FSD 21-12 Courses Slated for Removal GEN ED

April 5, 2022

FSD 21-12 General Education Course List Update

Purdue University Northwest Faculty Senate

 

Submission Date: (General Education and Assessment Committee)

Senate Action and Date:

The purpose of this document is to remove the designation of courses that no longer meet the General Education requirements. The Gen Ed and Assessment Committee over the course of the last two years have received requests from faculty and administration regarding 31 courses that are NO LONGER considered for Gen Ed.  The following courses are marked for deletion from General Education (note- these will NOT remove courses from the catalog).  The column to the right lists the courses that still qualify under each category.

Slated for Deletion from GEN ED Current Courses Remaining GEN ED eligible
Speech Communication
No Changes proposed COM 11400 – Fundamentals Of Speech Communication
Quantitative Reasoning
BUSM 10500 – Quantitative Methods For Business

ECON 25200 – Macroeconomics

ENGR 18900 – C++ Language Programming For Engineering and Technology Applications

IET 35200 – Operations Management

MA 16900 – Plane Analytical Geometry And Calculus II

MET 16200 – Computational Analysis Tools In MET

MET 29900 – Mechanical Engineering Technology

PSY 20100 – Introduction To Statistics In Psychology

 

BIA 22500 – Fundamental Managerial Statistics

ECON 25100 – Microeconomics

MA 12301 – Mathematical Ideas

MA 13700 – Mathematics for Elementary Teachers I

MA 14700 – Algebra and Trigonometry for Technology

MA 15300 – College Algebra

MA 15400 – Trigonometry

MA 15900 – Precalculus

MA 15910 – Introduction to Calculus

MA 16031 – Calculus I For Life Sciences

MA 16100 – Plane Analytic Geometry and Calculus I

MA 16300 – Integrated Calculus Analysis Geometry I

SOC 38200 – Introduction to Statistics in Sociology

STAT 11300 – Statistics and Society

STAT 13000 – Statistics and Contemporary Life

STAT 30100 – Elementary Statistical Methods

STAT 31000 – Health Care Statistics

Technology
BCM 10001 – Introduction to Construction

COM 26100 – Introduction To Digital Video Production

ECET 15900 – Digital Applications

ECON 21100 – Contemporary Economic Problems

EDCI 12000 – Technology In Society: Online Communication And Publishing

EDCI 13000 – Technology In Society: Digital Media And Learning

EDCI 26000 – Introduction To Computers In Education

EDCI 27000 – Introduction To Educational Technology And Computing

IET 10400 – Industrial Organization

IET 35200 – Operations Management

ITS 20000 – Ethical And Legal Issues IT

MET 14100 – Materials I

MET 29900 – Mechanical Engineering Technology

 

BIA 10200 – Computer Utilization for Management

BIA 21100 – Introduction to Business Information Analytics

CEMT 11700 – Construction Graphics

CGT 10100 – Introduction to Computer Graphics Technology

CGT 14100 – Internet Foundations Technologies And Development

CIS 16600 – Introduction To Programming

CIS 20400 – Introduction To Computer-Based Systems

CIS 30400 – Advanced Computer Utilization

COM 25000 – Mass Communication And Society

CPET 29900 – Selected Computer Engineering Technology Subject

CS 12300 – Programming I: Java

MA 20600 – Computer Algebra And Programming

ECET 10900 – Digital Fundamentals

ECET 20901 – Introduction To Microcontrollers

ECON 25200 – Macroeconomics

EDCI 32300 – Educational Technology For Teaching And Learning

ENGR 15100 – Software Tools For Engineers

FIN 24000 – Personal Financial Management

HST 35300 – Health Care Informatics

ITS 10000 – Information Technology Fundamentals

ITS 11000 – Web Systems Technology

MET 10000 – Production Drawing And Computer-Aided Design

NUR 35300 – Health Care Informatics

NUR 45100 – Nursing Informatics

 

Social Sciences
COM 21200 – Approaches to The Study Of Interpersonal Communication

COM 32000 – Small Group Communication

COM 32400 – Introduction to Organizational Communication

EDFA 20000 – History and Philosophy of Education

PSY 24000 – Introduction to Social Psychology

 

ANTH 10000 – Being Human: Introduction to Anthropology

ANTH 10500 – Cultural Anthropology

BUSM 38000 – International Business

COM 20400 – Critical Perspectives on Communication

COM 25000 – Mass Communication and Society

COM 34900 – Media and Culture

ECON 10100 – Survey Of Economics

ECON 21000- Principles of Economics (NEW Fall 22)

ECON 25100- Microeconomics (NEW FALL 22)

ECON 25200- Macroeconomics (NEW FALL 22)

FIN 24000 – Personal Financial Management

HDFS 21000 – Introduction to Human Development

OLS 13100 – Introduction to Safety and Health Management

OLS 25200 – Human Relations in Organizations

POL 10100 – American Government and Politics

POL 13000 – Introduction to International Relations

POL 14100 – Governments of The World

PSY 12000 – Elementary Psychology

PSY 34400 – Human Sexuality

SOC 10000 – Introductory Sociology

SOC 22000 – Social Problems

Humanities
COM 24000 – Introduction to Oral Interpretation

THTR 30800 – The History and Development Of The American Musical Theatre

AD 25500 – Art Appreciation

BUSM 10100 – Introduction To Business

OR GBG12700 Development of Business in the United States

ENGL 20100 – The Nature Of Literary Study

ENG 20200: Engaging English (NEW)

ENGL 20500 – Introduction To Creative Writing

ENGL 23100 – Introduction To Literature

ENGL 23700 – Introduction To Poetry

ENGL 23800 – Introduction To Fiction

ENGL 24000 – Survey Of The British Literature: From The Beginnings….

