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General Education and Support Courses

For more information about specific general education courses that meet the requirements of the RN to BSN completion program, click on the links below:

NOTE: Revised requirements for Humanistic Studies will be effective fall 2008. The courses listed below as Humanistic Studies I, II, & III apply to students admitted fall 2008 or after. Humanities requirements for students admitted prior to fall 2008 are identified as Humanities I, II, or III next to the course title.

Fine Arts:

Art 181: Ancient and Medieval Art
Art 183: Survey: Renaissance and Modern Art
Music 170: Fundamentals of Music
Music 273: Jazz History and Appreciation
Arts & Visual Design 121: Survey of Western Music
Arts & Visual Design 329: World Music
Arts & Visual Design 360: Art and Ideas
Arts & Visual Design 371: World Art

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Humanistic Studies I:

History 105: History of Western Civilization (Humanities I)
History 106: History of Western Civilization (Humanities II)
Humanistic Studies 101: Foundations of Western Culture I (Humanities I)

Humanistic Studies 102: Foundations of Western Culture II (Humanities II)

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Humanistic Studies II:

Humanistic Studies 201: Introduction to Humanities I (Humanities I)
Humanistic Studies 202: Introduction to Humanities II (Humanities II)
English 203: Creative Writing
English 250: Introduction to Literature (Humanities III)
English 263 American Literature After 1865 (Humanities III)

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Humanistic Studies III:

History 101: History of the US: From the Era of the Columbian Exchange to the Civil War (Humanities III)
History 102: History of the US: From the Civil War to the Present (Humanities III)
Philosophy 202: Feminist Philosophy (Humanities III)
Philosophy 259: Philosophy and Racism (Humanities III)
Religion 101: Introduction to the Study of Religion (Humanities III)
Philosophy 101: Introduction to Philosophy (Humanities III)
Philosophy 102: Contemporary Ethical Issues (Humanities III)
Philosophy 216: Introduction to Asian Philosophy (Humanities III)
English 333: Literary Themes

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World Culture:

Note : This requirement may be waived based on documented prior experience living or traveling in a foreign country. Contact the program advisor at bsnlinc@uwgb.edu for more information.

Anthropology 100: General Anthropology
Geography 101: Introduction to Cultural Geography
Political Science 175: International Politics
Anthropology 100: Varieties of World Culture
Anthropology 320: Myth, Ritual, Symbol, and Religion
Arts & Visual Design 329: World Music
Arts & Visual Design 371: World Art
Human Development 342: Cross-Cultural Human Development
Philosophy 216: Introduction to Asian Philosophy
Social Change and Development 251: Sustainable Development

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Ethnic Studies:

American Indian Studies 101: Introduction to American Indian Studies
English 278: Multicultural Literature in America
Music 273: Jazz History and Appreciation
English 336: American Ethnic Literature
First Nations Studies 226: Introduction to First Nations Studies: Social Justice
Human Biology 202: Ethnic Minorities in Science

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Written Communication:

English 102: Composition II
English Composition 105: Expository Writing

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Therapeutic Nursing Intervention:

Biology 160: Heredity
Business 101: Introduction to Business
Business 201: Introduction to Accounting
Business 204: Managerial Accounting
Business 230: Introduction to Management Information Systems
Chemistry 124: Applied Chemistry and Society
Economics 203: Economics – Macro
Economics 204 Economics – Micro
Education 230: Educational Psychology
Education 300: The Exceptional Individual
Political Science 160: Comparative Politics
Psychology 360: Psychology of Childhood and Adolescence
Sociology 250: People, Organizations and Society
Women's Studies 101: Introduction to Women's Studies
Human Biology 206: Fertility, Reproduction, and Family Planning
Human Development 331: Infancy and Early Childhood
Human Development 332: Middle Childhood and Adolescence
Psychology 330: Social Psychology
Psychology 435: Abnormal Behavior

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Statistics:

Math 117: Elementary Statistics
Psychology 210: Statistical Methods in Psychology
Community Sciences 205: Social Science Statistics

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Critical Thinking:

Philosophy 202: Feminist Philosophy
Philosophy 211: Elementary Logic
Economics 203: Economics – Macro
Economics 204 Economics – Micro
Philosophy 101: Introduction to Philosophy
Philosophy 102: Contemporary Ethical Issues
Philosophy 216: Introduction to Asian Philosophy
Philosophy 321: Professional Ethics and Problem Solving
Human Development 424: The Development of Creative and Critical Thinking

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Chemistry

Chemistry 250: Review and Updates in Chemistry and Biochemistry

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