General Education Requirements

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General Education Course Requirements
This program, which allows you to take courses for personal growth or for transfer to a four-year college
or university, allows a great deal of flexibility in choosing courses. In this way, you can work with an
advisor to put together a degree major which may not be offered by Northern, thus establishing a solid
foundation of courses for transfer to a four-year institution.
See Northern’s Current online catalog for the most up-to-date General Education Course Requirements.
Area I: Communications (9 hrs)
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ENG 111 English Composition I (3)
SPCH 130 Public Speaking (3)
Choose one of the following two courses:
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ENG 112 English Composition II (3)
ENG 116 Technical Writing (3)
Area II: Mathematics (3 hrs)
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MATH 145 Introduction to Probability & Statistics
MATH 150 College Algebra
MATH 151 Conceptual Mathematics *
MATH 155 Trigonometry
MATH 162 Calculus I
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MATH 163 Calculus II
MATH 264 Calculus III
* Conceptual Mathematics will satisfy the mathematics requirement for all
AA/BA/BBA/BM degrees.
MATH 150 College Algebra (3)
Area III: Laboratory Science (8 hrs)
Choose two survey courses (with labs) from the following list:
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ASTR 110/L Introduction to Astronomy w/lab (4)
BIOL 110/L Survey of Modern Biology w/lab (4)
CHEM 110/L Introduction to Chemistry w/lab (4)
ES 112/L Environmental Science w/lab (4)
GEOL 101/L Physical Geology w/Lab (4)
GEOL 102/L Historical Geology w/Lab (4)
PHYS 110/L Introduction to Physics w/Lab (4)
Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences (6-9 hrs) *
You must select survey courses from at least two different discipline areas from the following list:
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ANTH 101/L Physical Anthropology w/Lab (4)
ANTH 102 Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology (3)
ANTH 110 Indian Culture of the Southwest (3)
ANTH 207 Cultures of New Mexico (3)
GEOG 111 World Geography (3)
PSCI 110 The Political World (3)
PSCI 200 American Politics (3)
PSCI 210 State and Local Govt (3)
PSY 105-370 Psychology (3)
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (3)
SOC 220 Social Problems (3)
SOC 225 Marriage and the Family (3)
Second Language Students can use the Second Language Requirement to
fulfill the 15 hours required in both Areas IV & V.
The Second Language Requirement will be mandatory for all bachelor
degrees and optional for associate degrees. However associate degree students are
encouraged to take the Second Language Requirement if they ever intend to pursue
a bachelor degree.
Plus, topic courses with student advisor’s approval
Area V: Humanities and Fine Arts (6-9 hrs) *
HUM 100 History and Culture of Northern NM (3)
You must select survey courses from at least two different discipline areas from the following list:
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ART 105 Introduction to Art (3)
ART 107 History of Art I(3)
ART 208 History of NM Art & Arch. I (3)
ART 211 History of Art II(3)
DANC 240 Dance Appreciation(3)
ENG Lit. courses numbered 260-294
HIST 101 Western Civilization I (3)
HIST 102 Western Civilization II (3)
HIST 161 History of the U.S. to 1877 (3)
HIST 162 History of the U.S. from 1877 (3)
HIST 200 History of World Religions (3)
HIST 220 Southwestern Women’s History (3)
HIST 230 Chicano Experience in the US (3)
HIST 250 American Indian History (3)
HIST 260 History of NM (3)
HUM 101 Humanities I (3)
HUM 102 Humanities II (3)
HUM 105 Humanities and the Southwest (3)
HUM/HSS 311 Readings in the Social Sciences** (3)
HUM/HSS 414 Humanity and Creativity** (3)
HUM/HSS 421 History Literature and Philosophy** (3)
MUS 103 Music History and Lit I (3)
MUS 105 Music Appreciation (3)
MUS 218 Music History and Lit II (3)
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PHIL 110 Intro to Philosophical Problems (3)
PHIL 111 History of Philosophy (3)
PHIL 150 Critical Thinking (3)
PHIL 220 Ethics (3)
PIS 200 Intro to Pueblo Indian Studies (3)
THE 120 Intro to Theatre (3)
THE 130 History of Theatre (3)
You must complete at least 15 crs between these two areas, maintaining at least two
disciplines in each area.
Area VI: First Year Experience (3 cr)
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FYE 101 Freshman Year Experience
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