Academic Rules & Regulations

Academic Rules & Regulations

Academic Rules & Regulations


GENERAL EDUCATION COURSE ARTICULATION MATRIX (2018)

University of Guam Guam Community College (GCC)
Competency / Breadth of Knowledge UOG Course UOG Course Title GCC Course GCC Course Title Courses listed here may fulfill area requirement, but are not direct course equivalents

Tier I: Core Foundation (15 credits)

Written

Communication

EN110 Freshman Composition (3cr) EN110 Freshman Composition (3cr)  

Oral Communication

CO210 Fundamentals of
Communication
(3cr)
EN125 Introduction to
Human
Communication
and Speech (3cr)
 

Quantatative
Reasoning

MA110 Finite Mathematics
(or higher MA*)
(3cr)
MA110
A
Finite Mathematics
(3cr)
MA161A
College
Algebra &
Trigonometry
I (4credits);
MA161B
College
Algebra &
Trigonometry
II (4 credits)

Information Literacy

EN111 Writing for
Research (3cr)
EN111 Writing for
Research (3cr)
 

Critical Thinking

CT101 Critical Thinking      

Tier II: Breadth through Diversity & Direction (16 Credits)

 

DIVERSITY
FOUNDATION:


SCIENCE
TECHNOLOGY
ENGINEERING AND
MATH (STEM) 1

 

Theme 1: Science &
Math (Take 3 to 4
Credits)

AL101/L
(formerly
AG101/L
)
Introduction to
Agriculture and
Lab (4cr)
     
AL102/L
(formerly
AG102/L
Introduction to
Plant Science and
Lab (4cr)
SI110 &
SI110L
Environmental
Biology & Lab
(3+1cr)
 
AL109/L
(formerly
AG109/L)
Insect World (4cr) SI103 &
SI103L
Introduction to
Marine Biology &
Lab (3+1cr)
 
AL136/L
(formerly
AG136/L
)
Science of
Aquaculture (4cr)
     
BI100/L Environmental
Biology (4cr)
     
BI103/L Marine Biology
(4cr)
     
BI201 Natural History of
Guam (3cr)
     
CH100/L Introduction to
Inorganic
Chemistry (4cr)
     
CH102/L General Chemistry
(4cr)
    SI102 General
Chemistry
with Lab
CH103/L General Chemistry
(4cr)
     
CS200 Computer
Applications and
Lab
    CS151
Windows
Applications;
CS104 Visual
Basic
Programming
GE203/L Principles of
Physical
Geography (4cr)
    SI105+SI105L
Introduction
to Physical
Geology and
Lab

DIVERSITY
FOUNDATION:


SCIENCE
TECHNOLOGY
ENGINEERING MATH
(STEM) 2

 

Theme 2: Human
Science (Take 3 to 4
credits)

MA115 Introduction to
College Algebra
(3cr)
     MA161A
College
Algebra &
Trigonometry
MA151 Introductory
Statistics (3cr)
     
AL101/L
(formerly
AG101/L
)
Introduction to
Agriculture and
Lab (4cr)
     
AL102/L
(formerly
AG102/L
)
Introduction to
Plant Science and
Lab (4cr)
SI110 &
SI110L
Environmental
Biology & Lab
(3+1cr)
 
AL109/L
(formerly
AG109/L
)
Insect World (4cr) SI103 &
SI103L
Introduction to
Marine Biology &
Lab (3+1cr)
 
AL136/L
(formerly
AG136/L
)
Science of
Aquaculture (4cr)
     
BI110/L Human Biology
(4cr)
     
AL185
(formerly
CF230
Nutrition
and
Health
Human Nutrition
(3cr)
HL202 Nutrition (3cr)  
GE101 Introduction to
Geography
     
HS200 Health & Wellness
(3cr)
     
PI210 Introduction to
Logic (3cr)
     
PS215 International
Relations (3cr)
     
PY101 General
Psychology
PY120 General
Psychology (3cr)
 
SO101 Introduction to
Sociology (3cr)
SO130 Introduction to
Sociology (3cr)
 
SO221 Sociology of Health and Medicine      

 

DIVERSITY
FOUNDATION:

 

HUMANITIES 1

 

Theme 3: Creative
and Expressive Arts
(Take 3 credits)

AR101 Introduction to Art
(3cr)
     
AR102 Studio for Non-
Majors (3cr)
     
EN210 Introduction to
Literature (3cr)
EN210 Introduction to
Literature (3cr)
 
EN213 Literature, Myth,
and Culture (3cr)
     
MU101 Music
Fundamentals
     
MU102 World Music (3cr)      
MU106 Introduction to
Music (3cr)
     
MU110 Class Voice (1cr)      
MU121 Beginning Class
Piano (2cr)
     
TH101 Introduction to
Theater (3cr)
TH101
TH101 Introduction to
Theater (3cr)
 
TH102 Acting I (3cr)      

DIVERSITY
FOUNDATION:


HUMANITIES 2

 

Theme 4: Human
Systems and
Organizations (Take
3 credits)

CO106 Introduction to
Mass
     
GE201 World Regional
Geography (3cr)
     
HI121 World History I
(3cr)
HI121 History of World
Civilization I (3cr)
 
HI122 World History II
(3cr)
HI122 History of World
Civilization II (3cr)
 
