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Courses that Satisfy Academic Breadth Prerequisites

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UW Bothell

Courses that Satisfy Academic Breadth Prerequisites

Art – 1 course

  • BIS 121 Introduction to Drawing A&H 
  • BIS 132 Introduction to Photography A&H 
  • BIS 133 Introduction to Acting A&H 
  • BIS 134 Introduction to Dance A&H 
  • BIS 135 Introduction to Painting A&H 
  • BISIA 230 Performing Arts Techniques A&H
  • BISIA 240 Visual and Media Arts Techniques A&H 
  • BISIA 250 Photography as Art A&H 
  • BISIA 283 Interdisciplinary Art Techniques A&H 
  • BISIA 340 Visual and Media Arts Workshop A&H

English Language Arts – 2 courses

Composition (1 course)

  • B WRIT 133 Composition Stretch II C 
  • B WRIT 134 Composition C

Literature (1 course)

  • BIS 206 Engaging Literary Arts A&H 
  • BIS 301 Narrative Forms A&H 
  • BIS 361 Studies in American Literature A&H 
  • BIS 370 Nineteenth-Century American Literature A&H 
  • BIS 371 Twentieth-Century American Literature A&H 
  • BIS 379 American Ethnic Literatures A&H/SSc, DIV 
  • BIS 387 Women and American Literature A&H 
  • BIS 388 Literature in Translation A&H 
  • BIS 389 American Indian Literature A&H/SSc
  • BIS 407 Children’s Literature and Reader Response Criticism A&H 
  • BIS 455 Literature & Sexuality A&H/SSc 
  • BIS 481 Modernism, Postmodernism, and American Literature A&H 
  • BIS 486 Studies in Women and Literature A&H 
  • BIS 487 Topics in American Literature A&H 
  • BIS 488 Topics in British Literature A&H 
  • BISCLA 384 Literary and Popular Genres A&H

Mathematics – 1 course

  • B EDUC 170 Math for Elementary Teachers NSc

Science – 2 courses

Reduced from 3 courses – new requirement in effect for Spring 2024 cohort.

Courses must be from different science categories:

Life Science

  • RECOMMENDED B EDUC 240 Science & Engineering for an Ethical and Just Society NSc, DIV LAB 
  • BIS 241 Nature in the Northwest NSc 
  • BIS 243 Introduction to Environmental Issues SSc/NSc 
  • BIS 306 Marine Diversity and Conservation SSc/NSc
  • BIS 381 The History of Life SSc/NSc, RSN 
  • BIS 390 Ecology & the Environment NSc
  • BES 312 Ecology NSc 
  • B BIO 130 Introduction to Marine Life NSc 
  • B BIO 180 Introductory Biology I NSc LAB 
  • B BIO 231/BISSTS 231 Genes, Genomes and Heredity SSc/NSc 
  • B BIO 285/BIS 285 Seminar in Biology SSc/NSc 

Earth or Space Science

  • RECOMMENDED B EDUC 241 Time in Socio-Ecological Systems: Sun, Moon, Clocks, and Contaminants NSc, DIV LAB 
  • BEARTH 153 Introduction to Geology NSc  
  • BEARTH 154 Introduction to Oceanography NSc 
  • BEARTH 155 Introduction to Climate Science SSc/NSc 
  • B PHYS 101 Introduction to Astronomy (NSc, RSN 
  • B PHYS 201 The Cosmos NSc, RSN 

Physical Science

  • RECOMMENDED B EDUC 241 Time in Socio-Ecological Systems: Sun, Moon, Clocks, and Contaminants NSc, DIV LAB 
  • BIS 250 How Things Work: Motion and Mechanics SSc/NSc 
  • B CHEM 110/BST 110 Chemistry & Life NSc 
  • B CHEM 115 Introductory Chemistry I NSc, RSN LAB 
  • B CHEM 139 General Chemistry Prep NSc 
  • B PHYS 114 General Physics: Mechanics NSc, RSN LAB (if taken with B PHYS 117)

Social Studies – 2 courses

United States History (1 course)

  • RECOMMENDED: B EDUC 242 U.S. History and the Enduring War For Control of K-12 Curriculum: From Invasion to Insurrection SSc, DIV, W
  • BIS 256 Introduction to African American Studies SSc, DIV 
  • BIS 257 Introduction to Asian American Studies SSc, DIV 
  • BIS 258 Introduction to United States Latina/Latino Studies SSc, DIV 
  • BIS 266 United States History to 1865 SSc 
  • BIS 267 United States History from 1865 SSc 
  • BIS 326 Race, Space, and Segregation SSc 
  • BIS 327 History of U.S. Labor Institutions SSc
  •  BIS 336 History of Mass Incarceration in the US SSc 
  • BIS 424 Pacific Northwest History SSc 
  • BIS 425 Topics in U.S. Social and Political History SSc 
  • BISAES 305 Power, Dissent, and American Culture SSc/A&H, DIV 
  • BISAES 363 Conflict and Connection in the Americas SSc 
  • BISAES 364 Public Memory and Dissent in American Culture A&H/SSc

United States Government or Civics, Geography, or Economics (1 course)

  • BIS 175 Introduction to American Government SSc 
  • BIS 180 Introduction to Human Geography
  • BIS 200/B BUS 220 Introduction to Microeconomics SSc, RSN 
  • BIS 218 The Power of Maps SSc 
  • BIS 242 Environmental Geography SSc/NSc 
  • BIS 280 U.S. Political Processes SSc 
  • BIS 314 Topics in Geography SSc 
  • BIS 320 Comparative Political Economies SSc 
  • BIS 416 U.S. Constitutional Law SSc 
  • BIS 443 Educational Policy and the American Economy SSc 

Bellevue College

Courses that Satisfy Academic Breadth Prerequisites

Art – 1 course

  • ART 111 Design Color
  • ART 112 Three-Dimensional Design
  • ART 120 Drawing I
  • ART 150 Basic Photo I
  • ART 154 Introduction to Digital Photography
  • ART 230 Beginning Printmaking
  • ART 240 Oil Painting
  • ART 245 Watercolor I
  • ART 247 Watercolor II
  • ART 260 Basic Ceramics I
  • ART 280 Sculpture
  • DANCE 130 Jazz Technique I
  • DANCE 140 Ballet Technique I
  • DANCE 151 Contemporary Dance I
  • DANCE 152 Contemporary Dance II
  • DANCE 170 Tap Technique I
  • DRMA 151 Basic Acting: Fundamentals
  • DRMA 154 Musical Theatre Acting Fundamentals
  • DRMA 159 Basic Acting Movement
  • DRMA 161 Acting for Film & Media  
  • DRMA 215 Scene Design
  • DRMA 251 Acting Contemporary Scene Study
  • DRMA 256 Shakespearean Scene Study
  • DRMA 280 Studio Theater I
  • DRMA 284 Musical Theatre Performance I
  • DRMA 285 Musical Theatre Performance II
  • MUSC 100 Concert Choir I
  • MUSC 101 Community Symphonies
  • MUSC 102 Community Band
  • MUSC 106 Jazz Band
  • MUSC 107 Fundamentals of Music
  • MUSC 109 Vocal Jazz & Recording Ensemble
  • MUSC 120 Class Voice Vocal Group Instruction
  • MUSC 130 Group Piano Instruction I
  • MUSC 135 Beginning Guitar
  • MUSC 136 Intermediate Guitar 
  • MUSC 140 First-Year Private Instruction I
  • MUSC 143 First-Year Private Instruction II
  • MUSC 156 Audio Engineering & Production I

English Language Arts – 2 courses

Composition (1 course)

  • ENGL& 101 English Composition I

Literature (1 course)

  • ENGL& 111 Introduction to Literature I
  • ENGL& 112 Introduction to Fiction
  • ENGL 210 Introduction to European Literature
  • ENGL 219 World Literature I
  • ENGL 221 Popular Literature
  • ENGL 223 Children’s Literature
  • ENGL& 244 Shakespeare I
  • ENGL 226 Literature & Current Issues I
  • ENGL 228 Historical Perspectives in Literature I
  • ENGL& 244 American Literature I
  • ENGL& 245 American Literature II 
  • ENGL& 246 American Literature III
  • ENGL 260 American Literature: Harlem Renaissance
  • ENGL 261 American Literature: Essential Black Voices
  • ENGL 266 English Literature: 20th-Century Writers
  • ENGL 276 Women Writers

Mathematics – 1 course

  • MATH& 131 Math for Elementary Education I
  • MATH& 132 Math for Elementary Education II

Science – 2 courses

Reduced from 3 courses – new requirement in effect for Spring 2024 cohort.

