University Core
Curriculum
47 hours

Students should check with their school or college to insure that courses selected for the University Core will also satisfy any overlapping school, college, department or degree requirements.

English Composition and Rhetoric (6 hours)  
ENGL 1310 College Writing I
ENGL 1311* Honors Composition I
ENGL 1312** Grammar and Composition for International Students
ENGL 1313 Computer Assisted College Writing I
ENGL 1315* Computer Assisted Writing About Literature I
ENGL 1320 College Writing II
ENGL 1321* Honors Composition II
ENGL 1322** Composition and Rhetoric for International Students
ENGL 1323 Computer Assisted College Writing II
ENGL 1325 Computer Assisted Writing About Literature II
ENGL 2700 Technical Writing
ENGL 2702** Technical Writing for International Students
  Note: A grade of "C" or better is required on courses applied toward this requirement. Upon successful completion of the Student Use of English (SUE) Examination, courses with a grade of "D" may apply. See your adviser for assistance.
Mathematics (3 hours)  
  At least 3 hours at the level of College Algebra or higher. Consult your degree plan or adviser.
Natural Sciences (8 hours)  
  At least 8 semester hours in two laboratory sciences. Consult your degree plan or adviser.
Visual and Performing Arts (3 hours)  
ART 1300 Art Appreciation
ART 2360 Art History Survey II
DANC 1200 Appreciation of Dance as a Contemporary Art Form
DANC 2800 Survey of Dance
MUMH 1600 Music in Human Imagination
MUMH 2040 Music Appreciation
MUMH 3000 Nineteenth-Century Music
MUMH 3010 Twentieth-Century Music
RTVF 3450 Art of the Film
RTVF 3460 History of Film
THEA 1340 Aesthetics of the Theatre Throughout the World
THEA 1375 The Actor and the Text
THEA 2340 Theatre Appreciation
Humanities (3 hours)  
ENGL 2210 World Literature
ENGL 2211* Honors World Literature
ENGL 2220 World Literature
ENGL 2221* Honors World Literature
ENGL 2352** Representative Readings in Literature for International Students
ENGL 2362** Representative Readings in Literature for International Students
PHIL 1050 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 1400 Introduction to Contemporary Moral Issues
PHIL 2050 Introduction to Logic
PHIL 2310 Introduction to Ancient Philosophy
PHIL 2330 Introduction to Modern Philosophy
PHIL 2500 Introduction to Contemporary Environmental Issues
History (6 hours)  
HIST 2610 United States History to 1865
HIST 2620 United States History Since 1865
HIST 2675* Honors United States History to 1865
HIST 2685* Honors United States History Since 1865
HIST 4700 History of Texas and/or any advanced U.S.-topic history course(s) may substitute for either/both courses listed above.
Political Science (6 hours)  
PSCI 1040 American Government
PSCI 1041* Honors American Government
PSCI 1050 American Government
PSCI 1051* Honors American Government
PSCI 1085* The American Political and Economic Experience
  Any advanced U.S. topic political science course may substitute for PSCI 1050.
