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General Education Requirements in HTM program PRIOR to Fall 2009

To view detailed course information, visit the course catalog on myPurdue.


COMMUNICATION (COM)

  • 21000 Debating Public Issues
  • 21200 Approaches to the Study of Interpersonal Communication
  • 31400 Advanced Public Speaking
  • 31800 Principles of Persuasion
  • 32000 Small Group Discussion
  • 32400 Introduction to Organizational Communication
  • 32500 Interviewing: Principles and Practice

ENGLISH LITERATURE (ENGL)

  • 23000 Great Narrative Works
  • 23100 Introduction to Literature (not currently offered)
  • 23200 Thematic Studies in Literature
  • 23300 Sports and Literature (not currently offered)
  • 23500 Introduction to Drama
  • 23700 Introduction to Poetry
  • 23800 Introduction to Fiction
  • 23900 Introduction to Biography
  • 24000 Survey of the Literature of England: From the Beginnings through the Neoclassical Period
  • 24100 Survey of the Literature of England: From the Rise of Romanticism to the Modern Period
  • 25000 Great American Books
  • 25700 Literature of Black America
  • 26200 Greek and Roman Classics in Translation
  • 26400 The Bible as Literature
  • 26600 World Literature: From the beginnings to 1700 A.D.
  • 26700 World Literature: From 1700 A.D. to the Present

HUMANITIES

Art and Design (AD)

(See selected Art & Design courses below)

  • 12500 Introduction to Interior Design
  • 22600 History of Art To 1400
  • 22700 History of Art Since 1400
  • 25500 Art Appreciation
  • 35900 Medieval European Art
  • 38300 Modern Art: The Twentieth Century
  • 45400 Modern Architecture

Classics (CLCS)

(See selected Classics course below)

  • 33500 Introduction to Classical Mythology

English (ENGL)

(See selected English courses below)

  • 28600 The Movies
  • 38700 History of the Film from 1938 to the Present

Foreign Language and Literature (FLL)

  • Any Foreign Language: 3 credit course

Chinese (CHNS)

(See selected Chinese course below)

  • 28000 Topics in Chinese Civilization and Culture

History (HIST)

(See selected History courses below)

  • 10200 Introduction to the Ancient World
  • 10300 Introduction to the Medieval World
  • 10400 Introduction to the Modern World
  • 10500 Survey of Global History
  • 15100 American History to 1877
  • 15200 United States since 1877
  • 24000 Asia and its Historic Tradition
  • 24100 Asia in the Modern World
  • 24500 Islamic Civilization: A Historical and Cultural Survey
  • 27100 Latin American History to 1824
  • 32300 Modern Germany
  • 32400 Modern France
  • 33000 History of the British Empire and Commonwealth, 1783 to 1960
  • 33300 Science and Technology in Western Civilization
  • 33400 Science and Technology in Western Civilization II
  • 34000 Modern China
  • 34100 History of Africa South of the Sahara
  • 34500 The Modernization of the Middle East

Interdisciplinary Studies (IDIS)

(See selected Interdisciplinary courses below)

  • 27100 Introduction to Afro-American Studies
  • 28000 Introduction to Women's Studies

Music (MUS)

(See selected Music courses below)

  • 25000 Music Appreciation
  • 37200 History of Western Music II: The Baroque Era
  • 37300 History of Western Music III The Classic and Romantic Eras
  • 37400 History of Western Music IV: The Twentieth Century
  • 37800 Jazz History

Philosophy (PHIL)

(See selected Philosophy courses below)

  • 11000 Introduction to Philosophy
  • 11100 Ethics
  • 20600 Philosophy of Religion
  • 24000 Social and Political Philosophy
  • 30100 History of Ancient Philosophy
  • 30200 History of Medieval Philosophy
  • 30300 History of Modern Philosophy
  • 33000 Religions of the East

Theater (THTR)

(See selected Theater courses below)

  • 13300 Survey of Acting
  • 20100 Theatre Appreciation
  • 26000 Introduction to Scenography
  • 38000 History of Theatre I

ECONOMICS (ECON)

  • AGEC 21700 Economics
  • ECON 21000 Principles of Economics

POLITICAL SCIENCE (POL)

  • 10100 American Government and Politics
  • 13000 Introduction to International Relations
  • 14100 Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • 22100 Introduction to Science and Government
  • 23100 Introduction to United States Foreign Policy
  • 35000 Foundations of Western Political Theory: From the Renaissance to Marx
  • 35100 Foundations of Western Political Theory: From Plato to the Reformation

MATHEMATICS (MA)

  • 15200 College Algebra
  • 15300 Algebra and Trigonometry I
  • 15400 Algebra and Trigonometry II
  • 15900 Pre calculus
  • 22300 Introductory Analysis 1
  • 22400 Introductory Analysis II

SCIENCE

Anthropology (ANTH)

(See selected Anthropology courses below)

  • 20300 Biological Bases of Human Social Behavior
  • 20400 An Introduction to Human Evolution

Astronomy (ASTR)

(See selected Astronomy courses below)

  • 26300 The Solar System
  • 26400 Stars and Galaxies

Biochemistry (BCHM)

(See selected Biochemistry course below)

  • 10000 Introduction to Biochemistry

Biological Sciences (BIOL)

  • Any undergraduate Biology course

Botony and Plant Pathology (BTNY)

(See selected Botony and Plant Pathology courses below)

  • 20100 Plants and Civilization
  • 20700 The Microbial World: Food, Agriculture, and History

Chemistry (CHM)

  • Any undergraduate Chemistry course

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (EAS)

  • Any undergraduate Earth & Atmospheric Science course

Entomology (ENTM)

(See selected Entomology courses below)

  • 10500 Insects: Friend And Foe
  • 20600 General Applied Entomology
  • 20700 General Entomology Laboratory
  • 21800 Intro to Forensic Science

Foods and Nutrition (F&N)

(See selected Foods and Nutrition course below)

  • 30300 Essentials of Nutrition

Forestry and Natural Resources (FNR)

(See selected Forestry and Natural Resources courses below)

  • 10300 Introduction to Environmental Conservation
  • 23000 The World's Forests and Society
  • 24000 Wildlife in America

Horticulture (HORT)

(See selected Horticulture course below)

  • 10100 Fundamentals of Horticulture

Mathematics (MA)

  • Any higher level than the math that is required for the major

Physics (PHYS)

  • Any undergraduate Physics course

STATISTICS (STAT)

  • 11300 Statistics and Society
  • 11400 Elements of Probability and Statistics
  • 30100 Elementary Statistical Methods

CONSUMER AND FAMILY SCIENCES (CFS)

Child Development and Family Studies (CDFS)


(See selected Child Development & Family Studies courses below)

  • 20100 Introduction to Family Processes
  • 21000 Introduction to Human Development
  • 21100 Development and Growth of Children
  • 25500 Introduction to Couple and Family Relationships
  • 30100 Families in a Multicultural Society
  • 43000 Sexuality and Family Life
  • 43200 The Family Life Cycle
  • 43400 Aging and the Family

Consumer Sciences and Retailing (CSR)

(See selected Consumer Science & Retailing courses below)

  • 10500 Introduction to Business
  • 28200 Customer Relations Management
  • 30900 Leadership Strategies
  • 32700 History of Fashion
  • 33100 Consumer Behavior
  • 33200 Cross-Cultural Marketing and International Retailing
  • 34200 Personal Finance
  • 38600 Risk Management