Fall 2022 First Bi-Term Online | ECTC

Fall 2022 First Bi-Term Online

Gen Ed Courses - 8/15/22 to 10/9/22

Some courses include prerequisites, identified within parentheses following a listed course, which may include classes that require students be at college level in both reading and English.

Communication

Written Communication

  • ENG 101 Writing I
  • ENG 102 Writing II (ENG 101)

Oral Communications

  • COM 181 Basic Public Speaking (E, R)
  • COM 252 Interpersonal Communication (E, R)

Arts and Humanities

Humanities

  • ART 100 Introduction to Art
  • ART 105 Ancient Through Medieval Art History
  • ENG 161 Introduction to Literature
  • MUS 222 History and Sociology of Rock Music
  • PHI 150 Business Ethics
  • REL 130 Introduction to Comparative Religion*

Heritage

  • HIS 101 World Civilization I*
  • HIS 104 History of Europe pre-1650
  • HIS 108 History of the US pre-1865
  • HIS 109 History of the US post-1865
  • HIS 260 African American History to 1865*

Quantitative Reasoning

  • MAT 141 Liberal Arts Mathematics
  • MAT 150 College Algebra
  • MAT 155 Trigonometry
  • STA 220 Statistics (MAT 141/150)

Natural Sciences (non-majors)

  • AST 101 Frontiers of Astronomy
  • BIO 112 Introduction to Biology
    • BIO 113 Introduction to Biology Lab
  • BIO 118 Microbes and Society
  • BIO 130 Aspects of Human Biology
  • BIO 135 Basic Anatomy and Physiology w/Lab
  • CHE 120 Chemistry in Society
    • CHE 125 Chemistry in Society Lab
  • CHE 130 Introductory General & Biological Chemistry
    • CHE 135 Introductory General & Biological Chemistry Lab
  • CHE 140 Introductory General Chemistry
    • CHE 145 Introductory General Chemistry Lab
  • GEO 130 Earth’s Physical Environment
  • PHY 151 Introductory Physics I
  • SCI 110 Science and Society

Social and Behavioral Sciences

  • ANT 240 Introduction to Archaeology*
  • COM 101 Introduction to Communications
  • COM 254 Introduction to Intercultural Communication*
  • ECO 101 Contemporary Economic Issues
  • GEN 140 Development of Leadership
  • POL 101 American Government
  • PSY 110 General Psychology
  • PSY 180 Human Relations
  • PSY 223 Developmental Psychology (PSY 110)
  • REL 130 Introduction to Comparative Religion*
  • SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology
  • SOC 152 Modern Social Problems
  • SOC 235 Inequality in Society*
  • SWK 275 The Family
  • WGS 200 Women’s Studies Social Sciences*

Foreign Languages

  • SPA 101 Elementary Spanish I*
     

 

*Cultural Studies classes

updated 7/27/22