL 233 – Short Story
ENGL 234 – Drama
ENGL 235 – Novel
ENGL 241 – American Literature 1
ENGL 242 – American Literature 2
ENGL 254 – African American Literature
ENGL 261 – British Literature 1
ENGL 262 – British Literature 2
ENGL 263 – Shakespeare 1
ENGL 272 – Modern Literature
ENGL 273 – Contemporary Literature
ENGL 285 – Images Of Women in Literature
FCLT 250 – Russian Fairy Tales
FCLT 280 – SciFi:East/West
FCLT 281 – Vampire:Blood and Revolution
FCLT 306 – Japanese Culture and Cinema
FCLT 310 – Chinese Cinema
FCLT 380 – Holocaust:East Europe Film/Lit
FCLT 381 – Contemporary Polish Cinema
FCLT 382 – Polish Cinema:Kieslowski
FILM 101 – The Art of Film 1
FILM 102 – The Art of Film 2
FLIT 135 – Introduction-French Literature
FLIT 216 – Chinese Literature Translatn 1
FLIT 217 – Chinese Literature-Translatn 2
FLIT 235 – French Literature-Translatn 1
FLIT 236 – French Literature-Translatn 2
FLIT 238 – African Women Writers
FLIT 239 – Francophone Literature-Translt
FLIT240 – Italian Women Writers
FLIT 256 – Russian Literature Translatn 1
FLIT 257 – Russian Literature Translatn 2
FLIT 266 – Latin American Literature
FLIT 285 – Brazilian Literature Translatn
FLIT 360 – Discovering Mesoamerica
FRCH 304 – Advanced Readings (Ending 201305)
FRCH 421 – Survey of Literature 1
FRCH 422 – Survey of Literature 2
GER 331 – Survey of German Literature 1.
GER 332 – Survey of German Literature 2
HUM 101 – Intro-Western Civilization 1
HUM 102 – Intro-Western Civilization 2
HUM 103 – Honors Seminar in Humanities 1 (ending 201305)
HUM 104 – Honors Seminar in Humanities 2 (ending 201305)
HUM 106 – Promethean Myth/ Modern Arts
HUM 109 – The Italian Renaissance
LARC 212 – History-Landscape Architecture
MUSC 111 – Introduction to Music
MUSC 112 – Great Composers in Performance
MUSC 113 – 20th Century American Pop Mus
MUSC 114 – Music in the Modern Age
MUSC 115 – Introduction – History of Jazz
MUSC 116 – Music in World Cultures
MUSC 477 – Music Of Africa
PSYC 233 – Psychology of Cinema
SPAN 331 – Early Spanish American Lit
SPAN 332 – Modern Spanish American Lit
SPAN 341 – Early Literature of Spain
SPAN 342 – Modern Literature of Spain
THET 101 – Introduction to the Theatre
THET 102 – Acting
THET 144 – Fundamentals of Acting
THET 170 – World Theatre & Drama
ULIB 300 – Film & Media Literacy
WGST 215 – African Women Writers
WGST 225 – Women in Appalachia

(G05M) Majors-Only Courses:

MUSC 120 – History of Musical Theater
MUSC 270 – Hist-Western Musical Tradtns 1
MUSC 271 – Hist-Western Musical Tradtns 2
MUSC 475 – History Of Jazz

