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CUNY Common Core Requirements

• ASSOCIATE IN ARTS (A.A.) •

Where applicable, it is recommended that courses required for the major also satisfy Required or Flexible Core requirements.

CUNY COMMON CORE:

REQUIRED CORE

ENG 1200 FRESHMAN ENGLISH I (3 CR.)
ENG 2400 FRESHMAN ENGLISH II (3 CR.)  
  • MAT 4A0 MATHEMATICAL AND QUANTITATIVE REASONING (3 CR.)
    MAT 2000 ELEMENTS OF STATISTICS (3 CR.)
    MAT 900 COLLEGE ALGEBRA (3 CR.)
    MAT 1400 ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND PRE-CALCULUS MATHEMATICS (4 CR.)
    MAT 1500 CALCULUS I (4 CR.)
    MAT 1600 CALCULUS II (4 CR.)
    BA/MAT 2200 BUSINESS STATISTICS (4 CR.)
    BIO/MAT 9100 BIOSTATISTICS (4 CR.)
 
  • BIO 100 SELECTED TOPICS IN BIOLOGY (3 CR.)
    BIO 3300 INTRODUCTION TO MODERN CONCEPTS OF BIOLOGY (4 CR.)
    BIO 1100 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I (4 CR.)
    BIO 1200 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II (4 CR.)
    BIO 1300 GENERAL BIOLOGY I (4 CR.)
    BIO 1400 GENERAL BIOLOGY II (4 CR.)
    CHM 1100 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I (4 CR.)
    CHM 1200 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II (4 CR.)
    EPS 3100 METEOROLOGY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3200 OCEANOGRAPHY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3300 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3500 INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3600 PLANETOLOGY: A TRIP THROUGH THE SOLAR SYSTEM (4 CR.)
    EPS 3800 INTRODUCTION TO EARTH SCIENCE (4 CR.)
    PHY 1300 ADVANCED GENERAL PHYSICS I (4 CR.)
    PHY 1400 ADVANCED GENERAL PHYSICS II (4 CR.)
 

FLEXIBLE CORE

Complete one course from each Group (A - E), PLUS one additional course from any Group (A - E), for a total of 18 credits.

NOTE: No more than two courses in the same discipline.

