Learning Outcome One

Arts (A)

ART 109 Fundamentals of Art and Design I
ART 110 Fundamentals of Art and Design II
ART 111 Drawing I
ART 112 Painting I
ART 113 Introduction to Watercolor
ART 114 Ceramics I
ART 115 Photography I
ART 116 Pinhole Photography
ART 120 Printmaking I
ART 122 Silkscreen
ART 124 Digital Photography and Digital Printmaking
ART 125 Introduction to Art Education
ART 140 Materials as Metaphors
ARTH 101 Survey of Western Art: Prehistoric to Gothic
ARTH 102 Survey of Western Art: Renaissance to Modern
ARTH 206 History of Photography
FILM/MUS/THEA 150 Introduction to Performing Arts
FILM/ARTH 254 Film Analysis
MUS 100 Introduction to Listening
MUS 105 Fundamentals of Music
MUS 111 Music Theory I
MUS 223 Piano Literature
MUS 225 Beethoven
MUS 226 Music and the Theatre
PHIL/ARTH 234 Philosophy and the Arts
THEA 105 Basic Theatre Production
THEA 110 Basic Theatre Production: Costumes and Stage Management
THEA 114 Introduction to Theatre History
THEA 115 Introduction to Drama: Script Analysis

Humanities/History (H)

ARTH 201 Arts of Asia: India, China, and Japan
AS 106 Asian Civilizations
AS/REL 212 Asian Religions
AS/REL 275 Buddhism
AS/REL 278 Hinduism
ENG 111 Introduction to Literature
ENG 204 Children’s/Young Adult Literature
ENG 208 British Literature before 1780
ENG 209 British Literature after 1780
ENG/THEA 216 Introduction to Shakespeare
ENG 220 American Literature: Colonial to Romantic
ENG 221 American Literature: Realism to Present
FREN 160 How to Live: Classic French Literature
HIST 101 Western Civilization to 1648
HIST 102 Western Civilization from 1648
HIST 111 Survey of U.S. History to 1877
HIST 112 Survey of U.S. History from 1877
HIST 241 British History to 1688
HIST 242 British History from 1688
INT 268 Truth, Beauty, and Persuasion: Histories and Theories of Writing and Rhetoric
PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 102 Introduction to Ethics
PHIL 110 Ethical Issues in Business
PHIL 201 Greek and Medieval Philosophy
REL 101 Old Testament (Hebrew Bible)
REL 102 New Testament (Christian Bible)
SPAN 232 Approaches to Latin American Literature
THEA 217 Continental Renaissance Drama

Natural Sciences (N)

BIOL 100 The Living World
BIOL 111 Principles of Biology
BIOL 112 Diversity of Life
BIOL 141 Field Biology
BIOL 142 Botany in the Field
BIOL 148 Environmental Issues
BIOL 149 Environmental Issues Lab
BIOL 150 Field Ornithology
BIOL 151 Human Health and Disease
CHEM 101 Forensic Chemistry
CHEM/BIOL 120 Nutrition for Health, Fitness, and Sport
CHEM 121 General Chemistry I
CHEM/BIOL 145 Freshwater Chemistry and Biology
INT 165 Earth Science
PHYS/CHEM 100 Exploring the Physical World
PHYS 201 General Physics I
PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology as a Natural Science
PSYC 241 Sensation and Perception

Social Sciences (S)

ANTH 120 Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 121 Human Origins and Archaeology
CJ 234 Juvenile Delinquency
COMM 115 Mass Communication
ECON 101 Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 112 Economic Geography
ECON 150 Experimental Economics
POLS 100 Introduction to American Government and Politics
POLS 200 State and Local Government
PSYC 111 Introduction to Psychology as a Social Science
PSYC 203 Abnormal Psychology
PSYC 210 Child Psychology
PSYC 211 Adolescent Psychology
PSYC 231 Psychology of Personality
SGS 261 Sexual Minorities
SGS 263 Dimensions of Human Sexuality
SOC 100 General Sociology
SOC 110 Sociology of the Family
SOC 112 Social Problems
SOC 232 Deviance
SOC 254 Social Psychology

Thematic Seminar (T)

