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NCPACE Courses Available

Courses with * have advisories.

Intellectual and Practical Skills Courses

Written Communication

ENC-101: English Composition I
ENC-102: English Composition II
ENG-201: Technical Writing*

Information Literacy

HIS-356: War and American Society*
LIT-331: African Encounters*

Quantitative Literacy

MAT-105: Applied Liberal Arts Mathematics
MAT-115: Intermediate Algebra*
MAT-119: Quantitative Business Analysis*
MAT-231: Calculus I*
MAT-232: Calculus II*
MAT-270: Discrete Mathematics

Civic and Global Leadership Courses

Diversity Intercultural Literacy

COM-335: Intercultural Communication*
HIS-210: American Civil Rights Movement
HIS-261: Introduction to Chinese History and Culture
HIS-301: African History and Culture*
HIS-306: African American History*
REL-406: Eastern Religions*
SOC-101: Introduction to Sociology

Ethical Leadership

PHI-286: Contemporary Ethics
PHI-384: Ethics and the Business Professional*

Civic Engagement

POS-310: Constitutional Issues*

Knowledge of Human Cultures

Humanities

COM-330: Interpersonal Communications*
COM-335: Intercultural Communication*
ENG-393: One Writer's Vision: Jane Austen
LIT-331: African Encounters*
PHI-286: Contemporary Ethics
PHI-384: Ethics and the Business Professional*
REL-406: Eastern Religions*

Social Sciences

HIS-101: Western Civilization I
HIS-210: American Civil Rights Movement
HIS-261: Introduction to Chinese History and Culture
HIS-301: African History and Culture*
HIS-306: African American History*
HIS-356: War and American Society*
POS-310: Constitutional Issues*
PSY-300: Thanatology: An Understanding of Death and Dying*
PSY-317: Worlds of Childhood*
PSY-350: Abnormal Psychology*
PSY-352: Psychology of Personality*
PSY-360: Organizational Theory*
PSY-379: Social Psychology*
SOC-101: Introduction to Sociology
SOC-315: Social Gerontology

Understanding the Physical and Natural World

EAS-201: The Science of Natural Disasters
CHE-111: General Chemistry I*
CHE-112: General Chemistry II*
CTR-212: Programmable Logic Controllers
PHY-111: Physics I*
PHY-112: Physics II*

Other Courses (may be used in Some Areas of Study/Free Electives)

ACC-201: Intermediate Accounting I
ACC-202: Intermediate Accounting II
ACC-303: Cost Accounting
ACC-401: Advanced Accounting I
ACC-402: Advanced Accounting II
APS-402: Applied Quality Management
CTR-212: Programmable Logic Controllers
EGM-211: Statics
LAW-201: Business Law
LDR-324: Leaders in History
MAN-311: Organizational Behavior*
MAN-331: Human Resources Management*
MAN-425: Advanced Organizational Management
MAN-435: Project Management
MAR-310: Principles of Sales
MAR-335: New Product Development and Marketing
OPM-420: Supply Chain Management