  • ANT 3700 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY (3 CR.)
    ARB 100 ELEMENTARY ARABIC I (3 CR.)
    ARB 200 ELEMENTARY ARABIC II (3 CR.)
    ART 3300 SURVEY OF ART HISTORY: FROM ANCIENT TO RENAISSANCE ART
    (3 CR.)
    ART 3400 SURVEY OF ART HISTORY: FROM RENAISSANCE TO 19TH CENTURY ART (3 CR.)
    ART 3700 SURVEY OF NON-WESTERN ART (3 CR.)
    ENG 3200 WORLD LITERATURE (3 CR.)
    FR 100 ELEMENTARY FRENCH I (3 CR.)
    FR 200 ELEMENTARY FRENCH II (3 CR.)
    FR 5700 HAITIAN CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION (3 CR.)
    HEB 100 ELEMENTARY HEBREW I (3 CR.)
    HEB 200 ELEMENTARY HEBREW II (3 CR.)
    HEB 300 INTERMEDIATE HEBREW I (3 CR.)
    HIS 3100 EUROPE: NAPOLEON TO HITLER, 1789 TO 1945 (3 CR.)
    HIS 3600 EUROPE IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY (3 CR.)
    HIS 4400 THE NAZI HOLOCAUST (3 CR.)
    HIS 5100 THE ANCIENT WORLD (3 CR.)
    HIS 5300 RUSSIAN HISTORY: 1860 TO THE PRESENT (3 CR.)
    IT 100 ELEMENTARY ITALIAN I (3 CR.)
    IT 200 ELEMENTARY ITALIAN II (3 CR.)
    MUS 2700 MUSIC OF THE WORLD’S PEOPLE (3 CR.)
    PHI 7700 PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION (3 CR.)
    PHI 7800 PHILOSOPHY IN ASIAN TRADITIONS (3 CR.)
    PHI 7900 GLOBAL ETHICS (3 CR.)
    POL 5200 COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT (3 CR.)
    POL 7500 WOMEN IN POLITICS (3 CR.)
    POL 9300 GLOBAL POLITICS (3 CR.)
    SOC 3900 THE SOCIOLOGY OF RELIGION (3 CR.)
    SPA 100 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I (3 CR.)
    SPA 200 ELEMENTARY SPANISH II (3 CR.)
    SPA 300 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH (3 CR.)
    SPA 400 READINGS IN HISPANIC LITERATURE (3 CR.)
    SPA 1800 PROPER MODELS OF SPANISH GRAMMAR AND CONVERSATION FOR NATIVE SPEAKERS (3 CR.)
    SPA 3400 SPANISH AMERICA: CULTURE, ART AND MUSIC (3 CR.)
    SPE 2600 INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION (3 CR.)
    THA 6800 HISTORY OF THE THEATRE: ORIGINS TO JACOBEAN (3 CR.)
  • ART 4700 HISTORY OF AMERICAN ART (3 CR.)
    ENG 4800 AMERICAN ENVIRONMENTAL LITERATURE (3 CR.)
    HIS 100 THE AMERICAN CITIES: AN INTRODUCTION (3 CR.)
    HIS 1100 AMERICAN CIVILIZATION I (3 CR.)
    HIS 1200 AMERICAN CIVILIZATION II (3 CR.)
    HIS 1700 U.S. HISTORY IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT: FROM THE COLONIAL PERIOD THROUGH THE CIVIL WAR (3 CR.)
    HIS 1800 U.S. HISTORY IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT: FROM RECONSTRUCTION TO PRESENT (3 CR.)
    HIS 2000 THE IMMIGRANT IN AMERICAN SOCIETY (3 CR.)
    HIS 2100 POPULAR CULTURE IN AMERICA (3 CR.)
    HIS 5000 AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY (3 CR.)
    HIS 5900 MODERN AMERICA: 1920 TO PRESENT (3 CR.)
    HIS 6200 HISTORY OF NEW YORK CITY (3 CR.)
    HIS 6800 WOMEN IN AMERICAN HISTORY (3 CR.)
    POL 5100 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS (3 CR.)
    POL 5400 THE AMERICAN PRESIDENCY (3 CR.)
    POL 5500 AMERICAN POLITICAL PARTIES (3 CR.)
    SOC 3200 URBAN SOCIOLOGY (3 CR.)
    SOC 3600 MINORITY GROUPS IN THE UNITED STATES (3 CR.)
    THA 6700 HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN MUSICAL THEATRE (3 CR.)
  • ART 3100 SURVEY OF ART HISTORY: PREHISTORY TO THE PRESENT (3 CR.)
    ART 3500 MODERN ART: FROM 1880 TO 1945 (3 CR.)
    ART 3600 MODERN ART: FROM 1945 TO PRESENT (3 CR.)
    ART 3800 RENAISSANCE ART (3 CR.)
    ART 3900 HISTORY OF WOMEN IN ART (3 CR.)
    ART 9500 MODERN ARCHITECTURE AND THE ENVIRONMENT (3 CR.)
    ART 9800 HISTORY OF MODERN SCULPTURE (3 CR.)
    ENG 3000 INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE (3 CR.)
    ENG 4000 SHORT FICTION (3 CR.)
    ENG 4200 POETRY (3 CR.)
    ENG 4300 DRAMA (3 CR.)
    ENG 6500 LITERATURE AND FILM (3 CR.)
    HUM 100 MODERN HUMANITIES: ARTS AND IDEAS (COLLEGE NOW) (3 CR.)
    MCF 4000 FILM: THE CREATIVE MEDIUM (3 CR.)
    MCF 4300 FILM GENRE (3 CR.)
    MUS 2100 INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ (3 CR.)
    MUS 2200 MUSIC OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY (3 CR.)
    MUS 2400 OPERA (3 CR.)
    MUS 3000 RUDIMENTS OF THEORY (3 CR.)
    MUS 3100 THE MUSICAL EXPERIENCE (3 CR.)
    PHI 7500 PHILOSOPHY OF THE BEAUTIFUL – AESTHETICS (3 CR.)
    SPA 3100 READINGS IN SPANISH–AMERICAN LITERATURE IN TRANSLATION
    (3 CR.)
    SPA 5500 HISTORY AND CIVILIZATION OF SPAIN (3 CR.)
    SPE 1100 LISTENING AND SPEAKING SKILLS (3 CR.)
    SPE 2100 EFFECTIVE PUBLIC SPEAKING (3 CR.)
    SPE 2700 ORAL INTERPRETATION (3 CR.)
    THA 5000 INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE ARTS (3 CR.)
    THA 5100 PLAY ANALYSIS (3 CR.)
  • ANT 3900 SEXUALITY AND CULTURE (3 CR.)
    MCM 3000 MASS MEDIA (3 CR.)
    MCF 4400 FILM AND SOCIETY (3 CR.)
    PHI 7100 HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY: THE CLASSICAL PHILOSOPHERS (3 CR.)
    PHI 7200 HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY: THE MODERN PHILOSOPHERS (3 CR.)
    PHI 7400 ETHICS: A STUDY OF ETHICAL PROBLEMS (3 CR.)
    POL 5000 CLASH OF POLITICAL IDEAS: INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL THEORY
    (3 CR.)
    PSY 3200 HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT (3 CR.)
    PSY 3600 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY (3 CR.)
    SOC 3100 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY (3 CR.)
    SOC 3500 SOCIOLOGY OF THE FAMILY (3 CR.)
    SOC 3800 SOCIOLOGY OF GENDER (3 CR.)
    SPE 1200 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION (3 CR.)
    SPE 2500 SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION (3 CR.)
  • BIO 2800 BIOLOGY OF WOMEN (3 CR.)
    BIO 3700 HUMAN GENETICS (3 CR.)
    BIO 3900 THE BIOLOGY OF AGING (3 CR.)
    BIO 4900 PEOPLE AND THE ENVIRONMENT – BIOLOGICAL EMPHASIS (3 CR.)
    BIO 7000 THE SCIENCE OF NUTRITION (3 CR.)
    PHI 7300 LOGIC: THEORIES OF ARGUMENTATION (3 CR.)
    PSY 1100 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY (3 CR.)
    SCI 100 ISSUES AND ADVENTURES IN SCIENCE (COLLEGE NOW) (3 CR.)
    BIO 1100 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I (4 CR.)
    BIO 1200 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II (4 CR.)
    BIO 1300 GENERAL BIOLOGY I (4 CR.)
    BIO 1400 GENERAL BIOLOGY II (4 CR.)
    CS 1200 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING (4 CR.)
    CS 13A0 ADVANCED PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES (4 CR.)
    CHM 1100 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I (4 CR.)
    CHM 1200 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II (4 CR.)
    EPS 3100 METEOROLOGY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3200 OCEANOGRAPHY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3300 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3500 INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3600 PLANETOLOGY: A TRIP THROUGH THE SOLAR SYSTEM (4 CR.)
    EPS 3800 INTRODUCTION TO EARTH SCIENCE (4 CR.)
    MAT 900 COLLEGE ALGEBRA (3 CR.)
    MAT 1400 ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND PRE-CALCULUS MATHEMATICS (4 CR.)
    MAT 1500 CALCULUS I (4 CR.)
    MAT 1600 CALCULUS II (4 CR.)
    BA/MAT 2200 BUSINESS STATISTICS (4 CR.)
    BIO/MAT 9100 BIOSTATISTICS (4 CR.)
    PHY 1300 ADVANCED GENERAL PHYSICS I (4 CR.)
    PHY 1400 ADVANCED GENERAL PHYSICS II (4 CR.)

• ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE (A.S.) •

Where applicable, it is recommended that courses required for the major also satisfy Required or Flexible Core requirements. Some programs require specific Common Core courses to ensure that the degree is completed in the correct number of credits.

CUNY COMMON CORE:

REQUIRED CORE

ENG 1200 FRESHMAN ENGLISH I (3 CR.)  
ENG 2400 FRESHMAN ENGLISH II (3 CR.)  
  • MAT 4A0 MATHEMATICAL AND QUANTITATIVE REASONING (3 CR.)
    MAT 2000 ELEMENTS OF STATISTICS (3 CR.)
    MAT 900 COLLEGE ALGEBRA (3 CR.)
    MAT 1400 ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND PRE-CALCULUS MATHEMATICS (4 CR.)
    MAT 1500 CALCULUS I (4 CR.)
    MAT 1600 CALCULUS II (4 CR.)
    BA/MAT 2200 BUSINESS STATISTICS (4 CR.)
    BIO/MAT 9100 BIOSTATISTICS (4 CR.)
 
  • BIO 100 SELECTED TOPICS IN BIOLOGY (3 CR.)
    BIO 3300 INTRODUCTION TO MODERN CONCEPTS OF BIOLOGY (4 CR.)
    BIO 1100 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I (4 CR.)
    BIO 1200 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II (4 CR.)
    BIO 1300 GENERAL BIOLOGY I (4 CR.)
    BIO 1400 GENERAL BIOLOGY II (4 CR.)
    CHM 1100 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I (4 CR.)
    CHM 1200 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II (4 CR.)
    EPS 3100 METEOROLOGY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3200 OCEANOGRAPHY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3300 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3500 INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3600 PLANETOLOGY: A TRIP THROUGH THE SOLAR SYSTEM (4 CR.)
    EPS 3800 INTRODUCTION TO EARTH SCIENCE (4 CR.)
    PHY 1300 ADVANCED GENERAL PHYSICS I (4 CR.)
    PHY 1400 ADVANCED GENERAL PHYSICS II (4 CR.)
 

FLEXIBLE CORE

Complete one course from each Group (A - E), PLUS one additional course from any Group (A - E), for a total of 18 credits.

NOTE: No more than two courses in the same discipline.

