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Wilmington College General Education Requirements

General Education Requirement Checksheet

English

ENG 101 and 3 writing intensive courses (any course with a “W” in the course number)

Take: ENG 111 and ENG 215

Remaining: MGT 427W + 3 semester hours “W”

Quantitative: 3 semester hours

Take: MTH 120 Algebra II, MTH 122, MTH 117 or 118,

or a higher-numbered math course

Public Speaking: 1 semester hour

IDS 106, COM 135

Humanities: 9 semester hours, 2 areas

Any course in English, 200 level or above, except 200, 217, 225, 321, 350, 406, 460 and 475

HIS 110, 111, 150, 151, 309, 320, 340, 341, 360, 374, 375, 299, 499 in transfer

IDS 100 War and Peace

Any course in Religion & Philosophy

Social Science: 9 semester hours, 2 areas

ECO 101, 102, 200, 310, 311, 312

POL 100, 203, 205, 309, 314, 330 and 299 & 499 in transfer

PSY 151, 210, 211, 306, 329, 350 and 299 & 499 in transfer

SOC 100, 112, 200, 201, 204, 212, 221, 328, 329, tsf 299 & 499

Complete ECO 102, GHY 310 and 311 at Wilmington College

Natural Science: 8 semester hours

AGR 115

BIO any 100 or 200 level course and BIO 306

CHM any 100- or 200-level course in Chemistry

GEO 111

PHY any 100- or 200-level course in Physics

Fine Arts: 6 semester hours

ART any course in Art

COM 305 Film Survey

MUS any course in Music, except 330 and 461

THR any course in Theatre, except 110 and 400

Personal Fitness: 2 semester hours

HPE activity or wellness courses. HPE 100-HPE 120

International Knowledge: 6 hours required from a, and 6 hours from b or c or d

a) IDS 125 Seminar in Global Issues & Awareness (3) IDS 425 Seminar in Global Cultures & Issues (3)

b) 6 semester hours of international courses (any course with an “I” following the course number)

c) SPN 111-112, FRN 111-112 or a two course (6 credit hours) sequence in one language at a more advanced level) A student may not satisfy the requirement by passing a proficiency exam in the language.

d) Approved study abroad experiences.

IDS 425 + 3 semester hours of “I”


Semester hour graduation requirements are 124 total hours and 40 upper division hours.

For illustrative purposes only. Students wishing to transfer to Wilmington College should consult with a Wilmington College Advisor.