Courses must be from different science categories:

Life Science

  • BIOL& 100 Survey of Biology
  • BIOL 108 Human Biology LAB 
  • BIOL 125 Survey of Human Diseases
  • BIOL 150 Marine Biology LAB 
  • BIOL& 160 General Biology w/Lab LAB 
  • BOTAN 110 Introductory Plant Biology 
  • BOTAN 113 Plant Identification and Classification
  • BOTAN 120 Introduction to Mycology

Earth or Space Science

  • ASTR& 100 Survey of Astronomy 
  • ASTR& 101 Introduction to Astronomy
  • ENVS& 100 Survey of Environmental Science
  • ENVS 207 Field & Laboratory Environmental Science LAB 
  • GEOL& 101 Introduction to Physical Geology LAB 
  • GEOL 103 Evolution of the Earth LAB 
  • GEOL 107 Geologic Catastrophes
  • GEOL& 208 Geology of the Pacific NW LAB 
  • METR 101 Introduction to the Weather
  • METR 111 Global Warming: Causes and Consequences
  • OCEA& 101 Introduction to Oceanography LAB 
  • OCEA 110/ENVS 110 Environmental Oceanography

Physical Science

  • CHEM 100 Chemical Explorations 
  • CHEM& 110 Chemical Concepts LAB 
  • CHEM& 121 Introduction to Chemistry 
  • CHEM& 140 General Chemistry Preparation LAB 
  • PHYS& 100 Physics – Basic Concepts 
  • PHYS 104 Discoveries in Physics
  • PHYS 105 Light and Color
  • PHYS 109 Science for Information Technology
  • PHYS& 114 General Physics I
  • PHYS 121 General Engineering Physics I
  • PHYS 225 Modern Physics

Social Studies – 2 courses

United States History (1 course)

  • CES 140 Introduction to African American Studies
  • CES 150 Introduction to Asian American Studies 
  • CES 170 Introduction to Latinx Studies 
  • CES 181 Muslims in America
  • CES 257 Queer Studies
  • HIST& 146 US History I
  • HIST& 147 US History II
  • HIST& 148 US History III
  • HIST 150 African American History
  • HIST& 214 Pacific Northwest History
  • HIST 246 History of Immigration to the US
  • HIST 250 U.S. Military History

United States Government or Civics, Geography, or Economics (1 course)

  • ECON 100 Introduction to Basic Economic Principles
  • ECON& 201 Microeconomics
  • ECON& 202 Macroeconomics
  • ECON 260 Economic Development of the U.S.
  • GEOG& 100 Introduction to Geography
  • GEOG 102 World Regional Geography
  • GEOG 105 Geography of World Affairs
  • GEOG 123 Introduction to Globalization
  • GEOG& 200 Human Geography
  • GEOG 250 Geography of the Pacific Northwest
  • GEOG 258 Intro to Mapping & Geographic Information System
  • POLS 160 Introduction to American Political Culture
  • POLS& 202 American Government

Cascadia College

Courses that Satisfy Academic Breadth Prerequisites

Art – 1 course

  • ART 110 2-Dimensional Design
  • ART 120 Introduction to Graphic Design
  • ART 121 Drawing
  • DRMA& 101 Introduction To Theatre
  • DRMA 151 Introduction to Acting
  • DRMA 152 Acting – Scene Study 
  • DRMA 153 Performance Production

English Language Arts – 2 courses

Composition (1 course)

  • ENGL& 101 English Composition I

Literature (1 course)

  • ENGL& 111 Introduction to Literature 
  • ENGL 211 Literary Genres and Traditions
  • ENGL& 244 U.S. Literature I
  • ENGL& 245 U.S. Literature II
  • ENGL& 254 World Literature I
  • ENGL& 255 World Literature II

Mathematics – 1 course

  • MATH& 131 Math for Elementary Education I
  • MATH& 132 Math for Elementary Education I

Science – 2 courses

Reduced from 3 courses – new requirement in effect for Spring 2024 cohort.

Courses must be from different science categories:

Life Science

  • BIOL 120 Survey of the Kingdoms LAB
  • BIOL 165 Life: Origins and Adaptations 
  • BIOL& 170 Human Biology
  • BIOL& 211 Majors Cellular LAB
  • ENVS& 101 Intro to Environmental Science LAB
  • ENVS 120 Wetland Conservation
  • ENVS 150 Themes & Methods in Environmental
  • ENVS 210 Ecology of Puget Sound Bioregion LAB
  • ENVS 220 Wetland Ecology LAB

Earth or Space Science

  • ASTR& 100 Survey of Astronomy
  • ASTR& 101 Introduction to Astronomy LAB
  • ASTR& 115 Stars, Galaxies and Cosmos 
  • ATMS 101 The Science of Weather
  • NSCI 101 Evolution of Earth Systems
  • GEOL& 101 Intro to Physical Geology LAB 
  • OCEA& 101 Intro to Oceanography LAB

Physical Science

  • CHEM& 105 Chemical Concepts: Your Global Environment
  • CHEM& 121 Intro to Chemistry LAB 
  • CHEM& 139 General Chemistry Preparation
  • CHEM& 161 General Chemistry I LAB
  • ENGR 120 Introduction to Computer Aided Design LAB
  • ENGR 131 Introduction to Engineering 
  • ENGR 240 Applied Numerical Methods
  • PHYS& 100 Physics for Non-Science Majors
  • PHYS& 114 General Physics with Lab I LAB
  • PHYS& 221 Engineering Physics I LAB

Social Studies – 2 courses

United States History (1 course)

  • HIST& 146 United States History I
  • HIST& 147 United States History II
  • HIST& 148 United States History III
  • HIST 150 Multicultural United States History
  • HIST& 214 Pacific Northwest History
  • HIST 262 US Foreign Relations in the 20th Century

United States Government or Civics, Geography, or Economics (1 course)

  • ECON&201 Microeconomics
  • GEOG 120 Introduction to Physical Geography
  • GEOG& 250 Geography of the Pacific Northwest
  • POLS&101 Introduction to Political Science
  • POLS&200 Introduction to Law
  • POLS&202 American Government
  • POLS 206 State & Local Government
  • POLS 213 Women and Politics

Edmonds College

Courses that Satisfy Academic Breadth Prerequisites

Art – 1 course

  • ART 101 Drawing I
  • ART 111 2-Dimensional Design
  • ART 150 Painting I: CD
  • ART 160 Printmaking CD
  • ART 170 Pottery I: CD
  • ART 180 Sculpture
  • ART 181 Ceramic Sculpture: CD
  • ART 225 Introduction to Graphic Design
  • DRMA& 101 Introduction To Theater
  • MUSC 101 Music Fundamentals I 
  • MUSC 111 Class Guitar
  • MUSC 112 Class Guitar
  • MUSC 113 Class Guitar
  • MUSC 114 Class Piano
  • MUSC 115 Class Piano
  • MUSC 116 Class Piano
  • MUSC 117 Class Voice
  • MUSC 118 Class Voice
  • MUSC 119 Class Voice
  • MUSC 211 Class Guitar
  • MUSC 212 Class Guitar
  • MUSC 213 Class Guitar
  • MUSC 214 Class Piano
  • MUSC 215 Class Piano
  • MUSC 216 Class Piano
  • MUSC 217 Class Voice
  • MUSC 218 Class Voice
  • MUSC 219 Class Voice
  • PHOTO 101 Black and White Photography I 
  • PHOTO 103 Color and Digital Photography

English Language Arts – 2 courses

Composition (1 course)

  • ENGL& 101 English Composition I 
  • ENGL& 102 Composition II

Literature (1 course)

  • ENGL& 111 Introduction to Literature 
  • ENGL 125 Reading Today’s Authors
  • ENGL 185 Sports in Literature
  • ENGL& 244 American Literature I 
  • ENGL& 245 American Literature II
  • ENGL& 246 American Literature III

Mathematics – 1 course

None – may take B EDUC 170 at UW Bothell

Science – 2 courses

Reduced from 3 courses – new requirement in effect for Spring 2024 cohort.

Courses must be from different science categories:

Life Science

  • BIOL& 100 Survey of Biology LAB 
  • BIOL 105 Western Washington Ecology LAB
  • BIOL 106 Marine Biology LAB
  • BIOL& 175 Human Biology LAB
  • BIOL& 211 Majors Cellular LAB

Earth or Space Science

  • ASTR& 110 The Solar System LAB
  • ASTR 120 Stars and Galaxies
  • ENVS& 101 Intro to Environmental Science LAB
  • ENVS 105 Weather LAB
  • GEOL& 101 Intro to Physical Geology LAB
  • OCEA& 101 Intro to Oceanography LAB

Physical Science

  • CHEM& 110 Chemical Concepts LAB 
  • CHEM& 121 Intro to Chemistry LAB 
  • CHEM& 139 General Chemistry Preparation
  • ENGR 111 Introduction to Engineering 1: Modeling and Analysis
  • ENGR 121 Introduction to Engineering 2: Design
  • PHYS& 110 Physics for Non-Science Majors LAB
  • PHYS& 114 General Physics with Lab I LAB
  • PHYS& 221 Engineering Physics I LAB

Social Studies – 2 courses

United States History (1 course)

  • ECON 130 American Economic History:CD
  • HIST 104/DIVST 117 African-American History to 1865:CD
  • HIST 105/DIVST 118 African-American History 1865-1945:CD
  • HIST 106/DIVST 119 African-American History from 1945:CD
  • HIST& 146 United States History I
  • HIST& 147 United States History II
  • HIST& 148 United States History III
  • HIST& 214 Pacific Northwest History