  • ANT 3700 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY (3 CR.)
    ARB 100 ELEMENTARY ARABIC I (3 CR.)
    ARB 200 ELEMENTARY ARABIC II (3 CR.)
    ART 3300 SURVEY OF ART HISTORY: FROM ANCIENT TO RENAISSANCE ART
    (3 CR.)
    ART 3400 SURVEY OF ART HISTORY: FROM RENAISSANCE TO 19TH CENTURY ART (3 CR.)
    ART 3700 SURVEY OF NON-WESTERN ART (3 CR.)
    ENG 3200 WORLD LITERATURE (3 CR.)
    FR 100 ELEMENTARY FRENCH I (3 CR.)
    FR 200 ELEMENTARY FRENCH II (3 CR.)
    FR 5700 HAITIAN CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION (3 CR.)
    HEB 100 ELEMENTARY HEBREW I (3 CR.)
    HEB 200 ELEMENTARY HEBREW II (3 CR.)
    HEB 300 INTERMEDIATE HEBREW I (3 CR.)
    HIS 3100 EUROPE: NAPOLEON TO HITLER, 1789 TO 1945 (3 CR.)
    HIS 3600 EUROPE IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY (3 CR.)
    HIS 4400 THE NAZI HOLOCAUST (3 CR.)
    HIS 5100 THE ANCIENT WORLD (3 CR.)
    HIS 5300 RUSSIAN HISTORY: 1860 TO THE PRESENT (3 CR.)
    IT 100 ELEMENTARY ITALIAN I (3 CR.)
    IT 200 ELEMENTARY ITALIAN II (3 CR.)
    MUS 2700 MUSIC OF THE WORLD’S PEOPLE (3 CR.)
    PHI 7700 PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION (3 CR.)
    PHI 7800 PHILOSOPHY IN ASIAN TRADITIONS (3 CR.)
    PHI 7900 GLOBAL ETHICS (3 CR.)
    POL 5200 COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT (3 CR.)
    POL 7500 WOMEN IN POLITICS (3 CR.)
    POL 9300 GLOBAL POLITICS (3 CR.)
    SOC 3900 THE SOCIOLOGY OF RELIGION (3 CR.)
    SPA 100 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I (3 CR.)
    SPA 200 ELEMENTARY SPANISH II (3 CR.)
    SPA 300 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH (3 CR.)
    SPA 400 READINGS IN HISPANIC LITERATURE (3 CR.)
    SPA 1800 PROPER MODELS OF SPANISH GRAMMAR AND CONVERSATION FOR NATIVE SPEAKERS (3 CR.)
    SPA 3400 SPANISH AMERICA: CULTURE, ART AND MUSIC (3 CR.)
    SPE 2600 INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION (3 CR.)
    THA 6800 HISTORY OF THE THEATRE: ORIGINS TO JACOBEAN (3 CR.)
  • ART 4700 HISTORY OF AMERICAN ART (3 CR.)
    ENG 4800 AMERICAN ENVIRONMENTAL LITERATURE (3 CR.)
    HIS 100 THE AMERICAN CITIES: AN INTRODUCTION (3 CR.)
    HIS 1100 AMERICAN CIVILIZATION I (3 CR.)
    HIS 1200 AMERICAN CIVILIZATION II (3 CR.)
    HIS 1700 U.S. HISTORY IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT: FROM THE COLONIAL PERIOD THROUGH THE CIVIL WAR (3 CR.)
    HIS 1800 U.S. HISTORY IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT: FROM RECONSTRUCTION TO PRESENT (3 CR.)
    HIS 2000 THE IMMIGRANT IN AMERICAN SOCIETY (3 CR.)
    HIS 2100 POPULAR CULTURE IN AMERICA (3 CR.)
    HIS 5000 AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY (3 CR.)
    HIS 5900 MODERN AMERICA: 1920 TO PRESENT (3 CR.)
    HIS 6200 HISTORY OF NEW YORK CITY (3 CR.)
    HIS 6800 WOMEN IN AMERICAN HISTORY (3 CR.)
    POL 5100 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS (3 CR.)
    POL 5400 THE AMERICAN PRESIDENCY (3 CR.)
    POL 5500 AMERICAN POLITICAL PARTIES (3 CR.)
    SOC 3200 URBAN SOCIOLOGY (3 CR.)
    SOC 3600 MINORITY GROUPS IN THE UNITED STATES (3 CR.)
    THA 6700 HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN MUSICAL THEATRE (3 CR.)
  • ART 3100 SURVEY OF ART HISTORY: PREHISTORY TO THE PRESENT (3 CR.)
    ART 3500 MODERN ART: FROM 1880 TO 1945 (3 CR.)
    ART 3600 MODERN ART: FROM 1945 TO PRESENT (3 CR.)
    ART 3800 RENAISSANCE ART (3 CR.)
    ART 3900 HISTORY OF WOMEN IN ART (3 CR.)
    ART 9500 MODERN ARCHITECTURE AND THE ENVIRONMENT (3 CR.)
    ART 9800 HISTORY OF MODERN SCULPTURE (3 CR.)
    ENG 3000 INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE (3 CR.)
    ENG 4000 SHORT FICTION (3 CR.)
