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Minnesota Transfer Curriculum

Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC). The Liberal Education Program incorporates the ten goals of the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum. This curriculum provides for transfer of liberal education courses to and from all Minnesota State Colleges and Universities. The University of Minnesota recognizes completion of the entire MnTC for transfer.  St. Cloud State University recognizes in transfer from other institutions completion of the entire MnTC, completion of individual goals in the MnTC, and completion of individual courses designated for MnTC goals.  Only courses completed at the 100 level and above will count as completing a Liberal Education goal area.

  • Students must complete all ten goals and achieve a total of at least 40 credits.
  • Number superscripts above the course indicate another goal to which the course may be applied.
  • Each student must complete three courses designated as Diversity courses.  Students may take no more than one course from any one department.
  • It is strongly recommended and encouraged that one Diversity course be an approved Racial Issues (RIS) course.  See Goal 7 for approved Racial Issues courses.
  • See the University Catalog under University Honors Program for Honors courses which fulfill the goals.
  • A student is eligible for admission as a transfer student if he/she has earned twelve (12) or more college-level credits at a regionally accredited university or college-level institution.  All credits earned with a grade of "C" or higher from a regionally accredited university or college-level institution are considered for credit transfer.  Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) courses with grades of “A”-“D” transfer; however, a cumulative MnTC grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 is required.
  • Effective Date: February 6, 2014

Goal 1: Communication

Goal 1: Communication  (2 courses)

Select one of the following:
ART 198: Research and Analytical Writing in Art, 4 Cr.
ENGL 190: Introduction to Rhetorical and Analytical Writing: Supplemental, 4 Cr.
ENGL 191: Introduction to Rhetorical and Analytical Writing, 4 Cr.
ENGL 198: Analytical and Research Writing in the Humanities, 4 Cr.
ENGL 291: Introduction to Analytical and Rhetorical Writing (ENGL 291 should be taken only in consultation with an advisor), 2  Cr.
TH 198: Rhetorical and Analytical Writing for Theatre, 4 Cr.

Students are also required to complete:
CMST 192: Introduction to Communication Studies, 3 Cr.

Goal 2: Critical Thinking

Goal 2: Critical Thinking  (1 course)

ASTR 1073: Concepts of Stars and the Universe, 3 Cr.
CMST 3066: Rhetoric in Popular Culture, 3 Cr.
CMST 318: Argumentation and Advocacy, 3 Cr.
ENGL 3066: Rhetoric in Popular Culture, 3 Cr.
ENVE 20110:  Introduction to Environmental Engineering, 3 Cr.
HLTH 250: Consumer Health, 3 Cr.
LIB 280: Critical Thinking in Academic Research, 3 Cr.
PHIL 194: Critical Reasoning, 3 Cr.
POL 191: Introduction to Political and Legal Reasoning, 3 Cr.
POL 192: Critical Reasoning: Issues and Events in American Politics, 3 Cr.

Goal 3: Natural Sciences

Goal 3: Natural Sciences (Minimum of two courses, no more than 4 credits from one rubric or academic area. Include one laboratory course, indicated with *)

