Humanities & Fine Arts (HU)

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Phoenix College - Fall 2013
AGEC Course Offerings
This list identifies the courses that meet Arizona General Education
Competencies (AGEC) for Fall 2013 only. There are additional
courses that meet AGEC requirements, but these are Phoenix
College’s current offerings. General education designations are
subject to change. See the MCCD Curriculum website for updates
and complete information at:
www.dist.maricopa.edu/academic/ccta/resources/index.php
Please note that General Education requirements for AAS, AGS,
and ATP degrees may vary. See the Phoenix College Catalog for
degree and graduation information.
Transfer links are available @
www.phoenixcollege.edu/transfer
Humanities & Fine Arts (HU)
AIS213
AJS123
ARH100
ARH101
ARH102
ARH115
ARH217
ARH203
ASB214
ASB222
ASB223
CCS101
CNS101
EDU291
EDU292
ENH110
ENH112
ENH114
ENH251
ENH254
ENH260
ENH291
HCR210
HIS101
HIS102
American Indian Religions (L or HU, C)
Ethics and Administration of Justice
Introduction to Art
Prehistoric through Gothic Art (H)
S#ART1101
Renaissance through Contemporary Art (H) S#ART1102
History of Photography
Mexican Art History (H)
Art of Ancient Eqypt (H)
Magic, Witchcraft and Healing (G)
Buried Cities & Lost Tribes: Old World (SB or HU, G/H)
Buried Cities & Lost Tribes: New World (SB or HU, G/H)
Chicana & Chicano Studies (C)
Construction and Culture (G/H)
Children’s Literature
Art of Storytelling (C)
Intro to Literature (C)
Chicano Literature (C)
African-American Literature (C)
Mythology (G)
Literature and Film (L or HU)
Literature of Southwest (C) Honors Only
Children’s Literature
Clinical Health Care Ethics
History W Civ/Mid Ages-1789 (HU or SB, H)
History of West Civ 1789 to Present
(HU or SB, H/G) (Honors only)
HIS103
History U.S. to 1870 (HU or SB, H)
HIS108
U S History 1945 to present (H, SB)
HUM190AA Honors Forum Honors Only
HUM190AB Honors Forum Honors Only
HUM190AC Honors Forum Honors Only
HUM205
Introduction to Cinema
HUM210
Contemporary Cinema
HUM292
The Art of Storytelling (HU,C)
INT115
Historical Archit & Furn (H)
INT120
Modern Archit & Furniture (H)
MHL140
Survey of Music History (H)
MHL143
Music in World Cultures (G)
MHL145
American Jazz and Popular Music
MHL146
Survey Broadway Musicals
MHL153
Rock Music and Culture
MHL155
Survey of American Music (H)
MHL241
Music History & Literature 1750
PHI101
Intro to Philosophy
S#PHI1101
PHI103
Intro to Logic (L or HU)
S#PHI1103
PHI105
Intro to Ethics
S#PHI1105
PHI213
Medical & Bio-ethic
PHI216
Environmental Ethics (G)
PHI218
Philosophy of Sexuality (HU or L)
PHI251
Philosophy of Sport
REL203
American Indian Religions (L or HU, C)
REL243
World Religions (G)
Humanities & Fine Arts Continued (HU)
SPH245
STO292
THE111
THE205
THE210
Hispanic Heritage in the Southwest (C)
Art of Storytelling (C)
Intro to Theatre
Intro to Cinema
Contemporary Cinema
Literacy & Critical Inquiry (L)
AIS213
COM225
CPD160
CRE101
ENG111
ENH254
GBS233
PHI103
PHI218
PSY290AB
REL203
American Indian Religions (L or HU, C)
Public Speaking
Intro Multiculturalism (C)
Critical & Evaluative Reading
Technical/Professional Writing
Literature and Film (L or HU)
Business Communication
Intro to Logic (L or HU)
Philosophy of Sexuality (L or HU)
Research Methods (L or SG)
American Indian Religion (L or HU, C)
Social & Behavioral Sciences (SB)
AIS140
AJS101
AJS200
AJS225
AJS270
ASB102
ASB222
ASB223
ASB252
ASM104
CFS157
CFS159
CFS176
CFS205
COM100
COM110
COM230
ECN211
ECN212
EDU221
