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Education-Secondary: History - AA

Fine Arts & Humanities

Contact: Charlene WIDENER Widenerc@hutchcc.edu (620)665-3544
Department Chair: Charlene WIDENER Widenerc@hutchcc.edu (620)665-3544

For course descriptions and course prerequisites, click on the course name.

Total Credit Hours

This degree requires 64 credit hours.

Requirements

Course Title Credits
BI101 General Biology 4

Basic biological principles and their relationship to humans. General education course for non-science majors. Not open to students with credit in any other college biology course except with department recommendation. This course is not recommended for individuals with an interest in majoring in science. Lecture and lab.

ED201 Introduction to Education 3

An examination of professional education for students considering a career in teaching including history and philosophy of education, legal and ethical issues, governance and finance issues.
Pre-Reqs: a GPA of 2.5 or higher

ED201L Introduction to Education Practicum 1

Practical experience observing and working as a student aide in a public school classroom using skills and theories addressed in ED201 Introduction to Education; development of a general understanding of the teaching profession through observation and practice which will provide a foundation for subsequent courses in education, and a career in education.
Pre-Reqs: a GPA of 2.5 or higher

EN102 English Composition II 3

Development of critical reading and writing skills, through the exploration of literary texts in thematic units, with additional emphasis on research and persuasive writing.
Pre-Reqs: EN101 English Composition IA with a grade of C or higher, or EN100 English Comp IB with a grade of C or higher

GE101 World Geography 3

Humanity's relationship to the environment with emphasis on location, climate, population, topography and regional economics.

GO100 American Government 3

American system of government with special emphasis on constitutional developments, structure and operation and the changing nature of federal government.

GO102 International Relations 3

Relationships among nations of the world with emphasis on the major nations and the basis of power.

HI101 American History 1492-1865 3

Economic, political, social and intellectual development of the United States to the end of the Civil War with emphasis on development and decline of slavery, political parties, Indian policy, international relations and individuals responsible for the policies.

HI102 American History 1865-Present 3

Economic, political, social and intellectual development of the United States from the Civil War to the present with emphasis on growth of democracy, free enterprise system, welfare programs, civil rights, needs and contributions of minority groups, foreign policy and national defense.

HI103 World History to 1600 3

History of the world from its origins to the 17th century.

HI104 World History since 1600 3

History of the world from the 17th century to the present.

MA106 College Algebra 3

Theory of equations, functions, inverse functions, complex numbers, determinants and matrices.
Pre-Reqs: Accuplacer Math Score of 81+, or ACT Math Score of 21 or higher, or MA105 Intermediate Algebra with a grade of C or higher

MA108 Elements of Statistics 3

Analysis of single variable and bivariable data; probability distribution; normal probability distributions; sampling distributions; statistical inference involving one and two populations; chi-square applications.
Pre-Reqs: MA106 College Algebra with a grade of C or higher, or MA109 Pre-Calculus Math with a grade of C or higher, or ACT Math Score of 23 to 36

PS100 General Psychology 3

A survey of the fundamental principles of behavior including physiological, perceptual, historical, methodological, learning, memory, development, motivational, emotional, social and applied perspectives.

PS102 Human Growth and Development 3

A survey of the theories of and current research into the psychological development of individuals from birth to death focusing on the progressive changes experienced in the physical, cognitive and social-emotional domains of life.
Pre-Reqs: PS100 General Psychology

SH101 Public Speaking 3

Principles and practices of oral communication that will help the student develop skills in communication and acquire an understanding of oral communication as a vital human skill and activity.

SO100 Fundamentals of Sociology 3

Development and interaction of the individual in society with consideration of the culture, structures, functions of societies, social groups and institutions with emphasis on social interaction and its relation to personality and human action.

Education-Secondary: History Art, Music or Theater Options 3
Course Title Credits
AR101 Art Appreciation 3.00

AR101H Honors Art Appreciation 3.00

MU101 Music Appreciation 3.00

MU101H Honors Music Appreciation 3.00

TH115 Theatre Appreciation 3.00

TH115H Honors Theatre Appreciation 3.00

Education-Secondary: History Literature/Philosophy Options 3
Course Title Credits
EN201 Introduction to Literature 3.00

EN201H Honors Introduction to Literature 3.00

PL101 Introduction to Philosophy 3.00

PL101H Honors Introduction to Philosophy 3.00-3.00

PL104 Ethics 3.00

PL104H Honors Ethics 3.00-3.00

English Composition I Option EN100/EN101 3
Course Title Credits
EN100 English Composition IB 3.00

EN101 English Composition IA 3.00

Necessary Skills Options 1
Course Title Credits
AR110 Drawing I 3.00

BU105 Introduction to Business 3.00

BU107 Personal Finance 3.00

BU118 Introduction to Leadership 3.00

BU120 Job Search/Retention 1.00

BU121 Customer Service/Professional Image 3.00

CC105 Infant and Toddler Development 3.00

ED105 Success Seminar/College Orientation 1.00

ED105H Honors Success Seminar/College Orientation 1.00

ED110 Career Decision Making 1.00

ED115 College Orientation and Career Exploration 2.00

ED126 Psychology of Happiness 2.00

ED201 Introduction to Education 3.00

ED201L Introduction to Education Practicum 1.00

HE202 Nutrition 3.00

HR105 Medical Terminology 3.00

IS100 Cybersecurity Application 3.00

IS103 Microcomputer Literacy 2.00

IS104 Microcomputer Applications 3.00

IS105 Advanced Microcomputer Applications 3.00

IS135 Essentials of Web Interaction 2.00

IS137 Website Ethics and Security 3.00

JL101 Introduction to Mass Communications 3.00

LE101 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3.00

PE105 Personal and Community Health 3.00

PE106 First Aid and CPR 2.00

PE122 Rhythms I 2.00

PE123 Rhythms II 2.00

PE124 Aquatic Fitness 1.00

PE126 Conditioning and Fitness Concepts I 1.00

PE127 Conditioning and Fitness Concepts II 1.00

PE130 Beginning Bowling 1.00

PE131 Advanced Bowling 1.00

PE140 Badminton/Tennis 1.00

PE141 Volleyball/Slow Pitch Softball 1.00

PE145 Golf 1.00

PE149 Handball and Racquetball 1.00

PE151 Social Dance-Beginning 1.00

PE156 Aerobic Dance 1.00

PE173 Fitness for Life 1.00

PE178 Yoga I 1.00

PE185 Introduction to Exercise Science 3.00

PE186 Aerobic Fitness I 1.00

PE187 Aerobic Fitness II 1.00

PE188 Aerobic Fitness III 1.00

PE189 Aerobic Fitness IV 1.00

RE106 Introduction to World Religions 3.00

SH122 Voice and Diction 3.00

SH210 Interpersonal Communication 3.00

SH220 Persuasive Communication 3.00

SH225 Argumentation and Advocacy 3.00

SO103 Stress Management 1.00

SO104 Assertiveness Training 2.00

TH118 Stagecraft 3.00

TH121 Advanced Acting 3.00

TH122 Voice and Diction 3.00

TH123 Theatre Practicum I 1.00

TR120 Work Ethics 3.00

Success Seminar/Orientation Options ED105/ED115 1
Course Title Credits
ED105 Success Seminar/College Orientation 1.00

ED105H Honors Success Seminar/College Orientation 1.00

ED115 College Orientation and Career Exploration 2.00

Electives

Additional Credits Required - 3

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