ANTH 227 Human Geography: People, Place and Culture
BIOL 348 Conservation Biology
BUAD 104 Perspectives on Sustainability
ED 115 Foundations of Education
ENG 330 Nature in America
FREN 130 French Food Culture
FREN 225 Literature and Film in Translation
HIST 235 Body, Mind, and Spirit: Renaissance and Reformation Europe, 1350–1650
HIST 243 The French Revolution
HIST 244 Britain and World War I
HIST 325 Jacksonian America
HIST 264 Introduction to the African Diaspora
HIST 365 History of the Civil Rights Movement
INT 118 Principles for Sustainable Living
INT 213 Bailey Colloquium
PHIL/REL 305 Science, Religion, and the Search for Meaning
PHIL/PSYC 306 Human Morality: Nature and Nurture
PHIL/REL/AS 320 Peacemaking: Gandhi and Nonviolence
REL/HIST 204 Religion in America
PSYC 307 Drugs and Behavior
SOC 205 Death and Dying
SOC 262 Environment, Society, and the Sustainability Movement
SOWK 272 Vulnerable Populations in Film
THEA 218 Shakespearean Drama in Context

Learning Outcome Two

Race and Ethnicity in the U.S. (D)

ANTH 212 Indigenous Peoples of North America
BUAD/MKTC 334 Multicultural Marketing in America
COMM 225 Culture, Identity, and Communication
ECON 215 Poverty and Inequality in the U.S.
ED 342 Culturally Responsive Teaching and Communication and Practicum
ENG 364 African-American Literature
HIST 217 The American West
HIST 230 American Immigration History
HIST 265 Survey of African-American History to 1877
HIST 266 Survey of African-American History from 1877
HIST 267 History of the Harlem Renaissance
HIST 302 Virginia History
INT 155 Permeable Borders
MUS 151 History of Jazz
NUR 402 Community Health Nursing
PHIL/REL 225 Martin Luther King and a Philosophy of Civil Rights
PHIL 232 African-American Thought
PSYC 248 Forensic Psychology
REL 232 African-American Religion
SOC 242 Race in Sociological Perspective
SOC 248 Social Inequality
SOC 264 Social Movements
SOWK 353 Social Work with Diverse Populations
SPAN 227 U.S. Latino Literature and Culture
THEA 270 African-American Theatre

Gender Studies (G)

ANTH 202 Women, Gender, and Culture
ARTH 221 Women in the Visual Arts
AS 251 Gender in Asian Cultures
BIOL/WS 252 Biology of Women
BUAD 250 The Female Executive: Strategies in the Workplace
ENG 235 Women’s Writing
ENG 241 American Women’s Autobiography
ENG 372 Gender Topics in Literature
FILM 275 Women  and Film
FREN 270 African and Caribbean Women Writers
HCA 235 Women’s Health Care Issues
HIST 203 Women in American History
HIST 346 European Women’s History from 1700
MUS 218/318 Women in Music
POLS 209 Women and Politics
PSYC 214 Psychology of Women
REL 231 Women and Religion
SGS 235 Gender, Sex, and the Military
SGS/WS 245 Gender and Sport
SGS 275 Trans Communities
SGS 338 Theories in Sexuality and Gender Studies
SOC 225 Sex Roles and Male-Female Relationships
SPAN 246 Latin American Women Writers
THEA/WS 219 Women in Theatre and Drama
WS 100 Focus on Women: An Introduction to Women’s Studies
WS 200/ PHIL 200 Intermediate Women’s Studies
WS 240 Gender and Popular Culture

Community Involvement (C)

BUAD 214 Income Tax (VITA)
CE 102 The Reflective Self in Community
CE 255 Assisting Local Food Programs
CE 281 Civic Engagement and Social Entrepreneurism
CE 287 Civic Engagement Internship
ED 110 Practicum in Education
ED 111 Practicum in Special Education
HCA 287/387 Internship
HPUB 230 Introduction to Public History
HPUB 300 Special Topics in Public History
INT 251 The Writer in the World: Professional Writing
NUR 403 Community Health Practicum
PHIL 140 Community and Service Learning
POLS 220 Special Topics in Campaigns and Elections
REL 130 Faith, Life, and Service
SOC 282 Community Service and Society
SOWK 355 Social Work Practice I
THEA 211 Theatre in the Community

Global Understanding — Foreign Language (F)