United States Government or Civics, Geography, or Economics (1 course)

  • ECON 120 General Economics
  • ECON&201 Microeconomics 
  • ECON&202 Macroeconomics
  • GEOG& 100 Introduction to Geography
  • GEOG& 207 Economic Geography
  • POLS&101 Introduction to Political Science
  • POLS& 202 American Government
  • POLS 206 State and Local Government

Everett Community College

Courses that Satisfy Academic Breadth Prerequisites

Art – 1 course

  • ART 110 Design I: Two-dimensional Visual Foundations
  • ART 111 Design II: 3 Dimensional
  • ART 115 Drawing I
  • ART 123 Introduction to Studio Art
  • ART 140 Kiln Formed Glass I
  • ART 210 Studio Workshop
  • ART 230 Glassblowing I
  • ART 240 Printmaking I
  • ART 270 Ceramics I: Handbuilding and Foundations
  • DRMA 100 Rehearsal, Production and Performance
  • DRMA 102 Beginning Acting
  • DRMA 121 Acting Styles
  • DRMA 130 Improvisation and Sketch Comedy
  • MUSC 117 Class Piano – Elementary, Intermediate
  • MUSC 124 Class Voice I
  • MUSC 126 Singing on Stage
  • MUSC 128 Class Guitar
  • MUSC 217 Private Instruction in Composition and Improvisation
  • PHOTO 110 Introduction to Digital Photography

English Language Arts – 2 courses

Composition (1 course)

  • ENGL& 101 English Composition I

Literature (1 course)

  • ENGL& 111 Introduction to Literature
  • ENGL 120D Native American Literature
  • ENGL 171 Special Topics in Language and Literature
  • ENGL 175D Introduction to African American Literature and Culture
  • ENGL 180 American Working-Class Literature
  • ENGL 183 Children’s Literature
  • ENGL 203 Young Adult Literature
  • ENGL& 224 Shakespeare I
  • ENGL& 225 Shakespeare II
  • ENGL 229 Survey of British Literature
  • ENGL 233 Modern British Literature
  • ENGL 240 Introduction to American Literature
  • ENGL& 246 American Literature III
  • ENGL 251 Myth and Literature of Greece and Rome
  • ENGL 252 Medieval and Renaissance Literature
  • ENGL 253 Modern European Literature
  • ENGL& 254 World Literature I: Themes 
  • ENGL 263 The Holocaust in Literature

Mathematics – 1 course

None – may take B EDUC 170 at UW Bothell

Science – 2 courses

Reduced from 3 courses – new requirement in effect for Spring 2024 cohort.

Courses must be from different science categories:

Life Science

  • BIOL& 100 Survey of Biology LAB
  • BIOL 105 Disease in Modern Society
  • BIOL 107 Life Science for Everybody LAB
  • BIOL 130 Marine Biology LAB
  • BIOL 142 Topics in Ecology
  • BIOL& 211 Majors Cellular LAB
  • BOT 113 Plants of the Pacific Northwest LAB

Earth or Space Science

  • ATM S 101 Weather LAB
  • ASTR& 100 Survey of Astronomy
  • ASTR& 101 Introduction to Astronomy LAB
  • ASTR& 115 Stars, Galaxies and Cosmos LAB
  • ASTR 122 Life in the Universe LAB
  • ENVS& 100 Survey of Environmental Science: Sustaining Our Earth 
  • ENVS& 101 Introduction to Environmental Science LAB
  • GEOL 102 Introduction to Geological Science I LAB
  • GEOL& 103 Historical Geology LAB
  • GEOL 104 Introduction to Geological Science II LAB
  • GEOL 106 Survey of Earth Science LAB
  • GEOL 107 Earth Science for Everybody LAB
  • GEOL 108 Geological Natural Disasters – Living with the Earth LAB
  • GEOL& 110 Environmental Geology LAB
  • GEOL 190 Regional Geoscience Field Exploration LAB
  • GEOL& 208 Geology of the Pacific NW LAB
  • OCEA& 101 Introduction to Oceanography LAB 

Physical Science

  • CHEM& 121 Introduction to Chemistry LAB
  • CHEM& 140 General Chemistry Prep LAB
  • CHEM& 161 General Chemistry I LAB
  • PHYS 102 Concepts and Connections LAB
  • PHYS& 114 General Physics I LAB 
  • NAT S 107 Physical Science for Everybody LAB

Social Studies – 2 courses

United States History (1 course)

  • HIST& 146 US History I
  • HIST& 147 US History II
  • HIST& 148 US History III
  • HIST 170D Multicultural American History
  • HIST 210 The Vietnam War
  • HIST& 214 Pacific Northwest History
  • HIST& 215D Women in U.S. History
  • HUM 180 Introduction to Latinos in the United States
  • HUM 210 Introduction to Women’s Lives in the United States

United States Government or Civics, Geography, or Economics (1 course)

  • ECON 101D Understanding Economics  
  • ECON& 201 Micro Economics
  • ECON& 202 Macro Economics
  • GEOG 101 Introduction to Geography 
  • GEOG 102D World Regional Geography  
  • GEOG 200 Economic Geography
  • GEOG 205 Physical Geography
  • GEOG 220 Geography of Asia
  • GEOG 230 Political Geography
  • GEOG 240 Geography of the Pacific Northwest
  • POLS& 101 Introduction to Political Science
  • POLS& 202 American Government
  • POLS 205 State and Local Politics

Lake Washington Institute of Technology

Courses that Satisfy Academic Breadth Prerequisites

Art – 1 course

  • ART 102 Design I
  • ART 104 Color for Creatives
  • ART 111 Beginning Painting for Non Art Majors
  • ART 121 Introduction to Drawing
  • ART 124 Introduction to Printmaking

English Language Arts – 2 courses

Composition (1 course)

  • ENGL&101 English Composition I
  • ENGL&102 English Composition II

Literature (1 course)

  • ENGL& 111 Introduction to Literature I

Mathematics – 1 course

  • MATH& 131 Math for Elementary Education I

Science – 2 courses

Reduced from 3 courses – new requirement in effect for Spring 2024 cohort.

Courses must be from different science categories:

Life Science

  • BIOL& 100 Survey of Biology LAB 
  • BIOL& 160 General Biology LAB 
  • BIOL& 175 Human Biology LAB 
  • HORT 111 Botany

Earth or Space Science

  • ENVS& 101 Introduction to Environmental Science LAB 
  • GEOL& 101 Introduction to Physical Geology LAB

Physical Science

  • CHEM& 121 Introduction to Chemistry
  • CHEM& 161 General Chemistry I LAB 
  • ENGR 110 Introduction to Engineering I: Modeling and Analysis
  • PHYS& 114 General Physics I LAB 
  • PHYS& 221 Engineering Physics I LAB 

Social Studies – 2 courses

United States History (1 course)

  • HIST& 146 US History I
  • HIST& 147 US History II
  • HIST& 148 US History III

United States Government or Civics, Geography, or Economics (1 course)

  • ECON& 201 Microeconomics
  • ECON& 202 Macroeconomics
  • POLS& 202 American Government

Seattle Colleges

Courses that Satisfy Academic Breadth Prerequisites

Art – 1 course

  • ART 101 Design 
  • ART 111 Drawing
  • ART 114 Introduction to Digital Photography
  • ART 121 Introduction to Printmaking
  • ART 122 Introduction to Printmaking-Intermediate
  • ART 123 Continuing Printmaking: Monotype and Monoprint
  • ART 124 Printmaking – Screenprinting
  • ART 125 Basic Silk Screen Process
  • ART 201 Painting
  • ART 205 Watercolor Painting
  • ART 210 Digital And Graphic Art – Photoshop + Illustrator
  • ART 221 Ceramic Art
  • ART 240 Book Arts
  • ART 281 Jewelry Design I
  • DRMA 108 Rehearsal & Performance
  • DRMA 120 Introduction to Acting
  • DRMA 121 Acting
  • DRMA 204 Intro Dance – Jazz I
  • MUSC 119 Beginning Group Instruction Voice
  • MUSC 124 Create Music From Beats to Melody
  • MUSC 125 Creative Music Fundamentals
  • MUSC 126 Beginning Group Piano
  • MUSC 130 Individual Instruction: Voice
  • MUSC 145 Pop Vocal Ensemble
  • MUSC 146 Popular Music Ensemble I
  • MUSC 151 Performance Experience

English Language Arts – 2 courses

Composition (1 course)

  • ENGL& 101 English Composition I 
  • ENGL& 102 Composition II

Literature (1 course)

  • ENGL& 111 Introduction to Literature
  • ENGL 115 LGBT Literature
  • ENGL 130 Literature and the City
  • ENGL 218 Holocaust Literature: Voices from the Holocaust
  • ENGL& 226 British Literature I
  • ENGL& 227 British Literature II
  • ENGL 231 Children’s Literature
  • ENGL 232 Young Adult Literature
  • ENGL& 244 American Literature I
  • ENGL& 245 American Literature II
  • ENGL& 246 American Literature III
  • ENGL 247 21st Century American Literature
  • ENGL 252 Novels of Western Literature
  • ENGL& 256 World Literature III
  • ENGL 258 Literature of American Culture 
  • ENGL 260 Asian American Literature
  • ENGL 265 Literature & Society
  • ENGL 266 Postcolonial Literature
  • ENGL& 270 The Beat Generation Writers
  • ENGL 291 Literature by Women

Mathematics – 1 course

  • MATH& 131 Math for Elementary Education I
  • MATH& 132 Math for Elementary Education II

Science – 2 courses

Reduced from 3 courses – new requirement in effect for Spring 2024 cohort.

