Catalog 2013-2014
Degree Programs

General Education Requirements

Please note that other courses may qualify for General Education credit. Please refer to the course schedule each semester for a complete listing of General Education courses.

English Composition     9 Credits
Required *ENC 1101
(GW) Introduction to Rhetoric and Writing 
Required *ENC 1143  (GW) Introduction to Rhetoric and Narrative 3
Choose 1: ENC 1102 (GW) Informed Writer     3    
  ENC 2210 (GW) Technical Writing 3
  ENC 2441 (GW) Writing Topics: Fine Arts 3
  ENC 2442 (GW) Writing Topics: Humanities 3
  ENC 2443 (GW) Writing Topics: Literature 3
  ENC 2450 (GW) Writing Topics: Natural Science 3
  ENC 2451 (GW) Writing Topics: Health 3
  ENC 2460 (GW) Writing Topics: Business 3
  ENC 2461 (GW) Writing Topics: Social Science 3
  ENC 2462 (GW) Writing Topics: Education 3
  ENC 2463 (GW) Writing Topics: Engineering 3
  ENC 2930 (GW)  Special Topics in Composition 3
  ENC 3250 (GW) Professional Communication 3
  *LIT 2932 (GW) Special Topics in Literature 3
  *CRW 2000 (GW) Introduction to Creative Writing 3
  *CRW 2100 (GW) Introduction to Fiction Writing 3
  *CRW 2201 (GW) Introduction to Creative Non-Fiction Writing 3
  *CRW 2300 (GW) Introduction to Poetry Writing 3
  *CRW 2400 (GW) Introduction to Playwriting 3
  *CRW 2600 (GW) Introduction to Screen Writing 3
  **CRW 2930 (GW) Special Topics in Creative Writing 3
Native or Transfer Students with 0-59 (Freshman/Sophomore) Credits ***

 (GW) courses require evaluated college-level writing and must be completed with a grade of "C" or higher.
* ENC 1101 and ENC 1143 are prerequisites for all other writing courses.  ENC 1101 and ENC 1143 may be taken in any order or at the same time.

Mathematics:     6 Credits
Choose 2: MGF 1106 G(M) Finite Math 3
  MGF 1107 G(M) Explorations in Mathematics 3
  MGF 1113 G(M) Mathematics for Teachers I 3
  MAC 1105 G(M) College Algebra 3
  MAC 1101 G(M) Intensive College Algebra 4
  MAC 1147 G(M) Precalculus 4
  STA 2014 G(M) Elem. Stat. for Health & Soc. Sci. 3
  *MAC 2233 G(M) Calculus for Business 4
  *STA 2023 G(M) Elemen. Statistics for Business 3
  **MAC 2311 G(M)Calculus I 4
  MAC 2312 G(M)Calculus II 4
Pending Math Placement. Some majors require specific courses. Consult your Advisor.

 At least one course must have a mathematical prefix: MAC or MGF. G(M) courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or higher.* Prerequisite MAC 1105 or MAC 1147
**Prerequisite MAC 1147

Humanities:     9 Credits
a) Choose 1: WOH 1012 G(W)World History I 3
  WOH 1022 G(W)World History II 3
b) Choose 1: PHI 2010 G(W)Introduction to Philosophy 3
  PHI 2100 G(W)Reasoning and Critical Thinking 3
  PHI 2630 G(W) Contemporary Ethical Issues 3
c) Choose 1: ARH 2000 Art Appreciation 3
  MUH 2012 Enjoyment of Music 3

MUH 2017 History and Appreciation of Rock 3
  MUH 2018     The Evolution of Jazz 3
  ARH 2050 Art History Survey I 3

ARH 2051 Art History Survey II 3
  LIT 2000 G(W) Introduction to Literature 3
  MUT 1111 Theory 1 (Music dept. permission required.) 3
  FIL 2000 Introduction to Film Studies 3
  THE 2000    Theater Appreciation 3
G(3) Courses in Part A and B will have evaluated college-level writing and must be completed with a grade of "C" or higher.

Additional ARH/HUM/MUH courses may be taken to fulfill the non-applied fine art requirement.