LN101 Introduction to
Language (3cr)
     
PI101 Introduction to
Philosophy
PI101 Introduction to
Philosophy (3cr)
 
PI102 Comtemporary
Ethical Problems
(3cr)
     
PS101 Introduction to
Government &
Politics (3cr)
     
SO 202 Comtemporary
Social Problems
(3cr)
     
SW110 Introduction to
Community
Services on Guam
(3cr)
HM110
(Former
ly 110)
Introduction to
Community
Services (3cr)
 
WG101 Introduction to
Women & Gender
Studies (3cr)
     

DIVERSITY

FOUNDATION:


HUMANITIES 3

Theme 5: Cultural
Perspective (Take 3
credits)

AN101 Introduction to
Anthropology
(3cr)
     
ED265 Culture &
Education on
Guam (3cr)
     
HI211 History of Guam
(3cr)
     HU120 Pacific
Cultures;
HI176 Guam
History 
HI243 History of
Micronesia (3cr)
     
PI103 PI103 Introduction
to Asian
Philosophy (3cr)
     
PS202 Government in the
United States (3cr)
     
SW201 Social Welfare &
Development:
Global Challenges
(3cr)
HM201
(Former
ly
FA201)
Social Welfare and
Development (3cr)
 

UNIQUELY UOG
COMPONENT:

 

 

Language (take 4
credits)

CM101 Elementary
CHamoru (4cr)
CH110 Chamoru I (4cr)  
CI101 Elementary
Chinese (Mandarin
I) (4cr)
     
FR101 Elementary French
I (4cr)
     
GN101 Elementary
German I (4cr)
     
JA101 Elementary
Japanese I (4cr)
     
PN101 Conversational
Pohnpeian (4cr)
     
SN101 Elementary
Spanish I (4cr)
     
TA101 Conversational
Tagaloog (4cr)
     

UNIQUELY UOG
COMPONENT:

 

 

Regional (Take 3
credits)

BI110/L Environmental
Biology (4cr)
SI110 &
SI110L
Environmental
Biology & Lab
(3+1cr)
 
BI103/L Marine Biology
(4cr)
SI103 &
SI103L
Introduction to
Marine Biology &
Lab (3+1cr)
 
BI120I Natural History of
Guam (3cr)
     
ED265 Culture & Education in Guam      
EN213 Literature, Myth, &
Culture (3cr)
     
EN333 Literature of
Guam, Micronesia,
& the Pacific (3cr)
     
HI211 History of Guam
(3cr)
    HU120 Pacific
Cultures;
HI176 Guam
History
HI243 History of
Micronesia (3cr)
     
JA215 Japanese for
Tourism (4cr)
     
PS225 State & Territorial
Government (3cr)
     
PY100 Personal
Adjustment (3cr)
PY101 Personal
Adjustment (3cr)
 

 

DIRECTION
BUILDING
COMPONENT
(Take 9 to 11 credits)

Take three (3) courses, each from a different Diversity Foundation theme. One of the three courses must have a Core Foundation, Diversity Foundation, or Uniquely UOG course as a prerequisite. However, students who have declared

their major prior to completing this component may take two of the three courses within their major program.

 

Tier III: Capstone Experience (0 credits)
Program Major
Capstone Course
(Zero GenEd credits)
Tier III of the General Education framework is embedded wholly within UOG major program requirements.

University of Guam College of the Marshall Islands (CMI)
Competency / Breadth of Knowledge UOG Course UOG Course Title CMI
Course
CMI Course Title Courses listed here may fulfill area requirement, but are not direct course equivalents

Tier I: Core Foundation (15 credits)

Written

Communication

EN110 Freshman Composition (3cr) ENG112
(formerly
EN102)
English
Composition II
(3cr)
 

Oral Communication

CO210 Fundamentals of
Communication
(3cr)
     

Quantatative
Reasoning

MA110 Finite Mathematics
(or higher MA*)
(3cr)
     

Information Literacy

EN111 Writing for
Research (3cr)
ENG220
(formerly
ENG121)
Writing Research
Papers (3cr)
 

Critical Thinking

CT101 Critical Thinking      

Tier II: Breadth through Diversity & Direction (16 Credits)

 

DIVERSITY
FOUNDATION:


SCIENCE
TECHNOLOGY
ENGINEERING AND
MATH (STEM) 1

 

Theme 1: Science &
Math (Take 3 to 4
Credits)

AL101/L
(formerly
AG101/L
)
Introduction to
Agriculture and
Lab (4cr)
     SCI101
Introduction to
Agriculture
AL102/L
(formerly
AG102/L
Introduction to
Plant Science and
Lab (4cr)
     
AL109/L
(formerly
AG109/L)
Insect World (4cr)      
AL136/L
(formerly
AG136/L
)
Science of
Aquaculture (4cr)
     SCI225
Principles of
Aquaculture
BI100/L Environmental
Biology (4cr)
     SCI120
Introduction to
Biology
BI103/L Marine Biology
(4cr)
     SCI135
Introduction to
Marine
BI201 Natural History of
Guam (3cr)
     
CH100/L Introduction to
Inorganic
Chemistry (4cr)
     