Courses must be from different science categories:

Life Science

  • ANTH& 205 Biological Anthropology
  • BIOL& 100 Survey of Biology
  • BIOL 107 Introduction to Comparative Animal Behavior
  • BIOL 120 Marine Biology LAB
  • BIOL 125 Biology of the Pacific Northwest LAB
  • BIOL 128 Survey of Human Anatomy & Physiology LAB
  • BIOL 150 The Biology & Evolution of Infectious Diseases
  • BIOL&160 General Biology LAB 
  • BIOL 161 Human Genetics
  • BIOL&211 Majors Cellular LAB 
  • BIOL&241 Human Anatomy & Physiology I
  • BOT 112 The Plant Kingdom LAB 

Earth or Space Science

  • ASTR&100 Survey of Astronomy
  • ASTR 102 Space and Space Travel LAB 
  • ASTR 104 Observational Astronomy
  • ASTR 201 The Universe & the Origin of Life
  • ENVS&100 Survey of Environmental Science
  • ENVS&101 Intro to Environmental Science LAB 
  • ENVS 201 General Ecology
  • ENVS 202 Agroecology: Ecological Approach to Agriculture
  • ENVS 204 Soil Science & Conservation LAB
  • GEOL&101 Intro Physical Geology
  • GEOL& 103 Historical Geology: Evolution of the Earth LAB 
  • GEOL 105 Introductory Field Geology LAB 
  • GEOL 106 Dinosaurs
  • GEOL 108 Minerals Gems and Fossils LAB 
  • GEOL&110 Environmental Geology: Geology and the Human Environment LAB 
  • GEOL 207 The Ice Ages LAB 
  • MEY 100 Meteorology
  • OCEA& 100 Introduction to Oceanography
  • OCEA& 101 Introduction to Oceanography LAB

Physical Science

  • CHEM&110 Chemical Concepts LAB 
  • CHEM&121 Intro to Chemistry LAB 
  • CHEM&139 General Chemistry Prep 
  • CHEM&161 General Chem w/ Lab I LAB 
  • ENGR 116 Engineering Design & Creativity
  • ENGR 140 Intro Engineering Problems
  • ENGR 141 Scientific Programming
  • ENGR 142 Computer Programming
  • ENGR& 214 Statics
  • ENGR 240 Introduction to Numerical Methods
  • PHYS&100 Physics Non-Science Majors
  • PHYS&114 General Physics I LAB 
  • PHYS&221 Engineering Physics I LAB

Social Studies – 2 courses

United States History (1 course)

  • AME 102 Indigenous Peoples and the U.S.
  • AME 150 America’s Ethnic History
  • HIST 131 Asian American History
  • HIST& 136 United States History I: to 1877
  • HIST& 137 United States History II: 1877-Present
  • HIST 140/WMN 140 Women in American History
  • HIST& 146 United States History I: Until 1791
  • HIST& 147 United States History II: the 1800s
  • HIST& 148 United States History III: 1900-Present
  • HIST 150 Multicultural Experiences in U.S. History
  • HIST& 214 Pacific Northwest History

United States Government or Civics, Geography, or Economics (1 course)

  • ECON 100 Survey of Economics
  • ECON 101 Intro to Economics in the World of Work
  • ECON& 201 Microeconomics
  • ECON& 202 Macroeconomics
  • GEOG&100 Introduction to Geography
  • GEOG&200 Human Geography
  • POLS&101 Intro to Political Science
  • POLS 105 The War on Drugs: Addiction & Mass Incarceration
  • POLS 111 The American Presidency
  • POLS 170 Minority Politics in USA
  • POLS&202 American Government
  • POLS 205 Political Economy

Shoreline Community College

Courses that Satisfy Academic Breadth Prerequisites

Art – 1 course

  • ART 109 Two-Dimensional Design
  • ART 110 Three-Dimensional Design
  • ART 121 Ceramic Art 1
  • ART 131 Drawing 1
  • ART 144 Beginning Photography
  • ART 244 Studio Photography
  • ART 248 Introduction to Video Arts
  • ART 251 Painting 1
  • ART 254 Wood Art & Design
  • ART 255 Glass Art and Design
  • ART 256 Fiber Art & Design
  • ART 261 Printmaking 1
  • ART 271 Sculpture 1
  • DRMA 144 Acting 1
  • DRMA 155 Acting for Television and Film
  • DRMA 156 Acting, Writing, Directing for The Camera I
  • DRMA 226 Children’s Theater Production
  • MUSC 100 Introduction to Music Theory 
  • MUSC 114 Class Instruction-Guitar I
  • MUSC 115 Class Instruction Electric Bass 
  • MUSC 119 Class Piano for Gen. Students 
  • MUSC 161 Class Voice Instruction – Beginning

English Language Arts – 2 courses

Composition (1 course)

  • ENGL& 101 English Composition I
  • ENGL& 102 Composition II: Reasoning/Research/Writing

Literature (1 course)

  • ENGL& 111 Introduction to Literature (5) 
  • ENGL 154 Great Works of Asian Literature (5) 
  • ENGL 200 Survey of World Literature (5) 
  • ENGL 207 Introduction to Irish Literature (5) 
  • ENGL& 226 British Literature I (5) 
  • ENGL& 227 British Literature II (5) 
  • ENGL& 228 British Literature III (5) 
  • ENGL 229 Gothic Literature (5) 
  • ENGL& 244 American Literature I (5) 
  • ENGL& 245 American Literature II (5) 
  • ENGL& 246 American Literature III (5) 
  • ENGL 247 African American Literature (5) 
  • ENGL 257 Literature of Latin America

Mathematics – 1 course

  • MATH& 171 Math for Elementary Education I

Science – 2 courses

Reduced from 3 courses – new requirement in effect for Spring 2024 cohort.

Courses must be from different science categories:

Life Science

  • ANTH& 205 Biological Anthropology (5) 
  • BIOL 124 Northwest Flora LAB 
  • BIOL 126 Sust Garden/Horticulture LAB 
  • BIOL 144 Marine Biology LAB 
  • BIOL& 170 Human Biology LAB 
  • BIOL& 211 Majors Cellular: Biology LAB 
  • BIOL& 231 Human Anatomy LAB 
  • BIOL& 232 Human Physiology
  • ENVS& 101 Intro to Environmental Science LAB

Earth or Space Science

  • ASTR& 101 Introduction to Astronomy
  • GEOL& 101 Intro to Physical Geology LAB
  • GEOL& 110 Environmental Geology LAB 
  • OCEA& 101 Introduction to Oceanography

Physical Science

  • CHEM& 110 Chemical Concepts LAB 
  • CHEM& 121 Introduction to Chemistry LAB 
  • CHEM& 131 Intro to Organic/Biochemistry LAB 
  • ENGR 102 Introduction to Electronics
  • ENGR& 104 Introduction to Design: Mechatronics & Robotics
  • ENGR 202 Design of Logic Circuits
  • ENGR& 214 Statics
  • PHYS 110 Concepts of the Physical World LAB 
  • PHYS& 114 General Physics LAB 
  • PHYS& 221 Engineering Physics with Lab I: Mechanics

Social Studies – 2 courses

United States History (1 course)

  • HIST& 136 U.S. History 1: To 1877
  • HIST& 137 U.S. History 2: From 1877
  • HIST& 146 U.S. History I: Early America to 1800
  • HIST& 147 U.S. History II: Nineteenth Century
  • HIST& 148 U.S. History III: Twentieth Century
  • HIST& 214 Pacific Northwest History
  • HIST& 215/GWS 215 Women In U.S. History
  • HIST 218 American Environmental History
  • HIST& 219 Native American History
  • HIST& 220 African American History: Out of Africa
  • HIST 245 History of American Immigration
  • HIST 246 African-Amer Hist 1: Ancient Africa to 1877
  • HIST 247 African-American History 2: From 1877

United States Government or Civics, Geography, or Economics (1 course)

  • ECON 100 Survey of Economic Principles 
  • ECON& 201 Microeconomics
  • ECON& 202 Macroeconomics
  • POLS&101 Introduction to Political Science 
  • POLS& 202 Introduction to American Government and Politics
  • POLS 221 American Foreign Policy

