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Modes of Inquiry Associate of General Studies

These courses fulfill the culture and ethics requirements for the Associate of General Studies (AGS) degree. Please refer to your specific degree for a list of all requirements.

ANTH 126Physical Anthropology3
ASTR 120Fundamentals of Astronomy3
ASTR 122Astronomy4
BIOL 121Introductory Biology for Non-Majors4
BIOL 124Oceanus: Essentials of Oceanography3
BIOL 125General Botany5
BIOL 127General Zoology5
BIOL 130Environmental Science3
BIOL 131Environmental Science Lab*1
BIOL 134Principles of Sustainability3
BIOL 135Principles of Cell and Molecular Biology4
BIOL 140Human Anatomy4
BIOL 150Biology of Organisms*5
BIOL 225Human Physiology*4
BIOL 230Microbiology*3
BIOL 231Microbiology Lab*2
CHEM 120Chemistry in Society*4
CHEM 122Principles of Chemistry*5
CHEM 124General Chemistry I Lecture*4
CHEM 125General Chemistry I Lab1
CHEM 131General Chemistry II Lecture*4
CHEM 132General Chemistry II Lab*1
CHEM 140Principles of Organic Biological Chemistry*5
GEOS 130General Geology5
GEOS 140Physical Geography3
GEOS 141Physical Geography Lab*2
PHIL 124Logic and Critical Thinking3
PHYS 130College Physics I*5
PHYS 131College Physics II*5
PHYS 220Engineering Physics I*5
PSCI 120Physical Science4
PSYC 130Introduction to Psychology3
Total Semester Hours:3
ECON 132Survey of Economics3
ECON 230Economics I3
ECON 231Economics II3
GEOS 145World Regional Geography3
POLS 126State and Local Government3
POLS 132Introduction to Comparative Government3
PSYC 121Applied Psychology3
PSYC 130Introduction to Psychology3
SOC 122Introduction to Sociology3
SOC 125Social Problems3
SOC 131Sociology of Families3
Total Semester Hours:3

Total Program Hours: 6