EDU222
GCU102
GCU121
GCU122
GCU141
GCU221
HES100
HIS101
HIS102
HIS103
HIS104
HIS108
HIS109
HIS140
POS110
POS120
POS210
POS270
PSY101
PSY132
PSY240
PSY266
PSY277
REC120
SBU200
SOC101
SOC140
SOC212
SOC251
SWU102
SWU292
WST161
American Indian History (H,C)
Intro to Criminal Justice
Current Issues in Criminal Justice
Criminology
Community Relations (S/B)
Intro to Cultural and Social Anthropology (G)
Buried Cities & Lost Tribes: Old World (SB or HU, G/H)
Buried Cities & Lost Tribes: New World (SB or HU, G/H)
Anthropology of Sport (G)
Bones, Stones and Human Evolution (SB or SG)
Marriage and Family Life
The Modern Family
Child Development
Human Development
Intro to Human Communication
Interpersonal Communication
Small Group Communication
Macroeconomic Principles S#ECN2201
Microeconomic Principles S#ECN2202
Intro to Education
Intro to the Exceptional Learner (C)
Intro to Human Geography (G)
World GeogI: East Hemisphere
World Geogl: West Hemisphere (G)
Intro to Economic Geography (G)
Arizona Geography (SB, C/H)
Healthful Living
History W Civ/MidAges-1789 (HU or SB, H)
History of West Civ 1789 to present
(SB or HU, H/G)
United States History to 1870 (SB or HU, H)
United States History 1870 to Present (H)
U S History 1945 to present (HU or SB, H)
Mexican American Hist & Cultural (C/H)
American Indian History (C/H)
American National Government S#POS1110
World Politics (G)
S#POS1120
Political Ideologies (H) (Honors only)
American Legal System
Intro to Psychology
S#PSY1101
Psychology & Culture (C/G)
Developmental Psychology
Abnormal Psychology
Psychology of Human Sexuality
Leisure and the Quality of Life
Society and Business (G)
Intro to Sociology
S#SOC1101
Racial and Ethnic Minorities (C) S#SOC2215
Gender and Society (C)
Social Problems
Intro to Social Work (H)
Effect Help/Diverse World (C)
American Women Since1920 (C/H)
Natural Sciences – Quantitative (SQ) for AGEC-A and B
BIO100
BIO105
BIO108
BIO156
BIO181
CHM107
CHM130
CHM150
CHM151
CHM152
CHM230
GLG101/3
GPH111
PHY101
PHY111
PHY112
PHY121
Biology Concepts
Environmental Biology
Plants and Society
Intro Biology for Allied Health
General Biology (Majors) I
S#BIO1181
Chemistry and Society and Lab
Fundamental Chemistry and Lab S#CHM1130
General Chemistry I and 151Lab
General Chemistry I and Lab
S#CHM1151
General Chemistry II and Lab
S#CHM1152
Fundamental Organic Chemistry S#CHM2230
Intro to Geology I & Lab (G)
S#GLG1101
Intro to Physical Geography
Intro to Physics
General Physics I
S#PHY1111
General Physics II
S#PHY1112
University Physics I: Mechanics
S#PHY1121
Natural Sciences – General (SG) for AGEC-A and B
ASM104
Bones, Stones and Human Evolution (SG or SB)
AST101/2 Survey of Astronomy
BIO145
Marine Biology (PC WebCT)
BIO160
Intro to Anatomy and Physiology
BIO182
General Biology II
S#BIO1182
BIO201
Human Anatomy and Physiology I S#BIO2201
BIO202
Human Anatomy and Physiology II S#BIO2202
BIO205
Microbiology
S#BIO2205
FON241 L+L Principles of Human Nutrition
GLG110/111Geol Disasters and Environment Lec+Lab (G)
PSY275
Biopsychology
PSY290AB Research Methods (SG or L)
Computer/Statistics (CS)
BPC110
CIS105
CIS162AD
GBS221
MAT206
PSY230
Computer Usage and Applications
Survey of Computer Infor Systems S#CIS1120
C#: Level I
Business Statistics
S#BUS2201
Elements of Statics
S#MAT1160
Intro to Statistics
Global Awareness (G)
ASB102
ASB214
ASB222
ASB223
ASB252
CNS101
ENH251
GCU102
GCU141
GCU122
GLG110
GPH210
HCR230
HIS102
IBS101
JPN201
MHL143
PHI216
POS120
PSY132
REL243
SBU200
SPA201
SPA202