UW Seattle

Courses that Satisfy Academic Breadth Prerequisites

Art – 1 course

  • ART 140 Basic Photography A&H 
  • ART 190 Introduction to Drawing A&H 
  • ART 233 Introduction to 3D4M: Glass A&H 
  • ART 253 Introduction to 3D4M: Ceramics A&H 
  • ART 272 Introduction to 3D4M: Sculpture A&H 
  • ART 281 Art Makerspaces: Woodworking A&H 
  • ART 339 Photography A&H 
  • DANCE 102 Introduction to Contemporary Modern Dance A&H 
  • DANCE 103 Introduction to Ballet A&H 
  • DANCE 110 Jazz Technique I A&H 
  • DANCE 117 Introduction to Commercial Dance A&H 
  • DANCE 156 Introduction to Dance A&H 
  • DANCE 166 Introduction to Contemporary Dance Making A&H 
  • DANCE 217 Commercial Dance A&H 
  • DANCE 235 Integrated Dance: Training and Composition A&H/SSc 
  • DANCE 236 Salsa and Afro-Caribbean Social Dance A&H, DIV  
  • DANCE 237 Ballroom Dance A&H 
  • DANCE 238 Swing Dance A&H 
  • DANCE 239 Tango A&H 
  • DANCE 240 Street and Club Dances SSc/A&H 
  • DANCE 242 Music for Dance: Embodied Rhythms A&H 
  • DANCE 270 Dance Performance Activities A&H  
  • DANCE 271 Dance Production Crew A&H 
  • DANCE 280 African Dance Techniques A&H 
  • DANCE 287 Capoeira A&H 
  • DANCE 357 Diaspora Negra: Afro-Latinx Dance Traditions SSc/A&H, DIV 
  • DANCE 358 African Dance and Culture SSc/A&H, DIV 
  • DANCE 370 Dance Performance A&H 
  • DANCE 410 Chamber Dance Production A&H  
  • DRAMA 251 Acting A&H 
  • DRAMA 254 Intro to acting skills A&H  
  • DRAMA 317 Introduction to Costume Construction A&H 
  • DRAMA 456 Topics in Theatre for Youth A&H 
  • MUSAP 205 String Techniques A&H 
  • MUSAP 210 Wind Techniques A&H 

English Language Arts – 2 courses

Composition (1 course)

  • ENGL 109 & 110 Critical Composition I & II C 
  • ENGL 111 Composition: Literature C 
  • ENGL 121 Composition: Social Issues C 
  • ENGL 131 Composition: Exposition C 
  • ENGL 141 The Research Paper C 
  •  ENGL 182 Composition: Multimodal C 
  • ENGL 281 Intermediate Expository Writing C 
  • ENGL 282 Intermediate Multimodal Composition

Literature (1 course)

  • AAS 320 Hawaii’s Literatures A&H, DIV  
  • AAS 401 Asian American Literature to the 1940s A&H, DIV 
  • AAS 402 Contemporary Asian American Literature A&H, DIV 
  • AES 212 Comparative American Ethnic Literature A&H/SSc, DIV  
  • AIS 203 Introduction to American Indian and Indigenous Literature A&H, DIV 
  • AIS 376 First Nations Literature A&H 
  • AIS 377 Contemporary American Indian Literature A&H, DIV 
  • AIS 378 Contemporary American Indian Literature: A Northwest Focus A&H, DIV 
  • AFRAM 214 Introduction African American Literature A&H, DIV 
  • AFRAM 261 The African American Experience through Literature A&H/SSc 
  • AFRAM 318 Black Literary Genres A&H, DIV 
  • AFRAM 358 African American Literature A&H, DIV 
  • ASIAN 201 Literature and Culture of China: Ancient and Classical A&H/SSc 
  • ASIAN 203 Literature and Culture of Ancient and Classical India A&H/SSc 
  • ASIAN 204 Literature and Culture of China from Tradition to Modernity A&H/SSc 
  • ASIAN 206 Literature and Culture of South Asia from Tradition to Modernity A&H/SSc 
  • ASIAN 223 Buddhist Literature A&H/SSc 
  • ASIAN 225 Indian Philosophical Literature
  • ASIAN 263 Great Works of Asian Literature
  • CHIN 381 Literature in Modern China A&H 
  • CHSTU 465 Contemporary Chicano Literature A&H 
  • CHSTU 466 Chicano Literature: Fiction A&H 
  • CLAS 210 Greek and Roman Classics in English A&H 
  • C LIT 200 Introduction to Literature A&H 
  • C LIT 251 Introduction to Comparative Literature: Themes A&H 
  • C LIT 252 Introduction to Comparative Literature: Genres A&H 
  • C LIT 318 Literature and the Holocaust A&H, DIV 
  • C LIT 350 Themes in World Literature: Parents and Children A&H 
  • C LIT 352 Themes in World Literature: Death and Transfiguration A&H 
  • CZECH 420 Modern Czech Literature in English A&H 
  • ENGL 200 Reading Literary Forms A&H 
  • ENGL 202 Introduction to the Study of English Language and Literature A&H 
  • ENGL 210 Medieval and Early Modern Literature, 400 to 1600 A&H 
  • ENGL 211 Literature, 1500-1800 A&H  
  • ENGL 212 Literature, 1700-1900 A&H 
  • ENGL 213 Modern and Postmodern Literature A&H 
  • ENGL 250 American Literature A&H 
  • ENGL 251/POL S 281 Literature and American Political Culture A&H/SSc 
  • ENGL 257 Asian-American Literature A&H, DIV 
  • ENGL 258 Introduction African American Literature A&H, DIV 
  • ENGL 259 Literature and Social Difference A&H, DIV 
  • ENGL 266 Literature and Technology A&H 
  • ENGL 310 The Bible as Literature A&H 
  • ENGL 311 Modern Jewish Literature in Translation A&H 
  • ENGL 312 Jewish Literature: Biblical to Modern SSc/A&H, DIV 
  • ENGL 313 Modern European Literature in Translation A&H 
  • ENGL 314 Transatlantic Literature and Culture A&H 
  • ENGL 316 Postcolonial Literature and Culture A&H, DIV 
  • ENGL 317 Literature of the Americas A&H, DIV 
  • ENGL 318 Black Literary Genres A&H, DIV 
  • ENGL 319 African Literatures A&H, DIV 
  • ENGL 320 English Literature: The Middle Ages A&H 
  • ENGL 322 Medieval and Early Modern Literatures of Encounter A&H, DIV 
  • ENGL 325 Early Modern Literature A&H 
  • ENGL 328 English Literature: Later Eighteenth Century A&H 
  • ENGL 330 English Literature: The Romantic Age A&H 
  • ENGL 335 English Literature: The Age of Victoria A&H 
  • ENGL 336 English Literature: Early Twentieth Century A&H 
  • ENGL 339 English Literature: Contemporary England A&H 
  • ENGL 340 Anglo-Irish Literature A&H 
  • ENGL 351 American Literature: The Colonial Period A&H 
  • ENGL 352 American Literature: The Early Nation A&H
  • ENGL 353 American Literature: Later Nineteenth Century A&H 
  • ENGL 354 American Literature: Early Twentieth Century A&H 
  • ENGL 355 American Literature: Contemporary America A&H 
  • ENGL 357 Jewish American Literature and Culture A&H, DIV 
  • ENGL 358 African American Literature A&H, DIV 
  • ENGL 359 Contemporary American Indian Literature A&H, DIV 
  • ENGL 360 American Literature and Culture A&H/SSc 
  • ENGL 362 Latino Literary Genres A&H, DIV 
  • ENGL 363 Literature and the Other Arts and Disciplines A&H 
  • ENGL 364 Literature and Medicine A&H/SSc
  • ENGL 365 Literature and Discourse on the Environment A&H  
  • ENGL 366 Literature and Law A&H 
  • ENGL 367 Gender Studies in Literature A&H, DIV 
  • ENGL 374 The Language of Literature A&H 
  • ENGL 386 Asian-American Literature SSc/A&H, DIV 
  • ENGL 457 Pacific Northwest Literature A&H 
  • ENGL 470 Theory and Practice of Teaching Literature A&H 
  • ENGL 477 Children’s Literature A&H
  • GERMAN 311 Introduction to German Literary Studies A&H 
  • GERMAN 360 Women in German Literature in English A&H/SSc 
  • GERMAN 490 Contemporary German Literature A&H 
  • GERMAN 503 Contemporary German Literature
  • GLITS 253 Literature and Identities A&H/SSc 
  • GLITS 311 Literature Across Times A&H 
  • GLITS 312 Literature Across Languages A&H 
  • GLITS 313 Literature Across Places A&H 
  • GLITS 314 Literature Across Genres/Modes A&H
  • GLITS 315 Literature Across Disciplines A&H 
  • GREEK 304 Introductory Readings in Greek Literature A&H
  • GREEK 428 Imperial Greek Literature A&H
  • GREEK 461 Early Greek Literature A&H
  • GREEK 462 Literature of Classical Athens A&H 
  • GREEK 463 Hellenistic Greek Literature A&H 
  • GWSS 350 Women in Law and Literature SSc/A&H, DIV
  • JAPAN 321 Classical Japanese Literature A&H  
  • JAPAN 322 Modern Japanese Literature A&H 
  • JEW ST 258 Introduction to Rabbinic Literature SSc/A&H 
  • JEW ST 312 Jewish Literature: Biblical to Modern SSc/A&H, DIV 
  • NEAR E 257 Introduction to Central Asian Turkic Literature in Translation A&H 
  • PHIL 347 Philosophy in Literature A&H/SSc 
  • POLSH 420 Modern Polish Literature in English A&H 
  • PORT 310 Introduction to Lusophone Literature A&H 
  • RUSS 230 Masterpieces of Russian Literature A&H 
  • RUSS 321 Eighteenth Century Russian Literature and Culture A&H 
  • RUSS 324 Russian Folk Literature in English A&H/SSc 
  • RUSS 340 Russia’s Big Books A&H 
  • RUSS 422 Russian Literature in Emigration and Exile A&H 
  • S ASIA 203 Love and War in Classical Indian Literature A&H/SSc  
  • S ASIA 206 Modern Literature of South Asia A&H/SSc 
  • S ASIA 225 Indian Philosophical Literature A&H/SSc  
  • S ASIA 316 Postcolonial Literature of South Asia A&H, DIV 
  • SCAND 312 Masterpieces of Scandinavian Literature A&H 
  • SCAND 335 Scandinavian Children’s Literature A&H 
  • SCAND 355 Literatures of the Arctic A&H/SSc, DIV 
  • SLAVIC 200 Introduction to Slavic Literature A&H 
  • SLAVIC 490 Studies in Slavic Literatures A&H 
  • SOC 261 The African American Experience through Literature A&H/SSc 
  • SPAN 317 Spanish and Latin American Literature in English Translation A&H 
  • URDU 424 Survey of Modern Hindi/Urdu Literature: Drama SSc/VLP 
  • VIET 486 20th Century Vietnamese Literature A&H 