AHS 104*: Introduction to Atmospheric Science, 3 Cr.
AHS 105*: The Water Environment, 3 Cr.
AHS 10610: Natural Hazards and Human Society, 3 Cr.
AHS 109*: Introduction to Environmental Geology, 3 Cr.
AHS 220*: Physical Geology Systems, 4 Cr.
AHS 230*: Introduction to Physical Hydrology, 4 Cr.
AHS 260*: Introductory Meteorology, 4 Cr.
ANTH 140: Human Origins (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ASTR 105: Astrobiology, 3 Cr.
ASTR 106*: Concepts of the Solar System, 3 Cr.
ASTR 1072: Concepts of Stars and the Universe, 3 Cr.
ASTR 120*8: Archaeoastronomy (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ASTR 205*: General Astronomy, 4 Cr.
BIOL 101*10: Environment and Society, 3 Cr.
BIOL 102*10: The Living World, 3 Cr.
BIOL 103*: Human Biology, 3 Cr.
BIOL 104*: Human Disorders (Topical), 3 Cr.
BIOL 106: Cultural Botany (Diversity), 3 Cr.
BIOL 107*: Biology of Women (Diversity), 3 Cr.
BIOL 152*10: Organismal Diversity, 4 Cr.
CHEM 101: Understanding Chemistry, 3 Cr.
CHEM 10510: Chemistry and the Environment, 3 Cr.
CHEM 151*: General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry, 5 Cr.
CHEM 160*: Preparatory Chemistry, 4 Cr.
CHEM 207*: Forensic Science, 3 Cr.
CHEM 210*: General Chemistry 1, 4 Cr.
CHEM 211*: General Chemistry 2, 4 Cr.
CHEM 307*: Advanced Forensic Science, 3 Cr.
GEOG 272*: Physical Geography, 3 Cr.
HLTH 210: Principles of Nutrition, 3 Cr.
PHYS 101: Famous People of Science, 3 Cr.
PHYS 103*: Concepts in Physics, 3 Cr.
PHYS 20810: Energy and Environment, 3 Cr.
PHYS 231*: General Physics I, 4 Cr.
PHYS 232*: General Physics II, 4 Cr.
PHYS 234*: Classical Physics I, 5 Cr.
PHYS 235*: Classical Physics II, 5 Cr.

Goal 4: Mathematical/Logical Reasoning

Goal 4: Mathematical/Logical Reasoning  (1 course)

CSCI 200, Elements of Computing, 3 Cr.

ECON 110, Personal Finance, 3 Cr.

MATH 112, College Algebra, 3 Cr.

MATH 113, Trigonometry, 3 Cr.

MATH 115, Precalculus, 5 Cr.

MATH 193, Mathematical Thinking, 3 Cr.

MATH 196, Finite Mathematics, 3 Cr.

MATH 201, Elements of Mathematics I, 3 Cr.

MATH 211, Survey of Calculus I, 3 Cr.

MATH 221, Calculus I, 4 Cr.

MATH 222, Calculus II, 4 Cr.

PHIL 223, Elementary Symbolic Logic, 3 Cr.

STAT 193, Statistical Thinking, 3 Cr.

STAT 219, Statistics for the Social Sciences, 3 Cr.

STAT 239, Statistics for the Biological and Physical Sciences, 3 Cr.

 

Goal 5: History and the Social and Behavioral Sciences

Goal 5: History and the Social and Behavioral Sciences (2 courses with no more than 4 credits from one rubric or academic area)

AFST 2508, Introduction to African Studies (Diversity), 3 Cr.

ANTH 1018, Introduction to Anthropology (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ANTH 130, Introduction to Prehistoric Cultures (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ANTH 188, Indians of the Americas (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ANTH 198, The Anthropology of Modern American Life, 3 Cr.

ANTH 2508, Introductory Cultural Anthropology (Diversity), 3 Cr.

ART 2316, Art History Survey II, 3 Cr.

BRIT 250, Contemporary Britain, 3 Cr.

CFS 220, Introduction to Parents and Children, 3 Cr.

CJS 100, History of Criminal Justice, 3 Cr.
CJS 101
, Survey of Criminal Justice, 3 Cr.
CJS 111, Crime and Justice in America (Diversity), 3 Cr.

CMTY 2008, Cities, Suburbs, and Small Towns, 3 Cr.
CMTY 222, Diversity in the American Experience (Diversity), 3 Cr.
CMTY 394, Urban Planning (Same as GEOG 394), 3 Cr.

CMST 220, Interpersonal Communication, 3 Cr.

COLL 196, First Year Seminar, 3 Cr.

CPSY 101, Applying Psychology  [Same as CEEP 101], 3 Cr.
CPSY 262, Human Growth and Development, 3 Cr.

CSD 1307, Introduction to Human Communication Disorders, 3 Cr.

EAST 2508, Introduction to East Asia (Diversity), 3 Cr.