CH102/L General Chemistry
(4cr)
    SCI230
Introduction to
Chemistry
CH103/L General Chemistry
(4cr)
     
CS200 Computer
Applications and
Lab
     
GE203/L Principles of
Physical
Geography (4cr)
     

DIVERSITY
FOUNDATION:


SCIENCE
TECHNOLOGY
ENGINEERING MATH
(STEM) 2

 

Theme 2: Human
Science (Take 3 to 4
credits)

MA115 Introduction to
College Algebra
(3cr)
     
MA151 Introductory
Statistics (3cr)
     
AL101/L
(formerly
AG101/L
)
Introduction to
Agriculture and
Lab (4cr)
     SCI101
Introduction to
Agriculture
AL102/L
(formerly
AG102/L
)
Introduction to
Plant Science and
Lab (4cr)
     
AL109/L
(formerly
AG109/L
)
Insect World (4cr)      
AL136/L
(formerly
AG136/L
)
Science of
Aquaculture (4cr)
     SCI225
Principles of
Aquaculture
BI110/L Human Biology
(4cr)
     SCI110
Anatomy and
Physiology I;
SCI210
Anatomy and
Physiology II
AL185
(formerly
CF230
Nutrition
and
Health
Human Nutrition
(3cr)
     
GE101 Introduction to
Geography
     
HS200 Health & Wellness
(3cr)
     
PI210 Introduction to
Logic (3cr)
     
PS215 International
Relations (3cr)
     
PY101 General
Psychology
     
SO101 Introduction to
Sociology (3cr)
     
SO221 Sociology of Health and Medicine      

 

DIVERSITY
FOUNDATION:

 

HUMANITIES 1

 

Theme 3: Creative
and Expressive Arts
(Take 3 credits)

AR101 Introduction to Art
(3cr)
     
AR102 Studio for Non-
Majors (3cr)
     
EN210 Introduction to
Literature (3cr)
     
EN213 Literature, Myth,
and Culture (3cr)
     
MU101 Music
Fundamentals
     
MU102 World Music (3cr)      
MU106 Introduction to
Music (3cr)
     
MU110 Class Voice (1cr)      
MU121 Beginning Class
Piano (2cr)
     
TH101 Introduction to
Theater (3cr)
TH101
     
TH102 Acting I (3cr)      

DIVERSITY
FOUNDATION:


HUMANITIES 2

 

Theme 4: Human
Systems and
Organizations (Take
3 credits)

CO106 Introduction to
Mass
     
GE201 World Regional
Geography (3cr)
     
HI121 World History I
(3cr)
     
HI122 World History II
(3cr)
     
LN101 Introduction to
Language (3cr)
     
PI101 Introduction to
Philosophy
     
PI102 Comtemporary
Ethical Problems
(3cr)
     
PS101 Introduction to
Government &
Politics (3cr)
 POL101 Introduction to
Political Science
(3cr) 
 
SO 202 Comtemporary
Social Problems
(3cr)
     
SW110 Introduction to
Community
Services on Guam
(3cr)
     
WG101 Introduction to
Women & Gender
Studies (3cr)
     

DIVERSITY

FOUNDATION:


HUMANITIES 3

Theme 5: Cultural
Perspective (Take 3
credits)

AN101 Introduction to
Anthropology
(3cr)
     
ED265 Culture &
Education on
Guam (3cr)
     
HI211 History of Guam
(3cr)
     
HI243 History of
Micronesia (3cr)
     
PI103 PI103 Introduction
to Asian
Philosophy (3cr)
     
PS202 Government in the
United States (3cr)
     
SW201 Social Welfare &
Development:
Global Challenges
(3cr)
HM201
(Former
ly
FA201)
Social Welfare and
Development (3cr)
 

UNIQUELY UOG
COMPONENT:

 

 

Language (take 4
credits)

CM101 Elementary
CHamoru (4cr)
CH110 Chamoru I (4cr)

 

HU120 Pacific
Cultures
(3 credits)
JA110 Begin.
Japanese I (4
credits)
JA111 Begin.
Japanese II (4
credits)
ASL100 - ASL
130
American Sign
Language I -
IV (4 credits)
CH111
CHamoru II (4
credits)

CI101 Elementary
Chinese (Mandarin
I) (4cr)
   
FR101 Elementary French
I (4cr)
   
GN101 Elementary
German I (4cr)
   
JA101 Elementary
Japanese I (4cr)
   
PN101 Conversational
Pohnpeian (4cr)
   
SN101 Elementary
Spanish I (4cr)
   
TA101 Conversational
Tagaloog (4cr)
   

UNIQUELY UOG
COMPONENT:

 

 

Regional (Take 3
credits)

BI110/L Environmental
Biology (4cr)
SI110 &
SI110L
Environmental
Biology & Lab
(3+1cr)
 
BI103/L Marine Biology
(4cr)
SI103 &
SI103L
Introduction to
Marine Biology &
Lab (3+1cr)
 
BI120I Natural History of
Guam (3cr)
     
ED265 Culture & Education in Guam      
EN213 Literature, Myth, &
Culture (3cr)
     
EN333 Literature of
Guam, Micronesia,
& the Pacific (3cr)
     
HI211 History of Guam
(3cr)
    HU120 Pacific
Cultures;
HI176 Guam
History
HI243 History of
Micronesia (3cr)
     
JA215 Japanese for
Tourism (4cr)
     
PS225 State & Territorial
Government (3cr)
     
PY100 Personal
Adjustment (3cr)
PY101 Personal
Adjustment (3cr)
 

 

DIRECTION
BUILDING
COMPONENT
(Take 9 to 11 credits)

Take three (3) courses, each from a different Diversity Foundation theme. One of the three courses must have a Core Foundation, Diversity Foundation, or Uniquely UOG course as a prerequisite. However, students who have declared

their major prior to completing this component may take two of the three courses within their major program.

 

Tier III: Capstone Experience (0 credits)
Program Major
Capstone Course
(Zero GenEd credits)
Tier III of the General Education framework is embedded wholly within UOG major program requirements.
University of Guam College of Micronesia - Federated State of Micronesia (COM-FSM)
Competency / Breadth of Knowledge UOG Course UOG Course Title COM-FSM Course COM-FSM Course Title Courses listed here may fulfill area requirement, but are not direct course equivalents

Tier I: Core Foundation (15 credits)

Written

Communication

EN110 Freshman Composition (3cr) EN120a Expository Writing
I (3cr)
 

Oral Communication

CO210 Fundamentals of
Communication
(3cr)
EN/CO20
5
Speech
Communication
(3cr)
 

Quantatative
Reasoning

MA110 Finite Mathematics
(or higher MA*)
(3cr)
MS101 College Algebra
and Trigonometry
(3cr)
 

Information Literacy

EN111 Writing for
Research (3cr)
EN120b Expository Writing
(3cr)
 

Critical Thinking

CT101 Critical Thinking      

Tier II: Breadth through Diversity & Direction (16 Credits)

 

DIVERSITY
FOUNDATION:


SCIENCE
TECHNOLOGY
ENGINEERING AND
MATH (STEM) 1

 

Theme 1: Science &
Math (Take 3 to 4
Credits)

AL101/L
(formerly
AG101/L
)
Introduction to
Agriculture and
Lab (4cr)
   

AG101
Introduction
to Agriculture
(1995); or
SC230
Introduction
to Chemistry
with Lab
(1995); or
SC240
Introduction
to Physics
with Lab
(1995)

AL102/L
(formerly
AG102/L
Introduction to
Plant Science and
Lab (4cr)
   
AL109/L
(formerly
AG109/L)
Insect World (4cr)    
AL136/L
(formerly
AG136/L
)
Science of
Aquaculture (4cr)
 MR120 Marine Biology
with Lab (4cr)
BI100/L Environmental
Biology (4cr)
   
BI103/L Marine Biology
(4cr)
 MR120 Marine Biology
with Lab (4cr)
BI201 Natural History of
Guam (3cr)
SC/SS115 Ethnobotany 
CH100/L Introduction to
Inorganic
Chemistry (4cr)
   
CH102/L General Chemistry
(4cr)
   
CH103/L General Chemistry
(4cr)
   
CS200 Computer
Applications and
Lab
IS201 Computer
Information
Systems (3cr)
GE203/L Principles of
Physical
Geography (4cr)
   

DIVERSITY
FOUNDATION:


SCIENCE
TECHNOLOGY
ENGINEERING MATH
(STEM) 2

 

Theme 2: Human
Science (Take 3 to 4
credits)

MA115 Introduction to
College Algebra
(3cr)
   
MA151 Introductory
Statistics (3cr)
 MS150 Introduction to
Statistics
AL101/L
(formerly
AG101/L
)
Introduction to
Agriculture and
Lab (4cr)
    AG101
Introduction
to Agriculture
(1995) or
SC101 Health
Science
AL102/L
(formerly
AG102/L
)
Introduction to
Plant Science and
Lab (4cr)
   
AL109/L
(formerly
AG109/L
)
Insect World (4cr)    
AL136/L
(formerly
AG136/L
)
Science of
Aquaculture (4cr)
MR120 Marine Biology
with Lab (4cr)
BI110/L Human Biology
(4cr)
   
AL185
(formerly
CF230
Nutrition
and
Health
Human Nutrition
(3cr)
CA112 Intro to Human
Nutriton (3cr)
GE101 Introduction to
Geography
 SS120 Intro to Geography
(3cr)
HS200 Health & Wellness
(3cr)
   
PI210 Introduction to
Logic (3cr)
   
PS215 International
Relations (3cr)
   
PY101 General
Psychology
SS/PY101 General
Psychology (3cr)
SO101 Introduction to
Sociology (3cr)
SS130 Intro to Sociology
SO221 Sociology of Health and Medicine    

 

DIVERSITY
FOUNDATION:

 

HUMANITIES 1

 

Theme 3: Creative
and Expressive Arts
(Take 3 credits)

AR101 Introduction to Art
(3cr)
     
AR102 Studio for Non-
Majors (3cr)
 AR101 Introduction to Art
(3cr)
EN205
Literature of
the Sea or
EN204 Poetry 
EN210 Introduction to
Literature (3cr)
EN201 Introduction to
Literature (3cr)
EN213 Literature, Myth,
and Culture (3cr)
   
MU101 Music
Fundamentals
   
MU102 World Music (3cr)    
MU106 Introduction to
Music (3cr)
 MU101 Introduction to
Music (3cr)
MU110 Class Voice (1cr)    
MU121 Beginning Class
Piano (2cr)
   