    ENG 4200 POETRY (3 CR.)
    ENG 4300 DRAMA (3 CR.)
    ENG 6500 LITERATURE AND FILM (3 CR.)
    HUM 100 MODERN HUMANITIES: ARTS AND IDEAS (COLLEGE NOW) (3 CR.)
    MCF 4000 FILM: THE CREATIVE MEDIUM (3 CR.)
    MCF 4300 FILM GENRE (3 CR.)
    MUS 2100 INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ (3 CR.)
    MUS 2200 MUSIC OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY (3 CR.)
    MUS 2400 OPERA (3 CR.)
    MUS 3000 RUDIMENTS OF THEORY (3 CR.)
    MUS 3100 THE MUSICAL EXPERIENCE (3 CR.)
    PHI 7500 PHILOSOPHY OF THE BEAUTIFUL – AESTHETICS (3 CR.)
    SPA 3100 READINGS IN SPANISH–AMERICAN LITERATURE IN TRANSLATION
    (3 CR.)
    SPA 5500 HISTORY AND CIVILIZATION OF SPAIN (3 CR.)
    SPE 1100 LISTENING AND SPEAKING SKILLS (3 CR.)
    SPE 2100 EFFECTIVE PUBLIC SPEAKING (3 CR.)
    SPE 2700 ORAL INTERPRETATION (3 CR.)
    THA 5000 INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE ARTS (3 CR.)
    THA 5100 PLAY ANALYSIS (3 CR.)
  • ANT 3900 SEXUALITY AND CULTURE (3 CR.)
    MCM 3000 MASS MEDIA (3 CR.)
    MCF 4400 FILM AND SOCIETY (3 CR.)
    PHI 7100 HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY: THE CLASSICAL PHILOSOPHERS (3 CR.)
    PHI 7200 HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY: THE MODERN PHILOSOPHERS (3 CR.)
    PHI 7400 ETHICS: A STUDY OF ETHICAL PROBLEMS (3 CR.)
    POL 5000 CLASH OF POLITICAL IDEAS: INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL THEORY
    (3 CR.)
    PSY 3200 HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT (3 CR.)
    PSY 3600 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY (3 CR.)
    SOC 3100 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY (3 CR.)
    SOC 3500 SOCIOLOGY OF THE FAMILY (3 CR.)
    SOC 3800 SOCIOLOGY OF GENDER (3 CR.)
    SPE 1200 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION (3 CR.)
    SPE 2500 SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION (3 CR.)
  • BIO 2800 BIOLOGY OF WOMEN (3 CR.)
    BIO 3700 HUMAN GENETICS (3 CR.)
    BIO 3900 THE BIOLOGY OF AGING (3 CR.)
    BIO 4900 PEOPLE AND THE ENVIRONMENT – BIOLOGICAL EMPHASIS (3 CR.)
    BIO 7000 THE SCIENCE OF NUTRITION (3 CR.)
    PHI 7300 LOGIC: THEORIES OF ARGUMENTATION (3 CR.)
    PSY 1100 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY (3 CR.)
    SCI 100 ISSUES AND ADVENTURES IN SCIENCE (COLLEGE NOW) (3 CR.)
    BIO 1100 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I (4 CR.)
    BIO 1200 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II (4 CR.)
    BIO 1300 GENERAL BIOLOGY I (4 CR.)
    BIO 1400 GENERAL BIOLOGY II (4 CR.)
    CS 1200 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING (4 CR.)
    CS 13A0 ADVANCED PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES (4 CR.)
    CHM 1100 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I (4 CR.)
    CHM 1200 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II (4 CR.)
    EPS 3100 METEOROLOGY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3200 OCEANOGRAPHY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3300 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3500 INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3600 PLANETOLOGY: A TRIP THROUGH THE SOLAR SYSTEM (4 CR.)
    EPS 3800 INTRODUCTION TO EARTH SCIENCE (4 CR.)
    MAT 900 COLLEGE ALGEBRA (3 CR.)
    MAT 1400 ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND PRE-CALCULUS MATHEMATICS (4 CR.)
    MAT 1500 CALCULUS I (4 CR.)
    MAT 1600 CALCULUS II (4 CR.)
    BA/MAT 2200 BUSINESS STATISTICS (4 CR.)
    BIO/MAT 9100 BIOSTATISTICS (4 CR.)
    PHY 1300 ADVANCED GENERAL PHYSICS I (4 CR.)
    PHY 1400 ADVANCED GENERAL PHYSICS II (4 CR.)

• ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE(A.A.S.) •

Where applicable, it is recommended that courses required for the major also satisfy Required or Flexible Core requirements. Some programs require specific Common Core courses to ensure that the degree is completed in the correct number of credits.

CUNY COMMON CORE:

REQUIRED CORE

ENG 1200 FRESHMAN ENGLISH I (3 CR.)  
ENG 2400 FRESHMAN ENGLISH II (3 CR.)  
  • MAT 4A0 MATHEMATICAL AND QUANTITATIVE REASONING (3 CR.)
    MAT 2000 ELEMENTS OF STATISTICS (3 CR.)
    MAT 900 COLLEGE ALGEBRA (3 CR.)
    MAT 1400 ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND PRE-CALCULUS MATHEMATICS (4 CR.)
    MAT 1500 CALCULUS I (4 CR.)
    MAT 1600 CALCULUS II (4 CR.)
    BA/MAT 2200 BUSINESS STATISTICS (4 CR.)
    BIO/MAT 9100 BIOSTATISTICS (4 CR.)
 
  • BIO 100 SELECTED TOPICS IN BIOLOGY (3 CR.)
    BIO 3300 INTRODUCTION TO MODERN CONCEPTS OF BIOLOGY (4 CR.)
    BIO 1100 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I (4 CR.)
    BIO 1200 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II (4 CR.)
    BIO 1300 GENERAL BIOLOGY I (4 CR.)
    BIO 1400 GENERAL BIOLOGY II (4 CR.)
    CHM 1100 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I (4 CR.)
    CHM 1200 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II (4 CR.)
    EPS 3100 METEOROLOGY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3200 OCEANOGRAPHY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3300 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3500 INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3600 PLANETOLOGY: A TRIP THROUGH THE SOLAR SYSTEM (4 CR.)
    EPS 3800 INTRODUCTION TO EARTH SCIENCE (4 CR.)
    PHY 1300 ADVANCED GENERAL PHYSICS I (4 CR.)
    PHY 1400 ADVANCED GENERAL PHYSICS II (4 CR.)
 

FLEXIBLE CORE

Complete one course from three of the following Groups (A - E), for a total of 9 credits. Note: Each course must be from a different discipline.