ECON 197, Economics for Everyday Life, 3 Cr.
ECON 201, Introduction to Economics, 3 Cr.
ECON 205, Principles of Macroeconomics, 3 Cr.
ECON 206, Principles of Microeconomics, 3 Cr.
ECON 381, Economics of Crime and Justice, 3 Cr.

ETHS 312, American Indian Women's Lives, 3 Cr.
ETHS 335, Asian Pacific American Women (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ETHS 3456, Asian Pacific Americans in Popular Culture (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ETHS 410, Contemporary American Indian Issues, 3 Cr.
ETHS 425, Contemporary Asian Pacific American Issues (Diversity), 3 Cr.

ETS 1828, Modern Technology and Civilization, 3 Cr.
ETS 1838, Technology and Third World Development (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ETS 37510, Society and the Environment, 3 Cr.

GEOG 271, Economic Geography, 3 Cr.
GEOG 394, Urban Planning (Same as CMTY 394), 3 Cr.

GERO 208, Introduction to Gerontology (Diversity), 3 Cr.
GERO 405, Aging and Diversity (Diversity), 3 Cr.
GERO 415, Women and Aging (Diversity), 3 Cr.

GWS 201, Introduction to Women's Studies (Diversity), 3 Cr.

HLTH 215, Personal and Community Health, 3 Cr.

HIST 1018, Studies in World History, 3 Cr.
HIST 1068, Historical Studies (Diversity), 3 Cr.

HIST 1097, Race in America (Diversity/RIS), 3 Cr.

HIST 140, America to 1865, 3 Cr.
HIST 141, United States Since 1865, 3 Cr.

HIST 1508, Twentieth Century World (Diversity), 3 Cr.
HIST 1959, Democratic Citizenship, 3 Cr.

HIST 2108, Western Civilization I: Antiquity to 1500, 3 Cr.
HIST 2118, Western Civilization II: 1500-Present, 3 Cr.
HIST 3527, American Indian History (Diversity), 3 Cr.
HIST 3587, Immigration, Race and Ethnicity (Diversity), 3 Cr.

LAST 2508, Introduction to Latin America (Diversity), 3 Cr.

POL 1119, American National Government, 3 Cr.

PSY 115, Introduction to Psychology, 3 Cr.
PSY 225, Psychology of Women (Diversity), 3 Cr.
PSY 22810, Conservation Psychology, 3 Cr.
PSY 240, Developmental Psychology, 3 Cr.

SOC 1119, Social Problems (Diversity), 3 Cr.
SOC 160, Principles of Sociology, 3 Cr.
SOC 20010, Environmental Sociology (Diversity), 3 Cr.
SOC 211, Crime Myths and Media (Diversity), 3 Cr.
SOC 2738, Sociology of Gender (Diversity), 3 Cr.
SOC 2768, Families and Globalization, 3 Cr.

SPED 203, Exceptionalities and Human Diversity, 3 Cr.

TH 2706, American Musical Theatre, 3 Cr.

 

Goal 6: Humanities and Fine Arts

Goal 6: Humanities and Fine Arts (2 courses with no more than 4 credits from one rubric or academic area)

ART 130, Studio Art for Non-Majors, 3 Cr.

ART 1318, Introduction to the Visual Arts of the World (Diversity), 3 Cr.

ART 2308, Art History Survey I, 3 Cr.

ART 2315, Art History Survey II, 3 Cr.

ART 333, Art and Literature, 3 Cr.

ART 4338, Asian Art History (Diversity), 3 Cr.

ART 4348, African Art History (Diversity), 3 Cr.

ART 4358, Art History of the Americas (Diversity), 3 Cr.

ART 4908, Folk, Ethnic, and Indigenous Art (Diversity), 3 Cr.

COLL 197, First Year Seminar, 3 Cr.

CMST 210, Performance and Everyday Life, 3 Cr.

CMST 211, Public Speaking, 3 Cr.

CMST 3062, Rhetoric in Popular Culture, 3 Cr.

CMST 316, Speech Writing, 3 Cr.

CSD 171, American Sign Language, 3 Cr.

