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  1. For each course listed below (as applicable), identify HOW each of the General Education Student Learning Outcomes (GEN ED) are being addressed using the following identifiers
    I = Introduced; The first time students are exposed to the concept
    E = Emphasized; Expansion on a previously introduced idea
    R = Reinforced; Continued refinements of a previously emphasized idea
  2. For every GEN ED addressed in each course, indicate the PEDAGOGICAL METHOD used to assess that GEN ED using the following identifiers:
    C = Classroom Experience P = Project
    H = Homework Q = Quiz
    L = Laboratory T = Test
    O = Oral Presentation W = Written Paper
  3. For each GEN ED, more specific learning objectives exist that further delineate the five comprehensive learning objectives.

COMMUNICATION
CourseGEN ED #1GEN ED #2GEN ED #3GEN ED #4GEN ED #5
ENC1101:
HONORS FRESHMAN ENGLISH I
R
W, C, H, Q, O (Honors only)
I
W, C
 E
W, C, H, Q
I
W, C
ENC1101:
FRESHMAN ENGLISH I
R
W, C, H, Q, O (Honors only)
I
W, C
 E
W, C, H, Q
I
W, C
ENC1102:
FRESHMAN ENGLISH II
R
W, C, H, Q
R
W, C, H, Q
 R
W, C, H, Q
E
W, C, H, Q
ENC1102:
HONORS FRESHMAN ENGLISH II
R
W, C, H, Q
R
W, C, H, Q
 R
W, C, H, Q
E
W, C, H, Q

HUMANITIES
CourseGEN ED #1GEN ED #2GEN ED #3GEN ED #4GEN ED #5
ARH2000:
ART HISTORY AND APPRECIATION I
E
H, O, Q, W
E
H, O, Q, W
 E
W, O
 
ARH2051:
ART HISTORY AND APPRECIATION II
E
H, O, Q, W
E
H, O, Q, W
 E
W, O
 
ENL2012:
HONORS BRITISH LITERATURE I
E
W, C, T, O
E
W, C, Q
 E
W, C, Q, O
E
W, C, Q, P (service-lrng)
ENL2012:
BRITISH LITERATURE I
E
W, C, T, O
E
W, C, Q
 E
W, C, Q, O
E
W, C, Q, P (service-lrng)
ENL2022:
BRITISH LITERATURE II
E
W, C, T, O
E
W, C, Q
 E
W, C, Q, O
 
ENL2022:
HONORS BRITISH LITERATURE II
E
W, C, T, O
E
W, C, Q
 E
W, C, Q, O
 
HUM2210:
HONORS HUMANITIES SURVEY I
E
W, O, C, H, Q
R
W, C, H, Q, O
 R
W, O, C, H, Q
R
W, O, C, H, Q, P (Honors; service-lrng)
HUM2210:
HUMANITIES SURVEY I
E
W, O, C, H, Q
R
W, C, H, Q, O
 R
W, O, C, H, Q
R
W, O, C, H, Q, P (Honors; service-lrng)
HUM2230:
HONORS HUMANITIES SURVEY II
E
W, O, C, H, Q
R
W, O, C, H, Q
 R
W, O, C, H, Q
R
W, O, C, H, Q, P (Honors; service-lrng)
HUM2230:
HUMANITIES SURVEY II
E
W, O, C, H, Q
R
W, O, C, H, Q
 R
W, O, C, H, Q
R
W, O, C, H, Q, P (Honors; service-lrng)
IDH1921:
HONORS SYMPOSIUM I - VI
R
W, O, C, H
R
W, O, C, H
 R
W, O, C, H
R
W, O, C, H
IDH2001-06:
HONORS SEMINAR I - VI
E
W, O, C, H, T
E
W, O, C, H, T
R
W, O, C, H, T
R
W, O, C, H, T
E
W, O, C, H, T, P (service-lrng)
LIT2110:
HONORS WORLD LITERATURE I
E
W, O, C, H, Q
E
W, O, C, H, Q
  R
W, O, C, P (service-lrng)
LIT2110:
WORLD LITERATURE I
E
W, O, C, H, Q
E
W, O, C, H, Q
  R
W, O, C, P (service-lrng)
LIT2120:
WORLD LITERATURE II
E
W, O, C, H, Q
E
W, O, C, H, Q
  R
W, O, C, P (service-lrng)
LIT2120:
HONORS WORLD LITERATURE II
E
W, O, C, H, Q
E
W, O, C, H, Q
  R
W, O, C, P (service-lrng)
MUL2110:
MUSIC HISTORY AND APPRECIATION
EE ER
PHI2010:
INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
E
O (Honors)
C, T, W (All)
E
O (Honors)
C, Q, T, W (All)
R
C, T (All)
R
O (Honors)
C, Q, T, W (All)
E
O, P (service-lrng, Honors)
C, Q, T, W (All)
PHI2010:
HONORS INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
E
O (Honors)
C, T, W (All)
E
O (Honors)
C, Q, T, W (All)
R
C, T (All)
R
O (Honors)
C, Q, T, W (All)
E
O, P (service-lrng, Honors)
C, Q, T, W (All)
REL2300:
COMPARATIVE RELIGION
EE  R
THE2010:
THEATRE HISTORY AND APPRECIATION
EE  I

SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES
CourseGEN ED #1GEN ED #2GEN ED #3GEN ED #4GEN ED #5
CPO2001:
HONORS COMPARATIVE POLITICS
E
W, O, T
E
W, O, T
I
T
E
O, T, P, C
E
C, W, O, T
CPO2001:
COMPARATIVE POLITICS
E
W, O, T
E
W, O, T
I
T
E
O, T, P, C
E
C, W, O, T
EUH1000:
WESTERN CIVILIZATION I
E
C, O, T, W
I
C, O, T, W
 I
O, W
I
T
EUH1001:
WESTERN CIVILIZATION II
E
C, O, T, W
I
C, O, T, W
 I
O, W
I
T
POS1041:
HONORS AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT
E
W, O, T, Q (Honors Only)
I
W, T
 I
O, W (Honors Only)
I
W, T, Q
POS1041:
AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT
E
W, O, T, Q (Honors Only)
I
W, T
 I
O, W (Honors Only)
I
W, T, Q
PSY2012:
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
E
T, P, O
I
C, O, T, W
I
T
I
T, W
I
C, T
SYG2000:
GENERAL SOCIOLOGY
E
W, T
I
W, T
I
T
E
T, W
E
T, W

SCIENCE
Laboratory Sciences (5 credits each)
CourseGEN ED #1GEN ED #2GEN ED #3GEN ED #4GEN ED #5
CHM2210C:
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I
E
L
E
C, L, T
E
H, L
E
H, L
 
CHM2210C:
HONORS ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I
E
L
E
C, L, T
E
H, L
E
H, L
 
CHM2211C:
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II
R
L
R
C, L, T
R
H, L
R
H, L
 
CHM2211C:
HONORS ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II
R
L
R
C, L, T
R
H, L
R
H, L
 
PHY2048C:
HONORS GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS I
E
P
I
L, T
R
Q, T
I
L
 
PHY2048C:
GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS I
E
P
I
L, T
R
Q, T
I
L
 
PHY2049C:
GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS II
R
P
E
L, T
R
Q, T
E
L
 
PHY2049C:
HONORS GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS II
R
P
E
L, T
R
Q, T
E
L
 
PHY2053C:
GENERAL PHYSICS I
E
P
I
L, T
I
Q, T
I
L
 
PHY2054C:
GENERAL PHYSICS II
R
P
E
L, T
E
Q, T
E
L
 

SCIENCE
Laboratory Sciences (4 credits each)
CourseGEN ED #1GEN ED #2GEN ED #3GEN ED #4GEN ED #5
BSC1009C:
INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY
 I
C
 E
C
I
C
BSC1010C:
GENERAL BIOLOGY I
E
C, L
R
C, L, T
E
C, L, T
I
C
I
C
BSC1011C:
GENERAL BIOLOGY II
I
L
R
C
R
C
E
C
I
C
BSC1085C:
HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I
I
C, L, T
I
C
I
C
  