TH101 Introduction to
Theater (3cr)
TH101
EN203 Drama (3cr)
TH102 Acting I (3cr)    

DIVERSITY
FOUNDATION:


HUMANITIES 2

 

Theme 4: Human
Systems and
Organizations (Take
3 credits)

CO106 Introduction to
Mass
     
GE201 World Regional
Geography (3cr)
     
HI121 World History I
(3cr)
SS170 World History I
(3cr)
 
HI122 World History II
(3cr)
SS171 World History II
(3cr)
 
LN101 Introduction to
Language (3cr)
     
PI101 Introduction to
Philosophy
EN208 Intro to Philosophy
(3cr)
 
PI102 Comtemporary
Ethical Problems
(3cr)
     
PS101 Introduction to
Government &
Politics (3cr)
 SS101 Intro to Political
Science (3cr)
 
SO 202 Comtemporary
Social Problems
(3cr)
     
SW110 Introduction to
Community
Services on Guam
(3cr)
     
WG101 Introduction to
Women & Gender
Studies (3cr)
     

DIVERSITY

FOUNDATION:


HUMANITIES 3

Theme 5: Cultural
Perspective (Take 3
credits)

AN101 Introduction to
Anthropology
(3cr)
    SS220
Contemporary Issues in
Micronesia     
ED265 Culture &
Education on
Guam (3cr)
   
HI211 History of Guam
(3cr)
   
HI243 History of
Micronesia (3cr)
 SS150 History of
Micronesia (3cr)
PI103 PI103 Introduction
to Asian
Philosophy (3cr)
   
PS202 Government in the
United States (3cr)
   
SW201 Social Welfare &
Development:
Global Challenges
(3cr)
   

UNIQUELY UOG
COMPONENT:

 

 

Language (take 4
credits)

CM101 Elementary
CHamoru (4cr)
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Often fulfilled
by
demonstration
of proficiency

CI101 Elementary
Chinese (Mandarin
I) (4cr)
   
FR101 Elementary French
I (4cr)
   
GN101 Elementary
German I (4cr)
   
JA101 Elementary
Japanese I (4cr)
   
PN101 Conversational
Pohnpeian (4cr)
   
SN101 Elementary
Spanish I (4cr)
   
TA101 Conversational
Tagaloog (4cr)
   

UNIQUELY UOG
COMPONENT:

 

 

Regional (Take 3
credits)

BI110/L Environmental
Biology (4cr)
     
BI103/L Marine Biology
(4cr)
 MR120 Marine Biology
with Lab (4cr)
 
BI120I Natural History of
Guam (3cr)
 SC/SS115  Ethnobotany  
ED265 Culture & Education in Guam      
EN213 Literature, Myth, &
Culture (3cr)
     
EN333 Literature of
Guam, Micronesia,
& the Pacific (3cr)
     
HI211 History of Guam
(3cr)
     
HI243 History of
Micronesia (3cr)
 SS150 History of
Micronesia (3cr)
 
JA215 Japanese for
Tourism (4cr)
     
PS225 State & Territorial
Government (3cr)
     
PY100 Personal
Adjustment (3cr)
     

 

DIRECTION
BUILDING
COMPONENT
(Take 9 to 11 credits)

Take three (3) courses, each from a different Diversity Foundation theme. One of the three courses must have a Core Foundation, Diversity Foundation, or Uniquely UOG course as a prerequisite. However, students who have declared

their major prior to completing this component may take two of the three courses within their major program.

 

Tier III: Capstone Experience (0 credits)
Program Major
Capstone Course
(Zero GenEd credits)
Tier III of the General Education framework is embedded wholly within UOG major program requirements.

University of Guam Northern Marianas College (NMC)
Competency / Breadth of Knowledge UOG Course UOG Course Title NMC Course NMC Course Title Courses listed here may fulfill area requirement, but are not direct course equivalents

Tier I: Core Foundation (15 credits)

Written

Communication

EN110 Freshman Composition (3cr) EN101 English
Composition I (3cr)
 

Oral Communication

CO210 Fundamentals of
Communication
(3cr)
CO210 Fundamentals of
Communication
(3cr)
 

Quantatative
Reasoning

MA110 Finite Mathematics
(or higher MA*)
(3cr)
    MA161
College
Algebra;
MA162
College
Trigonometry

Information Literacy

EN111 Writing for
Research (3cr)
EN202 English
Composition II
(3cr)
 

Critical Thinking

CT101 Critical Thinking      

Tier II: Breadth through Diversity & Direction (16 Credits)

 

DIVERSITY
FOUNDATION:


SCIENCE
TECHNOLOGY
ENGINEERING AND
MATH (STEM) 1

 

Theme 1: Science &
Math (Take 3 to 4
Credits)

AL101/L
(formerly
AG101/L
)
Introduction to
Agriculture and
Lab (4cr)
   

 

 


BI101
Principles of
Biology; BI103
Marine
Biology; BI106
Agriculture
Science; BI141
Plant Science;
BI201 Natural
History of the
Mariana
Islands; BI251
Human
Anatomy and
Physiology I,
BI252 Human
Anatomy and
Physiology II;
CH141 Survey
of Organic and
Biochemistry;
NS101
Introduction to
Physical
Science