Social and Behavioral Sciences (3 hours)  
ANTH 1010 General Anthropology
ANTH 2250 Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology
EDCD 1220 Human Development
ECON 1110 Principles of Macroeconomics
GEOG 1170 Introduction to Human Geography
GNET 1030 Technological Systems
PSCI 2310 Democracy and Its Critics
PSCI 3310 Political Theory: Socrates to the Eighteenth Century
PSCI 3320 Political Theory: Eighteenth Century to the Present
PSYC 1630 General Psychology I
PSYC 1650 General Psychology II
SOCI 1510 Individuals in Society
SOCI 1520 Contemporary Social Problems
Wellness (3 hours)  
DANC 1100 Stress Reduction Through Movement
PHED 1000 Scientific Principles and Practices of Health-Related Fitness
PSYC 2580 Health Psychology
SMHM 1450 Principles of Nutrition
Cross Cultural, Diversity and Global Studies (3 hours)  
AGER 4560 Minority Aging
AGER 4800 The Social Context of Aging: Global Perspectives
ANTH 2045 Women in Culture [title will change to Gender Across Cultures: A Multicultural Examination of Gender Roles, Fall 2000]
ANTH 2100 World Cultures Through Film
ANTH 2150 World Cultures
ANTH 2350 Cultural Diversity in U.S. (American) Culture
ANTH 4050 Contemporary Ethnic Groups
ART 2350 Art History Survey I
ATTD 4490 Serving Learners from Special Populations in Applied Technology Programs
BUSI 1340 The Free Enterprise System in a Global Environment
CJUS 2600 Diversity Issues in Criminal Justice
COMM 4260 Performance and Culture
EDCD 2010 Parent, Family and Caregiver Skills [course title will change to Parenting in Diverse Families, Fall 2000]
EDUC 2000 Exploring Diversity Through Social Action
ENGL 3450 Short Story
ENGL 4300 Modern Drama
GEOG 1200 World Regional Geography
GEOG 3100 Geography of the United States and Canada
GEOG 3750 Geography of Contemporary Sub-Saharan Africa
HIST 1050 World Civilization to the Sixteenth Century
HIST 1060 World Civilization from the Sixteenth Century
HIST 1075* Honors World Civilization to the Sixteenth Century
HIST 1085* Honors World Civilization from the Sixteenth Century
HLTH 1100 School and Community Health Problems and Services
HLTH 2200 Family Life and Human Sexuality
JOUR 1210 Survey of Mass Communication [course title will change to Mass Communication and Society, Fall 2000]
JOUR 4250 Race and the Media: a Methods Approach
KINE 2000 History and Philosophy of Sport and Physical Activity in the United States
KINE 2050 Sociology of Sport
MKTG 2650 Global Marketing Concepts
MUET 3020 Popular Music in American Culture
PADM 2100 Diversity in Urban Governance
PHIL 2070 Introduction to Great Religions
PHIL 2400 Religion and American Society
PSCI 3810 International Relations
PSCI 4620 Political Change
RECR 2550 Leisure and Society
RTVF 2700 World Cinema Survey
SMHM 2750 Global Perspectives for Merchandising and Hospitality Industries
SMHM 4750 Managing a Diverse Workforce in the Merchandising and Hospitality Industry
SOCI 2010 Race, Class, Gender and Ethnicity
SOCI 4160 Developing Societies
SOWK 4540 Race and Ethnic Minorities [course title will change to Human Diversity for the Helping Professions, Fall 2000]
THEA 2260 Non-Western Theatre and Drama
THEA 4250 World Theatre to 1700 [course number will change to THEA 2250, Fall 2000]
THEA 4300 World Theatre After 1700 [course number will change to THEA 2300, Fall 2000]
WMST 2100 Women and Society: An Introduction to Women╠s Studies
Communication (3 hours)  
COMM 1010 Introduction to Communication
COMM 1440* Honors Classical Argument
COMM 2020 Interpersonal Communication
COMM 2040 Public Speaking
COMM 2060 Performance of Literature
FREN 1010 Elementary French
FREN 1020 Elementary French
FREN 2040 Intermediate French
FREN 2050 Intermediate French
GERM 1010 Elementary German
GERM 1020 Elementary German
GERM 2040 Intermediate German
GERM 2050 Intermediate German
JOUR 2310 Newspaper Reporting and Writing
LANG 1010*** Elementary Language
LANG 1020*** Elementary Language
MKTG 3010 Professional Selling
SMHM 3450 Presentation Techniques
SPAN 1010 Elementary Spanish
SPAN 1020 Elementary Spanish
SPAN 2040 Intermediate Spanish
SPAN 2050 Intermediate Spanish
University Core Curriculum, 1999-2000  
(47 semester hours)  
  Students should check with their school or college to insure that courses selected for the University Core will also satisfy any overlapping school, college, department or degree requirements.
