The NM General Education Common Core

  1. Communication……………………………………. 9 semester hours

ENG 102               (ENGL 1113) – English Composition……………………. 3

Select one course (see degree plan)………………………………………. 3

ENG 104               (ENGL 1123) – English Composition & Research

ENG 233               (ENGL 2113) – Technical Writing

Select one course (see degree plan)………………………………………. 3

COMM 101         (COMM 1213) – Interpersonal Communication

COMM 102         (COMM 1113) – Public Speaking

COMM 202         Dynamics of Group Behavior……………………………. 3

  1. Mathematics…………………………………….. 6-7 semester hours

*MATH 106         General Mathematics…………………………………….. 4

MATH 107           Intermediate Algebra…………………………………….. 3

*MATH 113         Mathematical Discovery…………………………………. 3

MATH 119           (MATH 1113) – College Algebra…………………………. 3

MATH 120           (MATH 1213) – Plane Trigonometry…………………… 3

MATH 124           (MATH 1614) – Calculus I…………………………………. 4

MATH 132           (MATH 1624) – Calculus II………………………………… 4

MATH 202           (MATH 2614) – Calculus III……………………………….. 4

MATH 261           Mathematical Concepts I………………………………… 3

STAT 213              (MATH 2313) Statistical Methods……………………… 4

STAT 215              (MATH 2414) Statistical Applications………………….. 4

* Note: MATH 106 and MATH 113 meet the general education requirements for many liberal arts bachelor degrees, but not for all. Students should consult with the degree requirements at the institution to which they intend to transfer before enrolling in MATH 106 or MATH 113.

III. Laboratory Sciences……………………………. 8 semester hours

Select one course……………………………………………………………….. 4

BIOL 110 + Lab   (ENVS 1114) – Intro to Wildlife and Fisheries

BIOL 113 + Lab   (BIOL 1113/1111) – Biology for General Education

BIOL 154 + Lab   (BIOL 1223/1221) – General Biology I

BIOL 155 + Lab   (BIOL 1213/1211) – General Biology II

BIOL 209 + Lab   (BIOL 2414) –

Anatomy and Physiology I

BIOL 210 + Lab   (BIOL 2424) – Anatomy and Physiology II

BIOL 214 + Lab   (BIOL 2513/2511) – Microbiology

Select one course……………………………………………………………….. 4

CHEM 113 + Lab (CHEM 1113/1111) – Chemistry for Today

CHEM 151 + Lab (CHEM 1213/1211) – General Chemistry I

CHEM 152 + Lab (CHEM 1223/1221) – General Chemistry II

GEOL 113 + Lab (ENVS 1113/1111) – The Geological Environment

GEOL 151 + Lab (GEOL 1113/1111) – Physical Geology

GEOL 152 + Lab (GEOL 1214/1211) – Historical Geology

PHYS 151 + Lab  (PHYS 1113/1111) – General Physics I

PHYS 152 + Lab  (PHYS 1123/1121) – General Physics II

PHYS 201 + Lab  (PHYS 1213/1211) – Physics I

PHYS 202 + Lab  (PHYS 1223/1221) – Physics II

PHYS 141 + Lab (ASTR 1113/1111) – Astronomy

Students must choose 15 hours from Area IV and V (a and b)

  1. Social and Behavioral Sciences…………………6-9 semester hours

Select at least two courses from different subject areas

ANTH 105            (ANTH 1113) – Introductory Anthropology………….. 3

ANTH 243            (ANTH 2113) – Cultural Anthropology…………………. 3

ECON 200            Survey of Economics………………………………………. 3

ECON 221            (ECON 2113) – Principles of Macro Economics……… 3

ECON 222            (ECON 2123) – Principles of Micro Economics………. 3

PSCI 101               (POLS 1113) – Introduction to Political Science……… 3

PSCI 102               (POLS 1123) – American National Government…….. 3

PSCI 103               (POLS 1213) – State and Local Government…………. 3

PSY 101                 (PSYC 1113) – Introductory Psychology………………. 3

SOC 101                (SOCI 1113) – Introductory Sociology…………………. 3

SOC 212                (SOCI 2113) – Contemporary Social Issues…………… 3

SOC 215                (SOCI 2213) – Marriage and the Family……………….. 3

Va. Humanities…………………………………… 3 – 6 semester hours

Select one course or two courses from different subject areas:

HIST 101               (HIST 1113) – Survey of US History to 1877………….. 3

HIST 102               (HIST 1123) – Survey of US History since 1877………. 3

HIST 121               (HIST 1053) – Survey of Western Civilization I………. 3

HIST 122               (HIST 1063) – Survey of Western Civilization II……… 3

HIST 203               (HIST 2113) – New Mexico History …………………….. 3

HUM 221             Introduction to World Humanities…………………….. 3

HUM 222             Introduction to Modern World Humanities…………. 3

PHIL 121               (PHIL 1113) – Introductory Philosophy……………….. 3

PHIL 131               (PHIL 1213) – Logic and Critical Thinking………………. 3

PHIL 211               (PHIL 2113) – Ethics………………………………………… 3

REL 107                 (RELI 1113) – Introduction to Religion………………… 3

REL 141                 (RELI 1223) – Western Religion………………………….. 3

REL 151                 (RELI 1213) – Eastern Religion…………………………… 3

ENG 211               (ENGL 2213) – Introduction to Literature…………….. 3

ENG 215               (ENGL 2313) – Poetry……………………………………… 3

ENG 216               (ENGL 2323) – Novel……………………………………….. 3

ENG 217               (ENGL 2343) – Short Story………………………………… 3

ENG 221               (ENGL 2413) – British Literature Survey I…………….. 3

ENG 222               (ENGL 2423) – British Literature Survey II……………. 3

ENG 251               (ENGL 2513) – Survey of American Literature I…….. 3

ENG 252               (ENGL 2523) – Survey of American Literature II……. 3

ENG 270               (ENGL 2653) – Survey of Twentieth Century (Modern)

Literature…………………………………………………….. 3

ENG 282               (ENGL 2723) – Hispanic American Literature………… 3

Foreign Languages:

SPAN 101/102    (SPAN 1114/1124)………………………………………….. 4

Vb. Fine Arts  …………………………………………. 3 semester hours

Select one course

ART 131                (ARTS 1113) – Art Appreciation…………………………. 3

ART 265                (ARTS 2113) – Art History I……………………………….. 3

ART 266                (ARTS 2123) – Art History II………………………………. 3

MUS 101              (MUSI 1213) – Music Reading…………………………… 3

MUS 113              (MUSI 1113) – Music Appreciation

MUS 125              (MUSI 1313) – Music History…………………………….. 3

THTR 111              (THTR 1113) – Theatre Appreciation…………………… 3

In addition to the General Education Common Core (GECC), ENMU-Roswell requires students to successfully complete the following courses for an associate of arts degree. These courses typically transfer as part of a student’s requirements or electives for a bachelor’s degree.

  1. Physical Education……………………………… 2 semester hours

Select:

HPE 141                Exercise and Wellness Education………………………. 2

Two HPE activity courses………………………………………………………. 1

VII. Computer Literacy…………………………….. 3 semester hours

Select one course:

CIT 151                  Basic Computer Skills II…………………………………… 3

With consent of the appropriate assistant vice president:

CIT 263 or 274

VIII. Academic Studies…………………………………… 3 semester hours

UNIV 101             Principles of Student Success…………………………… 3

Electives              ………………………………………….. 15 semester hours