AL102/L
(formerly
AG102/L
Introduction to
Plant Science and
Lab (4cr)
   
AL109/L
(formerly
AG109/L)
Insect World (4cr)    
AL136/L
(formerly
AG136/L
)
Science of
Aquaculture (4cr)
   
BI100/L Environmental
Biology (4cr)
   
BI103/L Marine Biology
(4cr)
   
BI201 Natural History of
Guam (3cr)
   
CH100/L Introduction to
Inorganic
Chemistry (4cr)
CH124  General Chemistry
(4cr)
CH102/L General Chemistry
(4cr)
   
CH103/L General Chemistry
(4cr)
   
CS200 Computer
Applications and
Lab
 CS103 Introduction to
Computers (3cr)
GE203/L Principles of
Physical
Geography (4cr)
   

DIVERSITY
FOUNDATION:


SCIENCE
TECHNOLOGY
ENGINEERING MATH
(STEM) 2

 

Theme 2: Human
Science (Take 3 to 4
credits)

MA115 Introduction to
College Algebra
(3cr)
   
MA151 Introductory
Statistics (3cr)
   
AL101/L
(formerly
AG101/L
)
Introduction to
Agriculture and
Lab (4cr)
   
AL102/L
(formerly
AG102/L
)
Introduction to
Plant Science and
Lab (4cr)
   
AL109/L
(formerly
AG109/L
)
Insect World (4cr)    
AL136/L
(formerly
AG136/L
)
Science of
Aquaculture (4cr)
   
BI110/L Human Biology
(4cr)
   
AL185
(formerly
CF230
Nutrition
and
Health
Human Nutrition
(3cr)
   
GE101 Introduction to
Geography
     
HS200 Health & Wellness
(3cr)
 HE200  Health and
Wellness (3cr)
 
PI210 Introduction to
Logic (3cr)
     
PS215 International
Relations (3cr)
     
PY101 General
Psychology
PY101 General
Psychology (3cr)
 
SO101 Introduction to
Sociology (3cr)
SO101 Introduction to
Sociology (3cr)
 
SO221 Sociology of Health and Medicine      

 

DIVERSITY
FOUNDATION:

 

HUMANITIES 1

 

Theme 3: Creative
and Expressive Arts
(Take 3 credits)

AR101 Introduction to Art
(3cr)
 AR101 Introduction to Art
(3cr)
 
AR102 Studio for Non-
Majors (3cr)
 AR135 Studio for Non-
Majors (3cr)
 
EN210 Introduction to
Literature (3cr)
    LI150
Introduction to
Literature
EN213 Literature, Myth,
and Culture (3cr)
     
MU101 Music
Fundamentals
     
MU102 World Music (3cr)      
MU106 Introduction to
Music (3cr)
MU106  Introduction to
Music (3cr)
 
MU110 Class Voice (1cr)      
MU121 Beginning Class
Piano (2cr)
     
TH101 Introduction to
Theater (3cr)
TH101
DR101 Introduction to
Drama and Theater
(3cr)
 
TH102 Acting I (3cr)      

DIVERSITY
FOUNDATION:


HUMANITIES 2

 

Theme 4: Human
Systems and
Organizations (Take
3 credits)

CO106 Introduction to
Mass
     
GE201 World Regional
Geography (3cr)
 GE201  World Regional
Geography (3cr)
 
HI121 World History I
(3cr)
HI121 History of World
Civilization I (3cr)
 
HI122 World History II
(3cr)
HI122 History of World
Civilization II (3cr)
 
LN101 Introduction to
Language (3cr)
     
PI101 Introduction to
Philosophy
PI201 Introduction to
Philosophy (3cr)
 
PI102 Comtemporary
Ethical Problems
(3cr)
     
PS101 Introduction to
Government &
Politics (3cr)
     
SO 202 Comtemporary
Social Problems
(3cr)
     
SW110 Introduction to
Community
Services on Guam
(3cr)
     
WG101 Introduction to
Women & Gender
Studies (3cr)
     

DIVERSITY

FOUNDATION:


HUMANITIES 3

Theme 5: Cultural
Perspective (Take 3
credits)

AN101 Introduction to
Anthropology
(3cr)
     AN105
Cultural
Anthropology
ED265 Culture &
Education on
Guam (3cr)
    HI255 History
of the
Northern
Mariana
Islands
HI211 History of Guam
(3cr)
   
HI243 History of
Micronesia (3cr)
   
PI103 PI103 Introduction
to Asian
Philosophy (3cr)
     
PS202 Government in the
United States (3cr)
 PS110 Principles of
Democratic
Institutions (3cr)
 
SW201 Social Welfare &
Development:
Global Challenges
(3cr)
     

UNIQUELY UOG
COMPONENT:

 

 

Language (take 4
credits)

CM101 Elementary
CHamoru (4cr)
   

Often fulfilled
by
demonstration
of proficiency

 


CM101
Elementary
CHamoru I,
CM102
Elementary
CHamoru II,
JA101
Elementary
Japanese I,
JA102
Elementary
Japanese II,
JA201
Intermediate
Japanese

CI101 Elementary
Chinese (Mandarin
I) (4cr)
   
