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Pathways

“First 15” Rule: Students must complete 15 credit hours in Level I before progressing to Level II.*

Level I Courses  

  • BIOL 170B – Concepts of Biology: Biological Information, Reproduction, and Evolution 
  • BIOL 180B – Concepts of Biology: Energy and Resources in Biology
  • BUSN 200S – Entrepreneurship 
  • CHEM 121B – Models of Chemical Systems** 
  • COMM 190 – Public Speaking  
  • COMP 121Q – Computing in the Arts & Sciences  
  • COMP 150Q – Computer Programming I  
  • ECON 190S – Principles of Economics  
  • ENGL 101E – Expository Writing 
  • ENGL 180A – Themes and Traditions in Literature  
  • FREN 111 – Beginning French I**  
  • GEOL 110B – Introductory Geology  
  • GERM 111 – Beginning German I**  
  • HIST 105C/H – Premodern World History 
  • HIST 106C/H – The Modern World History  
  • HIST 111H – Medieval Europe • HIST 112H – Modern Europe 
  • HIST 121H –United States History I  
  • HIST 122H –United States History II
  • MATH 112Q – The Language of Mathematics  
  • MATH 120Q – Elementary Functions  
  • MATH 127Q – Introductory Statistics  
  • MUSI 110A – Understanding Music 
  • PHIL 102R – Introduction to Philosophy  
  • PHIL 103R – Ethics & Identity  
  • PHIL 110R – Logic & Critical Reasoning  
  • PHYS 200B – Mechanics & Waves**  
  • POLI 101S – American National Government  
  • POLI 102S – Introduction to Comparative Politics  
  • PSYC 100S – Understanding Psychology  
  • SOCI 101S – Introduction to Sociology  
  • SPAN 111 – Beginning Spanish I**  
  • THDN 120A – Art of the Theatre

**Courses requiring placement test.

Level II

Any other college course that is not a Level I course.
*Exceptions to the “First 15” Rule may be made if the student wishes to continue with course in the same subject or tests directly into Level II course. Students who have attained the required scores on AP or IB course examinations may count the course toward the First 15.

Suggested Level I Pathways

16-Hour Pathway

Fall Semester

  • ENGL 101E – Expository Writing
  • SOCI 101S – Introduction to Sociology

Spring Semester

  • ENGL 180A – Themes and Traditions in Literature
  • PSYC 100S – Understanding Psychology

32-Hour Pathway

Fall Semester

  • ENGL 101E – Expository Writing
  • SOCI 101S – Introduction to Sociology
  • MATH 127Q – Introductory Statistics
  • THDN 120A – Art of the Theatre Spring Semester
  • ENGL 180A – Themes and Traditions in Literature
  • POLI 101S – American National Government
  • PSYC 100S – Understanding Psychology
  • BIOL 180B – Concepts of Biology: Energy and Resources in Biology
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