FREN 101 Beginning French I
FREN 102 Beginning French II
FREN 201 Intermediate French I
FREN 202 Intermediate French II
JPNS 101 Beginning Japanese I
JPNS 102 Beginning Japanese II
JPNS 201 Intermediate Japanese I
JPNS 202 Intermediate Japanese II
SPAN 101 Beginning Spanish I
SPAN 102 Beginning Spanish II
SPAN 150 Spanish Conversation
SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish I
SPAN 202 Intermediate Spanish II

Global Understanding — International Studies (I)

ANTH 208 Medical Anthropology
ANTH 220 Language and Culture
ARTH 204 Latin-American Art after Cortez
AS 246 Modern Japan
AS 247 Modern India
AS 253 China in the Developing World
AS 270 Australia: A Cultural History  
BIOL 250 Neotropical Ornithology
BUAD 305 Global Business
BUAD/MKTC 336 Cross Cultural Global Marketing
COMM 280 Intercultural Communication
ECON 102 Principles of International and Macroeconomics
ECON 232 Topics in Economic Development
ECON 253 International Trade
ECON 310 Global Labor Issues
ECON 314 International Finance
ED 336 Comparative Education
ENG 375 International Topics in Literature
HCA 250 Global Health Care
HIST 246 Europe in the Twentieth Century, 1900–1939
HIST 247 Modern Europe, 1939–Present
HIST 255 The History of Russia
NUR 407 Cultural Nursing: Uniting Our World
PHIL 211 Modern Political Thought
POLS 111 Comparative Politics
POLS 112 International Relations
POLS 128 U.S. Foreign Policy
POLS 215 Politics of Developing Nations
POLS 249 Latin American Politics
POLS 295 African Politics
POLS 311 Civil Wars and the International System
REL 202 Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
SOWK 401 Field Instruction in Social Work in Honduras
SPAN 203 Advanced Grammar and Composition
SPAN 210 Advanced Spanish Conversation
SPAN 215 Let’s Talk About Movies/Hablemos de Cine
SPAN 218 May Term Abroad
SPAN 230 Latin American Culture and Civilization
THEA 208 London Theatre (abroad)

Physical Fitness and Health (P)

PHE 100–123, 221, or 251 (1 hour)
PHE 137–193 (1 hour)

Learning Outcome Three

Oral Communication (O)

ARTH 205 19th Century Art
BUAD 401 Business Senior Seminar
COMM 100 Public Speaking
ED 382–393 Student Teaching
HCA 310 Health Care Strategic Management
HIST 239 Voices of Protest and Authority: Europe 1600–1800
MUS 218/318 Women in Music
NUR 302 Professional Nursing Leadership and Management
PHIL 140 Community and Service Learning
PHIL 235 Ethics, Community, and Leadership
REL/COMM 237 Meditation: Theory and Practice
SGS 261 Sexual Minorities
SOWK 156 Interviewing in Human Service Professions
THEA 111 Voice, Diction, and Oral Reading
THEA 400 Seminar

Quantitative Reasoning (Q)

BIOL 245 Ecology
BUAD 209 Financial Decision Making
BUAD 260 Personal Finance
BUAD 340 Financial Management
CHEM 101 Forensic Chemistry
CHEM 121 General Chemistry I
CHEM 122 General Chemistry II
CHEM/BIOL 145 Freshwater Chemistry and Biology
ECON 101 Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 301 Advanced Data Analysis
ED 328 Student Assessment and Technology Integration
INT 145 Earth Science
INT 222 Social Science Statistics
MATH 155–MATH 398
MUS 212 Music Theory IV
NUR 303 Nursing Informatics
PHIL 103 Introduction to Logic
PHYS 100 Exploring the Physical World
PHYS 201 General Physics I
POLS 300 Political Behavior
PSYC 250 Behavioral Statistics

Research and Information Literacy (R)