Intro to Cultural and Social Anthropology (SB, G)
Magic, Witchcraft and Healing (HU)
Buried Cities & Lost Tribes: Old World (HU or SB, G/H
Buried Cities & Lost Tribes: New World (HU or SB, G/H)
Anthropology of Sport (SB)
Construction and Culture (G/H)
Mythology (HU, G)
Intro to Human Geography (SB)
Intro to Economic Geography (S/B)
World Geography: West Hemisphere (SB)
Geol Disastrs and Envrnment (SG, H)
Society and Environment
Culture and Health (C,G)
History West Civ 1789 to Present
(SB or HU, H/G)
Intro to International Business
Intermediate Japanese I S#JPN2201
Music in World Cultures (HU, G)
Environmental Ethcis (HU)
World Politics (SB)
S#POS1120
Psychology & Culture (SB, C/G)
World Religions (HU, G)
Society and Business (SB, G)
Intermediate Spanish I
S#SPA2201
Intermediate Spanish II
S#SPA2202
Cultural Diversity in the U.S. (C)
AIS140
AIS170
AIS213
CCS101
CFS242
CPD160
EDU222
EDU230
EDU292
ENH110
ENH112
ENH114
ENH260
GCU221
HCR230
HIS109
HIS140
HIS170
HIS203
HUM292
PSY132
REL203
SLG212
SOC140
SOC212
SPH245
STO292
SWU292
WST161
American Indian History (SB, C/H)
American Indian History of the Southwest (SB, C/H)
American Indian Religions (L or HU, C)
Chicana & Chicano Studies (HU)
Cultural Plan for Diversity
Intro to Multiculturalism (L)
Intro to the Exceptional Learner (SB, C)
Cultural Diversity in Education
Art of Storytelling
Intro to Literature (HU, C)
Chicano Literature (HU)
African-American Literature
Literature of the Southwest (HU, C)
Arizona Geography (SB, C/H)
Culture and Health (C/G)
Mexican-American History and Culture (SB, C/H)
American Indian History (SB, C/H)
American Indian History of the Southwest (C/H)
African-American Hist to 1865 (H/C)
Art of Storytelling (HU,C)
Psychology & Culture (SB, C/G)
American Indian Religions (L or HU, C)
Deaf Culture
Racial and Ethnic Minorities (SB, C) S#SOC2215
Gender and Society (SB, C)
Hispanic Heritage in the Southwest (HU, C)
Art of Storytelling (HU, C)
Effect Help/Diverse World (SB)
American Women Since 1920 (SB, C/H)
Historical Awareness (H)
AIS140
AIS170
ARH101
ARH102
ARH203
ARH217
ASB222
ASB223
CNS101
GCU221
HCR220
HIS101
HIS102
HIS103
HIS104
HIS108
HIS109
HIS140
HIS170
HIS203
INT115
INT120
MHL140
MHL155
SWU102
WST161
American Indian History (SB, H/C)
American Indian History of the Southwest (SB, C/H)
Prehistoric through Gothic Art (HU, H) S#ART1101
Renaissance through ContP. Art (HU) S#ART1102
Art Ancient Egypt (HU, H)
Mexican Art History (HU, H)
Buried Cities & Lost Tribes: Old World (HU or SB, H/G)
Buried Cities & Lost Tribes: New World (HU or SB, H/G)
Construction and Culture (HU, G/H)
Arizona Geography (SB, C/H)
Intro Nursing/Health Care Sys
History W Civ/Mid Ages-1789 (HU or SB, H)
History of Western Civilization 1789-Present
(HU or SB, H/G)
United States History to 1870 (HU or SB, H)
United States History to 1870 to Present (SB, H)
U. S. History 1945 to Present (HU or SB, H)
Mexican American Hist & Cult (SB, C/H)
American Indian History (SB. H/C)
American Indian History of the Southwest (SB, C/H)
African-American Hist to 1865 (H/C)
Historical Archit & Furn (HU)
Modern Arch & Furniture (HU)
Survey of Music History (HU, H)
Survey of American Music (H/C)
Intro to Social Work (SB, H)
American Women Since 1920 (SB, (C/H)
S# Indicates approved SUN courses that have direct equivalency
for transfer among AZ community colleges and universities.
PC ADVISEMENT-REVISED & REVIEWED BY NANCY NAGEOTTE AND
JOANNE CARFAGNA 2/26/13; Updated 4/3/13 DS
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