FR101 Elementary French
I (4cr)
   
GN101 Elementary
German I (4cr)
   
JA101 Elementary
Japanese I (4cr)
   
PN101 Conversational
Pohnpeian (4cr)
   
SN101 Elementary
Spanish I (4cr)
   
TA101 Conversational
Tagaloog (4cr)
   

UNIQUELY UOG
COMPONENT:

 

 

Regional (Take 3
credits)

BI110/L Environmental
Biology (4cr)
     
BI103/L Marine Biology
(4cr)
    BI103 Marine
Biology
BI120I Natural History of
Guam (3cr)
    LN150
Introduction to
Literature
ED265 Culture & Education in Guam      
EN213 Literature, Myth, &
Culture (3cr)
     
EN333 Literature of
Guam, Micronesia,
& the Pacific (3cr)
     
HI211 History of Guam
(3cr)
    HI255 History
of the
Northern
Mariana
Islands
HI243 History of
Micronesia (3cr)
   
JA215 Japanese for
Tourism (4cr)
     
PS225 State & Territorial
Government (3cr)
     
PY100 Personal
Adjustment (3cr)
     HE200 Health
and Wellness

 

DIRECTION
BUILDING
COMPONENT
(Take 9 to 11 credits)

Take three (3) courses, each from a different Diversity Foundation theme. One of the three courses must have a Core Foundation, Diversity Foundation, or Uniquely UOG course as a prerequisite. However, students who have declared

their major prior to completing this component may take two of the three courses within their major program.

 

Tier III: Capstone Experience (0 credits)
Program Major
Capstone Course
(Zero GenEd credits)
Tier III of the General Education framework is embedded wholly within UOG major program requirements.
Often fulfilled bydemonstrationof proficiencyJP109ConversationalJapanese I;JP119ConversationalJapanese II;JP209AdvancedJapanese I;JP219AdvancedJapanese II​
University of Guam Palau Community College (PCC)
Competency / Breadth of Knowledge UOG Course UOG Course Title PCC Course PCC Course Title Courses listed here may fulfill area requirement, but are not direct course equivalents

Tier I: Core Foundation (15 credits)

Written

Communication

EN110 Freshman Composition (3cr) EN112 Freshman Composition (3cr)  

Oral Communication

CO210 Fundamentals of
Communication
(3cr)
     CO110
Introduction to
Communication

Quantatative
Reasoning

MA110 Finite Mathematics
(or higher MA*)
(3cr)
MA111 College Algebra
(3cr)
 

Information Literacy

EN111 Writing for
Research (3cr)
     

Critical Thinking

CT101 Critical Thinking      

Tier II: Breadth through Diversity & Direction (16 Credits)

 

DIVERSITY
FOUNDATION:


SCIENCE
TECHNOLOGY
ENGINEERING AND
MATH (STEM) 1

 

Theme 1: Science &
Math (Take 3 to 4
Credits)

AL101/L
(formerly
AG101/L
)
Introduction to
Agriculture and
Lab (4cr)
    SC109
Principles of
Biology I; SC110
Principles of
Biology II;
SC119
Introduction to
Physical
Science; SC239
Natural History
of Palau; AG111
Introduction to
Tropical
Agriculture;
AG219 Crop
Protection
AL102/L
(formerly
AG102/L
Introduction to
Plant Science and
Lab (4cr)
   
AL109/L
(formerly
AG109/L)
Insect World (4cr)    
AL136/L
(formerly
AG136/L
)
Science of
Aquaculture (4cr)
   
BI100/L Environmental
Biology (4cr)
   
BI103/L Marine Biology
(4cr)
   
BI201 Natural History of
Guam (3cr)
   
CH100/L Introduction to
Inorganic
Chemistry (4cr)
   
CH102/L General Chemistry
(4cr)
   
CH103/L General Chemistry
(4cr)
   
CS200 Computer
Applications and
Lab
    CS100
Computer
Literacy; CS212
Microcomputer
Application
GE203/L Principles of
Physical
Geography (4cr)
     

DIVERSITY
FOUNDATION:


SCIENCE
TECHNOLOGY
ENGINEERING MATH
(STEM) 2

 

Theme 2: Human
Science (Take 3 to 4
credits)

MA115 Introduction to
College Algebra
(3cr)
     
MA151 Introductory
Statistics (3cr)
    MA121
Elementary
Statistics
AL101/L
(formerly
AG101/L
)
Introduction to
Agriculture and
Lab (4cr)
    SC109
Principles of
Biology I; SC110
Principles of
Biology II;
SC119
Introduction to
Physical
Science; SC239
Natural History
of Palau; AG111
Introduction to
Tropical
Agriculture;
AG219 Crop
Protection
AL102/L
(formerly
AG102/L
)
Introduction to
Plant Science and
Lab (4cr)
   
AL109/L
(formerly
AG109/L
)
Insect World (4cr)    
AL136/L
(formerly
AG136/L
)
Science of
Aquaculture (4cr)
   
BI110/L Human Biology
(4cr)
   
AL185
(formerly
CF230
Nutrition
and
Health
Human Nutrition
(3cr)
   
GE101 Introduction to
Geography
     
HS200 Health & Wellness
(3cr)
    HP180 Personal
& Social Health;
HP181 First
Aid/CPR
PI210 Introduction to
Logic (3cr)
     
