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University Transfer Liberal Arts Courses

Courses Listed by Category and Discipline

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I. English Communication (COMM)

20-801-21900 English Composition I
20-801-22300 English Composition II
20-801-22700 Creative Writing
20-801-22800 Advanced Creative Writing
20-801-234 Report, Proposal, and Grant Writing

II. Speech (COMM)

20-810-20100 Fundamentals of Speech

III. Humanities (HU)

A. Art
20-815-20100 Art Appreciation
20-815-20500 Drawing
20-815-20900 Design
20-815-21000 Life Drawing
20-815-21100 Three Dimensional Art
20-815-21300 Painting
20-815-21500 Watercolor
20-815-21700 Sculpture
20-815-22100 Ceramics
20-815-22600 Survey of Western Art History I
20-815-22700 Survey of Western Art History II
20-815-23000 Native American Art
20-815-24000 Basic Photography
20-815-24500 Intermediate Drawing
20-815-25000 Intermediate Design
20-815-25500 Intermediate Painting
20-815-26500 Intermediate Ceramics
20-815-27000 Graphic Design Portfolio
20-815-27500 Computer Graphics
20-815-27600 Advanced Computer Graphics
20-815-28100 Graphic Design
20-815-28200 Web Page Design
20-815-28300 Typography
20-815-28400 Introduction to Digital Media
20-815-28500 Interactive Multimedia
20-815-29900 Special Projects: Art

B. World Language
20-802-21700 Spanish I
20-802-22100 Spanish II
20-802-23000 Spanish III
20-802-23100 Spanish IV
20-802-23500 Spanish V: Emphasis on Writing & Grammar

C. History  (These courses may be taken as a humanities OR a social science)
20-803-21500 History of the American People to 1877
20-803-21900 History of the American People from 1877
20-803-22500 The Americas
20-803-22700 American Government
20-803-24000 History of Ethnic America
20-803-25600 Modern Asian History
20-803-25700 The U.S. Civil Rights Movement
20-803-25800 World History to 1500
20-803-25900 World History since 1500
20-803-26000 Topics in History
20-803-26001 Intro to Political Theory

D. Journalism
20-801-23000 Introduction to Journalism

E. Literature
20-801-23100 English Literature I
20-801-23300 Children's Literature
20-801-23500 English Literature II
20-801-23900 American Literature II
20-801-24300 American Literature I
20-801-24800 Topics in Literature
20-801-24801 Environmental Literature
20-801-24802 Gothic Literature
20-801-24803 The Graphic Novel
20-801-24804 Creative Non-Fiction
20-801-24805 Native American Literature
20-801-24806 Science Fiction Literature
20-801-24807 Contemporary World Literature
20-801-25500 Introduction to Literature

F. Music
20-805-20100 Music Appreciation
20-805-20500 Music Theory I
20-805-20900 Music Theory II
20-805-21500 20th Century American Music
20-805-28000 Topics in Music
20-805-28001 Music in Film

G. Philosophy
20-809-241 Contemporary Philosophy
20-809-21700 Introduction to Philosophy
20-809-22000 Topics in Philosophy
20-809-22002 Introduction to World Religions
20-809-22500 Ethics
20-809-22600 Environmental Ethics

H. Theatre/Film
20-810-20700 Theatre Appreciation
20-810-20400 Motion Picture Appreciation
20-810-21300 Fundamentals of Acting
20-810-22500 Topics in Speech/Theatre
20-810-22501 Diversity in Film Spectatorship
20-810-29900 Theatre Practicum

IV. Mathematics (MATH)

20-804-21000 Introduction to Computers and Their Use
20-804-22000 Intermediate Algebra
20-804-22400 Algebra for Calculus
20-804-22700 Elementary Math Education I
20-804-22800 Plane Trigonometry
20-804-23000 Statistics
20-804-23600 Calculus/Analytic Geometry I
20-804-23700 Elementary Math Education II
20-804-24000 Calculus/Analytic Geometry II
20-804-24100 Calculus & Analytic Geometry III
20-804-25000 Quantitative Reasoning

