Course Substitution

For Courses That May Be Used to Fulfill the Major and LAC:

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Department Course Substitutions

Definition of Substitution: within specific areas of study, a course may be considered an alternative or replacement for a course within the LAC if it does not compromise the integrity of the course outcomes and has been approved by the LAPC (i.e., course X, course Y, and course Z may be used as an alternative for course A). Two substitutions, maximum 7 credits, are allowed for each major.

Updated 1/4/16

Course

Title

Major Program

LAC Tier & Category Substitution

AMS 251Introduction to American SocietyHistory and EnglishT2-IndSoc
 
ART 211Art History I Art and Art HistoryT1-HisPer
ART 212Art History II Art and Art HistoryT1-HisPer
ART 124Digital Imaging and Online Media Art and Art HistoryT2-AppInfoTech
 
BIO 120Organismal Biology w/ LaboratoryBiochemistryT1-NatSci
BIO 120Organismal Biology w/ LaboratoryBiologyT1-NatSci
BIO 130General Ecology w/ LaboratoryBiochemistryT1-NatSci
BIO 130General Ecology w/ LaboratoryBiologyT1-NatSci
BIO 220Cell Structure and Function w/ LaboratoryBiochemistryT2-NatSci
BIO 220Cell Structure and Function w/ LaboratoryBiologyT2-NatSci
BIO 230General GeneticsBiochemistryT2-NatSci
BIO 230General GeneticsBiologyT2-NatSci
   
COM 250Digital Video Production for EducationEducationT2-AppInfoTech
   
CSC 210Computer Science and Programming IComputer ScienceT2-AppInfoTech
CSC 250Applied Computing for EducatorsEducationT2-AppInfoTech
   
   
EES 224Landform Analysis (w/lab)Environmental Earth ScienceT2-NatSci
EES 340Introduction to Geographic Information SystemsEnvironmental Earth ScienceT2-AppInfoTech
   
HPE 210Personal HealthSports & Leisure ManagementT1-HelWel
HPE 210Personal HealthPhysical EducationT1-HelWel
HPE/HSC 215Introduction to Health SciencesHealth SciencesT1-NatSci
HPE 328Applied Anatomy and PhysiologyPhysical EducationT2-NatSci
HPE 328Applied Anatomy and PhysiologySports & Leisure ManagementT2-NatSci
   
MAT 315Applied Probability and StatisticsMathematicsT2-InfoTech
  
SWK 311Human Behavior and Social EnvironmentSocial WorkT2-CulPer
SWK 333Research for Social Work IISocial WorkT2-AppInfoTech

The following are Course Re-use Options

Definition of Re-Use (i.e., double-dip): Courses that fulfill a requirement in both the major and the LAC (a maximum of two are allowed for each major).

Updated 12/8/15

Liberal Arts Core: Courses that may be used to fulfill the major and LAC

  • Accounting majors may use ECO 200 for the major and T1SS; ECO 201 for the major and T2IS
  • Art Majors may use ART110 2-­‐D Design or Art 111 3-­‐D Design (TI arts and Humanities context) and ART202 Drawing I (T2 creative expression)
  • Biology majors may use MAT 130 or 243 for the major and T1M; MAT 216 for the major and T2IT
  • Business Administration majors may use ECO 201 for the major and T2IS; BUS 205 for the major and T2IT
  • Business Information System majors may use ECO 201 for the major and T2IS; BUS 205 for the major and T2IT
  • Communication majors may use COM 100 for the major and T1SS; COM 220 for the major and T2IT
  • Economics majors may use ECO 200 for the major and T1SS; ECO 215 for the major and T2IT
  • Education majors may use EDU 222 for T2CE and EDU 357 for T2CP
  • English/American Studies majors may use AMS 251 for the major and T2IS
  • English majors may use ENG 202 for T1-LT.
  • English majors may fulfill T2CE (except ENG 241) and T2CP with designated ENG courses.
  • Environmental Earth Science majors may use EES 104, 106, 110, 125 or 202 for the major and T1NS (if taken with EES 112 fulfills the science w/lab requirement); EES 224 for the major and T2NS; EES 340 for the major and T2IT
  • Health and Physical Education majors may use HPE 328 for the major and T2NS
  • Health Sciences majors may use MAT 216 for T2-IT
  • History majors may use HIS 120 or 121 for the major and T1H; HIS 230 or 231 for the major and T2CP
  • History/American Studies majors may use HIS 120 or 121 for the major and T1H; AMS 251 for the major and T2IS
  • Mathematics majors may use MAT 243 for the major and T1M
  • Music majors may use MUS 212 for the major and T2CE; MUS 227 or MUS 330 for the major and T2CP
  • Political Science majors may use PSC 110 or 140 for the major and T1SS
  • Psychology majors may use PSY 203 or 206 for the major and T2IS
  • Social Work majors may use BIO 202 for the major and T1NS; SOC 100, PSY 100, ANT 106 or PSC 110 for the major and T1SS; SWK 311 for the major and T2IS; SWK 333 for the major and T2IT
  • Sociology majors may use any ANT or SOC listed T2CP course for the major and T2CP; may use any ANT or SOC T2IS listed course for the major and T2IS
  • Theatre majors may use THE 267 or THE 268 or THE 270 for the major and T1A; THE 272 or THE 275 for the major and T2CE