ENGL 184, Introduction to Literature, 3 Cr.

ENGL 201, Classics of Literature, 3 Cr.

ENGL 202, Myth, Legend, and Sacred Literatures, 3 Cr.

ENGL 203, Gender Issues in Literature (Diversity), 3 Cr.

ENGL 215, American Indian Literature (Diversity), 3 Cr.

ENGL 2167, African American Literature (Diversity/RIS), 3 Cr.

ENGL 280, Understanding Video Games, 3 Cr.

ENGL 305, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Literature (Diversity), 4 Cr.

ENGL 3062, Rhetoric in Popular Culture, 3 Cr.

ETHS 301, Special Topics in American Indian Studies, 3 Cr.

ETHS 307, Chicano/a Cultural Expressions, 3 Cr.

ETHS 3455, Asian Pacific Americans in Popular Culture (Diversity), 3 Cr.

FREN 1018, Elementary French I, 4 Cr.

FREN 1028, Elementary French II, 4 Cr.

FREN 1108,Introduction to French Culture, 3 Cr.

FREN 2018, Intermediate French I, 4 Cr.

FREN 2028, Intermediate French II, 4 Cr.

FS 175, Film and Culture, 3 Cr.

FS 260, The Art of Film, 3 Cr.

FS 270, Digital Filmmaking, 4 Cr.

GEOG 270, Introduction to Cultural Geography (Diversity), 3 Cr.

GER 1018, Elementary German I, 4 Cr.

GER 1028, Elementary German II, 4 Cr.

GER 1108, Introduction to German Culture, 3 Cr.

GER 2018, Intermediate German I, 4  Cr.

GER 2028, Intermediate German II, 4 Cr.

GWS 330, Gender and Popular Culture, 3 Cr.

HUMS 250, Introduction to the Humanities, 3 Cr.

IM 260, Exploring Digital Media, 3 Cr.

JPN 1018, Elementary Japanese I (Diversity), 4 Cr.

JPN 1028, Elementary Japanese II (Diversity), 4 Cr.

JPN 2018, Intermediate Japanese I, 4 Cr.

JPN 2028, Intermediate Japanese II, 4 Cr.

LC 1018, Elementary Foreign Language I (Topical), 4 Cr.

LC 1028, Elementary Foreign Language II (Topical), 4 Cr.

LC 2018, Intermediate Foreign Languages I (Topical), 4 Cr.

LC 2028, Intermediate Foreign Languages II (Topical), 4 Cr.

MCOM 146, American Television and Cultural Diversity (Diversity), 3 Cr.

MCOM 200, Introduction to Mass Communications, 3 Cr.

MCOM 275, Documentaries of the Holocaust (Diversity), 3 Cr.

MUSM 100, Introduction to Musical Concepts, 3 Cr.

MUSM 123, Experiencing Live Music, 3 Cr.

MUSM 1258, Music in World Culture (Diversity), 3 Cr.

MUSM 126, History of Rock and Roll Music, 3 Cr.

MUSM 229, Jazz History, 3 Cr.

MUSP 110-448, Private Lessons, 1-3 Cr.

MUSP 1598, World Drumming Group, 1 Cr.

MUSP 155-367, Ensembles, 1 Cr.

MUSP 358, Chamber Singers, 1 Cr.

PHIL 1118, Multicultural Philosophy (Diversity), 3 Cr.

PHIL 112, Philosophical Explorations, 3 Cr.

PHIL 116, Elementary Topics in Philosophy, 1-3 Cr.

PHIL 2118, Philosophy and Feminism (Diversity), 3 Cr.

PHIL 2129, Moral Problems and Theories, 3 Cr.

PHIL 221, Philosophy of Religion, 3 Cr.

PHIL 222, Existentialism, 3 Cr.

PHIL 251, History of Western Philosophy I, 3 Cr.

PHIL 252, History of Western Philosophy II, 3 Cr.

REL 1008, World Religions (Diversity), 3 Cr.

REL 150, Introduction to the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible, 3 Cr.

