Get More from the Core

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The college is offering a wide variety of core curriculum courses on campus this summer. Get a head start on or finish up your core and graduate on time, maybe early! You can also complete these courses in a shorter period of time. Many of the core courses are offered online as well if you are away for the summer.

If you are not a current Georgia State student, consider spending summer 2017 downtown and get a head start on your general education core requirements. Did you know that courses in the University System of Georgia Core Curriculum automatically transfer to any institution in the system? Many of these offerings transfer to universities out of state too. Wherever you’re headed this fall, take some extra credits with you and start with a boost to your core curriculum.

Current Core Curriculum Summer Courses Offered

Expand the boxes below to see current core offerings. Check the schedule of classes for specific courses times and locations. University academic advisors are available to help you pick the right courses for your major as well.

Core courses with online sections are indicated with an asterisk (*).

ENGL 1101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I
ENGL 1102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II
MATH 1101 INTRO TO MATHEMATICAL MODELING*
MATH 1111 COLLEGE ALGEBRA*
MATH 1112 COLLEGE TRIGONOMETRY
MATH 1113 PRECALCULUS*
PERS 2001 PERSPECTIV:COMPARATIVE CULTURE
PERS 2002 SCIEN PERSP ON GLOBAL PROBLEMS
PHIL 1010 CRITICAL THINKING*
SCOM 1000 HUMAN COMMUNICATION*
AH 1750 SURVEY OF ART II
ARBC 1002 ELEMENTARY ARABIC II
ARBC 2001 INTERMEDIATE ARABIC I
ARBC 2002 INTERMEDIATE ARABIC II
ENGL 2130 AMERICAN LITERATURE
FREN 1002 ELEMENTARY FRENCH II
FREN 2001 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I
FREN 2002 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH II
MUA 1500 JAZZ:ORIGINS,STYLES,INFLU
MUA 1930 MUSIC, SOCIETY, AND CULTURE
PHIL 2010 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
RELS 2001 INTRO TO WORLD RELIGIONS*
SCOM 2050 MEDIA, CULTURE, AND SOCIETY*
SPAN 1002 ELEMENTARY SPANISH II
SPAN 2001 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I
SPAN 2002 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II
THEA_2040 INTRO TO THE THEATRE
ASTR 1000 INTRODUCTION TO THE UNIVERSE
ASTR 1010K ASTRONOMY OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM
ASTR 1020K STELLAR AND GALACTIC ASTRONOMY
BIOL 1103K INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY I
BIOL 1104K INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY II
BIOL 2107K PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I
BIOL 2108K PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II
BIOL 2300 MICROBIOLOGY & PUBLIC HEALTH
CHEM 1050 CHEMISTRY FOR CITIZENS*
CHEM 1151K SURVEY OF CHEMISTRY I
CHEM 1152K SURVEY OF CHEMISTRY II
CHEM 1211K PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY I
CHEM 1212K PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY II
GEOG 1112K INTRO TO WEATHER AND CLIMATE
GEOG 1113K INTRODUCTION TO LANDFORMS
GEOL 1121K INTRODUCTORY GEOLOGY I
GEOL 1122K INTRODUCTORY GEOLOGY II
GEOL 2001 GEOLOGIC RESOURCES&ENVIRONMENT
MATH 1070 ELEMENTARY STATISTICS*
MATH 1112 COLLEGE TRIGONOMETRY
MATH 1113 PRECALCULUS*
MATH 2201 CALC FOR THE LIFE SCIENCES I
MATH 2211 CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE I
MATH 2212 CALCULUS OF ONE VARIABLE II
MATH 2215 MULTIVARIATE CALCULUS
MATH 2420 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
PHYS 1111K INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS I
PHYS 1112K INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS II
PHYS 2211K PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS I
PHYS 2212K PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS II
AAS 1140 INTRO TO AFR & AFR-AM HISTORY
AAS 2010 INTRO TO AFRICAN-AMER STUDIES
ANTH 1102 INTRO TO ANTHROPOLOGY
GEOG 1101 INTRO TO HUMAN GEOGRAPHY
HIST 1111 SURVEY OF WORLD HIST TO 1500*
HIST 1112 SUR OF WORLD HIST SINCE 1500*
HIST 1140 INTRO AFR & AFR-AMER HISTORY
HIST 2110 SURVEY OF U.S. HISTORY*
POLS 1101 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT*
POLS 2401 GLOBAL ISSUES*
SOCI 1101 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
SOCI 1160 INTRO TO SOCIAL PROBLEMS*
WGSS 2010 INTRO WOMEN'S/GENDER/SEXUALITY