List of Exceptions

Unless otherwise indicated, these classes must have been taken by the end of the 2004 spring semester to substitute as general education requirements.

Communication

  • JOUR3400 - Intro to Broadcast Journalism
  • SPAN3010 - Advanced Spanish Grammar & Composition
  • AND SPAN3020 - Spanish Conversation
  • **Both SPAN3010 AND SPAN3020 must be taken to satisfy the requirement**
  • SPE 221 - Business and Professional Speaking (Roane State Community College)
  • For SPCH2410 -
    • BMGT3720 - Business Communications I
    • ENGL3250 - Professional Communications I
    • PC 3250 - Professional Communications I
    • SPCH3610 - Foundations of Speech - Halina Ablamowicz, faculty
    • SP 110 - Fundamentals of Public Speaking (RODP)

History

  • HIST1310 - History of Science
  • HIST2030 - Tennessee History
  • HIST2900 - Environmental History

Humanities and/or Fine Arts

  • All Foreign Languages 1010 and 1020 OR 2010 and 2020 will be accepted if taken through Spring 2004
  • ART 2110 - Art History I
  • ART 2120 - Art History II
  • ENG 150 - Intro to Theater/Film
  • ENGL2210 - British Literature I
  • ENGL2220 - British Literature II
  • ENGL4810 - Introduction to Folklore - Graham Kash, faculty
  • ENGL4820 - Survey - Upper Cumberland Folklore - Graham Kash, faculty
  • ENG 352 - American Literature - Albert Wilhelm, faculty
  • GERM3520 - Germany - Country and People
  • HIST3100 - Tennessee Topics - Michael E. Birdwell, faculty
  • MUS 1034 - American Popular Music
  • PHIL2250 - Intro to Ethics
  • PHIL3310 - History of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy - Clark Carlton, faculty
  • SPAN355 - Latin American Countries and Peoples (RODP course)

Math

  • MATH1410 - Survey of Elementary Math I - through Fall 2004
  • MATH1420 - Survey of Elementary Math II - through Fall 2004
  • MATH 1410 only begins Spring 2004 (for MDS, SPED and other selected education majors)
  • MATH1710 - Pre-Calculus I
  • MATH1720 - Pre-Calculus II
  • MATH1730 - Pre-Caclulus Math

Natural Sciences

Social/Behavioral Sciences

  • PSY 3200 - Developmental Psychology - Jadwiga Dolzycki, faculty
  • PSY 3300 - Introduction to Social Psychology
  • PSY 2050 - Psychology of Adjustment - Diane Sadler, faculty
  • PSY 4100 - Child Psychology - Sheila Pemberton, faculty; Diane Sadler, faculty; Katherine Niebuhr, faculty
  • SOC 2610 - Juvenile Delinquency - Jerry Neapolitan, faculty
  • SOC 4210 - Race & Ethnicity
  • GEOG 111 - Physical Geography
  • GEOG 1130 - Geography of Natural Hazards (Students taking this course Summer 2006 or Fall 2006 may count the course toward General Education Social/Behavioral Sciences requirement.)
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