RUSS 1018, Elementary Russian I, 4 Cr.

RUSS 1028, Elementary Russian II, 4 Cr.

RUSS 1108,Introduction to Russian Culture, 3 Cr.

RUSS 2018, Intermediate Russian I, 4 Cr.

RUSS 2028, Intermediate Russian II, 4 Cr.

SPAN 1018, Elementary Spanish I, 4 Cr.

SPAN 1028,  Elementary Spanish II, 4 Cr.

SPAN 1038,, Accelerated Spanish for High Beginners, 4 Cr.

SPAN 1108, Introduction to Spanish Speaking Cultures, 3 Cr.

SPAN 2018, Intermediate Spanish I, 4  Cr.

SPAN 2028, Intermediate Spanish II, 4 Cr.

TH 148, Acting for Everyone, 3 Cr.

TH 231, Introduction to Theatre, 3 Cr.

TH 242, Active Collaboration, 3 Cr.

TH 258, Practical Creativity, 3 Cr.

TH 2705, American Musical Theatre, 3 Cr.

Goal 7: Human Diversity

Goal 7: Human Diversity  (1 course)

CMTY 2225, Diversity in the American Experience (Diversity/RIS), 3 Cr.

CSD 1305, Introduction to Human Communication Disorders (Diversity), 3 Cr.

ENGL 2166, African American Literature (Diversity/RIS), 3 Cr.

ETHS 111, Race in America (Diversity/RIS), 3 Cr.

ETHS 201, Introduction to Ethnic Studies (Diversity/RIS), 3 Cr.

ETHS 205, Introduction to Chicano/a Studies (Diversity/RIS), 3 Cr.

ETHS 210, Introduction to American Indian Studies (Diversity/RIS), 3 Cr.

ETHS 215, Introduction to Asian American Studies (Diversity/RIS), 3 Cr.

ETHS 220, Introduction to African American Studies (Diversity/RIS), 3 Cr.

ETHS 308, African American Cultural Expressions (Diversity), 3 Cr.

ETHS 310, American Indians in the Social Science Curriculum (Diversity/RIS), 3 Cr.

ETHS 408, Major Works in African American Studies (Diversity), 3 Cr.

ETHS 470, The Black Community (Diversity/RIS), 3 Cr.

GWS 220, Race and Gender in the U.S. (Diversity/RIS), 3 Cr.

HIST 1095, Race in America (Diversity/RIS), 3 Cr.

HIST 1415, United States Since 1864 (Diversity), 3 Cr.

HIST 3525, American Indian History (Diversity), 3 Cr.

HIST 3585, Immigration, Race and Ethnicity (Diversity), 3 Cr.

HIST 420, Colonial North America (Diversity), 3 Cr.

HURL 102, Human Relations and Race (Diversity/RIS), 3 Cr.

JWST 180, Anti-Semitism in America (Diversity), 3 Cr.

POL 310, U.S. Politics of Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration (Diversity/RIS), 3 Cr.

REL 180, Religion: Race and Racism (Diversity), 3 Cr.

SOC 268, Race and Ethnicity (Diversity/RIS), 3 Cr.


Goal 8: Global Perspective

Goal 8: Global Perspective  (1 course)

AFST 2505, Introduction to African Studies (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ANTH 1015, Introduction to Anthropology (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ANTH 2505, Introductory Cultural Anthropology (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ART 1316, Introduction to the Visual Arts of the World (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ART 2306, Art History Survey I, 3 Cr.
ART 4336, Asian Art History (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ART 4346, African Art History (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ART 4356, Art History of the Americas (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ART 4906, Folk, Ethnic, and Indigenous Art (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ASTR 1203, Archaeoastronomy (Diversity), 3 Cr.


BLAW 230, Consumer and Personal Law, 3 Cr.
BRIT 101, Introduction to the British Cultural Experience, 1 Cr.
BRIT 201, Reflections on the British Cultural Experience, 2 Cr.