Social Sciences:
    6 Credits
Part A: Introductory Social Science. Choose 1: AMH 2020 U.S. History Since 1877 3
  CCJ 2002 Crime in America 3
  ECO 2013 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
  HSC 2100 Personal and Community Health 3
  POS 2041 Introduction to American Government 3
  PSY 2012 Introduction to Psychology 3
  SYG 2000 Introduction to Sociology 3
Part B: CD - Cultural Diversity. Subject different from Part A. Choose 1: *ANT 2000 CD-Introduction to Anthropology 3
  *GEO 2420 CD-Cultural Geography 3
  ANT 2423 CD-Kinship and Family 3
  ASN 2003 CD-Introduction to Asia 3
  MMC 2701 CD-Communicating Across Cultures 3
  PUP 2312 CD-Race/Gender/Politics 3
  REL 2300 CD-Comparative Religion 3
  SYG 2013 CD-Sex, Race and Social Class 3
Social Sciences Courses

 A complete list of CD courses are listed with the online schedule each semester.*Can satisfy either Part A or Part B but NOT BOTH.

Natural Sciences:     6 Credits
  AST 2002 Astronomy 3
  AST 2002L Astronomy Lab 1
  BSC 1005C
Principles of Biology (Non-Science majors) 4
  BSC 1010C General Biology (Science majors) 4
  BSC 1930 Current Application in Biology 2

CHM 1025 Introduction to Chemistry 2
  CHM 1025L Introduction to Chemistry Lab 1
  CHM 2045 General Chemistry I 3
  CHM 2045L General Chemistry I Lab 1
  ESC 2000C Earth Science 3
  *HUN 1001 Introduction to Nutrition Science 2
  HUN 2201 Basic Principles of Nutrition 3
  PHY 1020 Introduction to Physics 2
  PHY 1020L Introduction to Physics Lab 1
  PHY 2053 Algebra Physics I 3
  PHY 2053L Algebra Physics I Lab 1
  PHY 2048 Calculus Physics I 4
  PHY 2048L Calculus Physics I Lab 1
Select (2) Sciences for a total of 6 credit hours. At least one must be a lab science (courses including a lab are designated with a “C” in the course number).

 Some majors require specific courses. Consult your advisor.
* Prerequisite BSC 1005C or BSC 1010C

Total: 36 Credits

 *** This program meets the requirements for the UNF Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree. The award of the A.A. requires 60 credit hours, 30 hours of which must be in residence at UNF.

Transfer Students with 60+ (Junior/Senior) Credits **

Refer to College-Level Communication & Computation Skills for a list of courses that will satisfy the Gordon Rule composition and mathematics requirements.

Composition: 9 Credits English Composition I plus any combination of two English composition, creative writing,  or literature courses which must contain college-level written work. Grades of "C" or higher are required.

Mathematics: 6 CreditsTwo courses at the college algebra level or higher. Only one course may be selected from Elementary Statistics or Symbolic Logic. Grades of "C" or higher are required.

Social Sciences: 6 Creditsa) Any semester-length course selected from the following: anthropology, economics, geography, history, political science, psychology, or sociology.
b) A social science course from a different disciplinary area from that selected above and which has significant emphasis on cultural diversity in anthropology, economics, geography, history, political science, psychology or sociology.

Humanities: 9 CreditsTwo courses chosen from history, philosophy or other humanities disciplines.
Grades of "C" or higher are required. Additional courses may come from art history, history, literature, non-applied music history, philosophy, religion, theatre, and other courses with HUM prefixes. No more than one course may be used from each discipline.

Natural Sciences: 6 CreditsSix credit hours of laboratory science in astronomy, biology, chemistry, geology or physics. This requirement may be fulfilled with two 3-hour lab-sciences or a 4-hour lab-science and a 2- or 3-hour lecture course.

Total: 36 Credits

**Approved upper division courses may be used to satisfy these requirements.

Florida and Community College Associate in Arts (A.A.) Degree Graduates

An Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree from a Florida public university or community college satisfies the general education requirements at UNF.

Total: 36 Credits