English Composition and Rhetoric (6 hours)  
ENGL 1310 College Writing I
ENGL 1311* Honors Composition I
ENGL 1312** Grammar and Composition for International Students
ENGL 1313 Computer Assisted College Writing I
ENGL 1315* Computer Assisted Writing About Literature I
ENGL 1320 College Writing II
ENGL 1321* Honors Composition II
ENGL 1322** Composition and Rhetoric for International Students
ENGL 1323 Computer Assisted College Writing II
ENGL 1325 Computer Assisted Writing About Literature II
ENGL 2700 Technical Writing
ENGL 2702** Technical Writing for International Students
  Note: A grade of "C" or better is required on courses applied toward this requirement. Upon successful completion of the Student Use of English (SUE) Examination, courses with a grade of "D" may apply. See your adviser for assistance.
Mathematics (3 hours)  
  At least 3 hours at the level of College Algebra or higher. Consult your degree plan or adviser.
Natural Sciences (8 hours)  
  At least 8 semester hours in two laboratory sciences. Consult your degree plan or adviser.
Visual and Performing Arts (3 hours)  
ART 1300 Art Appreciation
ART 2360 Art History Survey II
DANC 1200 Appreciation of Dance as a Contemporary Art Form
DANC 2800 Survey of Dance
MUMH 1600 Music in Human Imagination
MUMH 2040 Music Appreciation
MUMH 3000 Nineteenth-Century Music
MUMH 3010 Twentieth-Century Music
RTVF 3450 Art of the Film
RTVF 3460 History of Film
THEA 1340 Aesthetics of the Theatre Throughout the World
THEA 1375 The Actor and the Text
THEA 2340 Theatre Appreciation
Humanities (3 hours)  
ENGL 2210 World Literature
ENGL 2211* Honors World Literature
ENGL 2220 World Literature
ENGL 2221* Honors World Literature
ENGL 2352** Representative Readings in Literature for International Students
ENGL 2362** Representative Readings in Literature for International Students
ENGL 4010 English Language in America
PHIL 1050 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 1400 Introduction to Contemporary Moral Issues
PHIL 2050 Introduction to Logic
PHIL 2310 Introduction to Ancient Philosophy
PHIL 2330 Introduction to Modern Philosophy
PHIL 2500 Introduction to Contemporary Environmental Issues
History (6 hours)  
HIST 2610 United States History to 1865
HIST 2620 United States History Since 1865
HIST 2675* Honors United States History to 1865
HIST 2685* Honors United States History Since 1865
HIST 4700 History of Texas and/or any advanced U.S.-topic history course(s) may substitute for either/both courses listed above.
Political Science (6 hours)  
PSCI 1040 American Government
PSCI 1041* Honors American Government
PSCI 1050 American Government
PSCI 1051* Honors American Government
PSCI 1085* The American Political and Economic Experience
  Any advanced U.S. topic political science course may substitute for PSCI 1050.
Social and Behavioral Sciences (3 hours)  
ANTH 1010 General Anthropology
ANTH 2250 Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology
EDCD 1220 Human Development
ECON 1110 Principles of Macroeconomics
GEOG 1170 Introduction to Human Geography
GNET 1030 Technological Systems
PSCI 2310 Democracy and Its Critics
PSCI 3310 Political Theory: Socrates to the Eighteenth Century
PSCI 3320 Political Theory: Eighteenth Century to the Present
PSYC 1630 General Psychology I
PSYC 1650 General Psychology II
SOCI 1510 Individuals in Society
SOCI 1520 Contemporary Social Problems
Wellness (3 hours)  
DANC 1100 Stress Reduction Through Movement
PHED 1000 Scientific Principles and Practices of Health-Related Fitness
PSYC 2580 Health Psychology
SMHM 1450 Principles of Nutrition
Cross Cultural, Diversity and Global Studies (3 hours)  
AGER 4560 Minority Aging
AGER 4800 The Social Context of Aging: Global Perspectives
