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     Year 2004/2005
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Course Numbering System
Course Listings and Descriptions
Administration
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Index
Academic Policies
Academic Misconduct
Academic Standing
Certificate Programs
Choice of Catalog
Class Attendance
College Level Academic Skills Test (CLAST)
Common Program Prerequisites
Foreign Language Requirement
General Studies Requirements
Grading System
Honor Rolls
Majors
Minors
Multicultural Requirement
Nontraditional Credit
Recency of Credit
Residency Requirement
Summer Semester 9-Hour Rule
Transfer Credit
Upper-Division Status
Waiver and Appeals Policies
Writing and Mathematics Requirements (Gordon Rule)
Writing Skills Requirement
GENERAL STUDIES REQUIREMENTS
All students (except for students holding an A.A. degree or certification of the completion of General Studies requirements from a Florida public university or junior/community college) entering UWF must complete the requirements specified under General Studies.

General Studies Program
The General Studies requirements are the basic studies that provide the students with a broad educational foundation and are essential requirements for all A.A. degree and baccalaureate degree programs. Courses may not be taken on the pass/fail basis. The General Studies requirements are specified in the distribution listed below.

 
Communication (6 sh)
English Composition
 
ENC 1101 English Composition I 3
ENC 1102 English Composition II 3

Mathematics (6 sh)
Students may choose one of the following two options:
Option 1
Take one of the courses in Group A plus one of the courses in Group B for a total of 6 sh.

Group A
MAC 1105 College Algebra 3
MAC 1140 Precalculus Algebra 3

Group B
MAC 1114 Trigonometry 2
MAC 2233 Calculus with Business Applications 3
MAC 2311 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I 4
MAC 2312 Analytic Geometry & Calculus II 4
MAC 2313 Analytic Geometry & Calculus III 4
MAD 3107 Discrete Mathematics and Applications 3
MGF 1106 Math for Liberal Arts I 3
STA 2023 Elements of Statistics 3

Option 2
For students with strong mathematics background; take 6 sh from the following:
MAC 1114 Trigonometry 2
MAC 2233 Calculus with Business Applications 3
MAC 2311 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I 4
MAC 2312 Analytic Geometry & Calculus II 4
MAC 2313 Analytic Geometry & Calculus III 4
MAD 3107 Discrete Mathematics & Applications 3
MGF 1106 Math for Liberal Arts I 3
STA 2023 Elements of Statistics 3

Social Sciences (9 sh)
Social Sciences: Historical Perspectives
(choose one course)
AMH 2010 U.S. to 1877 3
AMH 2020 U.S. Since 1877 3
EUH 1000 Western Perspectives I 3
EUH 1001 Western Perspectives II 3
EUH 1930 Special Topics in Western Civilization 3

Social Sciences: Behavioral Perspectives
(choose one course)
ANT 2000 Introduction to Anthropology 3
ANT 2100 Introduction to Archaeology 3
CCJ 2002 Survey of Crime & Justice 3
PSY 2012 General Psychology 3
DEP 2004 Human Development Across the Lifespan 3

Social Science: Socio-Political Perspectives
(choose one course)
ANT 2400 Current Cultural Issues 3
CPO 2002 Comparative Politics 3
ECO 2013 Principles of Economics Macro 3
GEA 2000 Nations & Regions of the World 3
GEB 1011 Introduction to Business 3
INR 2002 International Politics 3
MMC 2000 Principles of Mass Communication 3
PLA 2013 Survey of American Law 3
POS 2041 American Politics 3
SYG 2000 Introduction to Sociology 3
SYG 2010 Current Social Problems 3

Humanities (9 sh)
Literature
(choose one course)
ENL 2101 Introduction to Literature and Film 3
LIT 1110 Great Books I 3
LIT 1120 Great Books II 3
LIT 2010 Introduction to Prose Fiction 3
LIT 2030 Introduction to Poetry 3
LIT 2040 Introduction to Drama 3
LIT 2112 Introduction to Literature 3
LIT 2113 Western Literature I 3
LIT 2114 Western Literature II 3
LIT 2381 Women Writing/Women's Rights 3
LIT 2930 Issues in Literature 3
LIT 2931 Encountering Literature 2

Fine Arts
(choose one course)
ARH 1050 Introduction to Art History 3
ARH 2050 Western Survey I: Greek to Renaissance 3
ARH 2051 Art History Survey II: Baroque to Contemporary 3
ART 2003C Visual Arts Experience 3
MUH 2930 The Music Experience: Special Topics 3
MUL 2110 Music in Western Civilization 3
THE 2000 The Theatre Experience 3
THE 2300 Survey of Dramatic Literature 3

Contemporary Values and Expressions
(choose one course)
PHI 2010 Introduction to Philosophy 3
PHI 2100 Introduction to Logic 3
PHI 2603 Ethics in Contemporary Society 3
REL 2000 Introduction to Religion 3
SPC 2016 Basic Communication Skills 3

Natural Sciences (7 sh)
Biological/Life Sciences & Physical Sciences
Students must take two science courses, including at least one with lab. Choose from the following:
ANT 2511/L Biological Anthropology/Lab 4
AST 3033 Modern Astronomy 3
BOT 1801 Introduction to Plant Science 3
BOT 2010/L General Botany/Lab 4
BSC 1005 General Biology/Non-Majors 3
BSC 1005L General Biology Lab/Non-Majors 1
*BSC 1085 Anatomy & Physiology 3
BSC 1085L Anatomy & Physiology Lab 1
*BSC 1086 Anatomy & Physiology II 3
BSC 1086L Anatomy & Physiology Lab 1
*BSC 2311 Introduction to Oceanography/Marine Biology 3
BSC 2311L Introduction to Oceanography/Marine Biology Lab 1
*CHM 1020 Concepts in Chemistry 3
CHM 1020L Concepts in Chemistry Lab 1
*CHM 1032 Fundamental General Chemistry 3
CHM 1032L Fundamental General Chemistry Lab 1
*CHM 2045 General Chemistry I 3
CHM 2045L General Chemistry I Lab 1
*CHM 2046 General Chemistry II 3
CHM 2046L General Chemistry II Lab 1
GEO 1200/L Physical Geography/Lab 4
GEO 2330 Environmental Science 3
*GLY 2010 Physical Geology 3
GLY 2010L Physical Geology Lab 1
MCB 1000 Fundamentals of Microbiology 3
MCB 1000L Fundamentals of Microbiology Lab 1
*PHY 1020 Concepts in Physics 3
PHY 1020L Concepts in Physics Lab 1
ZOO 1010 General Zoology 3
ZOO 1010L General Zoology Lab 1

**Choose either :
**PHY 2048 University Physics I 3
PHY 2048L University Physics I Lab 1
**PHY 2049 University Physics II 3
PHY 2049L University Physics II Lab 1
or
**PHY 2053 General Physics I 3
PHY 2053L General Physics I Lab 1
**PHY 2054 General Physics II 3
PHY 2054L General Physics II Lab 1

* May be taken with or without lab.
** General Physics is non-calculus based and is usually recommended for non-science majors. University Physics is calculus based and is usually recommended for science majors.