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ASTR 1 & ASTR 1L: Introduction to Astronomy 

BADM 5: Introduction to Business

BIOL 1: Environmental Biology

BIOL 2: Concepts of Biology

BIOL 20A:  Cell and Molecular Biology

BIOL 20B:  Evolution and Organismal Biology 

BIOL 4: Human Anatomy

BIOL 5: Physiology

BIOL 8: Microbiology

CHEM 1A and CHEM 1: Introductory Chemistry

CHEM 2A: General Chemistry I

CHEM 2B: General Chemistry II

CHLD 4: Child Growth and Development

CHLD 6: Child, Family, and Community

CHLD 9: Introduction to Early Childhood Curriculum

CHLD 20: Observation and Assessment

CHLD 25:  Teaching in A Diverse Society  

COMM 1: Elements of Public Speaking

COMM 3: Interpersonal Communications 

COMM 4:  Argumentation and Debate  

COMM 5:  Introduction to Communication Theory  

ENGL 1A: English Composition and Reading

ENGL 1C: Critical Thinking and Composition

  • A World of Ideas, 11th Edition by Lee Jacobus or
  • Approved OER Resources must have two components 1) Critical Thinking and Reading Concepts and
    Applications and 2) Reader/Readings of Critical Thinking Articles and Selections
  • Component 1 of 2
  • Component 2 of 2: An argument reader with selections similar to books with integrated readers such as
    World Ideas or Elements of Argument. Below is a brief suggested list of core works to use that are
    open-source:
    • Ancient Worlds – Plato, Aristotle, Cicero, Lao Tzu, Hsun Tzu (Xunzi), Mencius, Confucius,
      Sun Tzu, Thomas Aquinas
    • Renaissance to Enlightenment – Machiavelli, Hobbs, Kant, Locke, Rousseau, Descartes,
      Alexander Pope,
    • Religion & Philosophy - Guru Nanak Dev, Siddhartha Gautama, Martin Luther, Nietzsche
    • Early America –Douglass, Jefferson, Thomas Paine, Tocqueville, Franklin,
    • Transcendentalism – Emerson, Thoreau, Margaret Fuller
    • Gender – Woolf, Wollstonecraft, John Stuart Mills, Judith Butler, Margret Mead, Elizabeth
      Stanton Cady
    • Racism/Rights- Martin Luther King, Jr., Woodson, James Baldwin, Luther Standing Bear,
      Cornel West
    • Science – Darwin, Freud, Bacon, Newton, Jung, Copernicus
    • Other- Bill Bryson, Iris Murdoch, Hannah Arendt, Howard Gardener, Noam Chomsky, Marx,
      Kitaro Nishida, Bertrand Russell, Piaget, John Rawls, Michael Sandel, Helen Keller,  Ewe Steinhoff,
      William Deresiewicz, Jo Ann Citron, Robert Samuelson, Elisha Dov Hack (moral Code),
      Richard Hayes (Child Obesity)

GEOL 1L: Physical Geology 

OR 

GEOL 3: Natural Disasters 

HIST 2B: SURVEY OF U.S. HISTORY II: FROM THE END OF RECONSTRUCTION TO THE 21ST CENTURY

HUMA 4: Survey of Film

MATH 1: TRIGONOMETRY

MATH 2: (80061) NELSON RAMOS
 

MATH 3: (80071) PETER ESPERANZA

MATH 3: (80077) NELSON RAMOS

MATH 4A: CALCULUS I

MATH 4B: CALCULUS II

MATH 4C: CALCULUS III

MATH 5: COLLEGE MATH: FOR LIBERAL ARTS MAJORS

  • Lumen Learning: Mathematics for Liberal Arts

https://courses.lumenlearning.com/wmopen-mathforliberalarts/
MATH 55: INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

OCEA 1:  Introduction to the Marine Environment 

PHSC 2: Introduction to the Earth Science 

 

PHYS 2A: General Physics I: Mechanics of Solids and Fluids 

 

PHYS 2B: General Physics II: Electricity and Magnetism 

 

PSYC 1

OR

PSYC 2

SDEV 1: College Success

OR

SDEV 5: Career and Life Development

OR

SOCI 1: Introduction to Sociology