UMCP NEW GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

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UMCP NEW GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS
4/2/12
University of Maryland College Park - Spring Admits and Current UMCP Students
This page is for  UMCP Spring Admits (high school seniors admitted for Spring 2013) who graduate
from high school in June 2012 and after or
Full-time UMCP students who are visiting MC to take summer/winter classes. Visiting students
enrolled full-time at UMCP should obtain a Permission to Enroll from a UM Adviser to assure that the Montgomery
College course(s) will be accepted by UM (simply seeing them in ARTSYS does not guarantee transfer).
All Montgomery College fulltime students who will later transfer to UM should follow the MC General
Education Program List. Go to this site for the list: www.montgomerycollege.edu/transfer Students who
complete MC’s 34-credit General Education Program will have met 34 credits of General Education Program
requirements below without a course-by-course category match.
Choosing Classes for Spring Admits: Find the Four-Year Plan for your major(s) by searching www.umd.edu
If your major does not have space for Elective Credit, consider taking SP 108 or 112 at MC in Fall 2012 and
enrolling in ENGL 100 at UM in Spring. Take courses at MC that are typically large lectures @ UM – PY 102
General Psychology, SO 101 Sociology, lab sciences, math, BA 101 Intro. to Business.
FUNDAMENTAL
STUDIES
(15 cre dits/5 cour ses)
UMCP General Education
Fundamental Studies 12 – 15 credits
Academic Writing (FSAW) 3 ENGL 100
Professional Writing (FSPW) 3
Oral Communication (FSOC) 3
Math (FSMA) 3 Depends on major
Analytic Reasoning (FSAR) 3
Distributive Studies 25 credits
Natural Sciences w/Lab (DSNL) 4
Natural Sciences (DSNS) 3
History and Social Sciences (DSHS) 3
History and Social Sciences (DSHS) 3
Humanities (DSHU) 3
Humanities (DSHU) 3
Scholarship in Practice (DSSP) 3
Scholarship in Practice – (DSSP) 3
Outside Major Requirements
I‐SERIES
I‐Series (IS) 3*
I‐Series (IS) 3*
DIVERSITY
Understanding Plural Societies (DVUP) 3 Normally double counted with distributive
studies
Understanding Plural Societies (DVUP) 3 Normally double counted
OR Cultural Competence (CC) 1‐3*
OPTIONAL REQUIREMENTS
Experiential Learning (0‐3)
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE General Education
EN 102 or EN 109 (Note: EN 101, required for most students @
MC, transfers to UMCP as an Elective only)
Take after transfer (junior-level)
SP 108 or SP 112
MA 110, 113, 115, 115A, 180
BA 210 Stat/Business Admin, PL 180 Logic; MA 116 or 116A
Statistics; MA 181 Calculus I
Any MC Lab Science on Gen Ed List
Any MC Science on Gen Ed List
Any Behavioral & Social Science on MC Gen Ed List or any History
within MC Gen Ed Humanities Category
Any Behavioral & Social Science on MC Gen Ed List or any History
within MC Gen Ed Humanities Category
(must be from a different discipline)
Any Arts or Humanities from MC Gen Ed
Any Arts or Humanities from MC Gen Ed
AR 101, AR 103, EN 109, ES 100, MU 139 or after transfer
After transfer, usually part of major requirements
After transfer
(6 credits/2 courses)*
After transfer
After transfer
(4‐6 credits/2 courses)*
Any MC General Education Course with an *Asterisk – Global and
Cultural Perspectives Designation
Take at UM or take an additional MC General Education Course
with an *Asterisk – Global and Cultural Perspectives Designation
Take at UM or SL 100
After transfer
See the UMCP Transfer Credit Center Site to verify transferability of MC courses: www.tce.umd.edu
Montgomery College GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM 2012-13 Course List
Update: 4/2/12
1) English – EN 102/109
2) Math
3) Health – 3 credits
4) Speech SP 108/112
ARTS Distribution ■ UM General Education – choose any 1; CORE – choose any except CG 120 or PG 161
AR 101 Introduction to Drawing
AR 103 2-D Design
AR 105 Color Theory
* AR 107, 108 Art History I, II
AR 112 Digital Photography
AR 121 Ceramics I
AR 123 Crafts
* AR 127 Art Appreciation
* AR 130 Survey of Asian Art
AR 203 Photographic Expression I
* AR 208 Survey/African Art
AR 209, 210 Architectural History I, II
* AR 213 World Woodcut
AR 219 American Art
AR 220 American Art Since 1945
AR 227 Weaving and Textiles
AR 231 Modern Art
AR 235 Italian Renaissance Art
CG 120 Computer Graphics: [UMCP Note:
CG 120 does not satisfy CORE HA- Arts]
DN 100 Introduction to Dance
EN 218 Creative Writing of Fiction
EN 220 Film and Literature
EN 223 Creative Writing of Poetry
FL 110 Introduction to Film
ID 211, 212 Historic Interiors I, II
IS 273 Integrated Arts
MU 110 Listening to Music
* MU 111 World Music
* MU 133 History of Jazz
* MU 136 American Popular Music
PG 150 Photography I
PG161 Intro/Digital Photography [Not CORE HA]
TH 108 Intro. to the Theatre
TH 109 Fundamentals of Acting
TR 104 Media Appreciation
HUMANITIES Distribution Two: ■ UM General Education – any 2; CORE – 1 EN Literature & 1 any
* AB 101, 102 Elem. Arabic I, II [Not HO CORE]
* CN 101, 102 Elem.Chinese I, II [Not HO CORE]
* CN 201, 202 Intermediate Chinese I, II
# One Literature is required for CORE #
* EN 122 Intro. to World Mythology # EN 122 not
accepted as Literature for Visiting UM Students
EN 190 Introduction to Literature #
* EN 201, 202 World Literature I, II #
* EN 204 Intro/Asian American Literature #
* EN 208 Women in Literature #
EN 209 The Bible as Literature #
EN 210 American Lit/Nature/Environment #
EN 211, 212 American Literature I, II #
EN 213, 214 British Literature I, II #
* EN 215 Asian Literature #
EN 216 The American Novel #
* EN 217 Literature of the Holocaust #
EN 221 The Short Story #
* EN 226 or 227 African American Lit. #
EN 230 Intro. to Modern Drama #
EN 231 Intro. to Modern Poetry #
* FR 207 or 208 Read’s in French Literature #
* SN 216 Adv Readings in Spanish Literature #
* FR 101, 102 Elem. French I, II [Not HO CORE]
* FR 201, 202 Intermediate French I, II
* GR 101, 102 Elem. German I, II [Not HO CORE]
* GR 201, 202 Intermediate German I, II
* HS 110 Women in the Western World
* HS 112 Women in World History
HS 113 Alt. Lifestyles: 19th Cent Utopias
* HS 114 The World in the 20th Century
* HS 116, 117 World History I, II
HS 118 History of Sport in America
HS 120 Technol. & Culture/Western World
* HS 129, 130 Hist. of African Americans
* HS 136 Civil Rights in America
* HS 137 History of Asian Americans
* HS 138 History of Latinos in the U.S.