Mathematics – 1 course

  • EDUC 170 Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers NSc

Science – 2 courses

Reduced from 3 courses – new requirement in effect for Spring 2024 cohort.

Courses must be from different science categories:

Life Science

  • BIO A 100 Evolution and Human Behavior SSc/NSc 
  • BIO A 201 Principles of Biological Anthropology NSc 
  • BIO A 270 Human and Comparative Anatomy NSc 
  • BIOL 100 Introductory Biology NSc 
  • BIOL 103 Sex, Death, and Evolution NSc  
  • BIOL 107 Biology of Vaccines NSc 
  • BIOL 108 Evolution and Human Behavior SSc/NSc 
  • BIOL 118 Survey of Physiology NSc 
  • BIOL 119 Elementary Physiology LAB NSc  
  • BIOL 130 Introduction to Neuroscience NSc  
  • BIOL 180 Introductory Biology NSc LAB 
  • BIOL 250/FISH 250/OCEAN 250 Marine Biology NSc LAB 
  • BIOL 280 The History of Life 
  • BIOL 310 Survey of Human Anatomy NSc LAB 
  • BIOL 311 Biology of Fishes NSc LAB 
  • BIOL 331/ESRM 331 Landscape Plant Recognition NSc 
  • BIOL 446 Plant Classification and Identification NSc LAB 
  • BIOL 451 Invertebrate Paleontology NSc  
  • B STR 301 General Anatomy NSc 
  • ESRM 331 Landscape Plant Recognition NSc LAB 
  • ESRM 210 Introductory Soils NSc 
  • ESRM 409 Soil Ecology NSc 
  • ESRM 411 Plant Propagation: Principles and Practice NSc  
  • ESRM 412 Native Plant Production NSc 
  • ESRM 413 Soil Genesis and Classification NSc 
  • ESRM 414 Forest Soil Fertility and Chemistry NSc 
  • ESRM 441 Landscape Ecology NSc 
  • FISH 310 Biology of Shellfishes NSc 
  • FISH 311 Biology of Fishes NSc  
  • FISH 404 Diseases of Aquatic Animals NSc 
  • FHL 250 Marine Biology NSc 
  • FHL 305 Biology of Fishes NSc 
  • GENOME 151 Human Genetics: The Individual and Society NSc 
  • GENOME 463 Hands-On Science for Elementary School Teachers
  • MICROM 101 Microbes and Society NSc

Earth or Space Science

  • ASTR 101 Astronomy NSc, RSN 
  • ASTR 102 Introduction to Astronomy NSc, RSN LAB 
  • ASTR 105 Exploring the Moon NSc 
  • ASTR 109 Measuring the Universe SSc/NSc  
  • ASTR 115/ASTBIO 115/ESS 115/OCEAN 115/BIOL 114 Astrobiology: Life in the Universe NSc LAB 
  • ASTR 150 The Planets NSc, RSN 
  • ASTR 160 Introduction to Exoplanets NSc 
  • ASTR 201 The Universe and the Origin of Life NSc, RSN 
  • ASTR 210 Distance and Time: Size and Age in the Universe NSc, RSN 
  • ASTR 211 The Universe and Change NSc, RSN
  • ASTR 216 The Impact Threat to Earth NSc  
  • ATM S 101 Weather (5) NSc 
  • ATM S 103 Hurricanes and Thunderstorms: Their Science and Impact NSc/SSc 
  • ATM S 111 Global Warming: Understanding the Issues SSc/NSc  
  • ATM S 211 Climate and Climate Change NSc/SSc 
  • ATM S 212 Air Pollution: From Urban Smog to the Ozone Hole SSc/NSc 
  • ATM S 358 Fundamentals of Atmospheric Chemistry NSc 
  • ESS 101 Introduction to Geology and Societal Impacts SSc/NSc LAB 
  • ESS 102 Space and Space Travel SSc/NSc  
  • ESS 104 Prehistoric Life NSc LAB 
  • ESS 105 Natural Hazards and Disasters NSc 
  • ESS 106 Living with Volcanoes SSc/NSc 
  • ESS 107 Introduction to Ice in the Earth and Space Sciences NSc, RSN LAB 
  • ESS 202 Earthquakes SSc/NSc 
  • ESS 203 Glaciers and Global Change SSc/NSc 
  • ESS 205 Access to Space NSc LAB 
  • ESS 230 Rivers and Beaches NSc 
  • ESS 408 Great Geological Issues NSc
  • ESS 433 Environmental Change in the Glacial Ages NSc LAB 
  • ESS 451 Invertebrate Paleontology NSc  
  • ESS 461 Geological Time NSc 
  • ESRM 100 Introduction to Environmental Science SSc/NSc  
  • ESRM 426 Wildland Hydrology NSc 
  • OCEAN 101 Oceanography of the Pacific Northwest NSc  
  • OCEAN 102 The Changing Oceans SSc/NSc  
  • OCEAN 115 Astrobiology: Life in the Universe NSc  
  • OCEAN 200 Introduction to Oceanography NSc 
  • OCEAN 201 Introduction to Oceanography LAB NSc 
  • OCEAN 230 Rivers and Beaches NSc

Physical Science

  • A A 101 Air and Space Vehicles NSc 
  • CHEM 110 Preparation for General Chemistry NSc 
  • CHEM 120 Principles of Chemistry I NSc, RSN LAB 
  • CHEM 142 General Chemistry NSc, RSN LAB 
  • CHEM 458 Air Pollution Chemistry NSc 
  • ENGR 105 Introduction to Engineering Design
  • ENGR 115 Engineering Transformation of Health
  • PHYS 101 Introduction to Physics Through Inquiry I NSc, RSN 
  • PHYS 107 Physics Concepts for Non-Scientists NSc 
  • PHYS 110 Liberal Arts Physics NSc, RSN 
  • PHYS 114 Mechanics NSc, RSN 
  • PHYS 117 General Physics Laboratory: Mechanics NSc LAB 
  • PHYS 207 The Physics of Music NSc 
  • PHYS 214 Light and Color NSc, RSN 
  • PHYS 408 Physics by Inquiry II NSc 

Social Studies – 2 courses

United States History (1 course)

