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Department of Natural Sciences

Enhancement Courses

 


Enhancement courses represent another way in which certain objectives of the general education program are embedded in courses beyond those in the common core. Each degree program includes certain courses that (1) give significant emphasis to ethical and moral issues, and (2) engender in students a greater appreciation of their membership in a world community marked by vast diversities of every type.

Ethics and Moral Issues Course Requirements

  • ADM 3308
  • BIOL 3390
  • BIOL 4210
  • BIOL 4260
  • BIOL 4303
  • BIOL 4344
  • CHEM 3320
  • BIOL 4360
  • CJ 3311
  • HIST 3303
  • PHIL 3301
  • PHIL 3302
  • PHIL 3322
  • GEOL 3303
  • GEOL 3410
  • MBIO 3340
  • MBIO 4210
  • MBIO 4310
  • POLS 3306
  • Business Ethics
  • Cancer Biology
  • Biology Seminar
  • Environmental Laboratory and Field Studies (cross-listed CHEM & GEOL 4260)
  • Human Genetics
  • Principles of Pharmacology and Toxicology (cross-listed CHEM 4344)
  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Environmental Biology
  • Ethics of Social Control
  • Modern American Social Protest
  • Moral Issues, Personal & Professional
  • Philosophy of Science
  • World Religions
  • Environmental Geology
  • Mineralogy
  • Environmental Microbiology
  • Microbiology Seminar
  • Microbial Biotechnology
  • Social Inequality

Writing “W” Course Requirements

  • BIOL 3102
  • BIOL 4230
  • BIOL 4232
  • BIOL 4301
  • BIOL 4310
  • BIOL 4340
  • CHEM 4140
  • CHEM 4362
  • CHEM 4364
  • GEOL 3305
  • GEOL 3340
  • GEOL 4390
  • MBIO 3320
  • MBIO 4320
  • MBIO 4140
  • PHYS 3490
  • General Ecology Laboratory
  • Advanced Laboratory in Cell and Molecular Biology
  • Cell Biology Laboratory
  • Evolution of the Earth and its Inhabitants (cross-listed GEOL 4301)
  • Histology
  • Animal Behavior
  • Biochemistry Laboratory
  • Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
  • Polymer Chemistry
  • Petrology
  • Inorganic Geochemistry (cross-listed CHEM 3340)
  • Biogeochemistry (special topics course)
  • Virology
  • Immunology
  • Medical Microbiology Laboratory
  • Thermal Physical Properties of Materials (cross-listed CHEM 3490)

All upper-level ENG courses except ENG 3318, 3319, 3320, 3330, 3331, 4318, 4322

World Community Course Requirements

  • ANTH 2302
  • DRA 3303
  • DRA 3304
  • ECO 4303
  • ENG 2301
  • ENG 2302
  • ENG 2313
  • ENG 2314
  • FREN 2301
  • GEOG 1302
  • HIST 3301
  • HIST 3308
  • HIST 3310
  • HIST 3315
  • HIST 3316
  • HIST 3317
  • HUM 3301
  • HUM 3302
  • MGT 4301
  • MKT 3304
  • SPAN 2301
  • Cultural Anthropology
  • Theater:  Greek to Elizabethan
  • Theater:  Elizabethan to Modern
  • International Economics
  • World Lit.: Ancient to 17th Century
  • World Lit.:  17th Century and Beyond
  • Brit. Lit.:  Beginnings to 1800
  • Brit. Lit.:  1800 to Present
  • Intermediate French I
  • World Geography
  • 20th Century Europe
  • History of Mexico
  • 20th Century Russia
  • World History to 1500 AD
  • World History Since 1500 AD
  • Middle Eastern History
  • Foundations of Western Culture I
  • Foundations of Western Culture II
  • International Management
  • International Marketing
  • Intermediate Spanish I

Additional courses with a world community focus may count, but they must be approved by the Chair.

 

 

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