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Department of History

Science Courses for English Majors

Courses suggested to satisfy the science requirements for English majors for catalogs from 2004-2005 forward. Courses marked with * are NOT lab sciences!

You must take 7 hours of science courses from at least two of the three areas that follow. One of those courses must be a lab.

Life: ANTH 202, 220*; BIOL 150 & 151; BIOL 304; NUTR 201; SCIE 222, 223, 301*.

Earth: GEOG 500*; GEOL 110 & 113; GEOL 201; GEOL 210 & 211; Geol 220; GEOL 330.

Physical: CHEM 101*, PHYS 101& 102; PHYS 105, PHYS 253, PHYS 256

Note: The state no longer requires two lab sciences for secondary students certifying to teach. The Curriculum Committee has approved a blanket petition to allow students in catalogs prior to 2008-2009 to take one lab science and one additional course from another category under natural sciences. The blanket petition covers all students in all catalogs prior to 2008-2009.


Courses suggested to satisfy the lab science requirements for non majors for catalogs BEFORE 2004-2005:

BIOL SCIENCE: Anth 202, BIOL 150 & 151, BIOL 303, BIOL 304, NUTR 201, SCIE 202, SCIE 222, SCIE 223. BIOL 307 and 308 are possibilities here but have prerequisites, and Ms. Harand in the Advising Office has reservations about non-science majors taking these.

PHYSICAL SCIENCE: GEOL 110 & 113; GEOL 201; GEOL 210&211; GEOL 330; PHYS 101& 102; SCIE 222

Check prerequisites for these courses carefully! 

 

Visit Wingspan for course descriptions.