General Education Courses The General Education Program is designed to give engineering students an opportunity to take a set of courses that complement their technical studies and satisfy their intellectual and/or career interests. All engineering majors must take thirty (30) credits. Nine (9) of the thirty credits are designated as follows and must be completed by all majors: ENGL 101 Composition and Rhetoric I: Inquiry and Exploratory Research 3.0 ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric II: The Craft of Persuasion 3.0 ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric III: Thematic Analysis Across Genres 3.0 General Education requirements for specific majors can be found in the University Catalog under degree requirements for each major. The remaining credits can be chosen from the disciplines listed below. Course Subjects This following list is a sampling of subject codes for courses that can be taken to fulfill General Education requirements; other courses may be accepted upon advisor approval. Accounting (ACCT), Africana Studies (AFAS), Anthropology (ANTH), Arabic (ARBC), Architecture (ARCH), Art History (ARTH), Business Law (BLAW), Chinese (CHIN), Communication (COM), Criminology & Justice Studies (CJS), Culinary Arts (CULA), Customer Operations (CUST), Dance (DANC), Economics (ECON), Education (EDUC), English (ENGL, except 101, 102, 103 & 105), Entertainment & Arts Management (EAM), Entrepreneurship (ENTP), Film Studies (FMST), Finance (FIN), French (FREN), General Business (BUSN), German (GER), Greek, (GREC), History (HIST), Hotel & Restaurant Management (HRM), Humanities (HUM, except 106, 107, & 108), Interior Design (INTR) International Area Studies (IAS), International Business (INTB), Italian (ITAL), Japanese (JAPN), Judaic Studies (JUDA), Korean (KOR), Language (LANG), Leadership (LEAD), Management ( MGMT), Marketing (MKTG), Military Science (MLSC), Music (MUSC), Music Industry Program (MIP), Operations Management (OPM), Operations Research (OPR), Organizational Behavior (ORGB), Philosophy (PHIL), Photography (PHTO), Production Operations Management (POM), Portuguese (PORT), Product Design (PROD) Project Management (PROJ), Political Science (PSCI), Psychology (PSY, except 330 & 337), Real Estate (REAL), Russian (RUSS), Screenwriting & Playwriting (SCRP), Sociology (SOC, except 364 & 365), Spanish (SPAN), Sports Management (SMT), Taxation (TAX), Theatre (THTR), WEST Studies (WEST), Women's Studies (WMST), and Writing (WRIT). General Education electives must be non-technical. All Computer, Math, Engineering & Science related courses will NOT count as General Education electives.