ANTH 244 Magic, Ritual, and Religion
ARTH 203 Italian Renaissance Art: Early and High Renaissance
ARTH/HIST 222 History of American Art and Architecture
ARTM 340 Museum Studies
BIOL 100 The Living World
BIOL 381 Junior Seminar
BUAD 307 Business and Society
CHEM 222 Organic Chemistry II
ECON 272 Environmental Policy
ED 310 Middle and Secondary Methods and Practicum
ENG/THEA 216 Introduction to Shakespeare
ENG 320 Renaissance Literature
ENG 328 The Rise of the Novel
EXLD 350 Exercise for Special Populations
HCA 300 Health Care Research Methods
HIST 230 American Immigration History
HIST 238 Tudor-Stuart England, 1450–1660
HIST 246 Europe in the Twentieth Century, 1900–1939
HIST 247 Modern Europe, 1939–Present
HIST 265 Survey of African-American History to 1877
HIST 302 Virginia History
HIST 346 European Women’s History from 1700
HPUB 230 Introduction to Public History
HPUB 300 Special Topics in Public History
INT 103 Information Literacy
INT 213 Bailey Colloquium
NUR 305 Research in Nursing
PHIL/REL/AS 320 Peacemaking: Gandhi and Nonviolence
PHYS 260 Introduction to Materials Science
POLS 260 Public Policy
PSYC 212 Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience
PSYC 310 Learning and Memory
REL 355 Greek Myth and Religion
SGS 263 Dimensions of Human Sexuality
SOC 320 Research Methods
SOWK 317 Social Work Research

Writing Competency (W)

ARTH 302 Modern Art before 1945: From Cézanne to Gorky
AS 106 Asian Civilizations
AS 251 Gender in Asian Cultures
AS 270 Australia: A Cultural History
AS/REL 275 Buddhism
AS/REL 278 Hinduism
BIOL 351 Exercise Physiology
BIOL 354 Comparative Physiology
BIOL 361 Animal Behavior
BUAD 200 Management Principles
BUAD/MKTC 336 Cross Cultural Global Marketing
CHEM 230 Environmental Chemistry
CHEM 311 Analytical Chemistry
CJ 300 Theory of Criminology and Criminal Justice Systems
COMM 221 Mass Media Writing
ECON 253 International Trade
ED 336 Comparative Education
ENG 111 Introduction to Literature
ENG 204 Children’s/Young Adult Literature
ENG 208 British Literature before 1780
ENG 209 British Literature after 1780
ENG 220 American Literature: Colonial to Romantic
ENG 221 American Literature: Realism to Present
ENG 235 Women’s Writing
FILM 264 Screenwriting
FREN 160 How to Live: Classic French Literature
HCA 235 Women’s Health Care Issues
HIST 212 The United States: The Revolutionary Generation, 1763–1817
HIST 325 Jacksonian America
HIST 340 Revolutionary Europe 1789-1901
INT 251 The Writer in the World: Professional Writing
INT 268 Truth, Beauty, and Persuasion: Histories and Theories of Writing and Rhetoric
INT 270 Teaching Writing: Introduction to Theory and Practice
MUS 323 Piano Literature
NUR 304 Contemporary Issues in Professional Nursing Practice
PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 203 The Literature and Thought of Existentialism
POLS 215 Politics of Developing Nations
PSYC 216 Multicultural Psychology
PSYC/BIOL 305 Physiological Psychology
SGS 275 Trans Communities
SGS 338 Theories in Sexuality and Gender Studies
SOC 240 Community and Urban Sociology
SOC 248 Social Inequality
SOC 300 Sociological Theory
SPAN 203 Advanced Grammar and Composition
SOWK 353 Social Work with Diverse Populations
THEA 114 Introduction to Theatre History
THEA 115 Introduction to Drama: Script Analysis
WS  240 Gender and Popular Culture

Authentic Problems in the Major (M)

ART 401–408 Senior Projects
BIOL 400 Senior Seminar
BIOL 401 Senior Research
BIOL 402 Senior Colloquium
BUAD 400 Strategy and Sustainability in Business Decisions
CHEM 400 Senior Research
CHEM 401 Senior Research
CJ 400 Senior Seminar
CJ 401 Senior Thesis
ECON 401 Senior Project
ED 400 Senior Seminar and Project
ENG 400 Major Seminar
HCA 401 Senior Seminar
HIST 400 Senior Seminar
HSCI 401 and 402 Senior Project
MATH 401 Senior Seminar
MKTC 400 Senior Seminar
MUS 401 Senior Recital
MUS 402 Senior Thesis
NUR 408 Using Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing
PHYS 400 Senior Research
PHYS 401 Senior Research
POLS 400 Senior Seminar in Political Science
PSYC 400 Senior Thesis — Critical Literature Review
PSYC 401 and 402 Senior Thesis — Data Collection
SOC 400 Senior Seminar
SOC 401 Sociology Senior Thesis
SOWK 400 Field Instruction in Social Work
SOWK 401 Field Instruction in Social Work in Honduras
THEA 210 Problems in Production
THEA 211 Theater in the Community
THEA 401 Senior Project