(G06) Objective 6: The Individual in Society

AGEE 220 – Group Organization/Leadership
ARE 150 – Intro Agri & Agribusiness Econ
BIOL 122 – Human Sexuality
CHPR 365 – Men’s Health
CHPR 380 – Women and Health
COMM 100 – Principles-Human Communication
COMM 102 – Human Comm-Interprsnl Context
COMM 104 – Public Communication
COMM 105 – Introduction to the Mass Media
COMM 112 – Small Group Communication
COMM 122 – Human Comm-Contemprary Society
COMM 212 – Gender & Communication
COMM 304 – Humn Comm/Rational Decisions
COMM 306 – Communication-Orgnztns/Instutn
COMM 308 – Nonverbal Communication
COMM 309 – Health Communication
COMM 317 – Communication And Aging
COMM 410 – Family Communication
COUN 230 – Life Choices
DISB 380 – Disability and the Family
DISB 385 – Disability and Society
DSGN 140 – Sustainable Living
EDUC 200 – Professional Inquiry-Education
FCLT 280 – SciFi:East/West
FCLT 281 – Vampire:Blood and Revolution
FCLT 380 – Holocaust:East Europe Film/Lit
FIS 304 – Latent Fingerprint
GERO 212 – Introduction to Gerontology
HONR 215 – Confronting Pseudoscience
HUM 106 – Promethean Myth/ Modern Arts
LING 101 – Introduction To Language
MILS 102 – Military Science
MILS 201 – Military Science
MILS 202 – Military Science
PHIL 100 – Problems of Philosophy
PHIL 130 – Current Moral Problems
PHIL 170 – Intro to Critical Reasoning
PHIL 212 – Philosophy of Sport
PHIL 260 – Intro to Symbolic Logic
PHIL 301 – Metaphysics
PHIL 302 – Theory of Knowledge
PHIL 306 – Philosophy of Mind
PHIL 310 – Philosophy of Science
PHIL 321 – Ethical Theory
PHIL 323 – Social/Political Philosophy
PHIL 325 – Philosophy of Law
PHIL 331 – Health Care Ethics
PHIL 354 – Themes/Continental Philosophy
PLSC 140 – Sustainable Living
POLS 270 – History of Political Thought 1
POLS 337 – Gender/Politics & Policy
PSYC 101 – Introduction to Psychology
PSYC 232 – Sex Roles and Behavior
PSYC 241 – Intro to Human Development
PSYC 251 – Intro to Social Psychology
PSYC 281 – Intro to Abnormal Psychology
RELG 105 – Intro:Issues-Religious Studies (ending 201405)
RELG 303 Studies in Christian Scripture
RESM 140 – Sustainable Living
SEP 272 – Psychological Perspectivs-Sprt
SOCA 221 – Families and Society
SPA 270 – Effective Public Speaking
SPA 280 – Communication Disorder – Film
SPED 304SPED in Contemporary Society
USAF 131 – Foundations of US Air Force 1
USAF 132 – Foundations of US Air Force 2
USAF 251 – Air and Space Power 1
USAF 252 – Air and Space Power 2
USAF 371 – Leadership Studies 1
USAF 372 – Leadership Studies 2
WGST 242 – Women’s Health and Fitness
WGST 250 – Women in Science
WGST 340 – Gender and Violence

(G06F) Objective 6F: First Year Seminar

ACE 106 – Introduction to Athletic Coaching
ART 191 – First-Year Seminar CCA
BCOR 199-Introduction to Business
CDFS 101 – Introduction to Child Development and Family Studies
DTHY 101 – Introduction to Dental Hygiene
ENGR 199 – Orientation to Engineering
EXPH 100 – Introduction to Exercise Physiology
HONR 199 – Orientation to Honors
JRL 115 – Journalism Orientation
MILS 101 – Military Science
MUSC 191 – First-Year Seminar
PET 167 – Introduction to Physical Education
SM 167 – Introduction to Sport Management
THET 191 – First Year Seminar
WVUE 191 – First Year Seminar
WVUE 191A – First Year Seminar – MSA
WVU 191B – First Year Seminar – SSS/TRIO

(G07) Objective 7: American Culture

ADV 201 – Advertising and Society
ARHS 388 – The Art of Andy Warhol
ASP 220 – Intro Africana Studies
A&VS 275 – Companion Animal Science
CDFS 112 – Introduction to Marriage and Family
COMM 212 – Gender & Communication
COMM 304 – Humn Comm/Rational Decisions
COMM 315 – American Diversity in Film
COMM 317 – Communication And Aging
DSGN 140 – Sustainable Living
ENGL 132 – Short Story and Novel
ENGL 154 – African American Literature
ENGL 241 – American Literature 1
ENGL 242 – American Literature 2
ENGL 251 – American Folklore and Culture
ENGL 254 – African American Literature
ENGL 255 – Multiethnic Literature
ENGL 258 – Popular American Culture
EXPH 230 – Exercise in American Culture
FCLT 240 – Italian-American Experience
FILM 102 – The Art of Film 2
GEOG 210 – Urban Geography
GEOG 240 – United States and Canada
GERO 212 – Introduction to Gerontology
HIST 152 – Growth-American Nation to 1865
HIST 153 – Making Modern Amrca:1865-Prsnt
HIST 210 – Modern Military History
HIST 257 – Antebellum America:1781-1861
HIST 259 – The United States:l865-1918
HIST 261 – Recent America:U.S. since 1918
HIST 264 – American Indian History
HONR 210 – City – As – Text – Morgantown
HONR 215 – Confronting Pseudoscience
MUSC 113 – 20th Century American Pop Mus
MUSC 115 – Introduction – History of Jazz
MUSC 120 – History of Musical Theater
PET 101 – Games in American Culture
PLSC 140 – Sustainable Living
POLS 337 – Gender/Politics & Policy
POLS 373 – American Political Philosophy
PSYC 232 – Sex Roles and Behavior
RELG 223 – Christianity in America
RESM 140 – Sustainable Living
SEP 271 – Sport in American Society
SEP 373 – African Americans in Sports
SOCA 101 – Introduction to Sociology
SOCA 207 – Social Problems-Contmp America
SOCA 232 – Criminology (ended effective 201405)
SOCA 235 – Race Relations
SOWK 105 – Social Welfare Institutions
SOWK 147 – Human Diversity
ULIB 300 – Film & Media Literacy
WMAN 100 – The Tradition of Hunting
WGST 150 – Women in Movies
WGST 170 – Introduction to Womens Studies
WGST 225 – Women in Appalachia
WGST 250 – Women in Science