CFS 260, Children in a Changing World (Diversity), 3 Cr.
CMST 330, Intercultural Communication (Diversity), 3 Cr.
CMTY 2005, Cities, Suburbs, and Small Towns, 3 Cr.
CSD 230, Global Perspectives on Communication Disorders (Diversity), 3 Cr.

EAST 2505, Introduction to East Asia (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ECON 350, Economics of Developing Countries (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ENTR 200, Principles of Entrepreneurship, 3 Cr.
ETS 1825, Modern Technology and Civilization, 3 Cr.
ETS 1835, Technology and Third World Development (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ETS 18510, Energy Resources and Issues, 3 Cr.


FREN 1016, Elementary French I, 4 Cr.
FREN 1026, Elementary French II, 4 Cr.
FREN 1106, Introduction to French Culture, 3 Cr.
FREN 2016, Intermediate French I, 4 Cr.
FREN 2026, Intermediate French II, 4 Cr.

GEOG 111, Introduction to Global Geography (Diversity), 3 Cr.
GER 1016, Elementary German I, 4 Cr.
GER 1026, Elementary German II, 4 Cr.
GER 1106, Introduction to German Culture, 3 Cr.
GER 2016, Intermediate German I, 4 Cr.
GER 2026, Intermediate German II, 4 Cr.
GERO 4705, Global Aging (Diversity), 3 Cr.
GLST 1959, Global Society and Citizenship, 3 Cr.
GWS 340, Global Feminisms, 3 Cr.,

HIST 1015, Studies in World History, 3 Cr.
HIST 1065, Historical Studies (Diversity), 3 Cr.
HIST 1105, Western Civilization I: Antiquity to 1500, 3 Cr.
HIST 1115, Western Civilization II: 1500-Present, 3 Cr.
HIST 1505 , Twentieth Century World (Diversity), 3 Cr.
HTSM 111, Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism, 3 Cr.
HTSM 215, Geography of Tourism, 3 Cr.
HURL 30310, Global Social and Environmental Justice, 3 Cr.


IM 204, Research Strategies in a Changing World (Diversity), 3 Cr.
JPN 1016, Elementary Japanese I (Diversity), 4 Cr.
JPN 1026, Elementary Japanese II (Diversity), 4 Cr.
JPN 2016, Intermediate Japanese I, 4 Cr.
JPN 2026, Intermediate Japanese II, 4 Cr.

LAST 2505, Introduction to Latin America (Diversity), 3 Cr.
LC 1016, Elementary Foreign Language I (Topical), 4 Cr.
LC 1026, Elementary Foreign Language II (Topical), 4 Cr.
LC 2016, Intermediate Foreign Languages I (Topical), 4 Cr.
LC 2026, Intermediate Foreign Languages II (Topical), 4 Cr.
LIB 290, Social Media in a Global Context (Diversity), 3 Cr.

MGMT 260, Principles of Global Business, 3 Cr.
MKTG 100, Contemporary Business Concepts, 3 Cr.
MUSM 1256, Music in World Culture (Diversity), 3 Cr.
MUSP 1596, World Drumming Group, 1 Cr.

PHIL 1116, Multicultural Philosophy (Diversity), 3 Cr.
PHIL 2116, Philosophy and Feminism (Diversity), 3 Cr.
PHIL 3279, Global Justice, 3 Cr.
PHIL 4849, Global Business Ethics, 3 Cr.
POL 101, Political Ideas and Institutions, 3 Cr.
POL 251, Introduction to World Politics, 3 Cr.
POL 333, Latin American Government and Politics, 3 Cr.
POL 334, Middle East Government and Politics, 3 Cr.
POL 335, African Government and Politics (Diversity), 3 Cr.
POL 337, Emerging Political Issues in the Nonwestern World (Diversity), 3 Cr.
POL 434, Politics of the Arab Peninsula (Diversity), 3 Cr.
POL 436, Southeast Asian Governments and Politics (Diversity), 3 Cr.