  • AAS 101 Introduction to Asian American Studies SSc, DIV 
  • AAS 206 Contemporary Issues of Asian and Pacific Islander Americans SSc, DIV 
  • AAS 210 Asian American and Pacific Islander American Identity: Race, Ethnicity, and Culture SSc, DIV 
  • AAS 310 Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the Pacific Northwest SSc, DIV 
  • AAS 360 Critical Filipino American Histories SSc, DIV  
  • AAS 370 Japanese Americans: Race, Culture, Discrimination, Gender, and Endurance SSc, DIV 
  • AAS 372 American Internment and Incarceration: Race, Discrimination, and Power SSc, DIV 
  • AAS 380 Asian American Community: Discrimination, Power, and Affirmation SSc, DIV 
  • AAS 395 Critical Studies of Post-Vietnam War Southeast Asian Americans: Not Just Refugees SSc, DIV 
  • AES 150 In-Justice for All: Intersection of Race, Ethnicity, Class, and Gender in the United States SSc, DIV
  • AES 150 In-Justice for All: Intersection of Race, Ethnicity, Class, and Gender in the United States SSc, DIV 
  • AES 442 Undocumented Immigrant Communities SSc, DIV  
  • AFRAM 150 Introduction to African American History SSc 
  • AFRAM 270 The Jazz Age SSc, DIV 
  • AFRAM 272 History of the South Since the Civil War SSc, DIV  
  • AFRAM 321 History of African American Women and the Feminist Movement SSc, DIV 
  • AFRAM 334 Civil Rights and Black Power in the United States A&H/SSc, DIV 
  • AIS 103 The Indigenous Pacific Northwest SSc, DIV  
  • AIS 201 Introduction to American Indian Histories SSc, DIV 
  • AIS 202 Introduction to American Indian Contemporary and Social Issues SSc, DIV 
  • AIS 209 The Unsettling of the Red Continent: American Indian History to 1815 SSc, DIV  
  • AIS 210 Inconvenient Indians and the “American Problem”: American Indian History since 1815 SSc, DIV 
  • AIS 212 Indigenous Leaders and Activists SSc, DIV 
  • AIS 270 Native Peoples of the Northwest Coast SSc, DIV 
  • AIS 271 Native Peoples of the Intermountain West SSc 
  • AIS 272 Native Peoples of the Southeast SSc 
  • AIS 311 The Indigenous History and Environment of the Salish Sea SSc, DIV  
  • AIS 317 North American Indians: The Southwest SSc 
  • AIS 330 United States-Indian Relations SSc, DIV 
  • AIS 331 American Indian History I to 1840 SSc, DIV  
  • AIS 332 American Indian History II Since 1840 SSc, DIV 
  • AIS 425 Indians in Western Washington History SSc, DIV  
  • AIS 431 History of American Indian Education SSc, DIV 
  • CHSTU 101 The Chicano/Mexican Ethnic Experience in the United States SSc, DIV 
  • CHSTU 200 Latinos in the United States: Patterns of Racial, Ethnic, and Socio-Economic and Political Inequality SSc, DIV 
  • CHSTU 224 Life and Labor in the US-Mexico Borderlands SSc, DIV  
  • CHSTU 254 Northwest Latino Ethnic Communities: Culture, Race, Class, Immigration, and Socio-Economic and Political Marginalization SSc, DIV  
  • CHSTU 255 Mexican Women: Past and Present SSc, DIV  
  • CHSTU 354 Unions, Labor, and Civil Rights in California and Pacific Northwest Agriculture SSc 
  • GWSS 321/AFRAM 321 History of African American Women and the Feminist Movement SSc, DIV 
  • GWSS 385 Women and Activism in the U.S., 1820-1990s SSc 
  • HSTAA 101 Survey of the History of the United States SSc 
  • HSTAA 105 The Peoples of the United States SSc, DIV 
  • HSTAA 150/AFRAM 150 Introduction to African American History SSc 
  • HSTAA 205 Asian American History SSc, DIV 
  • HSTAA 209/AIS 209 The Unsettling of the Red Continent: American Indian History to 1815 SSc, DIV 
  • HSTAA 210/AIS 210 Inconvenient Indians and the “American Problem”: American Indian History since 1815 SSc, DIV 
  • HSTAA 212 The Military History of the United States From Colonial Times to the Present SSc 
  • HSTAA 213 History of the American Presidency SSc  
  • HSTAA 225 American Slavery SSc, DIV 
  • HSTAA 230 Race and Power in America, 1861-1940 SSc, DIV 
  • HSTAA 231 Race and American History SSc, DIV
  • HSTAA 270/AFRAM 270 The Jazz Age SSc, DIV 
  • HSTAA 273 Women of the American West SSc 
  • HSTAA 290 Topics in American History SSc 
  • HSTAA 301 Colonial North America SSc 
  • HSTAA 303 Modern American Civilization From 1877 SSc 
  • HSTAA 311 The Indigenous History and Environment of the Salish Sea SSc, DIV 
  • HSTAA 312 Early History of the North American West SSc 
  • HSTAA 313 African Americans in the American West SSc, DIV 
  • HSTAA 316 History of American Science SSc 
  • HSTAA 317 History of the Digital Age SSc 
  • HSTAA 321 Becoming Black Americans SSc, DIV 
  • HSTAA 322 African-American History, 1865 To The Present SSc, DIV 
  • HSTAA 331/AIS 331 American Indian History I to 1840 SSc, DIV  
  • HSTAA 332/AIS 332 American Indian History II Since 1840 SSc, DIV  
  • HSTAA 334/AFRAM 334 Civil Rights and Black Power in the United States A&H/SSc, DIV 
  • HSTAA 336 American Jewish History Since 1885 SSc 
  • HSTAA 337 The Holocaust and American Life SSc, DIV 
  • HSTAA 338 The United States and Vietnam SSc 
  • HSTAA 351 American Constitutional History: From Colonial Times to the Present SSc 
  • HSTAA 353 Class, Labor, and American Capitalism SSc, DIV 
  • HSTAA 401 American Revolution and Confederation SSc 
  • HSTAA 402 Witchcraft in Colonial New England SSc 
  • HSTAA 404 New England: From the Foundings to the Civil War SSc 
  • HSTAA 407 Andrew Jackson’s United States SSc 
  • HSTAA 411 The United States During the Era of Civil War and Reconstruction SSc 
  • HSTAA 412 The Westward Movement, 1700-1850 SSc 
  • HSTAA 415 History of Indian-White Relations in Anglo-America SSc 
  • HSTAA 417/AIS 425 Indians in Western Washington History SSc, DIV  
  • HSTAA 426 American Urban History Since 1870 SSc 
  • HSTAA 432 History of Washington and the Pacific Northwest SSc 
  • HSTAA 459 History of American Education Since 1865 SSc 
  • HSTAA 506 Slavery in the Americas

United States Government or Civics, Geography, or Economics (1 course)

  • AFRAM 370 African American Political Thought SSc 
  • AFRAM 437 Blacks in American Law SSc 
  • AIS 335 American Indians and the Law SSc, DIV 
  • CHSTU 260 Introduction to Chicano Politics SSc, DIV 
  • CHSTU 359 U.S. Latino Politics SSc, DIV  
  • ECON 200 Introduction to Microeconomics SSc, RSN 
  • GEOG 123 Introduction to Globalization SSc, DIV 
  • GEOG 207 Economic Geography SSc 
  • GEOG 208 Geography of the World Economy: Regional Fortunes and the Rise of Global Markets SSc 
  • GEOG 245 Geodemographics: Population, Diversity, and Place SSc, DIV, RSN 
  • GEOG 258 Digital Geographies SSc 
  • GEOG 270 Geographies of International Development and Environmental Change SSc 
  • GEOG 271 Geography of Food and Eating SSc, DIV 
  • GEOG 272 Geographies of Environmental Justice SSc, DIV 
  • GEOG 276 Introduction to Political Geography SSc 
  • GEOG 277 Geography of Cities SSc, DIV 
  • GEOG 302 The Pacific Northwest SSc 
  • GEOG 317 Geographic Information and Spatial Analysis SSc, RSN 
  • GEOG 323 Globalization and You SSc 
  • GEOG 326 Quantitative Methods in Geography SSc, RSN 
  • GEOG 330 Latin America: Landscapes of Change SSc 
  • GEOG 332 Black Feminist Geographies SSc, DIV  
  • GEOG 335 Geography of the Developing World SSc 
  • GEOG 342 Geography of Inequality SSc, DIV 
  • GEOG 344 Migration in the Global Economy SSc 
  • GEOG 349 Geography of International Trade SSc 
  • GEOG 360 GIS and Mapping SSc, RSN 
  • GEOG 370 Environmental Conservation: Geographic Perspectives SSc 
  • GEOG 375 Geopolitics SSc, DIV 
  • GEOG 377 Urban Political Geography SSc 
  • GEOG 380 Geographical Patterns of Health and Disease SSc 
  • GEOG 381 Maps and Health SSc 
  • GEOG 404 Abolition Geographies SSc, DIV 
  • GEOG 425 Qualitative Methodology in Geography SSc 
  • GEOG 431 Geography and Gender SSc 
  • GEOG 432 Geographies and Politics of Poverty and Privilege SSc 
  • GEOG 436 Social and Political Geographies of South Asia SSc 
  • GEOG 439 Geography of Employment SSc
  • GEOG 442 Social Geography SSc
  • GEOG 445 Geography of Housing SSc, DIV 
  • GEOG 448 Geography of Transportation SSc 
  • GEOG 474 Geography and the Law SSc  
  • GWSS 310 Women and the Law SSc, DIV 
  • GWSS 313 Women in Politics SSc, DIV 
  • HSTAA 110 History of American Citizenship SSc, DIV 
  • POL S 101 Introduction to Politics SSc
  • POL S 202 Introduction to American Politics SSc 
  • POL S 246 African American Politics SSc, DIV  
  • POL S 270 Introduction to Political Economy SSc  
  • POL S 303 Public Policy Formation in the United States SSc
  • POL S 312 Survey of American Political Thought SSc 
  • POL S 313 Women in Politics SSc, DIV 
  • POL S 316 African-American Political and Social Thought SSc, DIV 
  • POL S 317 The Politics of Race and Ethnicity in the United States SSc, DIV 
  • POL S 318 American Political Thought from the Colonial Era to the Civil War SSc, DIV  
  • POL S 319 American Political Thought from Reconstruction to the Present SSc, DIV  
  • POL S 351 The American Democracy SSc 
  • POL S 352 American Political Parties SSc 
  • POL S 353 United States Congress SSc 
  • POL S 354 Elections and Voting in the United States SSc 
  • POL S 355 The American Presidency SSc 
  • POL S 357 Minority Representation and the Voting Rights Act SSc, DIV 
  • POL S 358 American Political Culture SSc 
  • POL S 359 U.S. Latino Politics SSc, DIV  
  • POL S 360 Introduction to United States Constitutional Law SSc  
  • POL S 361 United States Courts and Civil Liberty SSc 
  • POL S 381 Urban Politics and Policy in the United States SSc  
  • POL S 382 State Government SSc  
  • POL S 406 Marxian Political Economy SSc 
  • POL S 453 The State Legislature SSc 
  • POL S 462 The Supreme Court in American Politics SSc 
  • POL S 464 The Politics of American Criminal Justice SSc 
  • POL S 465 Law and Public Policy in the United States SSc 
  • POL S 470 Public Bureaucracies in the American Political Order SSc 
  • POL S 472 Electoral Systems SSc

