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    Dec 02, 2022  
Curriculum and Policy Transition Guide 
    
Curriculum and Policy Transition Guide [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Liberal Arts Core/gtPathways Courses Effective Fall 2016


Note:  Any gtPathways courses taken prior to Fall 2016  will count toward the Liberal Arts Core requirements and are guaranteed to transfer to other Colorado public institutions; however, beginning Fall 2016 only these courses may be taken to fulfill Liberal Arts Core requirements and will be guaranteed to transfer.

COMMUNICATIONS HISTORY (HI)
Two courses required, either: Introductory Writing (CO1) and HIST 150 - World Civilization I  
Intermediate Writing (CO2); or Intermediate Writing (CO2) and HIST 151 - World Civilization II  
Advanced Writing (CO3) HIST 160 - Western Civilization I  
Introductory Writing (CO1) HIST 181 - US/SW Environmental History  
COMP 150 - Rhetoric and Research   HIST 261 - Western Civilization II  
Intermediate Writing (CO2) HIST 270 - Colonial Latin America  
COMP 250 - Academic Inquiry and Writing   HIST 271 - Modern Latin America  
COMP 252 - Professional and Technical Writing   HIST 280 - U.S. History to 1877  
COMP 253 - Action Research   HIST 281 - U.S. History Since 1877  
ENGL 268 - Reading Texts/Writing Texts   NAIS 123 - Native American History  
SOC 210 - Ethnography and Writing    
Advanced Writing (CO3) SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (SS)
COMP 350 - Rhetoric of Knowledge   ANTH 151 - Introduction to Anthropology  
ENGL 363 - Critical Theory   ANTH 210 - Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology  
  ECON 262 - Principles of Microeconomics  
MATHEMATICS (MA1) ECON 272 - Principles of Macroeconomics  
One course required GEOG 110 - World Regional Geography  
MATH 105 - College Mathematics   GWS 101 - Introduction to Gender and Women’s Studies  
MATH 113 - Algebra for Calculus   NAIS 110 - Introduction to Native American and Indigenous Studies  
MATH 121 - Pre-Calculus   NAIS 280 - Contemporary Issues of Native Nations  
MATH 132 - Introduction to Statistics   PS 101 - Introduction to Political Science  
MATH 221 - Calculus I   PS 110 - U.S. National Government  
MATH 222 - Calculus II   PS 221 - Introduction to International Politics  
  PS 241 - Introduction to Criminal Justice  
ARTS, HUMANITIES, HISTORY, AND SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES PS 280 - Introduction to Comparative Politics  
At least two courses must be from the Arts and Humanities category PSYC 157 - Introduction to Psychology  
(AH). At least one course must be from the History category (HI).   SOC 100 - Introduction to Sociology  
At least one course must be from the Social and Behavioral Sciences  
category (SS). If these four courses do not total at least 15 credits, an PHYSICAL & LIFE SCIENCES
additional course must be selected from any category (AH, HI, SS). Two courses required. One course must be a science with an associated
ARTS AND HUMANITIES (AH) laboratory (SC1). The second course may be a science course (SC1)
ART 262 - Art History I: Ancient World/Mid Ages   with or without a laboratory (SC2).
ART 263 - Art History II: Renaissance-Modern World   SCIENCE WITH A LAB (SC1)
ENGL 116 - Media Literacy   ANTH 236 - Introduction to Biological Anthropology  
ENGL 175 - Women’s Literature   BIO 110 - Modern Issues in Environmental Biology  
ENGL 176 - Native American Literature   BIO 202 - Plants and Human Affairs  
ENGL 180 - Literature of the Environment   BIO 234 - Human Physiology  
ENGL 231 - British Literature to 1800   BIO 250 - Ecology of the Southwest  
ENGL 232 - British Literature since 1800   CHEM 150 - Fundamentals of Chemistry I: Atoms/Molecules  
ENGL 245 - Survey of American Literature I: Beginning to 1865   CHEM 151 - Fundamentals of Chemistry II: Chemical Reaction  
ENGL 246 - Survey of American Literatue II: 1865 to present   GEOL 105 - Earth and Environment  
ENGL 265 - Semantics   GEOL 107 - Earth Systems Science  
FR 201 - Intermediate French I   GEOL 113 - Physical Geology  
FR 202 - Intermediate French II   PHYS 106 - How Our World Works  
MU 101 - The Musical Experience   PHYS 146 - Introduction to Astronomy  
MU 102 - Blues/Jazz/Rock   PHYS 217 - Physics - Science and Engineering I  
MU 120 - Fundamentals of Music   SCIENCE WITHOUT A LAB (SC2)
PEAC 101 - Introduction to Peace and War   ANTH 246 - Human Biological Variation 
PHIL 141 - Introduction to Philosophy   BIO 125 - Conservation Biology 
PHIL 252 - Environmental Ethics   CHEM 123 - Chemistry for Consumers 
SPA 201 - Intermediate Spanish I   CHEM 125 - Environmental Chemistry 
SPA 202 - Intermediate Spanish II   GEOG 235 - Weather and Climate 
THEA 101 - Introduction to Theatre   GEOL 170 - Earth Shock 
THEA 126 - Introduction to the Dance   PHYS 145 - Introduction to Astronomy 
THEA 240 - Ancient & Classical Theatre