General Studies Information
GENERAL STUDIES COURSES
6 hours from at least two disciplines required; a maximum of 9 hours count as General Studies credit.
The courses in this category are designed to develop and demonstrate the following abilities:
- Articulate the relevance of the Social Science course to their general education.
- Describe basic concepts and methods used in a social science discipline.
- Demonstrate how basic concepts and methods from a social science discipline explain individual or group behavior.
- Evaluate the connection between social science research and social or political policy.
- Apply concepts and methods from a social science discipline to social science research.
- Criminal Justice
- CJUS 101GS, Introduction to Criminal Justice - 3 hours
- CJUS 375GS, Comparative Criminal Justice Systems - 3 hours
- CJUS 380GS, Minorities and Criminal Justice - 3 hours
- ECON 100GS, Contemporary Economic Issues - 3 hours
- ECON 270GS, Principles of Economics, Macroeconomics - 3 hours
- ECON 271GS, Principles of Economics, Microeconomics - 3 hours
- Ethnic Studies
- ETHS 101GS, Introduction to Ethnic Studies - 3 hours
- Family Studies and Interior Design
- Industrial Technology
- International Studies
- INTS 200GS, Introduction to International Studies - 3 hours
- Political Science
- PSCI 110GS, Introduction to American Politics - 3 hours
- PSCI 168GS, Introduction to International Relations - 3 hours
- PSCI 280HGS, Special Topics - 3 hours
- Social Science
- SOSC 288GS, Modes of Inquiry in the Social Sciences - 3 hours
- SPCH 202GS, Communication Concepts in Society - 3 hours
- Women's Studies
26 May 2016