UW Tacoma

Courses that Satisfy Academic Breadth Prerequisites

Art – 1 course

  • T ARTS 102 World Voices Vocal Ensemble I A&H 
  • T ARTS 115 Beginning Piano A&H 
  • T ARTS 151 Fundamentals of Acting A&H 
  • T ARTS 200 Studio Foundation I: Contemporary Art Strategies A&H 
  • T ARTS 203 Body Image and Art A&H 
  • T ARTS 240 Landscape in Contemporary Art A&H 
  • T ARTS 280 3-Dimensional Art and Contemporary Approaches to Sculpture A&H 
  • T ARTS 320 Improvisational Theater and Performance in Everyday Life A&H 
  • T ARTS 336 Glass Arts A&H 
  • T ARTS 368 Human Figure in Contemporary Art A&H 
  • T ARTS 386 Contemporary Art and Studio Drawing A&H 

English Language Arts – 2 courses

Composition (1 course)

  • T CORE 101 Introduction to Academic Writing C 
  • TWRT 121 Academic Writing II C 
  • TWRT 211 Argument and Research in Writing C 

Literature (1 course)

  • T LAX 267 Introduction to Chicano/a Literature A&H, DIV 
  • T LAX 277 Latin American Literature A&H 
  • T LIT 101 Understanding Literature A&H 
  • T LIT 210 Studies in American Literature A&H 
  • T LIT 230 Multi-Ethnic American Literature A&H, DIV 
  • T LIT 240 Studies in English Literature A&H 
  • T LIT 251 Ancient Literature of Western Civilization A&H 
  • T LIT 252 Medieval and Renaissance Literature of Western Civilization A&H 
  • T LIT 253 Modern Literature of Western Civilization A&H 
  • T LIT 320 African American Literature from Slavery to the Present A&H, DIV 
  • T LIT 324 African American Women’s Literature A&H, DIV 
  • T LIT 331 Immigrant and Ethnic Literature A&H 
  • T LIT 332 Asian American Literature A&H 
  • T LIT 335 Middle Eastern American Literature A&H, DIV 
  • T LIT 338 Writing in the Pacific Northwest A&H 
  • T LIT 343 Shakespeare A&H 
  • T LIT 351 Ancient Greek Tragedy A&H 
  • T LIT 352 Medieval Quests A&H 
  • T LIT 380 Myth and Literary Sagas in Creative Expression A&H 
  • T LIT 388 Cross Cultural Studies in Contemporary Women’s Fiction A&H, DIV 
  • T LIT 391 Science Fiction Literature A&H 
  • T LIT 406 Children’s and Young Adult Literature A&H 
  • T LIT 425 Literature of the Harlem Renaissance A&H, DIV 
  • T LIT 431 Contemporary Native American Women’s Literature A&H, DIV 
  • T LIT 432 American Indian Literature A&H 
  • T LIT 458 Modern Novel A&H 
  • T LIT 476 American Women’s Literature: Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Texts A&H, DIV 
  • T LIT 481 Postcolonial Fiction A&H 
  • T LIT 487 African Folklore and Literature SSc

Mathematics – 1 course

  • TMATH 171 Mathematics for Teachers I: Number Systems and Algebraic Concepts RSN

Science – 2 courses

Reduced from 3 courses – new requirement in effect for Spring 2024 cohort.

Courses must be from different science categories:

Life Science

  • T ANTH 201 Principles of Biological Anthropology NSc 
  • T BIOL 110 General Biology NSc LAB 
  • T BIOL 120 Introductory Biology I NSc LAB 
  • T BIOL 202 Plant Biology and Ecology NSc 
  • T BIOL 222 Evolution and Its Implications NSc 
  • T BIOL 242 Aging and Biology NSc 

Earth or Space Science

  • T GEOS 107 Geohazards and Natural Disasters NSc 
  • T GEOS 117 Physical Geology NSc LAB 
  • T GEOS 215 Meteorology NSc 
  • T GEOS 216 Pacific Northwest Geology NSc LAB 
  •  T GEOS 227 Earth History NSc 
  • T GEOS 241 Oceanography NSc LAB 
  • T GEOS 243 Geography of the Physical Environment NSc 
  • T GEOS 343 The Atmosphere and Air Pollution NSc LAB 
  • T PHYS 111 Introduction to Astronomy NSc, RSN 
  • T PHYS 121 Physics – Mechanics NSc LAB

Physical Science

  • T CHEM 105 Chemistry of Cooking NSc 
  • T CHEM 139 Preparation for General Chemistry
  • T CHEM 142 General Chemistry I NSc LAB 
  • T PHYS 121 Physics – Mechanics NSc LAB

Social Studies – 2 courses

United States History (1 course)

  • T EGL 305 The American Indian Movement SSc, DIV 
  • T EGL 306 Indigenous Peoples of the Pacific SSc, DIV 
  • T HIST 200 American History I, 1607-1877 SSc 
  • T HIST 201 American History II, 1877-present SSc 
  • T HIST 212 American Military History I SSc 
  • T HIST 213 American Military History II SSc 
  • T HIST 220 African American History 1619-1865 SSc, DIV 
  • T HIST 221 African-American History 1865-1945 SSc, DIV 
  • T HIST 222 African-American History 1945-Present SSc, DIV 
  • T HIST 320 Asian American History SSc 
  • T HIST 322 American Labor Since the Civil War SSc 
  • T HIST 340 History of United States-American Indian Relations SSc 
  • T HIST 341 African-American History SSc 
  • T HIST 349 Minorities and Higher Education in American History SSc 
  • T HIST 417 United States History 1945-Present SSc, DIV 
  • T HIST 442 History of African American Education SSc 
  • T HIST 444 The Pacific Northwest SSc 
  • T HIST 445 History of Tacoma SSc 
  • T WOMN 347 History of Women in the United States SSc

United States Government or Civics, Geography, or Economics (1 course)

  • TECON 101 Understanding Economics SSc, RSN 
  • TECON 200 Introduction to Microeconomics SSc, RSN 
  • TECON 201 Introduction to Macroeconomics SSc, RSN 
  • TECON 321 Economics of Education SSc 
  • TECON 325 Contemporary Issues in International Political Economy SSc 
  • TECON 350 Law and Economics
  • T GEOG 101 Introduction to Geography SSc 
  • T GEOG 210 Geographies of Global Change SSc  
  • T GEOG 321 Urban Geography SSc  
  • T GEOG 349 Geography and International Trade SSc 
  • T GEOG 352 Cultural Geography SSc 
  • T GEOG 403 Geography of the United States of America and Canada NSc 
  • T GEOG 435 Contemporary Geopolitics SSc 
  • T GEOG 440 Political Geography: Territory, State and Society SSc 
  • T GIS 311 Maps and GIS NSc, RSN 
  • T HIST 410 Early American Politics, Constitution, and Law SSc 
  • T HIST 413 Civil Rights, Civil Liberties SSc 
  • TPOL S 202 Introduction to American Politics SSc 
  • TPOL S 260 American Political Theory SSc, DIV 
  • TPOL S 300 Mass Media and U.S. Politics SSc 
  • TPOL S 305 Campaigns and Elections SSc 
  • TPOL S 317 The Politics of Race and Ethnicity in the United States SSc, DIV 
  • TPOL S 325 Issues in Local Government SSc 
  • TPOL S 353 United States Congress SSc 
  • TPOL S 382 State Government SSc 
  • TPOL S 400 The American Presidency SSc