ANTH 2045 Women in Culture [title will change to Gender Across Cultures: A Multicultural Examination of Gender Roles, Fall 2000]
ANTH 2100 World Cultures Through Film
ANTH 2150 World Cultures
ANTH 2350 Cultural Diversity in U.S. (American) Culture
ANTH 4050 Contemporary Ethnic Groups
ART 2350 Art History Survey I
ATTD 4490 Serving Learners from Special Populations in Applied Technology Programs
BUSI 1340 The Free Enterprise System in a Global Environment
CJUS 2600 Diversity Issues in Criminal Justice
COMM 4260 Performance and Culture
EDCD 2010 Parent, Family and Caregiver Skills [course title will change to Parenting in Diverse Families, Fall 2000]
EDUC 2000 Exploring Diversity Through Social Action
ENGL 3450 Short Story
ENGL 4300 Modern Drama
GEOG 1200 World Regional Geography
GEOG 3100 Geography of the United States and Canada
GEOG 3750 Geography of Contemporary Sub-Saharan Africa
HIST 1050 World Civilization to the Sixteenth Century
HIST 1060 World Civilization from the Sixteenth Century
HIST 1075* Honors World Civilization to the Sixteenth Century
HIST 1085* Honors World Civilization from the Sixteenth Century
HLTH 1100 School and Community Health Problems and Services
HLTH 2200 Family Life and Human Sexuality
JOUR 1210 Survey of Mass Communication [course title will change to Mass Communication and Society, Fall 2000]
JOUR 4250 Race and the Media: a Methods Approach
KINE 2000 History and Philosophy of Sport and Physical Activity in the United States
KINE 2050 Sociology of Sport
MKTG 2650 Global Marketing Concepts
MUET 3020 Popular Music in American Culture
PADM 2100 Diversity in Urban Governance
PHIL 2070 Introduction to Great Religions
PHIL 2400 Religion and American Society
PSCI 3810 International Relations
PSCI 4620 Political Change
RECR 2550 Leisure and Society
RTVF 2700 World Cinema Survey
SMHM 2750 Global Perspectives for Merchandising and Hospitality Industries
SMHM 4750 Managing a Diverse Workforce in the Merchandising and Hospitality Industry
SOCI 2010 Race, Class, Gender and Ethnicity
SOCI 4160 Developing Societies
SOWK 4540 Race and Ethnic Minorities [course title will change to Human Diversity for the Helping Professions, Fall 2000]
THEA 2260 Non-Western Theatre and Drama
THEA 4250 World Theatre to 1700 [course number will change to THEA 2250, Fall 2000]
THEA 4300 World Theatre After 1700 [course number will change to THEA 2300, Fall 2000]
WMST 2100 Women and Society: An Introduction to Women╠s Studies
Communication (3 hours)  
COMM 1010 Introduction to Communication
COMM 1440* Honors Classical Argument
COMM 2020 Interpersonal Communication
COMM 2040 Public Speaking
COMM 2060 Performance of Literature
FREN 1010 Elementary French
FREN 1020 Elementary French
FREN 2040 Intermediate French
FREN 2050 Intermediate French
GERM 1010 Elementary German
GERM 1020 Elementary German
GERM 2040 Intermediate German
GERM 2050 Intermediate German
JOUR 2310 Newspaper Reporting and Writing
LANG 1010*** Elementary Language
LANG 1020*** Elementary Language
MKTG 3010 Professional Selling
SMHM 3450 Presentation Techniques
SPAN 1010 Elementary Spanish
SPAN 1020 Elementary Spanish
SPAN 2040 Intermediate Spanish
SPAN 2050 Intermediate Spanish
SPHS 1020 Speech for International Students
   
* Course offered for University Honors students only.  
** Course offered for International students only.  
*** Italian, Russian, Japanese only.  
   
   
Added to Cross Cultural, Diversity and Global Studies in Fall 2000:  
EDSP 2500 Human Exceptionality
PSCI 3500 Introduction to Peace Studies
PSCI 4520 International Human Rights
PSCI 4660 Democracy and Democratization
PSCI 4710 Middle East Politics: Critical Issues
SCI 4720 Ethnicity in World Politics
PSCI 4850 Critical Issues in World Politics


Last Updated on 10/15/99
By Betty Tomboulian
Email: catalog@unt.edu