HS 151, 161 History of Europe I, II
HS 186 History of the Ancient World
HS 201, 202 History of the U. S. I, II
* HS 203 Latin American History
* HS 207 East Asian Civilization
* HS 208 Modern Asia
HS 210 US & 20th Cent World Affairs
* HS 214 Conflict/Modern Middle East
HS 217, 218 Modern Military History I, II
HS 219 United States since 1945
HS 225, 226 History of England I, II
* HS 229, 230 African History I, II
* IT 101, 102 Elem. Italian I, II [Not HO CORE]
* KR 101, 202 Elem Korean I, II [Not HO CORE]
* LG 200 Introduction to Linguistics
* LT 101, 102 Elem. Latin I , II [Not HO CORE]
PL 180 Morality & Contemp. Law
PL190 Elementary Logic & Semantics
PL 201 Introduction to Philosophy
PL 202 Intro to the Study of Ethics
* PL 203 Intro to the Study of Religion
PL 205 Philosophy in Literature
* PL 207, 208 Women in Philosophy I, II
* RU 101, 102 Elem Russian I, II [Not HO CORE]
* RU 201, 202 Intermediate Russian I, II
* SL 100 Amer. Sign Language I [Not HO CORE]
* SL 110 Amer. Sign Language II [Not HO CORE]
* SN 101, 102 Elem Spanish I, II [Not HO CORE]
* SN103 Intensive Elem Spanish [Not HO CORE]
* SN 201, 202 Intermediate Spanish I, II
* SN215 Adv Spanish Conversation/Comp
* WS 101 Intro. to Women’s Studies
BEHAVIORAL & SOCIAL SCIENCES Distribution – 2 courses from 2 different disciplines
* AN 101 Intro/Sociocult Anthropology
* AN 206 World Cultures
* CJ 110 Administration of Justice
* EC 103 Evolution/Economic Societies
EC 105 Basic Economics
EC 201 Principles of Economics I
EC 202 Principles of Economics II
GE 101 Introduction to Geography
GE 102 Cultural Geography
GE 103 Economic Geography
* GE 110 Global Geography
PS 101 American Government
PS 102 State & Local Government
PS 105 Intro. to Political Science
* PS 121 Political Ideologies
* PS 201 Comparative Politics & Gov’ts
* PS 203 International Relations
* PS 210 Race & Ethnicity in U.S. Politics
PS 241 Western Political Thought
* PS 282 Politics of the Third World
PY 102 General Psychology
* SL 121 Intro. to the Deaf Culture
* SO 101 Introduction to Sociology
* SO 105 Social Problems and Issues
* SO 108 Sociology of Gender
* SO 204 Sociology of Marriage
* SO 208 Race and Ethnic Relations
* SO 210 Sociology of Age & Aging
* SO 212 Sociology of Sport
* SO 240 Globalization Issues
NATURAL SCIENCES – LABORATORY Distribution - 2 total - one LAB and a second, LAB or NON-Lab
AS 101 Introduction to Astronomy
BI 101 General Biology
BI 105A and 105B Environmental Biology
BI 107, 108 Principles of Biology I, II
BI 130A & 130B The Human Body
BI 204, 205 Human Anatomy& Physiology I, II
BI 207 Ecology
CH 101, 102 Principles of Chemistry I, II
CH 103 Survey of Organic & Biological Chem.
CH 109A & 109B Chemistry and Society
CH 120 Essentials of Organic & Biochemistry
GE 104 Physical Geog, GL 101 Phys. Geology
LN 100 Intro. to Horticulture
ME101 Meteorology: Intro Weather
PC 101, 102 Physical Science I, II
PH 110 Sound and Lights in the Arts
PH 203 General Physics I, II
PH262, 263 Gen Physics II, III
NATURAL SCIENCES – NON-LABORATORY Distribution
* AN105Human Evolution & Archaeology
BI 104 Understanding Viruses
BI 105A Environmental Biology
BI 106 Marine Environmental Sci.
BI 109 Natural Sci. of the Chesapeake Bay
BI 130A The Human Body
CH 109A Chemistry and Society
ES 100 Intro. to Engineering Design
NF 103 (formerly FM 103) Intro. to Nutrition
ME 100 Weather and Climate
PH 105 Conceptual Physics
PH161GeneralPhysics I:Mechanics
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