V. Science (SCI)

A. Biology
20-806-20100 Principles of Biology
20-806-20500 Topics in Human Biology
20-806-20900 General Botany
20-806-21000 General Ecology
20-806-21100 Introduction to Soil and Water Resources
20-806-21300 General Zoology
20-806-21500 Environmental Science
20-806-23200 Introduction to Forestry Fisheries Wildlife

B. Chemistry
20-806-24000 Survey of Chemistry
20-806-24100 Introductory Chemistry
20-806-24200 Environmental Chemistry
20-806-24500 College Chemistry I
20-806-24900 College Chemistry II
20-806-25700 Organic Chemistry I
20-806-25700 Organic Chemistry II
20-806-26500 Survey of Organic Chemistry

C. Geography
20-806-20700 Physical Geography-Landforms
20-806-20800 Physical Geography-Weather and Climate
20-806-21200 Geographic Information Systems
20-806-26100 Introduction to Geospatial Technologies

D. Geology
20-806-23000 Physical Geology
20-806-23100 Historical Geology
20-806-23500 Topics in Geology

E. Physics
20-806-27100 Survey of Physics I
20-806-27300 Survey of Physics II
20-806-27600 College Physics I
20-806-28000 College Physics II
20-806-28600 College Physics I-Calculus Based
20-806-28700 College Physics II-Calculus Based

VI. Social Sciences (SOCSCI)

A. Anthropology
20-809-28300 Cultural Anthropology

B. Economics
20-809-28700 Principles of Macroeconomics
20-809-28800 Topics in Economics
20-809-28801 History of Economic Thought
20-809-29100 Principles of Microeconomics

C. Geography
20-809-21000 Topics in Geography
20-809-21200 Wisconsin
20-809-21500 World Regional Geography
20-809-21600 Human/Cultural Geography

D. History (See II. Humanities, C. for list of specific courses.)

E. Political Science
20-803-22700 American Government
20-803-26001 Introduction to Political Theory

F.Psychology
20-809-23200 Abnormal Psychology
20-809-24500 Human Sexuality
20-809-25100 Introduction to Psychology
20-809-25400 Educational Psychology
20-809-25500 Child Psychology
20-809-25900 Psychology of Human Adjustment
20-809-26300 Social Psychology
20-809-26500 Topics in Psychology
20-809-26501 Diversity in Film Spectatorship

G. Sociology
20-809-20900 Sociology of Religion
20-809-27100 Introductory Sociology
20-809-27200 Valuing Diversity
20-809-27500 Marriage and Family
20-809-27800 Topics in Sociology
20-809-27900 Social Problems
20-809-25000 Living with Death

VII. Physical Education (PHYED) (Health and Wellness)

20-807-20100 Fitness for Life
20-807-20500 Topics in Health and Physical Education
20-807-20502 Self Defense for Women
20-807-21000 Health Education
20-807-21300 First Aid and CPR
20-807-22100 Canoeing
20-807-23400 Fitness and Weight Control
20-807-23500 Strength Training
20-807-25100 Sea Kayaking, Beginning
20-807-28000 Challenge/Ropes Course

VIII. Diversity

Courses that meet this requirement may also count toward Nicolet degree requirements in Science, Humanities/Fine Arts, or Social Science. These credits are not in addition to the 64 credits required for the degree.

20-801-24805 Native American Literature
20-802-21700 Spanish I
20-802-22100 Spanish II
20-802-23000 Spanish III
20-803-22500 The Americas
20-803-23000 History of American Indians
20-803-24000 History of Ethnic America
20-803-25600 Modern Asian History
20-803-25700 US Civil Rights Movement
20-803-25800 World History to 1500
20-803-25900 World History Since 1500
20-806-21500 Environmental Science
20-806-22900 Environmental Issues
20-809-21500 World Regional Geography
20-809-21600 Human/Cultural Geography
20-809-21700 Introduction to Philosophy
20-809-22002 Introduction to World Religions
20-809-26501 Diversity in Film Spectatorship
20-809-27100 Introductory Sociology
20-809-27200 Valuing Diversity
20-809-27900 Social Problems
20-809-28300 Cultural Anthropology
20-815-23000 Native American Art



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