ENGL 24100 – Survey Of The British Literature: From The Rise Of Romanticism …

ENGL 25700 – Literature Of Black America

ENGL 26600 – World Literature: From The Beginnings To 1700 A.D.

ENGL 26700 – World Literature: From 1700 A.D. To The Present

ENGL 28600 – The Movies

ENGL 35000 – Survey Of American Literature From Its Beginnings To 1865

ENGL 35100 – Survey Of American Literature From 1865 To …

ETHN 20100 – The Hispanic American Experience

GBG 25900 – Law And Society

GSLA 10100 – Global Awareness

HIST 10200 – Introduction To The Ancient World

HIST 10300 – Introduction To The Medieval World

HIST 10400 – Introduction To The Modern World

HIST 10500 – Survey Of Global History

HIST 11000 – The Pre-Modern World

HIST 15100 – American History To 1877

HIST 15200 – United States Since 1877

LBST 23500 – Introduction To Great Issues

LALS 10100 – Introduction To Latin American Studies

MUS 25000 – Music Appreciation

PHIL 10600 – Human Experience In Art Literature, Music, And Philosophy

PHIL 11000 – Introduction To Philosophy

PHIL 11100 – Ethics

PHIL 32100: Engineering Ethics (NEW)

PHIL 32400 – Ethics For The Professions

SPAN 23500 – Spanish American Literature In Translation

SPAN 24100 – Introduction To The Study Of Hispanic Literature

SPAN 33500 – The Literature Of The Spanish-Speaking Peoples In ..

THTR 20100 – Theatre Appreciation

Written Composition
No pending changes ENGL 10000 – English Composition

ENGL 10400 – English Composition I

ENGL 10500 – English Composition II

ENGL 22000 – Technical Report Writing

ENGL 30700 – Written and Oral Communication For Engineers

ENGL 42000 – Business Writing

Natural Sciences
BIOL 10008 – Foundation Of Biology

BIOL 11000 – Fundamentals Of Biology I

BIOL 14300 – Current Topics In Modern Biology

 

ASTR 26300 – Descriptive Astronomy: The Solar System

ASTR 26400 – Descriptive Astronomy: Stars And Galaxies

BIOL 10100 – Introductory Biology

BIOL 10200 – Introductory Biology

BIOL 21000 – Field Biology

BIOL 21300 – Human Anatomy And Physiology I

BIOL 22200 – Aids Online International

BIOL 30300 – Birds Of Northwest Indiana

BIOL 32400 – Natural History of the Smoky Mountains

BIOL 32500 – Natural History of North West Indiana

CHM 10300 – Chemistry & Society

CHM 11100 – General Chemistry

CHM 11500 – General Chemistry

CHM 11600 – General Chemistry

CHM 11900 – General Chemistry

EAS 10000 – Planet Earth

EAS 10400 – Oceanography

EAS 11000 – Survey Of Geology

EAS 11300 – Introduction To Environmental Science

EAS 12000 – Introduction To Geography

EAS 22000 – Survey Of Physical Geography

EAS 22200 – Weather Studies

EAS 22300 – Ocean Studies

FIS 14000 – Introduction To Forensic Science: Criminalistics

FIS 14005 – Introduction To Forensic Science: Evidence Handling

FN 30300 – Essentials Of Nutrition

PHYS 15200 – Mechanics

PHYS 22000 – General Physics

PHYS 22100 – General Physics

SCI 10300 – Survey Of The Biological World

SCI 10400 – Introduction To Environmental Biology

SCI 10500 – Invitation To Human Biology

SCI 10601 – Food Chemistry

SCI 11200 – Introduction To The Physical Sciences I

SCI 11300 – Introduction To The Physical Sciences II

SCI 11400 – Introduction to Life Science

SCI 12200 – Origin Of The Universe

SCI 13100 – Science And Environmental Issues

SCI 15000 – Brewing Science

SCI 20200 – Environmental Science

 

 

2022 General Education and Assessment Committee

David Pratt (Chair) (CHESS)

Khair Al-Shamaileh (’22) (CES)

Maria Garcia-Verdugo (’22) (CHESS)

David Kozel (’22) (CES)

Julia Rogers (’22) (Nursing)

Sham Tickoo (’23) (TECH)

Renee Conroy (’24) (CHESS)