A State Core consists of 15 credit hours of courses from the following disciplines: Communications, Humanities, Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Social Sciences which address the Institutional Learning Outcomes. All degree recipients of CF must successfully complete the state core with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better.
Studies that improve student abilities to exchange information through written or spoken communication.
ENC 1101Freshman Composition Skills I**3
Interdisciplinary study of the world’s cultural expressions.
HUM 1020HHonors Introduction to the Humanities3
Interdisciplinary study of society and the relationships among people within a society and between societies.
AMH 2020United States History Since 18773 ECO 2013Principles of Economics - Macro3 ECO 2013HPrinciples of Economics - Macro Honors3
The systematic study of the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment.
BSC 2010Integrated Principles of Biology I3 EVR 1001Introduction to Environmental Science3 EVR 1001HIntroduction to Environmental Science Honors3 PHY 1020Elementary Physics for the Nonscience Majors3 PHY 2048CGeneral Physics with Calculus I with Lab5
Studies that teach students to represent, interpret and analyze quantitative information symbolically, numerically, verbally and graphically.
MAC 2311Calculus I with Analytic Geometry**5
Note: Any student who successfully completes a mathematics course for which one of the general education core course options in mathematics is an immediate prerequisite shall be considered to have completed the mathematics core.
An Institutional Core of 21 credit hours of courses from the following disciplines: Communications, Humanities, Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Social Sciences which address the Institutional Learning Outcomes. All Associate in Arts degree recipients must complete the Institutional Core with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better. Gordon Rule coursework requires a passing grade of C or better. Gordon Rule courses are noted with ** throughout the catalog.