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Associate of General Studies
General Education Requirements Articulation Guide Rockhurst University 2014-­2016 Catalog Core Requirements ORAL/WRITTEN COMMUNICATION (OCP) AND (WCP) Johnson County College Associate of General Studies General Education Requirements COMMUNICATIONS EN 1110 College Composition I (WCP) ENGL 121 Composition I EN 1120 College Composition II (WCP) *ENGL 122 Composition II CT 2000 Fundamentals of Communication (OCP) SPD 125 Personal Communication *This course is not on the JCC General Studies degree plan however must be taken in order to satisfy the RU core requirements MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY (MTP) MATHEMATICS MATH 120 Business Mathematics One Course for Math Proficiency MATH 165 Finite MATH 171 College Algebra & 172 Trigonometry MATH 173 Pre-­calculus MATH 175 Discrete Mathematics & application MATH 181 Statistics MATH 225 Mathematics as aa Decision Tool MATH 231 Business and Applied Calculus I MATH 232 Business and Applied Calculus II MATH 241 Calculus I MATH 242 Calculus II MATH 243 Calculus III MATH 254 Differential Equations GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES (GPR) Choose one course of a designated Global perspectives OR two semesters of the same second language GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES GEOS 145 World Regional Geography HUM 137 Introduction to Russian Culture FL 178 and 179 Intermediate Russian I and II FL 192 and 193 Intermediate Chinese I and II FL 220 and 221 Intermediate German I and II FL 230 and 231 Intermediate Spanish I and II FL 240 and 241 Intermediate French I and II LITERATURE(LTI) Choose one Level I (LTI) course LITERATURE LEVEL I ENGL 130 Introduction to Literature ENGL 217 Literature by Women ENGL 230 Introduction to Fiction ENGL 235 Drama as Literature ENGL 250 World Masterpieces ENGL 254 Masterpieces of the Cinema HUM 156 Contemporary Approaches to Mythology 10/21/2015 Associate of General Studies
HISTORY (HSI) HISTORY LEVELI HIST 125 Western Civilization: Ancient World Choose one LeveI I (HS I) course HIST 126 Westenr Civilization Scientific Revol HIST 130 European History Since 1789 HIST 135 Eastern Civilization HIST 151 World History I Traditional World HIST 152 World History II Modern World HISTORY OR LITERATURE II (HSII OR LTII) HISTORY OR LITERATURE LEVEL II HIST 128 Medieval History Choose one Level II History OR Literature HIST137 African American Studies HIST 140 U.S. History to 1877 HIST 141 U.S. History since 1877 HIST 150 Islam: Religion and Civilization HIST 160 Modern Russian History HIST 162 Modern Latin America HIST 167 Intro to Hist : Japan ARTISTIC (ARI) ARTISTIC Choose one course for ARI requirement ARTH 182 Art History: Renaissance to Modern ARTH 184 Art History: Twentieth Century ARTH 186 Art History: Intro to Asian Art HUM 122 Introduction to Humanities HUM 145 Intro to World Humanities I HUM 146 Intro to World Humanities II MUS 121 Intro to Music Listening MUS 125 Intro to Jazz Listening THEA 120 Introduction to Theater SCIENCE CAUSAL (SCI) Choose one Lecture with Lab course to meet the requirement NATURAL SCIENCE LEVEL I ASTR 122 Astronomy BIOL 121 Introductory Biology for Non-­Majors BIOL 125 General Botany BIOL 127 General Zoology BIOL 130/131 Environmental Science and Lab BIOL 135 Principles of Cell and Molecular Bio BIOL 140 Human Anatomy BIOL 144 Human Anatomy and Physiology BIOL 225 Human Physiology BIOL 230/231 Microbiology and Lab CHEM 120 Chemistry in Society CHEM 122 Principles of Chemistry CHEM 124/125 General Chemistry I and Lab CHEM 140 Prin of Organic and Biochemistry GEOS 130 General Geology GEOS 140/141 Physical Geography 10/21/2015 Associate of General Studies
PHYS 130 College Physics I PHYS 131 College Physics II (SCI or SCII) PHYS 220 Engineering Physics I PHYS 221 Engineering Physics II (SCI or SC II) PSCI 120 Physical Science SCIENCE RELATIONAL (SRI) SOCIAL SCIENCE LEVEL I ANTH 125 Cultural Anthropology Choose two courses from two different disciplines to meet the requirement ECON 230 Economics I ECON 231 Economics II POLS 122 Political Science POLS 124 American National Government POLS 126 State and Local Government POLS 135 International Relations PSYC 130 Introduction to Psychology SOC 122 Introduction to Sociology SOC 125 Social Problems SCIENCE RELATIONAL OR SCIENCE CAUSAL II (SRII OR SCII) SOCIAL SCIENCE OR NATURALSCIENCE LEVEL II PHYS 131 College Physics II (SCI or SC II) PHYS 221 Engineering Physics II (SCI or SC II) Choose one course to satisfy the requirement SOC 131 Sociology of Families THEOLOGY (THI) THEOLOGY (THI) REL 120 Exploring World Religions Choose one course to satisfy the requirement REL 125 Religions of the East REL 126 Religions of the West REL 150 Islam: Religion Civilization THEOLOGY (THII) Choose one course to satisfy the requirement PHILOSOPHY (PHI) Choose one course to satisfy the requirement PHILOSOPHY (PHII) Choose one course to satisfy the requirement THEOLOGY OR PHILOSOPHY II (THII OR PHII) Choose one course to satisfy the requirement THEOLOGY (THII) No transfers at level II PHILOSOPHY (PHI) No transfers at level I PHILOSOPHY (PHII) No transfers at level II THEOLOGY OR PHILOSOPHY II (THII OR PHII) No transfers at level II This Articulation for Johnson County Community College was based on courses required for the
General Education Area of the Associate of Arts degree. MT 8/3/2015
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