BSC1086C:
HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II
E
C, L, T
E
C
E
C
  
CHM1025C:
INTRODUCTION TO GENERAL CHEMISTRY
I
C, L, T
E
C, L
E
C, T
I
L
I
C
CHM2045C:
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
E
C, L
E
C, L, T
E
H, T
E
L
I
L
CHM2046C:
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II
R
C, L
R
C, L, T
R
H, T
R
L
E
L
MCB2010C:
MICROBIOLOGY
R
C, L, T
R
C, L, T
E
C, T
R
C
R
C, L, T
PHY1001C:
INTRODUCTION TO GENERAL PHYSICS
I
C
I
Q
I
Q, T
  

SCIENCE
Non-Laboratory (3 credits each)
CourseGEN ED #1GEN ED #2GEN ED #3GEN ED #4GEN ED #5
AST1002:
DESCRIPTIVE ASTRONOMY
 I
P
 I
P
 
BSC1005:
INTRODUCING BIOLOGY
 I
C
 E
C
I
C
GLY1000:
AN INTRODUCTION TO GEOLOGY: EARTH REAVLED
 I
H, Q, T
I
H, P
  
HSC2100:
PERSONAL HEALTH
I
O, Q, W
  I
O, W
 
HSC2200:
COMMUNITY HEALTH
E
O, Q, W
   I
O, W
MET1001:
WEATHER AND CLIMATE
I
H
I
H, Q, T
I
H, Q, T
I
H, P
 
OCB1000:
INTRODUCTION TO MARINE BIOLOGY
I
L
 E
H
 E
L
PSC1121:
PHYSICAL SCIENCE
I
C
I
Q
I
Q, T
 I
Q

MATHEMATICS
(4 credit hours)
CourseGEN ED #1GEN ED #2GEN ED #3GEN ED #4GEN ED #5
MAC2311:
HONORS CALCULUS I WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY
 I
C, T, H
I
C, T, H
  
MAC2311:
CALCULUS I WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY
 I
C, T, H
I
C, T, H
  
MAC2312:
CALCULUS II
  I, E, R
C, T
  
MAC2313:
CALCULUS III
  I, E, R
C, H, T
  

MATHEMATICS
(3 credit hours)
CourseGEN ED #1GEN ED #2GEN ED #3GEN ED #4GEN ED #5
MAC1105:
COLLEGE ALGEBRA
  I, R
C, H, T
  
MAC1114:
PLANE TRIGONOMETRY
  E
H, T
  
MAC1140:
PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA
  E
T
  
MAC2233:
CALCULUS FOR BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
 I
C, T, H
I
C, T, H
  
MAP2302:
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
  E
T
  
MGF1106:
LIBERAL ARTS MATHEMATICS I
  R
T, C, Q, H
I
T, Q, H
I
C, P
MGF1107:
LIBERAL ARTS MATHEMATICS II
  I
C, P, T
I
C, P
I
C, P
MTG1204:
GEOMETRY FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS
  E
H
  
STA2023:
ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
  E
H, T
R
Q, T, P
 

GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES
CourseGEN ED #1GEN ED #2GEN ED #3GEN ED #4GEN ED #5
CGS1100C:
INTRODUCTION TO MICROCOMPUTERS USING WINDOWS
     
ECO2013:
MACROECONOMICS
 I
H, T
I
H, T
I
W, H
 
ECO2023:
MICROECONOMICS
 I
H, T
I
H, T
I
W, H
 
GEA2000:
WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY
I
O, T
I
H, T, O
I
H, T
I
H, T, O
E
H, W, O, T