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General Education Courses

The following is a list of classes generally offered at Gateway. View the complete KCTCS General Education list here, then click “Academic Services,” then “General Education Requirements."

ENG 101 (3) – Writing I
ENG 102 (3) – Writing II
CIT 105 (3) – Introduction to Computers
OST 105 (3) – Introduction to Information Systems
COM 181 (3) – Basic Public Speaking
COM 252 (3) – Introduction to Interpersonal Communication

Associate in Applied Science
MAT 110 (3) – Applied Mathematics
MAT 116 (3) – Technical Mathematics
(Or any higher QR course below)

AA/AS – Associate in Arts and Associate in Science
MAT 146 (3) – Contemporary College Math
PHI 250 (3) – Symbolic Logic
MAT 151 (3) – Intro to Applied Statistics
MAT 155 (3) – Trigonometry
MAT 161 (5) – Statistics and Algebra
MAT 165 (3) – Finite Mathematics
MAT 170 (3) – Brief Calculus w/ Applications
MAT 171 (5) - Precalculus
MAT 175 (5) – Calculus I
MAT 185 (5) – Calculus II
MAT 206 (3) – Mathematics for Elementary and Middle School Teachers II
STA 251 (3) – Applied Statistics

BIO 112 (3) – Introduction to Biology
BIO 113 (1) – Introduction to Biology Lab
BIO 114 (3) – Biology I
BIO 115 (1) – Biology Laboratory I
BIO 116 (3) – Biology II
BIO 117 (1) – Biology Laboratory II
BIO 120 (3) – Human Ecology
BIO 121 (1) – Human Ecology Laboratory
BIO 135 (4) – Basic Anatomy and Physiology w/ Lab
BIO 137 (4) – Human Anatomy and Physiology I
BIO 139 (4) – Human Anatomy and Physiology II
BIO 225 (4) – Medical Microbiology
CHE 120 (3) – Chemistry in Society
CHE 125 (1) – Chemistry in Society Laboratory
CHE 130 (3) – Intro General and Bio Chemistry
CHE 135 (1) - Intro General and Bio Chemistry Lab
CHE 170 (3) – General College Chemistry I
CHE 175 (1) – General College Chemistry Laboratory I
CHE 180 (3) – General College Chemistry II
CHE 185 (1) – General College Chemistry Laboratory II
EST 150 (4) – Introductory Ecology
GLY 101 (3) – Physical Geology
GLY 111 (1) – Lab for Physical Geology
GLY 130 (3) – Dinosaurs and Disasters
GLY 131 (1) – Dinosaurs and Disasters Laboratory
INF 120 (3) – Elementary Programming
PHY 151 (3) – Introductory Physics I
PHY 161 (1) – Introductory Physics Lab I
PHY 201 (4) – College Physics I
PHY 202 (1) – College Physics I Laboratory
PHY 203 (4) – College Physics II
PHY 204 (1) – College Physics II Laboratory
ANT 160 (3) – Cultural Diversity in the Modern World*
COM 249 (3) – Mass Media Communication
COM 254 (3) – Introduction to Intercultural Communication*
ECO 201 (3) – Principles of Microeconomics
ECO 202 (3) – Principles of Macroeconomics
FAM 253 (3) – Human Sexuality
JUS 101 (3) – Introduction to Criminal Justice
POL 101 (3) – American Government
POL 235 (3) – World Politics*
PSY 110 (3) – General Psychology
PSY 223 (3) – Developmental Psychology
PSY 230 (3)—Psychosocial Aspects of Death and Dying*
PSY 297 (3) —Psychology of Aging
PSY 298 (3) —Essentials of Abnormal Psychology
SOC 101 (3) – Introduction to Sociology
SOC 230 (3) – Deviant Behavior
SWK 275 (3) – The Family
WGS 200 (3) – Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies in the Social Sciences*
SED 101 (3) – Sign Language I*
SED 102 (3) – Sign Language II*
SPA 101 (4) – Elementary Spanish I*
SPA 102 (4) – Elementary Spanish II*

Heritage
HIS 101 (3) – World Civilization I*
HIS 102 (3) – World Civilization II*
HIS 104 (3) – A History of Europe Through Mid 1600s
HIS 105 (3) – A History of Europe from the Mid-1600s
HIS 108 (3) – History of the U.S. Through 1865
HIS 109 (3) – History of the U.S. Since 1865
HIS 120 (3) – The World at War 1939-45
HIS 240 (3) – History of Kentucky
HIS 271 (3) – Medieval Europe

Humanities
ART 100 (3) – Introduction to Art
ENG 107 (3) – Writing Craft: Introduction to Imaginative Writing
ENG 161 (3) – Introduction to Literature
ENG 231 (3) – Detective Fiction
ENG 251 (3) – Survey of American Literature I
ENG 252 (3) – Survey of American Literature II
ENG 281 (3) – Introduction to Film
ENG 282 (3) – International Film Studies*
JUS 231 (3) – Race, Gender, and Crime
MUS 100 (3) – Introduction to Music
MUS 222 (3) – History and Sociology of Rock Music
PHI 100 (3) – Intro to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality
PHI 110 (3) – Medical Ethics
PHI 150 (3) – Business Ethics
REL 120 (3) – Introduction to the Old Testament
REL 121 (3) – Introduction to the New Testament
REL130 (3) – Introduction to Comparative Religion*

*These classes satisfy the Cultural Studies requirement for the AA/AS and Education programs.