South Georgia State College

Core Area D (non-Science or Math)

AREA D - Science, Mathematics, Technology (non-Science or Math)  
General Education Outcomes:
• Students will use reasoning and methods of inquiry to critically analyze data, solve problems, and explain natural phenomena.
 
Choose one of the following:
BIOL 1010K (Introduction to Biology I - 4 Hours)
CHEM 1211K (Principles of Chemistry I - 4 Hours)
PHYS 1111K (Introductory Physics I - 4 Hours)
4 Hours
Choose one of the following:
ASTR 1010/ASTR 1010L  (Astronomy of the Solar System - 3 Hours and Laboratory for Astronomy of the Solar System - 1 Hour)
ASTR 1020/ASTR 1020L (Stellar and Galactic Astronomy - 3 Hours and Laboratory for Stellar and Galactic Astronomy - 1 Hour)
BIOL 1010K (Introduction to Biology I - 4 Hours)
BIOL 1020K (Introduction to Biology II - 4 Hours)
BIOL 2000/BIOL 2000L (Introductory Botany - 3 Hours and Laboratory for Introductory Botany - 1 Hour)
CHEM 1211K (Principles of Chemistry I - 4 Hours)
CHEM 1212K (Principles of Chemistry II - 4 Hours)
PHSC 1011/PHSC 1011L (Foundations of Physical Science - 3 Hours and Laboratory for Foundations of Physical Science - 1 Hour)
PHYS 1111K (Introductory Physics I - 4 Hours)
PHYS 1112K (Introductory Physics II - 4 Hours)
SCIE 1111/SCIE 1111L (Environmental Science-Energy, Air, and Water Resources - 3 Hours and Laboratory for Environmental Science–Energy, Air, and Water Resources - 1 Hour)
SCIE 1121/SCIE 1121L (Environmental Science–Earth and Biological Resources - 3 Hours and Laboratory for Environmental Science–Earth and Biological Resources - 1 Hours)
4 Hours
One additional science core curriculum course (from the list above) or MATH 2280 (Introduction to Statistics) 3-4 Hours
  11-12 Hours