(G07M) Majors-Only Courses:

MUSC 475 – History Of Jazz

(G08) Objective 8: Western Culture

CLAS 101 – Elementary Latin 1
CLAS 102 – Elementary Latin 2
CLAS 231 – Greek & Roman Civilizatn Cultr
COMM 316 – Intercultural Communication
ECON 111 – The Economic System (course made inactive 201305)
ECON 201 – Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 202 – Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 301 – Intermed Micro-Economic Theory
FCLT 240 – Italian-American Experience
FCLT 321 – Gods/Heroes-Nordic Mythology
FCLT 381 – Contemporary Polish Cinema
FCLT 382 – Polish Cinema:Kieslowski
FDM 210 – Fashion/Dress Through History (ended effective 201405)
FLIT 135 – Introduction-French Literature
FLIT 235 – French Literature-Translatn 1
FLIT 236 – French Literature-Translatn 2
FLIT240 – Italian Women Writers
FLIT 256 – Russian Literature Translatn 1
FLIT 257 – Russian Literature Translatn 2
FRCH 100 – Intensive Elementary French
FRCH 101 – Elementary French 1
FRCH 102 – Elementary French 2
FRCH 200 – Intensive Intermediate French
FRCH 203 – Intermediate French 1
FRCH 301 – Language Through Civilization
FRCH 302 – Language Through Culture (ending 201305)
FRCH 304 – Advanced Readings (ending 201305)
FRCH 421 – Survey of Literature 1
GEOG 102 – World Regions
GEOG 108 – Human Geography
GEOG 241 – Geography of Europe
GER 101 – Elementary German 1
GER 102 – Elementary German 2
GER 203 – Intermediate German 1
GER 204 – Intermediate German 2
GER 331 – Survey of German Literature 1.
GER 332 – Survey of German Literature 2
HIST 101 – W Civilization:Antiquity-1600
HIST 102 – W Civilization:1600-Present
HIST 201 – History of Ancient Times (ended 201405)
HIST 203 – Introducton to Medieval Europe
HIST 204 – Renaissance & Reformation
HIST 205 – Absoultism & Enlightenment
HIST 207 – Revolutionary Europe
HIST 209 – Twentieth Century Europe
HIST 217 – History of Russia to 1917
HIST 218 – History of Russia:1900-Present
HIST 221 – History of Modern Germany
HIST 256 – History-American Revolution (ended 201401)
HIST 277 – Revolutions-Science/Technology (ended 201401)
HN&F 126 – Society and Food
HUM 101 – Intro-Western Civilization 1
HUM 102 – Intro-Western Civilization 2
HUM 103 – Honors Seminar in Humanities 1 (ending 201305)
HUM 104 – Honors Seminar in Humanities 2 (ending 201305)
ITAL 101 – Elementary Italian 1
ITAL 102 – Elementary Italian 2
ITAL 203 – Intermediate Italian 1
ITAL 204 – Intermediate Italian 2
JRL 101 – Intro to Mass Communication
JRL 225 – Electronic Media & Society (was TVJ 235)
ORIN 175 – Western Europe Study Trip
PHIL 140 – Historical Intro to Philosophy
PHIL 244 – History of Ancient Philosophy
PHIL 248 – History of Modern Philosophy
PHIL 308 – Philosophy of Religion
PHIL 346 – History of Ethics
PHIL 351 – Topics in Medieval Philosophy
PHIL 354 – Themes/Continental Philosophy
PHIL 355 – Existentialism
POLS 103 – Global Political Issues
POLS 260 – Intro International Relations
POLS 351 – Russian/Post-Soviet Politics
POLS 364 – American Foreign Relations (ended 201401)
RELG 210 – Contemporary Theology 1 (ending 201405)
RELG 219 – The History of Christianity
RUSS 101 – Elementary Russian 1
RUSS 102 – Elementary Russian 2
RUSS 203 – Intermediate Russian 1
RUSS 204 – Intermediate Russian 2
SEES 101 – Intro Slavic/East Europe Study
SOCA 105 – Introduction to Anthropology
SPAN 100 – Intensive Elementary Spanish
SPAN 101 – Elementary Spanish 1
SPAN 102 – Elementary Spanish 2
SPAN 200 – Intensive Intermediate Spanish
SPAN 203 – Intermediate Spanish 1
SPAN 204 – Intermediate Spanish 2
SPAN 340 – Culture of Spain
SPAN 341 – Early Literature of Spain
SPAN 342 – Modern Literature of Spain
THET 301 – History of Western Theatre (was THET 260)
TVJ 215 – Electronic Media & Society (changed to JRL 235, 201405)

