Associate in Applied Science

Communications
Course Number Course Description Credits
OAT-261 Business Communications 3
ENG-102 Rhetoric & Composition II 3
ENG-103 Technical Communication 3
ENG-105 College Reading 3
ENG-106 Honors English Seminar 3
ENG-107 Creative Writing 3
ENG-108 Modern Grammar 3
ENG-207 Advanced Creative Writing 3
FREN-101 Elementary French I 4
FREN-102 Elementary French II 4
FREN-201 Intermediate French I 4
FREN-202 Intermediate French II 4
GERM-101 Elementary German I 4
GERM-102 Elementary German II 4
GERM-201 Intermediate German I 4
GERM-202 Intermediate German II 4
JOUR-101 Introduction to Journalism 3
JOUR-102 Introduction to Newspaper Feature 3
RUSS-101 Elementary Russian I 4
RUSS-102 Elementary Russian II 4
SPAN-101 Elementary Spanish I 4
SPAN-102 Elementary Spanish II 4
SPAN-201 Intermediate Spanish I 4
SPAN-202 Intermediate Spanish II 4
SPCH-151 Fundamentals of Public Speaking 3
SPCH-155 Interpersonal Communication 3
SPCH-160 Introduction to Mass Communication 3
SPCH-170 Advanced Speech & Persuaion 3
SPCH-180 Interviewing 3
SPCH-190 Introduction to Television Production 3
SPCH-200 Oral Interpretation 3

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Humanities
Course Number Course Description Credits
ART-101 Art Appreciation 3
ART-102 Art Survey: Modern to Contemporary 3
ART-103 Art Survey: Primitive and Prehistoric 3
ART-104 Art History I: Prehistoric-Gothic 3
ART-105 Art History II: Renaissance-Modern 3
HIST-286 History of Religion 3
LIT-113 Introduction to Literature I 3
LIT-115 Introduction to Film 3
LIT-116 Literature Written by Women I 3
LIT-117 Literature Written by Women II 3
LIT-125 Drama as Literature 3
LIT-201 World Literature I 3
LIT-202 World Literature II 3
LIT-203 The Bible as Literature I 3
LIT-204 The Bible as Literature II 3
LIT-205 Literature of Dev/Non-Western Countries 3
LIT-207 Celebration of Maturity in Literature 3
LIT-213 American Literature I 3
LIT-214 American Literature II 3
LIT-215 Contemporary Multicultural American Literature 3
LIT-251 English Literature I 3
LIT-252 English Literature II 3
LIT-290 Shakespeare Comedies & Histories 3
LIT-291 Shakespeare - Tragedies & Romances 3
LIT-293 Children's Literature 3
MUS-101 Music Appreciation 3
MUS-102 American Popular Music 3
MUS-103 Music Literature 3
MUS-110 World Music 3
PHIL-150 Introduction to Philosophy 3
PHIL-151 Introductory Logic 3
PHIL-152 Ethics 3
PHIL-153 Introduction to History Philosophy I: Classical Thought 3
PHIL-154 Introduction to History Philosophy II: Contemporary Thought 3
PHIL-155 Non-Western Philosophy 3
PHIL-160 Introduction to Philosophy of Religion 3
SPCH-120 Theatre Appreciation 3
SPCH-220 American Playhouse 3

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Social Science
Course Number Course Description Credits
ANTH-150 Cultural Anthropology 3
ANTH-160 Physical Anthropology 3
ANTH-175 Introduction to Mexican Culture 3
ANTH-210 Native American Cultures 3
ANTH-250 Introduction to Archaeology 3
ECON-115 Introduction to Economics 3
ECON-201 Principles of Economics I (Macro) 3
ECON-202 Principles of Economics II (Micro) 3
GEOG-143 Travel/Study Tour 3
GEOG-151 Geography of the United States and Canada 3
GEOG-152 Global Geography 3
GEOG-202 Economic Geography 3
HIST-101 World Civilization I 3
HIST-102 World Civilization II 3
HIST-105 The Middle Ages 3
HIST-114 Latin American History 3
HIST-115 Mid-East History 3
HIST-117 African History 3
HIST-151 European Civilization I 3
HIST-152 European Civilization II 3
HIST-160 Survey of British History I 3
HIST-161 Survey of British History II 3
HIST-180 U.S. History to 1865 3
HIST-181 U.S. History, 1865 to the Present 3
HIST-182 U.S. History Since 1945 3
HIST-230 African-American History 3
HIST-232 United States at War 3
HIST-234 American Civil War 3
HIST-250 20th Century Western Civilization 3
HIST-282 Russian History 3
HIST-288 History of Illinois 3
POLS-125 Introduction to Political Science 3
POLS-150 Introduction to American Government 3
POLS-261 American Government (National) 3
POLS-262 American Government (State & Local) 3
POLS-270 International Relations 3
POLS-273 Introduction to Modern Britain 3
POLS-275 Selected Studies - Political Science 1-3
PSYC-151 General Psychology 3
PSYC-200 Applied Psychology 3
PSYC-210 Life-Span Development 3
PSYC-225 Human Sexuality 3
PSYC-250 Child Development 3
PSYC-251 Adolescent Development 3
PSYC-252 Educational Psychology 3
PSYC-253 Adult Development & Aging 3
PSYC-254 Death and Dying 3
PSYC-259 Abnormal Psychology 3
PSYC-265 Psychology of Women 3
PSYC-280 Introduction to Personality Theory 3
PSYC-295 Social Psychology 3
SOC-153 Introductory Sociology 3
SOC-203 Social Problems 3
SOC-210 Deviance, Crime and Society 3
SOC-222 Survey of Social Work 3
SOC-230 Race and Ethnicity in the United States 3
SOC-255 The Family 3
SOC-259 Sociology of Small Communities 3
SOC-265 Aging and Society 3

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Human Well Being
Course Number Course Description Credits
HLTH-151 Health 2
HLTH-152 First Aid-Medical Self Help 2
HLTH-154 Nutrition, Exercise, & Weight Management 2
HLTH-164 Consumer Health 3
HRO-150 Fundamentals of Nutrition 2
PE-155 Physical Fitness and Wellness 3
PE-156 Individual Exercise and Health 2
PE-160 Physical Fitness I 1
PE-161 Physical Fitness II 1

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Mathematics
Course Number Course Description Credits
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