Entering Freshmen

Required Core (four courses)

Two courses in English Composition: ENGL 1010 and ENGL 1012

One course in Math/Quantitative Reasoning: MATH 1311, BUSN 3400, ECON 3400, EESC 3800, HNSC 3300, MATH 1021 & MATH 1026, Math 1021 & MATH 1401, MATH 1011, MATH 1201, MATH 1501, POLS 3422, PSYC 3400, SOCY 2112

One course in Life and Physical Sciences: BIOL 1010, CHEM 1007, ANTH 3265, ANTH 3266, BIOL 1001, BIOL 1002, BIOL 1501, BIOL 1502, CHEM 1040, CHEM 1100, CHEM 2100, HNSC 2300, HNSC 2302, HNSC 2303, PEES 3271, PEES 3275, PEES 3281, PEES 3285, SPEC 1178

 

Flexible Core (six courses)

One course in World Cultures and Global Issues: CLAS 1110, HIST 3005

One course in U.S. Experience in Its Diversity: ANTH 3135, HIST 3401, PRLS 1001

One course in Creative Expression: ARTD 1010, MUSC 1300

One course in Individual and Society: PHIL 2101

One course in Scientific World: EESC 1010, PHYS 1331, ANTH 3265, ANTH 3266, BIOL 1001, BIOL 1002, BIOL 1501, BIOL 1502, CHEM 1040, CHEM 1100, CHEM 2100, EESC 1100, EESC 1101, HNSC 2300, HNSC 2302, HNSC 2303, PEES 3271, PEES 3275, KINS/PEES 3281, KINS/PEES 3285, PHYS 1100, PHYS 1150, SPEC 1178

One additional course of your choice from the Flexible Core list

College Option (four courses)

A. Choose two courses from below. Be sure to choose from two distinct areas.

      Exploring Arts and Literature: CORC 3101, CORC 3102, CORC 3103, CORC 3104, COR 3105, CORC 3106, CORC 3107,  CORC 3108, CORC 3109, CORC 3110, CORC 3111

      Exploring Global Connections: CORC 3201, CORC 3202, CORC 3203, CORC 3204, CORC 3205, CORC 3207, CORC 3208, CORC 3211, CORC 3214 

      Exploring Science:  CORC 3301, CORC 3302, CORC 3303, CORC 3305, CORC 3306, CORC 3307, CORC 3308, CORC 3310, CORC 3314, CORC 3319

B. Choose two courses in a language or literature other than English offered by the departments of Classics, Judaic Studies, or Modern Languages and Literatures; or from the Required Core Life and Physical Sciences area; or any Flexible Core course not already used to fulfill the Flexible Core requirements.

Speak with an advisor from the Center for Academic Advisement and Student Success to review your specific Pathways requirements.