(G09) Objective 9: Non-Western Culture

AGEE 101 – Global Food/Agricltrl Industry
CHIN 101 – First Year Chinese 1
CHIN 102 – First Year Chinese 2
CHIN 203 – Second Year Chinese 1
CHIN 204 – Second Year Chinese 2
COMM 314 – Nonviolence-Comm Behavior
COMM 316 – Intercultural Communication
DSGN 315 – Survey of Non-Western Design (ended effective 201405)
ENGL 139 – Contemporary African Literatur
ENGL 156 – Literature Native America
ENGL 226 – Non-Western World Literature
FCLT 161 – The Many Latin Americas
FCLT 206 – Intro to Japanese Culture
FCLT 210 – Chinese Civilization/Culture
FCLT 250 – Russian Fairy Tales
FCLT 260 – Cultures of Mexico
FCLT 306 – Japanese Culture and Cinema
FCLT 310 – Chinese Cinema
FDM 220 – Fashion/the Body/Culture (ended effective 201405)
FLIT 216 – Chinese Literature Translatn 1
FLIT 217 – Chinese Literature-Translatn 2
FLIT 238 – African Women Writers
FLIT 239 – Francophone Literature-Translt
FLIT 266 – Latin American Literature
FLIT 285 – Brazilian Literature Translatn
FLIT 360 – Discovering Mesoamerica
FRCH 204 – Intermediate French 2
FRCH 422 – Survey of Literature 2
GEOG 102 – World Regions
GEOG 243 – Geography of Africa
GEOG 244 – Geography of the Middle East
HIST 105 – The Middle East
HIST 106 – East Asia: An Introducton
HIST 179 – World History to 1500
HIST 180 – World History Since 1500
HIST 225 – Modern South Asia
HIST 241 – Latin Amrca:Cltr/Cnqst/Colnztn
HIST 242 – Latin America:Reform/Revolutn
HUM 107 – The Humanities of Egypt
JAPN 101 – Elementary Japanese 1
JAPN 102 – Elementary Japanese 2
JAPN 203 – Intermediate Japanese 1
JAPN 204 – Intermediate Japanese 2
JRL 101 – Intro to Mass Communication
MUSC 116 – Music in World Cultures
MUSC 477 – Music Of Africa
NAS 200 – Intro:Native American Studies
POLS 103 – Global Political Issues
POLS 250 – Intro to Comparative Politics
POLS 355 – Governments of Latin America
POLS 356 – Politics of the Middle East
POLS 361 – International Law & Institutns
RELG 102 – Introduction-World Religions
RELG 231 – Religions of China and Japan
RELG 232 – History & Practice of Islam
RELG 301 – Studies in Asian Scriptures
RELG 302 – Studies in Islamic Scripture
RELG 304 – Studies in Hebrew Scriptures
RUSS 101 – Elementary Russian 1
RUSS 102 – Elementary Russian 2
RUSS 203 – Intermediate Russian 1
RUSS 204 – Intermediate Russian 2
SOCA 105 – Introduction to Anthropology
SOCA 258 – Introduction to Archaeology
SOCA 351 – Traditional & Changing Africa
SPAN 100 – Intensive Elementary Spanish
SPAN 101 – Elementary Spanish 1
SPAN 102 – Elementary Spanish 2
SPAN 200 – Intensive Intermediate Spanish
SPAN 203 – Intermediate Spanish 1
SPAN 204 – Intermediate Spanish 2
SPAN 330 – Latin American Culture
SPAN 331 – Early Spanish American Lit
SPAN 332 – Modern Spanish American Lit
SPAN 335 – Seminar in Spanish-American Culture
THET 170 – World Theatre & Drama
WGST 215 – African Women Writers
WGST 245 – Women-International Development

As additional courses are approved, academic advisors will be informed. Please consult your advisor to determine which courses are available to you.