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Fort Lewis College

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Last Updated: 2021-07-21



Fort Lewis College Passport Block

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ORAL COMMUNICATION

 Students will take one course from this list:

 

Courses in Oral Communication

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

HIST

150

World Civilization I

HIST

151

World Civilization II

HIST

160

Western Civilization I

HIST

181

US/SW Environmental History

HIST

261

Western Civilization II

HIST

270

Colonial Latin America

HIST

271

Modern Latin America

HIST

280

US History to 1877

HIST

281

US History Since 1877




WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

 Students must take two courses from this list, either a 100- and a 200- level course.

 

 

 

Courses in Courses in Written Communication

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

COMP

150

Rhetoric and Research

COMP

250

Academic Inquiry and Writing

COMP

252

Professional and Technical Writing

COMP

253

Action Research

COMP

254

Writing in the Disciplines

ENGL

268

Reading Texts/Writing Texts

SOC

210

Ethnography and Writing




QUANTITATIVE LITERACY

 Students must take one course from this list.

 

Courses in Courses in Quantitative Literacy

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

MATH

105

College Mathematics

MATH

112

Algebra for Calculus with SAI

MATH

113

Algebra for Calculus

MATH

121

Pre-Calculus

MATH

132

Introduction to Statistics

MATH

221

Calculus I

MATH

222

Calculus II




NATURAL SCIENCES

Students will take one course from each list (Life Sciences, Physical Sciences)(note: one course from the Life Sciences or Physical Sciences must have a lab):

 

Courses in Courses in Life Sciences

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

ANTH

236

Introduction to Biological Anthropology

ANTH

246

Human Biological Variation

BIO

110

Modern Issues in Environmental Biology

BIO

202

Plants and Human Affairs

BIO

234

Human Physiology

BIO

250

Ecology of the Southwest

BIO

125

Conservation Biology

BIO

140

Introduction to Human Disease

CHEM

123

Chemistry for Consumers

CHEM

125

Environmental Chemistry


Courses in Courses in Physical Science

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

CHEM

150

Fundamentals of Chemistry I: Atoms and Molecules

CHEM

151

Fundamentals of Chemistry II: Chemical Reaction

GEOG

235

Weather and Climate

GEOL

170

Earth Shock

GEOL

105

Earth and the Environment

GEOL

107

Earth Systems Science

GEOL

113

Physical Geology

PHYS

106

How Our World Works

PHYS

146

Introduction to Astronomy with Lab

PHYS

217

Physics-Science and Engineering I

PHYS

145

Introduction to Astronomy




HUMAN CULTURES

Students must take one course from this list:

 

Courses in Courses in Human Cultures

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

ANTH

151

Introduction to Anthropology

ANTH

171

World Prehistory

ANTH

210

Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology

ED

222

Education: Global Perspectives

ENVS

100

Introduction to Environmental Studies

GEOG

110

World Regional Geography

GSS

101

Introduction to Gender and Sexuality Studies

NAIS

110

Introduction to Native American and Indigenous Studies

NAIS

280

Contemporary Issues of Native Nations

PSYC

157

Introduction to Psychology

SOC

100

Introduction to Sociology

SOC

279

Race, Ethnicity, Gender, Class




CRITICAL THINKING

Students must take one course from this list:

 

Courses in Courses in Critical Thinking

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

HIST

150

World Civilization I

HIST

151

World Civilization II

HIST

160

Western Civilization I

HIST

181

US/SW Environmental History

HIST

261

Western Civilization II

HIST

270

Colonial Latin America

HIST

271

Modern Latin America

HIST

280

US History to 1877

HIST

281

US History Since 1877

NAIS

123

Native American History




CREATIVE EXPRESSION

Students must take two courses from this list:

 

Courses in Courses in Creative Expression

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

ART

262

Art History I: Ancient World to Middle Ages

ART

263

Art History II: Renaissance to Modern World

BL

101

Music and Borderlands: Beginning Spanish

ENGL

116

Media Literacy

ENGL

174

African-American Literature

ENGL

175/GSS 175

Women's Literature

ENGL

176

Native American Literature

ENGL

180

Literature of the Environment

ENGL

231

British Literature to 1800

ENGL

232

British Literature since 1800

ENGL

245

Survey of American Literature I: Beginning to 1865

ENGL

246

Survey of American Literature II: 1865 to Present

ENGL

265

Semantics

ENGL

270

History of the Film

MU

101

The Musical Experience

MU

102

Blues/Jazz/Rock

MU

120

Fundamentals of Music

PEAC

101

Introduction to Peace and War

PHIL

141

Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL

142

Ethics

PHIL

252

Environmental Ethics

PHIL

270

Ancient Greek Philosophy

THEA

101

Introduction to Theatre

THEA

126

Introduction to Dance

THEA

240

Ancient and Classical Theatre




TEAMWORK AND VALUE SYSTEMS

Students are required to take FLC 100 First Year Launch: Topics. Students must also take one other course from the rest of the list.

 

Courses in Teamwork and Value Systems

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

ANTH

151

Introduction to Anthropology

ANTH

171

World Prehistory

ANTH

210

Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology

ECON

262

Principles of Microeconomics

ECON

272

Principles of Macroeconomics

ED

222

Education: Global Perspectives

ENVS

100

Introduction to Environmental Studies

FLC

100

First-Year Launch: Topics

GEOG

110

World Regional Geography

GSS

101

Introduction to Gender and Sexuality Studies

NAIS

110

Introduction to Native American and Indigenous Studies

NAIS

280

Contemporary Issues of Native Nations

PS

101

Introduction to Political Science

PS

110

U.S. National Government

PS

121

Introduction to International Politics

PS

180

Introduction to Comparative Politics

PS

232

Global Environmental Politics

PS

241

Introduction to Criminal Justice

PS

288

Introduction to Environmental Policy

PSYC

157

Introduction to Psychology

SOC

100

Introduction to Sociology

SOC

279

Race, Ethnicity, Gender, Class




HUMAN SOCIETY AND THE INDIVIDUAL

Students must take one course from this list:

 

Courses in Courses in Human Society and the Individual

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

ANTH

151

Introduction to Anthropology

ANTH

171

World Prehistory

ANTH

210

Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology

ECON

262

Principles of Microeconomics

ECON

272

Principles of Macroeconomics

ED

222

Education: Global Perspectives

ENVS

100

Introduction to Environmental Policy

GEOG

110

World Regional Geography

GSS

101

Introduction to Gender and Sexuality Studies

NAIS

110

Introduction to Native American and Indigenous Studies

NAIS

280

Contemporary Issues of Native Nations

PS

101

Introduction to Political Science

PS

110

U.S. National Government

PS

121

Introduction to International Politics

PS

180

Introduction to Comparative Politics

PS

232

Global Environmental Politics

PS

241

Introduction to Criminal Justice

PS

288

Introduction to Environmental Policy

PSYC

157

Introduction to Psychology

SOC

100

Introduction to Sociology

SOC

279

Race, Ethnicity, Gender, Class





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