  • ANT 3700 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY (3 CR.)
    ARB 100 ELEMENTARY ARABIC I (3 CR.)
    ARB 200 ELEMENTARY ARABIC II (3 CR.)
    ART 3300 SURVEY OF ART HISTORY: FROM ANCIENT TO RENAISSANCE ART
    (3 CR.)
    ART 3400 SURVEY OF ART HISTORY: FROM RENAISSANCE TO 19TH CENTURY ART (3 CR.)
    ART 3700 SURVEY OF NON-WESTERN ART (3 CR.)
    ENG 3200 WORLD LITERATURE (3 CR.)
    FR 100 ELEMENTARY FRENCH I (3 CR.)
    FR 200 ELEMENTARY FRENCH II (3 CR.)
    FR 5700 HAITIAN CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION (3 CR.)
    HEB 100 ELEMENTARY HEBREW I (3 CR.)
    HEB 200 ELEMENTARY HEBREW II (3 CR.)
    HEB 300 INTERMEDIATE HEBREW I (3 CR.)
    HIS 3100 EUROPE: NAPOLEON TO HITLER, 1789 TO 1945 (3 CR.)
    HIS 3600 EUROPE IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY (3 CR.)
    HIS 4400 THE NAZI HOLOCAUST (3 CR.)
    HIS 5100 THE ANCIENT WORLD (3 CR.)
    HIS 5300 RUSSIAN HISTORY: 1860 TO THE PRESENT (3 CR.)
    IT 100 ELEMENTARY ITALIAN I (3 CR.)
    IT 200 ELEMENTARY ITALIAN II (3 CR.)
    MUS 2700 MUSIC OF THE WORLD’S PEOPLE (3 CR.)
    PHI 7700 PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION (3 CR.)
    PHI 7800 PHILOSOPHY IN ASIAN TRADITIONS (3 CR.)
    PHI 7900 GLOBAL ETHICS (3 CR.)
    POL 5200 COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT (3 CR.)
    POL 7500 WOMEN IN POLITICS (3 CR.)
    POL 9300 GLOBAL POLITICS (3 CR.)
    SOC 3900 THE SOCIOLOGY OF RELIGION (3 CR.)
    SPA 100 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I (3 CR.)
    SPA 200 ELEMENTARY SPANISH II (3 CR.)
    SPA 300 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH (3 CR.)
    SPA 400 READINGS IN HISPANIC LITERATURE (3 CR.)
    SPA 1800 PROPER MODELS OF SPANISH GRAMMAR AND CONVERSATION FOR NATIVE SPEAKERS (3 CR.)
    SPA 3400 SPANISH AMERICA: CULTURE, ART AND MUSIC (3 CR.)
    SPE 2600 INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION (3 CR.)
    THA 6800 HISTORY OF THE THEATRE: ORIGINS TO JACOBEAN (3 CR.)
  • ART 4700 HISTORY OF AMERICAN ART (3 CR.)
    ENG 4800 AMERICAN ENVIRONMENTAL LITERATURE (3 CR.)
    HIS 100 THE AMERICAN CITIES: AN INTRODUCTION (3 CR.)
    HIS 1100 AMERICAN CIVILIZATION I (3 CR.)
    HIS 1200 AMERICAN CIVILIZATION II (3 CR.)
    HIS 1700 U.S. HISTORY IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT: FROM THE COLONIAL PERIOD THROUGH THE CIVIL WAR (3 CR.)
    HIS 1800 U.S. HISTORY IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT: FROM RECONSTRUCTION TO PRESENT (3 CR.)
    HIS 2000 THE IMMIGRANT IN AMERICAN SOCIETY (3 CR.)
    HIS 2100 POPULAR CULTURE IN AMERICA (3 CR.)
    HIS 5000 AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY (3 CR.)
    HIS 5900 MODERN AMERICA: 1920 TO PRESENT (3 CR.)
    HIS 6200 HISTORY OF NEW YORK CITY (3 CR.)
    HIS 6800 WOMEN IN AMERICAN HISTORY (3 CR.)
    POL 5100 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS (3 CR.)
    POL 5400 THE AMERICAN PRESIDENCY (3 CR.)
    POL 5500 AMERICAN POLITICAL PARTIES (3 CR.)
    SOC 3200 URBAN SOCIOLOGY (3 CR.)
    SOC 3600 MINORITY GROUPS IN THE UNITED STATES (3 CR.)
    THA 6700 HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN MUSICAL THEATRE (3 CR.)
  • ART 3100 SURVEY OF ART HISTORY: PREHISTORY TO THE PRESENT (3 CR.)
    ART 3500 MODERN ART: FROM 1880 TO 1945 (3 CR.)
    ART 3600 MODERN ART: FROM 1945 TO PRESENT (3 CR.)
    ART 3800 RENAISSANCE ART (3 CR.)
    ART 3900 HISTORY OF WOMEN IN ART (3 CR.)
    ART 9500 MODERN ARCHITECTURE AND THE ENVIRONMENT (3 CR.)
    ART 9800 HISTORY OF MODERN SCULPTURE (3 CR.)
    ENG 3000 INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE (3 CR.)
    ENG 4000 SHORT FICTION (3 CR.)
    ENG 4200 POETRY (3 CR.)
