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UCORE: University Common Requirements Division of Academic Engagement and Student Achievement

New Courses Approved Ahead of Fall 2022

With Spring 2022 semester soon drawing to a close, UCORE is excited to announce the onboarding of 12 new UCORE courses across 6 different UCORE designations. I want to genuinely thank the units and faculty that have proposed and will offer these courses as general education options beginning in Fall 2022. Students and advisors will find these in the WSU catalog shortly, if not already.

  • BIOLOGY 105 – General Biology Lab [BSCI] – Lisa Carloye and Michael Jorgenson, School of Biological Sciences
  • DTC 202 – Internet Revolutions [COMM] – Jacob Riddle, Digital Technology and Culture Program
  • ENGLISH 252 – Introduction to Creative Writing & Creative Writing Pedagogy [ARTS] – Jeff Jones, English
  • FS 202 – Science on your Plate Lab [BSCI], Minto Michael, Department of Food Science
  • HISTORY 350 – European Women’s History [HUM], Sue Peabody, Department of History
  • HUMANITIES 280 – Quests and Callings [ARTS], Leann Hunter, Department of English
  • MUS 267 – Black American Music: Root to Fruit [DIVR], Darryl Singleton, School of Music
  • MUS 361 – Music and Social Justice [HUM], Darryl Singleton, School of Music
  • MUS 366 – LGBTQ+ Perspectives in Music [DIVR], Chris Dickey, School of Music
  • PHARMEDS 315 – Biomedical Literature: Communicating Science [COMM], Kay Meier and Connie Remsberg, Pharmacy
  • SOE 480 – How to Build a Habitable Planet [CAPS], Jeff Vervoort, School of the Environment
  • SPANISH 452 – Seminar in Spanish Studies – Genres [CAPS], Vilma Navarro-Daniels, School of Languages, Cultures, and Race