REL 1006, World Religions (Diversity), 3 Cr.
REL 225, Asian Religions (Diversity), 3 Cr.
RUSS 1016, Elementary Russian I, 4 Cr.
RUSS 1026, Elementary Russian II, 4 Cr.
RUSS 1106, Introduction to Russian Culture, 3 Cr.
RUSS 2016, Intermediate Russian I, 4 Cr.
RUSS 2026, Intermediate Russian II, 4 Cr.

SOC 2735, Sociology of Gender (Diversity), 3 Cr.
SOC 2765, Families and Globalization (Diversity), 3 Cr.
SPAN 100, Spanish for Health Care Professionals, 3 Cr.
SPAN 1016, Elementary Spanish I, 4 Cr.
SPAN 1026, Elementary Spanish II, 4 Cr.
SPAN 1036, Accelerated Spanish for High Beginners, 4 Cr.
SPAN 1106, Introduction to Spanish Speaking Cultures, 3 Cr.
SPAN 2016, Intermediate Spanish I, 4 Cr.
SPAN 2026, Intermediate Spanish II, 4 Cr.


Goal 9: Ethical and Civic Responsibility

Goal 9: Ethical and Civic Responsibility  (1 course)

BLAW 235, The Legal, Ethical, and Global Environment of Business, 3 Cr.

CMTY 195, Community and Democratic Citizenship, 3 Cr.

ECE 101, Introduction to the Engineering Profession (Same as GENG 101), 3 Cr.

ECON 195, Economics and Democratic Citizenship, 3 Cr.

GENG 101, Ethics and the Engineering Profession (Same as ECE 101), 3 Cr.

GLST 1958, Global Society and Citizenship, 3 Cr.

HIST 1955, Democratic Citizenship, 3 Cr.

HURL 201, Non-Oppressive Relationships I (Diversity), 3 Cr.

LC 445, Service Learning Experience, 2-4 Cr.

PHIL 2126, Moral Problems and Theories, 3 Cr.

PHIL 21310, Environmental Ethics, 3 Cr.

PHIL 3278, Global Justice, 3 Cr.

PHIL 328, Bioethics (Diversity), 3 Cr.

PHIL 4848, Global Business Ethics, 3 Cr.

POL 1115, American National Government, 3 Cr.

POL 320, Women in Politics (Diversity), 3 Cr.

REL 201, Religious Pluralism, 3 Cr.

SOC 1115, Social Problems (Diversity), 3 Cr.

SW 195, Social Welfare and Democratic Citizenship, 3 Cr.

 

Goal 10: People and the Environment

Goal 10: People and the Environment  (Minimum 1 course)

AHS 1063, Natural Hazards and Human Society, 3 Cr.

ANTH 252, Human Ecology, 3 Cr.

BIOL 101*3, Environment and Society, 3 Cr.
BIOL 102*3, The Living World, 3 Cr.

BIOL 152*3, Organismal Diversity, 4 Cr.
CHEM 1053, Chemistry and the Environment, 3 Cr.

ENVE 2013, Introduction to Environmental Engineering, 3 Cr.

ETS 1858, Energy Resources and Issues, 3 Cr.

ETS 260, Introduction to Environmental Studies, 3 Cr.

ETS 363, Resource Management, 3 Cr.
ETS 3755, Society and the Environment, 3 Cr.

GEOG 106, People and the Planet, 3 Cr.
GEOG 372, Conservation of World Resources, 3  Cr.

HLTH 482, Environmental Health, 3 Cr.

HURL 3038, Global Social and Environmental Justice, 3 Cr.
PHIL 2139, Environmental Ethics, 3 Cr.

PHYS 2083, Energy and Environment, 3 Cr.
POL 453, Global Environmental Politics and Policies, 3 Cr.
PSY 2285, Conservation Psychology, 3 Cr.
SOC 2005, Environmental Sociology (Diversity), 3 Cr.

Transfer Students

SCSU also accepts the completed Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) as fulfilling the SCSU Liberal Education Program, including Racial Issues.

Students with a partially completed MnTC are not required to repeat any goals they have already fulfilled at another Minnesota State College or University, and will be allowed to select from the course list above to complete the ten MnTC goals. Students are still responsible for Racial Issues.





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