Students should consult with their Advisors in selecting courses that will meet college requirements. With careful planning, students will be able to satisfy both the UT Core Curriculum and the College of Arts and Letters requirements by taking the minimum required hours. A student may take no more than two courses (or two courses and one lab for natural sciences) under each departmental code in satisfying the Core requirements.
|1. English Composition (University of Toledo Core Curriculum and College of Arts and Letters requirement) 1|
|Select one of the following tracks:|
|A. Native speakers track (for students for whom English is a first language)|
|College Composition I|
or ENGL 1010
|College Composition 1 Co-Requisite|
|College Composition II: Academic Disciplines And Discourse|
|B. Non-native speakers track (for students for whom English is a second language) 2|
|Writing And Grammar For Students Of English As A Second Language 2|
|College Composition I 3|
|College Composition II: Academic Disciplines And Discourse|
|2. Mathematics (UT Core Curriculum and College of Arts and Letters requirement) 4|
|Reasoning With Mathematics 5|
|3. Humanities and Fine Arts (University of Toledo Core Curriculum and College of Arts and Letters requirement)|
|UToledo Core requirement is two courses for six hours. To complete the Humanities and Fine Arts core, College of Arts and Letters students should select one history course and one literature course from the following:|
|A. English Literature|
|Writing About Literature (WAC)|
|Europe To 1600|
|Europe From 1600|
|World History To 1500|
|World History From 1500|
|The Contemporary World|
|East Asia To 1800|
|East Asia From 1800|
|Latin American Civilizations|
|Middle East Civilization|
|Introduction To Historical Thinking (WAC)|
|Main Themes In American History|
|Ancient Near East|
|C. Students may choose any other core Arts and Humanities courses to complete additional Core Curriculum requirements, including courses that fulfill a Multicultural requirement, with the following restrictions:|
1. Students majoring in the Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies will take two courses (6 hours) in the Arts and Humanities in addition to those taken to meet the English composition, literature and history requirements listed above.
|Arts and Humanities electives (for students majoring in Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies):|
Students may select courses from art, art history, communication, English, film, foreign languages, history, humanities, music, philosophy, religious studies and theatre. The complete list of Arts and Humanities core courses can be found in the General part of the undergraduate catalog, in the Core Curriculum section.
|2. Students majoring in the Humanities (rather than the Arts) are required to complete one Fine Arts course.|
|Fine Arts (for Humanities majors)|
Select 3 hours (course must be an appreciation or theory course, not a studio or skills course.)
|4. Natural Sciences (University of Toledo Core Curriculum and College of Arts and Letters requirement)|
|UToledo Core Curriculum requirement is two courses for a minimum of 6 hours and must include one laboratory course. Students must take two courses from two different departments. The complete list of Natural Science core courses can be found in the General part of the undergraduate catalog, in the Core Curriculum section.|
|5. Social Sciences (University of Toledo Core Curriculum and College of Arts and Letters requirement)|
|UToledo Core Curriculum requirement is two courses for six hours in two different disciplines; Students majoring in Arts and Humanities will take nine hours of courses in Social Sciences. Students may select Social Science courses that also will meet a multicultural requirement. Students may select courses from anthropology, economics, geography, political science, psychology, and sociology. The complete list of Social Science core courses can be found in the General part of the undergraduate catalog, in the Core Curriculum section|
|6. Foreign Language (College of Arts and Letters requirement)|
|Select one of the following options: 6|
|Option 1 - Demonstrate proficiency in a single foreign language through the intermediate level. 7,8|
|Intermediate Arabic II|
|Intermediate Chinese II|
|Intermediate French II|
|Intermediate German II|
|Intermediate Japanese II|
|Intermediate Spanish II|
|Option 2 - Complete study in a single language through 1120 or demonstrate competency to that level, AND complete either 6 additional hours of culture courses, or complete one semester in a study abroad program. Refer to the degree audit for a complete list of approved culture courses. 9|
Students must pass Composition I and Composition II with a grade of C or better.
Non-native speakers will take an English placement test to determine appropriate level.
Non-Native speakers of English should choose an ESL designated section of ENGL 1110.
Students are placed into mathematics courses by ACT scores or placement tests.
May replace with any mathematics course greater than MATH 1180. Some majors require different Math courses - check with your Advisor.
Students pursuing the BM in Music or the BFA in Studio Art are exempt from this requirement.
Students are placed into foreign language courses through placement testing (see footnote 10.) Every students is required to demonstrate proﬁciency in a single foreign language (Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin or Spanish) through the intermediate level (foreign language 2150) in option 1, or through the Elementary level (1120) in option 2, by successfully completing the foreign language course at this level, or by achieving an appropriate score on a proficiency/placement test administered by the Department of World Languages and Cultures that reflects the equivalent. Students may, alternatively, complete the sequence of SPED to fulﬁll this requirement.
Students beginning a foreign language should enroll in their chosen language at the elementary I level (1110) and take four semesters of foreign language if pursuing option 1, and two semesters if pursuing option 2. Those continuing a foreign language or attempting to demonstrate competency by examination should take a proficiency/ placement test. Students with two or more years of French, German or Spanish in high school who place below an intermediate course may enroll in an intensive review course (1500) that covers the material in the ﬁrst two semesters (1110 and 1120), and then complete the intermediate level courses (2140 and 2150.)
Culture courses selected to fulﬁll this requirement will not simultaneously satisfy core curriculum US Diversity or Non-US Diversity requirements.