    ENG 4300 DRAMA (3 CR.)
    ENG 6500 LITERATURE AND FILM (3 CR.)
    HUM 100 MODERN HUMANITIES: ARTS AND IDEAS (COLLEGE NOW) (3 CR.)
    MCF 4000 FILM: THE CREATIVE MEDIUM (3 CR.)
    MCF 4300 FILM GENRE (3 CR.)
    MUS 2100 INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ (3 CR.)
    MUS 2200 MUSIC OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY (3 CR.)
    MUS 2400 OPERA (3 CR.)
    MUS 3000 RUDIMENTS OF THEORY (3 CR.)
    MUS 3100 THE MUSICAL EXPERIENCE (3 CR.)
    PHI 7500 PHILOSOPHY OF THE BEAUTIFUL – AESTHETICS (3 CR.)
    SPA 3100 READINGS IN SPANISH–AMERICAN LITERATURE IN TRANSLATION
    (3 CR.)
    SPA 5500 HISTORY AND CIVILIZATION OF SPAIN (3 CR.)
    SPE 1100 LISTENING AND SPEAKING SKILLS (3 CR.)
    SPE 2100 EFFECTIVE PUBLIC SPEAKING (3 CR.)
    SPE 2700 ORAL INTERPRETATION (3 CR.)
    THA 5000 INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE ARTS (3 CR.)
    THA 5100 PLAY ANALYSIS (3 CR.)
  • ANT 3900 SEXUALITY AND CULTURE (3 CR.)
    MCM 3000 MASS MEDIA (3 CR.)
    MCF 4400 FILM AND SOCIETY (3 CR.)
    PHI 7100 HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY: THE CLASSICAL PHILOSOPHERS (3 CR.)
    PHI 7200 HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY: THE MODERN PHILOSOPHERS (3 CR.)
    PHI 7400 ETHICS: A STUDY OF ETHICAL PROBLEMS (3 CR.)
    POL 5000 CLASH OF POLITICAL IDEAS: INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL THEORY
    (3 CR.)
    PSY 3200 HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT (3 CR.)
    PSY 3600 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY (3 CR.)
    SOC 3100 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY (3 CR.)
    SOC 3500 SOCIOLOGY OF THE FAMILY (3 CR.)
    SOC 3800 SOCIOLOGY OF GENDER (3 CR.)
    SPE 1200 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION (3 CR.)
    SPE 2500 SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION (3 CR.)
  • BIO 2800 BIOLOGY OF WOMEN (3 CR.)
    BIO 3700 HUMAN GENETICS (3 CR.)
    BIO 3900 THE BIOLOGY OF AGING (3 CR.)
    BIO 4900 PEOPLE AND THE ENVIRONMENT – BIOLOGICAL EMPHASIS (3 CR.)
    BIO 7000 THE SCIENCE OF NUTRITION (3 CR.)
    PHI 7300 LOGIC: THEORIES OF ARGUMENTATION (3 CR.)
    PSY 1100 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY (3 CR.)
    SCI 100 ISSUES AND ADVENTURES IN SCIENCE (COLLEGE NOW) (3 CR.)
    BIO 1100 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I (4 CR.)
    BIO 1200 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II (4 CR.)
    BIO 1300 GENERAL BIOLOGY I (4 CR.)
    BIO 1400 GENERAL BIOLOGY II (4 CR.)
    CS 1200 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING (4 CR.)
    CS 13A0 ADVANCED PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES (4 CR.)
    CHM 1100 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I (4 CR.)
    CHM 1200 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II (4 CR.)
    EPS 3100 METEOROLOGY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3200 OCEANOGRAPHY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3300 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3500 INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY (4 CR.)
    EPS 3600 PLANETOLOGY: A TRIP THROUGH THE SOLAR SYSTEM (4 CR.)
    EPS 3800 INTRODUCTION TO EARTH SCIENCE (4 CR.)
    MAT 900 COLLEGE ALGEBRA (3 CR.)
    MAT 1400 ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND PRE-CALCULUS MATHEMATICS (4 CR.)
    MAT 1500 CALCULUS I (4 CR.)
    MAT 1600 CALCULUS II (4 CR.)
    BA/MAT 2200 BUSINESS STATISTICS (4 CR.)
    BIO/MAT 9100 BIOSTATISTICS (4 CR.)
    PHY 1300 ADVANCED GENERAL PHYSICS I (4 CR.)
    PHY 1400 ADVANCED GENERAL PHYSICS II (4 CR.)
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