Oral Communication

The following courses fulfill the Speech Communication General Education Requirements for students admitted to Indiana University Southeast beginning 2013. The courses are taught on a regular basis; however, some are not taught every year. In some cases, one or more specific prerequisite classes must be completed before the course can be taken. Consult the academic advisor before registering for any of these courses. Three credit hours minimum are required for graduation certification.

Discipline Course# Course Title
Honors H104 Intellectual Experience II
SPCH S121 Public Speaking

Written Communication

The following courses fulfill the Written Communication General Education requirements for students admitted to Indiana University Southeast in 2013 and beyond. The courses are taught on a regular basis; however, some are not taught every year. In some cases, one or more specific prerequisite classes must be completed before the course can be taken. Consult the academic advisor before registering for any of these courses. Three credit hours minimum are required for certification.

Discipline Course# Course Title
ENG W231 Professional Writing Skills
ENG W234 Tech Report Writing
ENG W270 Argumentative Writing
ENG W290 Writing in the Arts and Sciences
ENG W300 Writing for Teachers
ENG W310 Language and the Study of Writing
ENG W315 Composing Computer Delivered Text
ENG W350 Advanced Expository Writing
ENG W420 Argumentative Writing

Diversity

The following courses fulfill the Cultural Diversity General Education requirements for students admitted to Indiana University Southeast in 2013 and beyond. The courses are taught on a regular basis; however, some are not taught every year. In some cases, one or more specific prerequisite classes must be completed before the course can be taken. Consult the academic advisor before registering for any of these courses.. Three credit hours minimum are required for certification.

Discipline Course# Course Title
AFRO A169 Introduction to Afro-American Literature
AFRO A249 African American Autobiography
EDUC M300 Teaching in a Pluralistic Society
FINA A150 African, New World and Oceanic Art
GEO G201 World Regional Geography
HIST E100 Issues in African History
HIST F100 Issues in Latin American History
HIST F216 History of Slavery
HIST F232 Upheaval in 20th Century Latin America
HIST G100 Issues in Asian History
HIST H207 Modern East-Asian Civilization
HIST H231 The Family in History
Honors H103 Common Intellectual Experience I
PHIL P170 Introduction to Asian Philosophy
POLYS Y107 Introduction to Comparative Politics
POLYS Y109 Introduction to International Relations
SPCH S122 Interpersonal Communication

Reasoning about Ethical Issues

The following courses fulfill the Diversity General Education requirements for students admitted to Indiana University Southeast in 2013 and beyond. The courses are taught on a regular basis; however, some are not taught every year. In some cases, one or more specific prerequisite classes must be completed before the course can be taken. Consult the academic advisor before registering for any of these courses. Three credit hours minimum are required for graduation certification.

Discipline Course# Course Title
AFRO A249 African American Autobiography
JOUR J280 Seminar in Journalism Ethics
PHIL P100 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL P140 Introduction to Ethics
PHIL P145 Introduction to Social & Political Philosophy
PHIL P200 Bioethics
PHIL P240 Business & Morality

Quantitative Reasoning

The following courses fulfill the Quantitiative Reasoning General Education requirements for students admitted to Indiana University Southeast in 2013. The courses are taught on a regular basis; however, some are not taught every year. In some cases, one or more specific prerequisite classes must be completed before the course can be taken. Consult the academic advisor before registering for any of these courses. Three credit hours minimum are required for graduation certification.

Discipline Course# Course Title
MATH A118 Finite Math for Social and Biological Sciences
MATH M110 Excursions in Mathematics
MATH M114 Quantitative Literacy
MATH M117 Intermediate Algebra
MATH M118 Finite Math
MATH M119 Brief Survey of Calculus I
MATH M122 College Algebra
MATH M125 Pre-Calculus Mathematics
MATH M215 Analytical Geometry & Calculus I
MATH T101 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers I

The Arts & Humanities

The following courses fulfill the Arts & Humanities General Education requirements for students admitted to Indiana University Southeast School of Nursing beginning 2013. The courses are taught on a regular basis; however, some are not taught every year. In some cases, one or more specific prerequisite classes must be completed before the course can be taken. Consult the academic advisor before registering for any of these courses. Three credit hours minimum are required for graduation certification.

Discipline Course# Course Title
AFRO A169 Introduction to Afro American Literature
ENG L101 Western World Masterpieces to 1600
ENG L102 Western World Masterpieces
ENG L104 Introduction to Fiction
ENG L106 Introduction to Poetry
FINA A101 Ancient and Medieval Art
FINA A102 Renaissance through Modern Art
FINA F100 Fundamental Studio-Drawing
FINA H100 Art Appreciation
FINA N110 Introduction to Studio Art for Non Majors
HUMA U101 Introduction to the Humanities
HUMA U102 Introduction to Modern Humanities
MUS E241 Introduction to Music Fundamentals
MUS M174 Music for the Listner
MUS T109 Rudiments of Music I
PHIL P100 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL P140 Introduction to Ethics
THTR T105 Theater Appreciation
THTR T120 Acting I
THTR T271 Introduction to History of Theater II

Academic Advising

To schedule an appointment with your academic advisor, stop by or call the School of Nursing at (812) 941-2283. The secretary will make the appointment for you.

Sarah Gierke
Pre-Nursing Student Advisor
Email: sgierke@ius.edu
Phone: Call (812) 941-2283 for walk-in advising dates and times.

Brenda Hackett
Nursing Student Advisor
Email: bhackett@ius.edu
(nursing students, RN-BSN students and second degree students admitted to the School of Nursing)

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