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2019-2020 USC Lancaster Bulletin 
    
 
  Jul 03, 2020
 
2019-2020 USC Lancaster Bulletin

Carolina Core - Foundational Courses


Foundational Courses (by Component)

The Carolina Core curriculum has 10 Core components, each with learning outcome and credit hour requirements.  Honors students have access to additional honors courses that may satisfy Carolina Core requirements.

Foundational Courses (Including Overlays)

Effective, Engaged, and Persuasive Communication: Written - CMW
Analytical Reasoning and Problem Solving - ARP
Scientific Literacy - SCI
Global Citizenship and Multicultural Understanding: Foreign Language - GFL
Global Citizenship and Multicultural Understanding: Historical Thinking - GHS
Global Citizenship and Multicultural Understanding: Social Sciences - GSS
  • AFAM 201 - Introduction to African American Studies: Social and Historical Foundations  
  • AFAM 355 - Race and Ethnic Relations  
  • ANTH 101 - Primates, People, and Prehistory  
  • ANTH 102 - Understanding Other Cultures  
  • ANTH 204 - Plagues Past and Present  
  • ANTH 210 - The Human Life Cycle in Different Cultures  
  • ANTH 211 - Learning Across Cultures  
  • ANTH 212 - Food and Culture  
  • ANTH 213 - Ethnobotany: Plants and Peoples  
  • COLA 298 - Interdisciplinary Special Topics in the Liberal Arts: Social Sciences  
  • CRJU 101 - The American Criminal Justice System  
  • EDEX 205 - Understanding the Foundations of Disability  
  • EDUC 360 - Global and Multicultural Perspectives on Education in International Settings  
  • GEOG 103 - Introduction to Geography  
  • GEOG 121 - Globalization and World Regions  
  • GEOG 210 - Peoples, Places, and Environments  
  • GEOG 221 - Geography of South Carolina  
  • GEOG 223 - Geography of Latin America  
  • GEOG 224 - Geography of North America  
  • GEOG 225 - Geography of Europe  
  • GEOG 226 - Geography of the Middle East  
  • GEOG 228 - Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa  
  • HRTM 280 - Foundations of Tourism  
  • LASP 331 - Geography of Latin America  
  • LING 101 - Linguistics 1: Introduction to Language  
  • MUSC 210 - Understanding the Psychology of Music  
  • POLI 101 - Introduction to Global Politics  
  • POLI 201 - American National Government  
  • PSYC 101 - Introduction to Psychology  
  • RELG 101 - Exploring Religions  
  • RELG 338 - Sociology of Religion  
  • SOCY 101 - Introductory Sociology  
  • SOCY 301 - Sex and Gender  
  • SOCY 307 - Sociology of Religion  
  • SOCY 309 - An Introduction to Social Inequality  
  • SOCY 310 - Social Demography  
  • SOCY 340 - Introduction to Social Problems  
  • SOCY 355 - Race and Ethnic Relations  
  • SOWK 222 - Social Welfare Institutions, Policies, and Programs  
  • WGST 112 - Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies  
  • WGST 113 - Women’s Health  
  • WGST 210 - Human Life Cycles in Different Cultures  
  • WGST 300 - Sex and Gender  
Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding -  AIU
Effective, Engaged, and Persuasive Communication: Spoken Component - CMS
  • PHIL 213 - Communicating Moral Issues  
  • PHIL 325 - Engineering Ethics  
  • SAEL 200 - Social Advocacy and Ethical Life  
  • SPCH 140 - Public Communication  
  • SPCH 145 - Online Public Communication  
  • SPCH 213 - Communicating Moral Issues  
  • SPCH 230 - Business and Professional Speaking  
  • SPCH 260 - Argumentation and Debate  
Information Literacy -  INF
Values, Ethics, and Social Responsibility - VSR
  • ANTH 212 - Food and Culture  
  • ANTH 216 - Violence and Peace: Anthropological Perspectives  
  • BIOL 208 - Our Hungry World from Malthus to McDonalds  
  • CPLT 150 - Values and Ethics in Literature  
  • CSCE 390 - Professional Issues in Computer Science and Engineering  
  • ENGL 200 - Creative Writing, Voice, and Community  
  • ENVR 322 - Environmental Ethics  
  • HIST 108 - Science and Technology in World History  
  • LING 240 - Language Conflict and Language Rights  
  • PHIL 103 - Special Topics in Ethics and Values  
  • PHIL 211 - Contemporary Moral Issues  
  • PHIL 213 - Communicating Moral Issues  
  • PHIL 320 - Ethics  
  • PHIL 321 - Medical Ethics  
  • PHIL 322 - Environmental Ethics  
  • PHIL 324 - Business Ethics  
  • PHIL 325 - Engineering Ethics  
  • POLI 201 - American National Government  
  • POLI 240 - Language Conflict and Language Rights  
  • POLI 302 - Classical and Medieval Political Theory  
  • POLI 303 - Modern Political Theory  
  • POLI 304 - Contemporary Political Theory  
  • RELG 205 - Morality, Ethics, and Religion  
  • SAEL 200 - Social Advocacy and Ethical Life  
  • SPCH 213 - Communicating Moral Issues  
  • WGST 112 - Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies