General Education - Originally Appoved Syllabi

FOUNDATION

Area A - Fundamental Skills and Knowledge

A1 Oral Communication: Communication 3, 7, 8
A2 Written Communication: English 5B, 10
A3 Critical Thinking: Africana & American Indian Studies 20; Anthropology 30; Chicano & Latin American Studies 30; Communication 5, Computer Science 1; Geography 25; Geomatics Engineering 5; Natural Science 4; Philosophy 25, 45; Sociology 3; Women’s Studies 12
B4 Quantitative Reasoning: Decision Sciences 71, Mathematics 45, 75, 75A

BREADTH

Area B - Physical Universe and Its Life Forms

B1 Physical Sciences: Chemistry 1A, 3A, 10; Earth & Environmental Sciences 1, 4; Physical Science 21; Physics 2A, 4A & 4AL, 10
B2 Life Sciences: Biology 1A, 10, 11, 12
B3 Laboratory Component: B1 or B2 must have a lab (All B1 and B2 courses taken at Fresno State have a lab component.)

Area C - Arts and Humanities

C1 Arts: Armenian Studies 20; Art 1, 20, 40, 50; Art History 10, 11; Chicano & Latin American Studies 9; Drama 22, 62; English 41, 43, 44; Music 9, 74
C2 Humanities: Armenian 1B, 2A, 2B; Chinese 1A, 1B; Communicative Disorders and Deaf Studies 90, 92; English 20, 30; French 1B, 2A, 2B; German 1B, 2A, 2B; Greek 1A, 1B; Hmong 1B; Humanities 10, 11, 15, 20; Italian 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B; Japanese 1A, 1B; Latin 1A, 1AH, 1B; Linguistics 10; Persian 1A, 1B; Philosophy 1, 2, 10, 20; Portuguese 1A, 1B; Spanish 1B, 2A, 2B, 3, 4A, 4B

Area D - Social, Political & Economic Institutions & Behavior

D1 American History: History 11, 12
D2 American Government: Political Science 2
D3 Social Science: Africana and American Indian Studies 1, 10, 15, 27, 36, 50; Agricultural Economics 1; Anthropology 2, 3; Armenian Studies 10; Asian American Studies 15; Child & Family Studies 31; Chicano & Latin American Studies 3, 5; Communicative Disorders & Deaf Studies 98; Criminology 10; Economics 25, 40, 50; Geography 2, 4; History 20, 21; Industrial Technology 20; Mass Communication & Journalism 1; Middle East Studies 10; Political Science 1, 71; Psychology 10; Sociology 1 or 1S, 2 or 2S; Women’s Studies 10

Area E - Lifelong Understanding and Self-Development

E Lifelong Understanding & Self-Development: Animal Science 67; Art 13; Child & Family Studies 38, 39; Dance 16, 70; Drama 32; Finance 30; Gerontology 10S, 18, 111; Health Science 90, 91, 110; Kinesiology 32 and KAC 6, 21, 24, 31, 33, 39, or 103; Linguistics 30; Nutrition 53; Psychology 61; Recreation & Leisure Studies 10S, 80; Women’s Studies 18

INTEGRATION (Upper Division)

IB Physical Universe and Its Life Forms: Anthropology 161; Chemistry 170; Earth & Environmental Sciences 112, 167, 168; Geography 115, 128; Health Science 161; Natural Science 115, 120, 121, 125, 131; Physical Science 131, 168; Physics 100; Plant Science 105; Psychology 126


IC Arts and Humanities: Africana and American Indian Studies 129; Applied Ethics 100; Armenian 148; Art 102; Dance 171; Drama 163; English 101, 102, 103, 112, 113, 114, 174; French 109, 149; Humanities 104, 108, 110, 118; Interdisciplinary Art Studies 108; Linguistics 115, 130; Music 170A, 171, 187; Philosophy 120, 150, 151; Spanish 125, 129


ID Social, Political and Economic Institutions and Behavior, Historical Background: Africana and American Indian Studies 103, 144; Agricultural Economics 155; Anthropology 116W, 145; Chicano & Latin American Studies 114; Criminology 101, 120, 153, Economics 146, 167, 176, 183; Geography 173 (formerly Geography 169) ; Gerontology 100; History 101; Kinesiology 111; Mass Communication & Journalism 178; Psychology 173; Social Science 110; Sociology 131, 143, 163; Women’s Studies 101

MULTICULTURAL/INTERNATIONAL

MI Multicultural/International: Africana and American Indian Studies 150, 164; Anthropology 105W, 120, 123, 125; Asian American 110; Business Administration 104; Chicano & Latin American Studies 160, 170; Communication 164; Communicative Disorders & Deaf Studies 139; Economics 181; Geography 167; Gerontology 161; History 186; Health Science 104, 128; Humanities 140; Linguistics 147; Mass Communication & Journalism 175, 176; Philosophy 131, 132; Political Science 120; Recreation Administration 130; Social Science 180; Social Work 136; Sociology 111, 142; Women's Studies 110, 120, 135