PS215 International
Relations (3cr)
     
PY101 General
Psychology
SS119 Introduction to
Psychology (3cr)
 
SO101 Introduction to
Sociology (3cr)
     SS129
Introduction to
Sociology
SO221 Sociology of Health and Medicine      

 

DIVERSITY
FOUNDATION:

 

HUMANITIES 1

 

Theme 3: Creative
and Expressive Arts
(Take 3 credits)

AR101 Introduction to Art
(3cr)
    VA109 Intro to
Visual Arts
AR102 Studio for Non-
Majors (3cr)
     
EN210 Introduction to
Literature (3cr)
EN189 Elements of
Literature (3cr)
 
EN213 Literature, Myth,
and Culture (3cr)
     
MU101 Music
Fundamentals
MU102  Music
Fundamentals
 
MU102 World Music (3cr)      
MU106 Introduction to
Music (3cr)
     
MU110 Class Voice (1cr)      
MU121 Beginning Class
Piano (2cr)
     
TH101 Introduction to
Theater (3cr)
TH101
     
TH102 Acting I (3cr)      

DIVERSITY
FOUNDATION:


HUMANITIES 2

 

Theme 4: Human
Systems and
Organizations (Take
3 credits)

CO106 Introduction to
Mass
    CO201 Mass
Media and
GE201 World Regional
Geography (3cr)
     
HI121 World History I
(3cr)
    HI159 World
Civilization I
HI122 World History II
(3cr)
    HI169 World
Civilization II
LN101 Introduction to
Language (3cr)
     
PI101 Introduction to
Philosophy
PH169 Introduction to
Philosophy (3cr)
PH249 General
Logic
PI102 Comtemporary
Ethical Problems
(3cr)
     
PS101 Introduction to
Government &
Politics (3cr)
SS149 Introduction to
Political Science
(3cr)
 
SO 202 Comtemporary
Social Problems
(3cr)
     
SW110 Introduction to
Community
Services on Guam
(3cr)
     
WG101 Introduction to
Women & Gender
Studies (3cr)
     

DIVERSITY

FOUNDATION:


HUMANITIES 3

Theme 5: Cultural
Perspective (Take 3
credits)

AN101 Introduction to
Anthropology
(3cr)
SS189 Introducition to
Cultural
Anthropology
 
ED265 Culture &
Education on
Guam (3cr)
     
HI211 History of Guam
(3cr)
     
HI243 History of
Micronesia (3cr)
    SS2019
Changes in
Micronesia;
SS179
Introduction to
Social
PI103 PI103 Introduction
to Asian
Philosophy (3cr)
     
PS202 Government in the
United States (3cr)
     
SW201 Social Welfare &
Development:
Global Challenges
(3cr)
     

UNIQUELY UOG
COMPONENT:

 

 

Language (take 4
credits)

CM101 Elementary
CHamoru (4cr)
   

Often fulfilled by
demonstration
of proficiency


JP109
Conversational
Japanese I;
JP119
Conversational
Japanese II;
JP209
Advanced
Japanese I;
JP219
Advanced
Japanese II  

CI101 Elementary
Chinese (Mandarin
I) (4cr)
   
FR101 Elementary French
I (4cr)
   
GN101 Elementary
German I (4cr)
   
JA101 Elementary
Japanese I (4cr)
   
PN101 Conversational
Pohnpeian (4cr)
   
SN101 Elementary
Spanish I (4cr)
   
TA101 Conversational
Tagaloog (4cr)
   

UNIQUELY UOG
COMPONENT:

 

 

Regional (Take 3
credits)

BI110/L Environmental
Biology (4cr)
SI110 &
SI110L
Environmental
Biology & Lab
(3+1cr)
AG111
Introduction to
Tropical
Agriculture;
AG219 Crop
Protection
SC239 Natural
History of Palau;
SC249
BI103/L Marine Biology
(4cr)
SI103 &
SI103L
Introduction to
Marine Biology &
Lab (3+1cr)
BI120I Natural History of
Guam (3cr)
   
ED265 Culture & Education in Guam      
EN213 Literature, Myth, &
Culture (3cr)
     
EN333 Literature of
Guam, Micronesia,
& the Pacific (3cr)
     
HI211 History of Guam
(3cr)
     
HI243 History of
Micronesia (3cr)
    SS209 Changes
in Micronesia;
SS179
Introduction to
Social
Anthropology
JA215 Japanese for
Tourism (4cr)
     
PS225 State & Territorial
Government (3cr)
     
PY100 Personal
Adjustment (3cr)
PY101 Personal
Adjustment (3cr)
HP180 Personal
& Social Health;
HP181 First
Aid/CPR

 

DIRECTION
BUILDING
COMPONENT
(Take 9 to 11 credits)

Take three (3) courses, each from a different Diversity Foundation theme. One of the three courses must have a Core Foundation, Diversity Foundation, or Uniquely UOG course as a prerequisite. However, students who have declared

their major prior to completing this component may take two of the three courses within their major program.

 

Tier III: Capstone Experience (0 credits)
Program Major
Capstone Course
(Zero GenEd credits)
Tier III of the General Education framework is embedded wholly within UOG major program requirements.